an ancient district in SW Asia Minor.
But Agesilaus, instead of advancing upon Caria, turned right about and marched in the direction of Phrygia.
What could be clearer, therefore, than that he was about to make a dash at the satrap’s home in Caria?
Telmissus was a city of Caria, celebrated for the skill of its inhabitants in divination.
The Anabasis of Alexander Arrian of Nicomedia
I will tell you what the Satrap of Caria said to me about that when I supped with him.
The Miscellaneous Writings and Speeches of Lord Macaulay, Vol. 1 (of 4) Thomas Babington Macaulay
These ineffectual efforts induced the ephors to send a despatch bidding Thibron give up Larisa and march upon Caria.
The Caunians were aborigines of Caria, although they affected to come from Crete.
The Geography of Strabo, Volume III (of 3) Strabo
But, instead of marching straight into Caria, Agesilaus turned sharp off in the opposite direction towards Phrygia.
It comes from Caria, near Alabanda, and from Miletus in the same province.
De Re Metallica Georgius Agricola
And this is no great marvel; for even those who live in inland parts have such wells, as notably Aphrodisienses in Caria.
Seeing Europe with Famous Authors, Vol VIII Various
In Asia they occupied the coasts of Mysia and Caria; a strip of land which from thence derived the appellation of Æolis.
A Manual of Ancient History A. H. L. (Arnold Hermann Ludwig) Heeren
an ancient region of SW Asia Minor, on the Aegean Sea: chief cities were Halicarnassus and Cnidus: corresponds to the present-day Turkish districts of S Aydin and W Muğla
seriema. Historical Examples The largest birds are the ouira, a large eagle; the rhea, or American ostrich; and the cariama. Elsie’s Winter Trip Martha Finley cariama, kr-i-′ma, n. a South American bird of prey of large size. Chambers’s Twentieth Century Dictionary (part 1 of 4: A-D) Various
a native or inhabitant of Caria. the extinct language of Caria, not known to be related to any other language, written in a script derived from the Greek alphabet. of or relating to Caria. of or relating to the Carians or their language. Historical Examples Carian mercenaries at that time formed one of the most […]
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Tiburcio [tee-voor-syaw] /tiˈvur syɔ/ (Show IPA), 1876–1968, Honduran lawyer, soldier, and statesman: president 1933–49.
a member of a group of Indian peoples formerly dominant through the Lesser Antilles, now found in small numbers in a few areas of the West Indies and in parts of Central America and northeastern South America. the family of languages spoken by the Caribs. Historical Examples Carib grass on muck soils is, from limited […]