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  • n. Plural form of Mysian.

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Examples

  • I know that the Mysians are a cause of trouble to you, and I flatter myself that with my present force I could render them humbly obedient to you.

    Anabasis

  • Polyphemus to found a glorious city at the mouth of Cius among the Mysians and to fill up the measure of his fate in the vast land of the Chalybes.

    The Argonautica

  • But that hero had founded a glorious city among the Mysians, and, yearning for his home-return, had passed far over the mainland in search of Argo; and in time he reached the land of the Chalybes, who dwell near the sea; there it was that his fete subdued him.

    The Argonautica

  • Arrival among the Mysians: rape of Hylas, which is announced to Heracles (1153 – 1260). —

    The Argonautica

  • And they would quickly have turned back to the land of the Mysians, forcing their way through the deep sea and the unceasing blasts of the wind, had not the two sons of Thracian Boreas held back the son of Aeacus with harsh words.

    The Argonautica

  • And here, when my brother Priolas was slain by the Mysians — my brother, whom ever since the people lament with most piteous dirges — he entered the lists with

    The Argonautica

  • Them as they came in friendliness, the Mysians, inhabitants of that land, hospitably welcomed, and gave them in their need provisions and sheep and abundant wine.

    The Argonautica

  • Arrival among the Mysians: rape of Hylas, which is announced to Heracles

    The Argonautica

  • Well, and have you ever heard tell of the Mysians and

    Memorabilia

  • Mysians, seeing their astonishment persuaded one of the Arcadians who had got a dancing girl to let him introduce her, which he did after dressing her up magnificently and giving her a light shield.

    Anabasis

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