Already the Arcadian cavalry and the brave Etruscan together hold the appointed ground.
Meanwhile most of the Arcadian contingents were mustering at Asea.
But the Arcadian hours continued, and two more weeks passed slowly by.
Agias the Arcadian and Socrates the Achæan were also put to death.
Michael often looked back to that first term in the Lower Third as a period of Arcadian simplicity, a golden age.
In Eleusis he killed Cercyon, the Arcadian, in a wrestling match.
Thereupon he was introduced to a whole troop of Arcadian shepherds, who welcomed him most heartily.
This victory greatly enhanced the fame of the Arcadian general.
Or in the most Arcadian parts of the battle area he may come alone against some peculiar shock from which he never recovers.
Epona was a horse-goddess, and Callisto in an Arcadian myth was changed into a bear.
"ideally rustic or rural; an idealized rustic," 1580s, from Greek Arkadia, district in the Peloponnesus, taken by poets as an ideal region of rural felicity, traditionally from Arkas (genitive Arkadas), son of Zeus, name of the founder and first ruler of Arcadia.