And it is grieving for one of its congregation: Larissa Atanázio, who was 14.
Larissa MacFarquhar has an excellent, zillion-word piece in the current New Yorker about Kennedy.
We set off in the evening, and reached Larissa, where we halted for the night.
In the neighborhood of Larissa the events of war were protracted and balanced.
Xenophon mentions an eclipse as having led to the capture by the Persians of the Median city Larissa.
The department of Larissa had in 1907 a population of 95,066.
He went himself to Scotussa, and ordered the Macedonian soldiers to be removed thither from Larissa.
Ambassadors were sent to Larissa, to the diet of the Thessalians.
One year he is making a raid into Macedonia and Thessaly and plundering Larissa.
We find him last in Larissa, where he died at the age of a hundred in 375 B.C.