He notes that on Naxos sheep have very large gallbladders, but on Euboea they do not.
Theseus married his deliverer, but when he arrived at Naxos (Dia) forsook her, and she hung herself.
The reduction of Naxos was but the commencement of the victories of Cimon.
She was left—alone on Naxos now—while James went sharply to his papers.
Naxos, however, was short-lived compared with the other cities.
The best emery is brought from the Levant, chiefly from the Island of Naxos.
He is going back to Naxos, and then the husbands may sleep in peace.
The allusion is to the isle of Naxos, here used as a synonym for a state of hopeless despair.
For our present confederates, Naxos and Catana, are incapable of supplying us.
Joseph of Naxos wished to make it a manufacturing town to compete with Venice.