A variety of fine-grained marble from the island of Paros, probably so called because quarried by torchlight.
The one which he had specially in view, in the first instance, was Paros.
Archilochus of Paros created a new style, and presented in the iambic metre a new instrument to the poets of his race.
He soon determined to abandon the siege of Paros and return to Athens.
He sailed to the island of Paros, besieged the capital, and demanded a tribute of one hundred talents.
The people of Paros acquiesced in this decision, and Timo was set free.
Neoptolemus of Paros and the philosopher Euhemerus are also credited with similar antiquarian labors.
This morsel of Paros or Pentelic has to perform the office of a roller.
Scopas of Paros was one of the greatest sculptors of the later Attic school.
On the plain of Marathn, we will not think either of Paros or of Chersonsos.