He subsequently met Sophocles in his native island at the time of the Samian war.
They are powerless, and ye also have drunk the Samian wine.'
There was the symbol of his power itself, the splendid gold ring, carved by Theodorus, son of Telecles the Samian.
He is in matter what Pythagoras was in mind; and his transformations are scarcely less curious than those of the Samian sage.
The Samian ware has, like the legionary tiles, been found wherever the arms of Rome were carried.
He is said to have been originally a slave, and to have received his freedom from a Samian master, Iadmon.
Water to parched lips may be better than Samian wine, but do not let us therefore confuse the qualities of wine and water.
In vain—in vain: strike other chords;Fill high the cup with Samian wine!
The shape and ornament have plainly been suggested by specimens of Samian '37' bowls, probably of the second century.
The Samian left the guard-room and went back directly to the two friends, who were waiting impatiently for him.