Five times, say the historians, had Sybaris been destroyed, and five times they built it up again.
A company has lately formed an establishment worthy of the town of Sybaris.
I wonder if the Vineland people know they caught that idea from Sybaris!
They built a city near the ancient Sybaris, and called it Thurium.
It is of the old Sybaris that the coppersmith and the rose-leaf stories are told; and it was the new Sybaris that made the laws.
It is said, that from the fountain Sybaris which is there, the river Sybaris in Italy had its name.
Every pulpit in Sybaris blazed with sermons on the text, 'Every man shall sit under his vine and under his fig-tree.'
She was lying on a couch as soft as the rose-beds of Sybaris.
Sybaris was a town of Lucania, situated on the banks of the Bay of Tarentum.
Cum is a rubbish heap, Sybaris and Croton have perished everlastingly.