Diomed was the Œtolian sun-god; Achilles was worshipped in Thessaly long before he became the hero of the tale of Troy.
But what will you do in Thessaly besides feasting, as if you had gone to Thessaly to a banquet?
The King of Thessaly stood away from the remaining guests, and leant with folded arms and pensive brow against a wreathed column.
See,' he went on, 'the majority and the most important of the states of Thessaly are my allies.
His native place, Tsangarada, is a village of eastern Thessaly, 292 far up among the slopes of the Pindus.
At the moment of his return to Thessaly he had reached the zenith of his greatness.
Thessaly will be joining us in the evening, too, and I am anxious for you to renew your acquaintance.
The Turks are offended at something he has done in Crete or Thessaly.
It leaves a narrow passage for those who are going from Thessaly to Locris.
There was also however a town of that name in the south of Thessaly: Thucyd.