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- an island in the Aegean Sea
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+ Parian , Parians
Praxiteles carved of Parian marble Danaē and the
& The Bacchante is of Parian marble, but the sculptor
relations of the king, made of Parian marble. And there
tomb a statue of Alcibiades in Parian marble. [35.] 
love with a statue of Parian marble that then was at
hough the monument be of Parian marble, and polished by
enhead or our parents or Paros, queen of the holy islands
and elsewhere - Thence . . . Paros , . . were wailing.
tes, senate, and people of the Parians, sendeth greeting.
caeus and Archilochus of Paros the god did not permit to
lady lying under the column of Parian marble ? " & B. "
ught a statue of Love in Parian marble, fashioning the son
22 Many of the Parians followed the Pythagorean philos
psacenians and the Parians, who had a dispute about the
of which the bust is of Parian marble and the other p
(282) ara, Themistonax of Paros, Nikostratos of Kassand
(c. 207/6) m the Parians. It was resolved
(194-166) dispatched from the Parians and from the Naxians,
(163-145) cribed on a slab of Parian marble and set up in the
(after 241) - perhaps by the island of Paros. In this decree,
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