Carian mercenaries at that time formed one of the most vigorous and best disciplined contingents in the armies of the period.
Now, Carian, break This wand against yon lyre on the pedestal.
The Carian No word return'd: both lovelorn, silent, wan,770 Into the vallies green together went.
Perchance 'twas some Ionian beauty or Carian girl who had smitten him suddenly.
Mithridates retired in silence, much vexed at this; but the unhappy Carian, as often happens, was ruined by his own folly.
Whatever else they may have been, they were partially Carian on one side, and partially Greek on the other.
A considerable number of short Carian inscriptions has been found, most of them in Egypt.
It is declared through Asia that you should take a Carian for your experiment.
It is not necessary of course to suppose that these places were still in Carian hands when the Catalogue was composed.
He obtains sole power through the assistance of Greek and Carian mercenaries, who are continued as a standing army in the country.