The beautiful Cyrene threw at her listener a look full of the proud consciousness of her own dangerous charms.
“This do I already know, my son,” said Cyrene, and smiled upon Aristæus.
The fair Cyrene turned again toward the stage and joined in the applause.
Nevertheless, two tears were shining in the fair Cyrene's eyes.
The Greek towns lying west from Cyrene would naturally be called Libyan.
They had then a dispute with Cyrene, on account of their respective limits.
He is said to have carried away 100,000 captives, whom he settled in Alexandria and Cyrene.
The next incident is the impressing of Simon of Cyrene to bear His cross.
Andreias (Lucas), leader of the revolt against Trajan in Cyrene, 395.
These people they say extend as far as the regions above Cyrene.
ancient Greek colony in Libya; the name is of unknown origin. Cyrenaic referred to the philosophy ("practical hedonism") of Aristippus of Cyrene (c.435-c.356 B.C.E.).