This gentleman, whose name was Terence Sullivan, was a genuine Milesian.
At school the young Milesian had been distinguished in the exercise of vaulting.
Fired by her success, another Milesian girl, named Aspasia, established herself at Athens.
The robe of fine Milesian texture, was saffron-coloured, with a purple edge.
Such has ever been the case, from the days of the Milesian virgins to the modern associations for self-destruction.
You have heard, Menexenus, the oration of Aspasia the Milesian.
To Maelmura (d. 887) is attributed a poem on the Milesian migrations.
Alluding to the Milesian tales, some of the earliest romances.
Virgil represents the virgins of Cyrene spinning Milesian wool dyed of a deep sea-green.
The latter were appointed by the elders of the merchant-body in this Milesian colony.