A bright red spot appeared on its smooth surface, like a ruby on Parian marble.
This was called the Parian, which is the Mexican word for market-place.
Their community lay between the Parian and the barrio of Laguio.
I saw at Mr. Chester's a head of Paris; an antique of Parian marble.
Her complexion was remarkably clear, and her high forehead looked as pure and spotless as Parian marble.
I loved the loveliness of thought, and treasured that more than Parian speech.
Also two unspeakable alabaster jugs, three feet high, and two Parian busts under glass cases.
Parian wreaths were very white because the marble of Paros was pure.
I am told there is one Evenus, a Parian, practising now, whose fee is five minas.
The Parian marble mentions a mission of Crœsus to Delphi in the year 556.