When in possession of a strong fleet Cambyses could use it against Samos.
They lie in wait in the narrow passage between Samos and Ithaca.
A strong fleet was sent across the Ægæan, and adequate measures were taken to defend Samos both by land and sea.
Twenty-four come from Samos, and twenty more from Zakynthos, and twelve from Ithaca.
Montcalm was therefore anxious for its fate when at break of day he heard firing from the French cannon at Samos, above Quebec.
Of this the first designer was Rhoicos the son of Philes, a native of Samos.
A detachment, sent swiftly, seized the battery at Samos that was firing upon the ships and boats.
Syloson rejected these, but asked the aid of Darius to make him king of Samos.
He was a native of Samos, an island in the gean sea, and flourished about five hundred years before the Christian era.
Examples of this development are offered by portals of Samos and Phigalia.
Greek island in the Aegean, from Old Greek samos "a height, dune, seaside hill." Many references to it are as the birthplace of Pythagoras. Related: Samian.
an island in the AEgean Sea, which Paul passed on his voyage from Assos to Miletus (Acts 20:15), on his third missionary journey. It is about 27 miles long and 20 broad, and lies about 42 miles south-west of Smyrna.