David helped her into the saddle on tabari, and himself sprang onto the pad upon Glani's back.
Sir W. Muir is not justified in copying these stories from tabari.
He is said to have built many great fire-temples, with large gardens and villages (tabari).
According to tabari, he actually slew the Ephthalite monarch, ravaged his territory, and pillaged his treasures.
tabari followed at a pace which Ruth, expert horse-woman though she was, had never dreamed of.
None of your gray-blue stuff like the hoofs of tabari, say, but black as night and dense as rock.
In this legend, which has been partially preserved also in tabari, the great conquests of Shapur are transferred to Hormizd.
Many of them are of Moslem origin, and the great Arabian historian tabari has related some of them.
A soft whinny out of the darkness, and tabari galloped into the firelight, and stopped at the side of her master motionless.
He also quotes from the Chronicle of tabari a story of a princess who was made to bleed by a rose-leaf lying in her bed.