And upon all the ships of Tharsis, and upon all that is fair to behold.
The district around Tharsis abounds in corn, wine, wood, and water.
Tharsis is but sixty miles from Curco, a castle built on the sea-shore, belonging to the king of Cyprus.
I found there, however, some provision; for my last four days' journey from Tharsis had afforded me nothing but water.
Whence come these European babblers of Tharsis—these nightingales of the market-place—these sugared confections of flowers?
With a vehement wind thou shalt break in pieces the ships of Tharsis.
Saba, and Dedan, and the merchants of Tharsis, and all the lions thereof shall say to thee: Art thou come to take spoils?
And he was partner with him in making ships, to go to Tharsis: and they made the ships in Asiongaber.