thessalian Greece, from ta and Othrys in the south, to Olympus in the north: which furnishes nine contingents.
For the rest, his hospitality to foreigners and his magnificence were on a true thessalian scale.
They met the thessalian army, but were defeated and driven back.
Bucephalus was offered for sale to Philip by a thessalian horse-jockey.
The wife of Admetus, a thessalian king, who sacrificed her life in order to save that of her husband.
A thessalian, by name Hippolochus, had taught her the meaning of true love.
In vain she gives him a healing draught brewed with magic arts by a thessalian woman.
What witch, what magician, with his thessalian incantations, what deity can free you?
Pliny relates that the thessalian sorcerers destroyed whole harvests by speaking well of the crops.
On reaching the river Enipeus, he found his passage barred by a thessalian force, who seemed resolved to dispute his progress.