Only head and lyre remained intact, floating down the River Hebrus from Thrace to the sea.
The plain of Mardia in Thrace was the theatre of a second battle no less obstinate and bloody than the former.
Cimon, strengthened with the accession of the allies, went as general into Thrace.
This town was near the mouth of the Strymon, a river of Thrace, and out of the direct route to Lesbos.
He had not known before of the existence of any Argos in Thrace.
Lycurgus, of Thrace, went to the root of the matter by ordering the vines to be cut down.
These horses, however, about which you ask me, are freshly come from Thrace.
It is not credible, however, that even a native of Thrace should have termed March "winter."
“There are green fields in Thrace,” sighs the gladiator as he dies.
Rye has not been very long in cultivation, unless, perhaps, in Russia and Thrace.