Examples from the Web for sarmatia
Of those, a small segment, about 10 percent, were activists “ready to fight” for their New Russia or Sarmatia.
He held up a club, the weapon of choice of the Sarmatia activists.
What business had Sarmatia to be fighting for liberty with a fifteen-foot pole between her and the breasts of her enemies?The Autocrat of the Breakfast-Table|Oliver Wendell Holmes
These events took place in that part of Sarmatia which looks towards the second Pannonia.The Roman History of Ammianus Marcellinus|Ammianus Marcellinus
An implicit confidence in enemies like these was one of the amiable "crimes" for which "Sarmatia fell unwept."
The two Polonaises recapture the heroic and sorrowing spirit of Sarmatia.Franz Liszt|James Huneker
Marlowe has mistaken "Sarmata," a Sarmatian, for the country Sarmatia.The Works of Christopher Marlowe, Vol. 3 (of 3)|Christopher Marlowe
British Dictionary definitions for sarmatia
Word Origin and History for sarmatia
Latin Sarmatia, from Greek Sarmates, name of an ancient tribe which wandered the plains of eastern Europe west of the Volga; later poetically identified with Poland. Related: Sarmatian.