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Married in 1812 after the Sarmatian custom to her lover Renard, a French quartermaster, who was killed in 1813.Repertory Of The Comedie Humaine, Complete, A -- Z|Anatole Cerfberr and Jules Franois Christophe
Aragaris halted; Strombix sprang on the shoulders of the Sarmatian like a squirrel, and they fled away.The Death of the Gods|Dmitri Mrejkowski
The population, too, was referable to both branches of the Sarmatian stock—the Slavonic as well as the Lithuanic.
He had yielded, Sarmatian that he was, to the admiration which the beautiful queen of Navarre inspired in every one.Marguerite de Valois|Alexandre Dumas
Some portion of the present area was Keltic, and a still greater was Sarmatian.
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Word Origin and History for sarmatian
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.