Sardis

NOUN
  1. an ancient Greek city located in the western part of what is now modern Turkey; as the capital of Lydia it was the cultural center of Asia Minor; destroyed by Tamerlane in 1402
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How To Use Sardis In A Sentence

  • It was called "sardius" because obtained from Sardis in Lydia. Easton's Bible Dictionary
  • In the town of Sardis, within the satrapy of Lydia, the young philosopher-warrior Xenophon is about to embark on a most historic mission. 2010 April 10 « The BookBanter Blog
  • So, fifty years after the Athenian raid on Sardis, the great Persian War ended in a compromise.
  • Furthermore, they have resisted capitulating to the world at large and remained faithful to the community of believers in Sardis.
  • But Brutus, having fled to Sardis, mustered his own army to counter this attack.
  • The large Ionic Temple of Artemis at Sardis seems to have been built in three phases.
  • The Ponty full-back missed another attempt before slotting over his seventh penalty to take the Sardis Road side into the lead.
  • In Sardis, where the community has its own ‘parks and gardens department’, there were some early daffs in flower.
  • When he returned to Sardis he entered the circle of local Neoplatonists, learned theurgy and medicine, and mainly taught rhetoric.
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