Definition of Chias
1. chia [n] - See also: chia
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Literary usage of Chias
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A System of Ancient and Mediæval Geography for the Use of Schools and Colleges by Charles Anthon (1850)
"Its inhabitants could likewise boast that the greater part of the colonists who followed Ar- chias to Syracuse were their fellow-citizens. ..."
2. History of Roman Literature: From It's Earliest Period to the Augustan Age by John Colin Dunlop (1823)
"... the poet Ar- chias, as if the whole glory of Rome, and salvation of the commonwealth, depended on his poetical productions, and as if the smallest ..."
3. The Life and Adventures of Nathaniel Pearce: Written by Himself, During a by Nathaniel Pearce (1831)
"chias and his Army at Adowa—Many of the Inhabitants leave the Town—Reception of the Abuna by King Tecla ..."
4. A popular commentary on the New Testament by Daniel Denison Whedon (1874)
"... the blood of righteous Abel unto 'the blood of Zacharias son of Bara- chias, whom ye slew between the temple and the altar. g Revelation 18. ..."
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