Thesaurus / colophon
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She was a nymph once, they say—the daughter of Idmon the dyer, of Colophon, a city of Lydia.

On the return of Mentes, he accompanied him to Colophon, where he became totally blind.

Gyges takes the city but not the citadel of Colophon; according to Athenæus (p. 256) he concluded a friendly treaty with Colophon.

This Bible, as appears from the colophon, was finished on this day, 1535.

With the subjugation of Colophon the successes of Alyattes ended.

The appearance of the Mark in the colophon therefore was a natural corollary of the printers vanity.

Printers' MarksWilliam Roberts

Arachne, daughter of a dyer of Colophon, skilful with her needle, challenged Minerva to a trial of skill.

For distinction, title and colophon might be written in red, as might also the first few lines of the text.

Must I be torn from hence and thrown With frontispiece and colophon!

The LibraryAndrew Lang

The journey of Calchas to Colophon and his death there, as told in the Nosti, is another instance of the kind.

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