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2d Punic according Adriatic Aegaean Aetolia afterwards Alps ancient town antiquity Apennines Apulia Asia Minor Athenians Attica Augustus bank became birthplace Boeotia boundary bounded Bruttium built called Campania capital Cappadocia Caria Carthaginians celebrated chief city chief rivers chief towns Cilicia coast defeated derived its name destroyed district divided Dorian Euboea Euxine fertile flourishing flows formed founded Galatia Gallia Gauls Greece Greek cities gulf Hannibal harbor hence Herodotus hill Homer Iapygia important inhabitants interior Ionian island Italy king Lacus lake land later Latium Locri Lucania Lycia Lydia Mare mentioned Messapia Messenia miles Mons Montes mountains mouth municipium Mysia Neapolis neighborhood noted originally Peloponnesus peninsula Persian Phrygia Pisidia plain poets Pontus possessed principal promontory province Puteoli rises Roman colony Rome ruins Sabine Samnites Samnium separated Sicily side Sinus situated stadia stood Strabo subsequently Syracuse Tarentum Taurus temple territory Thessaly tribes valley whence
Page 135 - The fertility of the soil, the beauty of the scenery, and the softness of the climate, the heat of which was tempered by the delicious breezes of the sea, procured for Campania the epithet Felix, a name which it justly deserved.
Page 165 - Latins, is distant jibout ten miles from Populonium, the nearest point of the Tuscan coast. Ilva was early celebrated for its rich iron mines ; but by whom they wered and worked is uncertain, as they are said to exhibit the marks of labors carried on for an incalculable time. It even seems to have been a popular belief among the ancients, that the metallic substance was constantly renewed. It is probable that the Phoenicians were the first to make known the...
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Page 36 - I was, however, to be for once agreeably surprised; the narrow and low entrance of the cave, spread at once into a chamber 330 feet long, by nearly 200 wide ; the Stalactites from the top hung in the most graceful forms, the whole length of the roof, and fell, like drapery, down the sides.