Ionian   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Ionian   Sea - part of the Mediterranean sea, between Italy and Greece
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AnthPal_5.17 shall cross the broad Ionian Sea, hasting to the bosom
AnthPal_7.624 5 } & Begone, dreaded Ionian Sea, pitiless water, ferri
AntipSid_7.498 small vessel from the Ionian Sea to the Peloponnesus,
Euseb]:Chron_267 which is bounded by the Ionian Gulf and the Tyrrhenian
Festus:Brev.7 entered the Adriatic and the Ionian Sea, obtained the
Joseph:AJ_14.123 ate were fled beyond the Ionian Sea, freed Aristobulus fro
Joseph:BJ_01.183 the senate beyond the Ionian Sea, Caesar got Rome and
LeonTar_7.506 ed, I descended into the Ionian sea ; the anchor I saved,
Memn_18 Romans crossed over the Ionian sea, and how Perseus the
NicDam_125.1 as the Rhine and beyond the Ionian Sea and the Illyrian
NicDam_130.47 wintry, and crossing the Ionian Sea, arrived at the neares
Philip_6.251 ilors, and washed by the Ionian sea, accept from the seame
Phld:Epigr_5.107 to my words no more than the Ionian Sea. So now you sob


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