Catana - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a city on the east coast of Sicily
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eruption of Mt. Aetna devastates the territory of Catana.
hilonomus and Callias of Catana picked up their parents
nomarchus, the Tyrant of Catana, and the son of Cleomenes
the Muse, was buried in Catana's fiery land, he in whose
because he re-founded Catana and called it Aetne, there
ether he was a native of Catana or of Byzantium,) or by
whether it was Python of Catana, or king Alexander himself
whether he was Pythen of Catana or Byzantium, or the king
most eager, to conduct her to Catana to some of her famil
ts. The people of Catana, also, finding themselves oppres
ly. He advanced to Catane, but found that the inhabitants
des gained possession of Catane, he found a loyal assistan
Aetna covers the fields around Catana in ash-dust. 
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