Aetna   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Aetna   - a volcano in north-east Sicily
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  + Aetnaean
135/13 Omens, including an eruption of Mt.Aetna.
126/11 Mt. Aetna erupts, and another eruption at sea leads to the formation
122/22 eruption of Mt. Aetna devastates the territory of Catana.
    Within translations:
[Tib]:PanMes_45 dwelt on the cliffs of Aetna whose eye was ravaged when
[Tib]:PanMes_190 his poor body to the flames of Aetna. All that I am is you
Athen_05.206 to be cut down on Mount Aetna as would have been sufficie
Athen_05.209 form? & Surely it equals Aetna in its height, & Or any isl
Diod_34.10 the altars dedicated to Aetnaean Zeus throughout the whol
Just_4.1 it is that the fire of Mount Aetna has lasted through
Poseidon_92 (chapter 2.3) & Mount Aetna covers the fields around

  Aetna 2   - a town in Sicily, at the foot of Mt. Aetna
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  + Aetne
71/41 pronius despoils the territory of Aetna, Leontini, and other cities.
    Within translations:
Apollod:Fr_69 ded Catana and called it Aetne, therefore he was a citizen
Just_22.1 against the people of Aetna, he gave the Syracusans gre


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