Tyrrhenian   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Tyrrhenian   Sea - the sea between Italy and Sardinia
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AnthPal_7.532 on the surface of the Tyrrhenian Sea, but with my ship
AntipThes_9.82 is the law established by the Tyrrhenian pirates. * * &
Bianor_9.308 the sea-robbers near the Tyrrhenian surges cast the lyre-p
Euseb]:Chron_267 the Ionian Gulf and the Tyrrhenian Sea and, thirdly, by
Euseb]:Chron_271 island, and crossing the Tyrrhenian sea, arrived at last
Euseb]:Chron_277 called Latium, lying on the Tyrrhenian sea. And being
Lucill_11.247 The Adriatic, the Tyrrhene Sea, the Gulf of Issa, the Aeg


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