Tyrrhenian - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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Sea - the sea between Italy and Sardinia
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bit of fishing round the Tyrrhenian islands,* as they
on the surface of the Tyrrhenian Sea, but with my ship
is the law established by the Tyrrhenian pirates. * * &
Paestum who dwell in the Tyrrhenian Gulf; for it happened
the sea-robbers near the Tyrrhenian surges cast the lyre-p
fallen into the Lower or Tuscan, a barbarian sea, infested with
the Ionian Gulf and the Tyrrhenian Sea and, thirdly, by
island, and crossing the Tyrrhenian sea, arrived at last
called Latium, lying on the Tyrrhenian sea. And being
The Adriatic, the Tyrrhene Sea, the Gulf of Issa, the Aeg
into the straits of the Tyrrhenian Sea.
by the Ocean and the Tyrrhenian Sea. 70 Its first corner,
Mare which is called the Tyrrhenian Sea, enters.
it is bounded by the Tyrrhenian Sea, which extends on the
with his fleet from the Etruscan all together set out to
territory, Neapolis, Puteoli, the Tuscan Sea, Corsica, the Balearic
were built to separate the Tyrrhenian Sea from the Lucrine Lake,
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