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Accadia is a town and comune in the province of Foggia in the Apulia region of southeast Italy. Until the mid-20th century it was just within the eastern frontier of the region of Campania in the province of Avellino.
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Preservation of Cultural Heritage by Giorgio Lollino, Daniele Giordan, Cristian Marunteanu, Basiles Christaras, Iwasaki Yoshinori, Claudio Margottini
Accadia is a town located in the Subappennino Dauno (Apulia Region), a mountain range which is the eastern continuation of the ...
A New Geographical Dictionary ... to which is now added the latitude and longitude of the most considerable cities and towns,&c., of the world, omitted in the first publication, etc (1738)
ACCADIA, a Pro. on the N. E. Co. of America, Part of Nova Francia, is now in the Hands of the Engli/%, & called Nova Scotia, the pri. T. Port Royal or Annapolis. ACCADIA, a little C. in the Farther Principate in the Kdm. of Naples. ACCARA the ...
An Universal, Historical, Geographical, Chronologica and Poetical Dictionary ... The whole consisting of a curious miscellany of sacred and prophane history, extracted from Moreri, Bayle, Baudrand, Hoffmann, Danet, etc (1703)
Accadia, a Prov. of New-France in N.
An Universal, Historical, Geographical, Chronological and Poetical Dictionary, Exactly Describing the Situation, Extent, Customs ... of All Kingdoms ... (1703)
Containing Likewise the Lives of the Patriarchs, Prophets, Apostles, and Primitive Fathers; Emperors, Kings, Princes ...
Accadia, a Prov. of New-France in N. America. The English possess'd At once, and called it, New-Scotland; but they gave it up to the French by the Peace of Breda in 1567. The Chief Place in it is port-Royal. 4t4r4, the Great and Less, two ...
by Daniel Jones, Beverley Collins, Inger M. Mees
Accad 'aekaed Accadia, -n/s a'keidia [-dja], -n/z accedje, ...
Ancient and Modern ... by Joseph Emerson Worcester
Accadia, t. Naples, in Principato Ultra; 20 N. Conza. .Accar, r. Syria, which runs into the Mediterranean, 12 S. Tortosa. .Accaron, see Ekron. .Accelura, t. Naples, in Basilicata; 19 SSE. Acerenza. .Acci, now Guadia. .Accia, desolate village ...
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AccADIA, a small town of Naples, in the Principato Oltra or Ulteriore, 20 miles N. of Conzar. AccAR. See Akker. AccETun A, a town of Naples, in the province of Basilicata, 19 miles S. S. E. of Acerenza. AccHA, a settlement of the province of ...
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