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Definition of the noun aeolis
What does aeolis mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: -
- an ancient coastal region of northwestern Asia Minor (including Lesbos) where the Aeolians founded several cities around 1100 BC
- lexical domain: Locations - nouns denoting spatial position
- synonym of Aeolis: Aeolia
- instance of: coast / sea-coast / seacoast / seashore = the shore of a sea or ocean
- part of: Anatolia / Asia Minor = a peninsula in southwestern Asia that forms the Asian part of Turkey
- part: Mytilene / Lesbos / Lesvos = an island of eastern Greece in the eastern Aegean Sea
Aeolis or Aeolia was an area that comprised the west and northwestern region of Asia Minor, mostly along the coast, and also several offshore islands, where the Aeolian Greek city-states were located. Aeolis incorporated the southern parts of Mysia which bounded it to the north, Ionia to the south, and Lydia to the east.
- also known as 伊奥利亚
Phrases with Aeolis
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Phrases ending with the word Aeolis:
- Genus Aeolis
- Polyp Aeolis
- Glenea Aeolis
- Purple Aeolis
- Rustya Aeolis
- Salmon Aeolis
- Balloon Aeolis
- Eudonia Aeolis
- Epiplema Aeolis
- Pellucid Aeolis
- Shag-Rug Aeolis
- Long-Tail Aeolis
- Macrelmis Aeolis
- Miniature Aeolis
- Red Frond-Aeolis
- Threeline Aeolis
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Biology of Mollusca (2004)
by D.R. Khanna, P. R.. Yadav
Aeolis is a small nudibranch 1 or 2 cm in length. The soft body is covered with a transparent integument. The shell, mantle and true gills are absent. The cerata are the respiratory organs. There are cylindrical extensions of the integument, ...
by Morris William Croll
" Aeolis is a part of Asia Minor where Greek lyric poetry flourished. 13-24.
A History of Greece (1881)
From the Earliest Period to the Close of the Generation Contemporary with Alexander the Great by George Grote
But perhaps the most remarkable feature of identity between the Homeric and the historical AEolis is the solemn and diffused worship of the Sminthian Apollo. Chrysé, Killa, and Tenedos, and more than one place called Sminthium, maintain ...
A Commentary on Herodotus (2007)
by David Asheri, Alan Lloyd, Aldo Corcella
ANokßder: broadly speaking, the Aeolis is the area colonized by Lesbos on the mainland, between the river Hermus and the Propontis. Herodotus, however, makes a clear distinction between the Troas and the territory of the Dodecapolis ...
by Mike Dixon-Kennedy
Aeolis. Greek A coastal district of northwest Asia Minor colonized by the Greeks at a very early date; it included the Lipari Islands (Aeolian Islands) within its limits. Aeolus. Greek 1. A mortal son of Poseidon and guardian or demigod of the ...
Lexicon universae rei nummariae veterum et praecipuie Gracorum et Romanorum etc. - Lipsiae, Gleditsch 1785-1805 (1791)
by Johann Christoph Rasche
”ln terram, quae шпс Aeolis, mmc The_/Íizline nomine Cluet. Титана: incolas Aeolus THE adpellat Strnbo L. V. n.220. ”Pe lafgi anriqiiam gentem per vniuerfam Graec'am exi'titiil'c maxime inter Amin Пустите gentes, суш! apud omnes in ...
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Scrabble value of A1E1O1L1I1S1
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