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Alcamo is the fourth largest city in the province of Trapani, in north-western Sicily, southern Italy.

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Google previewConcise Dictionary of Proper Names and Notable Matters in the Works of Dante

Alcamo is a town in the NW. of Sicily, about twenty-five miles SW. of Palermo. Ciullo is said to be an abbreviation of Vincenciullo, the diminutive of Vincenzio. Civita Castellana. [Castel- lana Civitas.J Civitate Del, De, St. Augustine's work (in ...

Google previewSicily (2001)

by Jack Altman

Bianco di Alcamo is an honourable white wine popular around Trapani. Aged up to 10 years, Marsala is the most famous of the island's dessert wines, sometimes stiffened with grappa into a stronger liqueur, mistella, or sweetened with egg ...

Google previewBiology Coloring Workbook (1998)

by I. Edward Alcamo, Princeton Review (Firm)

Alcamo is a member of numerous scientif. ic organizations and a regular contributor to scientific journals. Biology coloring workeook 1. EDwARD ALCAMO, PH.D., is a professor About the Author.

Google previewThe book of the world (1852)

being an account of all republics, empires, kingdoms and nations by Richard S. Fisher

ALCAMO is an archiepiscopal city, with aroyal college, and 18,000 inhabitants, 25 miles west of Palermo. In the neighborhood is the site of the ancient ./Egesta, called also Egesta, Acesta, and Segesta, where is a temple in very good ...

Google previewThe New international encyclopaedia (1906)

by Daniel Coit Gilman, Harry Thurston Peck, Frank Moore Colby

Exceedingly popular in its nature, and yet influenced by literary conventions, is the so-called Contrasio di Cielo dal Camo (or d'Alcamo ; consult A. d'Ancona, Studj sulla letteratura italiana dei primi secoli, Ancona, 1884), which, ascribed by a ...

Google previewThe Edinburgh Encyclopaedia (1832)

ALCAMO, a town in Sicily, which takes its name from Adalcam, the caliph's lieutenant, who conquered Sicily in 827, and erected a fortress in Monte Bonifati. Frederic of Swabia, having driven out the Saracens, destroyed the fort, and ...

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