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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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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 cream. From the Aeolian Islands comes Malvasia di Lipari, though mostly produced on Salina ...
Biology 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.
The 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 preservation ; but everything else is reduced to a mass of shapeless stones and rubbish. BRITISH rsnanns. 393 Sicily was early colonized by the Greeks;
Dante Encyclopedia (2010)
by Richard Lansing
The conventions ofthesocalled realisticor popular poetry are followed in“Rosa fresca aulentissima,” a wellknown contrastoby Cielo d'Alcamo thatpresents alively parody of courtly lovein the formof a debate between a girl andher suitor. Thepoetry of the Sicilians is accessible today almost entirelyin transcriptions from the original Sicilian dialect intoa varietyof Tuscan, made byscribes inTuscany. One of the few examplesof a poemin the Sicilian original isStefano Protonotaro's “Pir meu ...
by F. Diez
paladino open, fair ( 'elle d'Alcamo); from регат, though the mode of formation is not clear. The Paladino of Charlemagne were those, whose names were public and famous , or = Palaiines (palatiwn). Palmone It., Sp. palafren, Pr. palaf'rei, Fr. palefrei, E. реф-су; from para~eeredas side-horse, :rapa and veredas (of. : raptiaetpog), L. L. parafredas, whence also G. pferd, О. Н. G. ‚одет, О. Sax. рез— ага. Palafrene got its spelling from frenam. В: has paiafrenier groom. Palais Fr. palate.
A Smaller Classical Dictionary of Biography, Anthology, and Geography Abriged from the Larger Dictionary by William Smith (1877)
by William Smith
Alcamo, Ru.), the later Roman form of the town called by the Greeks EGESTA or AEGESTA, in Virgil ACESTA; situated in the N.W. of Sicily, near the coast between Panormus and Drepanum. It is said to have been founded by the Trojans on 2 small rivers, to which they gave the names of Simois and Scamander; hence the Romans made it a colony of Aeneas. SEGESTES (-is), a Cheruscan chieftain, the opponent of Arminius. SEGNI (-örum), a German people in Gallia Belgica, between ...
A dictionary, geographical, statistical, and historical, of the various countries, places, and principal natural objects in the world (1841)
by John Ramsay Mac-Culloch
ALCAMO, a town ...
Of the Various Countries, Places and Principal Natural Objects in the World by John Ramsay McCulloch
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- Alcamo Marina
Blick Richtung Balestrate und Punta Raisi
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- Night sky on Alcamo Beach
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