he third side: to Syracuse thirty-six, and to Catana sixty; then to Tauromenium thirty-three; ands aside in this direction as one proceeds from Catana to Syracuse and Pachynus. Now the distance frfounded formerly by the Naxians who lived near Catana. But the Mamertini, a tribe of the Campani, jan wines. The city is fairly populous, though Catana is still more so, and in fact has received Rombut Tauromenium is less populous than either. Catana, moreover, was founded by the same Naxians, whf Aetna is situated in the interior about over Catana, and shares most in the devastation caused by as subject of "shares" a pronoun referring to Catana, assuming that Aetna, the subject of the sentee overthrow of Pompeius. Centoripa lies above Catana, bordering on the Aetnaean mountains, and on tethus River, which flows into the territory of Catana.
Of the remaining sides of Sicily, that which e dislodged by the Romans. The inhabitants of Catana and Tauromenium and also several other peoples[9 more...]