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Sicily is triangular in shape; and for this reason it was at first called "Trinacria," though lateTrinacria," though later the name was changed to the more euphonious "Thrinacis." Its shape is defined by three capes: P
t., p. 977). which flows through the middle of Sicily; then to Panormus thirty-five, and thirty-two enian, borne out of his course by the winds to Sicily, clearly perceived both the weakness of the pe on their way back home had arrived there from Sicily, took them up and in common with them founded eam extends underground from Olympia as far as Sicily, thereby preserving its potable water unmixed y account of Italy;6. 1. 3. they were sent to Sicily by him along with Aegestes the Trojan.
In the not be true if one sailed the shortest way to Sicily, but Strabo obviously has in mind the voyage f n. If the text is correct, he was governor of Sicily about 90 B.C. Cp. Nissen, op. cit. II.251. Bu hern part of Lipara twenty-nine, and thence to Sicily nineteen, but from Strongyle sixteen. Off Pac [16 more...]