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Aegātes , um, f.,
I.the Ægates, three islands in the Mediterranean, west of Sicily, not far from the promontory of Lilybœum, where the Carthaginians were conquered by the Romans, 241 B.C., Nep. Ham. 1; Liv. 21, 10; Sil. 1, 60; 6, 684.
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