Aegean island

NOUN
  1. an island in the Aegean Sea
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  • If Etruscan were continuously in contact with the Aegean islands through the 1st millenium BCE, then Lemnian could be an out-of-Italy dialect of Old Etruscan as is usually claimed afterall. A modification of Indo-Aegean, plus some new grammatical ideas on Minoan
  • Considering the Luwian stem tawa-, it makes more sense that it was Latin that borrowed the Etruscan word and that this verb is much older than Etruscan, probably stemming right back to the Proto-Aegean parent which I situate in the Aegean islands, Western Turkey and Cyprus. Archive 2010-06-01
  • Known for his wizardly approach to seafood, Mr. Lazarou is one of the first chefs to use less expensive fish like the lanky monkfish and the long, ungainly garfish to make a wealth of gourmet dishes such as monkfish with mastiha liquor cream from the Aegean island of Hios and braised garfish with fava bean mousse. Not Your Typical Greek Salad
  • A product unique in the world, as it is grown exclusively on the Aegean island of Chios.
  • Aegean islands
  • It is part of a small group of Aegean islands that took the name Cyclades, from the Greek "cyclos" (circle) because the islands form a circle around Delos, observed as the jewel in the crown of the archipelago. American Chronicle
  • Yet the Pozitif photo gallery in Galata is currently hosting a show of stark images from Imroz, a Turkish Aegean island with a tiny, and dying, Greek population. Turkish Delight
  • Victorious in the Aegean Islands, the Turkish war machine turned its attention to the Greek mainland, assaulting the Peloponnese.
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