Aetolia

Aetolia

[ee-toh-lee-uh]
noun
an ancient district in W Greece, now part of the province of Aetolia and Acarnania. See map under Delphi.
Modern Greek Aitolía.

Aetolian, adjective, noun
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Aetolia (iːˈtəʊlɪə)
 
n
a mountainous region forming (with the region of Acarnania) a department of W central Greece, north of the Gulf of Patras: a powerful federal state in the 3rd century bc. Chief city: Missolonghi. Pop (with Acarnania): 219 092 (2001). Area: 5461 sq km (2108 sq miles)

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