Definition of Gulf of aegina
1. Noun. A gulf of the Aegean on the southeastern coast of Greece.
Group relationships: Ellas, Greece, Hellenic Republic
Generic synonyms: Inlet, Recess
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Literary usage of Gulf of aegina
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1. The Panama Canal by Frederic Jennings Haskin (1913)
"... Gulf of Corinth to the Gulf of Aegina in southern Greece. Its length is about 4 miles, a part of which was cut through soft granite rock and the ..."
2. A History of Greece from the Earliest Times to the Death of Alexander the Great by Charles William Chadwick Oman (1905)
"... the Athenians holding the eastern path along the gulf of Aegina, the Lacedaemonians the western one on the shore of the gulf of Corinth. ..."
3. Principles of Ocean Transportation by Emory Richard Johnson, Grover Gerhardt Huebner (1918)
"... is a waterway nearly four miles long, connecting the Gulf of Corinth or Lepanto, with the Gulf of Aegina. (See map No. 6.) The original concession was ..."
4. Pausanias's Description of Greece by Pausanias (1898)
"(3) Lastly, on the shores of the Gulf of Aegina, is a small plain, 600 metres wide, where the sand is covered by alluvial soil. "The works of Nero, ..."
5. Castles of the Morea by Kevin Andrews (2006)
"... Gulf of Aegina, 136 Savoy, Prince of., 7 Saxon troops of Holy League, 28, 185 Saxony, Elector of, 7 Schism of Eastern and Western Churches (1054), ..."
6. A History of Greece: From Its Conquest by the Romans to the Present Time, B by George Finlay (1877)
"... on the Gulf of Aegina, the janissaries, who were enraged at being deprived of the immense booty supposed to be accumulated in ..."
7. Merchant Vessels by Robert Riegel (1921)
"The Corinth Canal connects the Gulf of Corinth with the Gulf of Aegina. The toll charges are based on net tonnage and vary with the type of vessel and the ..."