Definition of Troade
1. troad [n -S] - See also: troad
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Literary usage of Troade
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Universal Pronouncing Dictionary of Biography and Mythology by Joseph Thomas (1901)
"Ja Greek tragic poet, born in the troade, wrote about 41,0-420 uc, and was contemporary with Euripides. His works are lost, except small fragments. ..."
2. A Dictionary of Proper Names and Notable Matters in the Works of Dante by Paget Jackson Toynbee (1898)
"troade], the Troad, territory of Troy, forming the NW angle of Mysia, in NW of Asia Minor ... 6, 67-8 [troade]. Troiani, Trojans ; driven from the Stro- ..."
3. The Literature of the French Renaissance by Arthur Augustus Tilley (1904)
"In La troade (1579) and Antigone (1580), which followed closely on ... Thus La troade \s taken from Seneca's troades and Euripides's troades and Hecuba, ..."
4. Memoirs of the Political and Private Life of James Caulfield, Earl of by Francis Hardy (1812)
"... 1764 ; they entered the Hellespont the latter end of August following; visited the troade, Tenedos, &c. They then went to Smyrna, which they left, ..."
5. Annual Register (1778)
"An, Essay on the original Genius and Writings of Homer : with a comparative I'iew nf tltc ancient and present Stule of the troade. ..."