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Definition of Ausonian

Ausonian
Ausonian Au*so"ni*an, a. [L. Ausonia, poetic name for Italy.] Italian. --Milton.

Meaning of Ausonian from wikipedia

- fluctuating, perhaps in no instance more so than in the case of the Ausones or Ausonians. Originally "Aurunci" was the appellation given by the Romans to the people...
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- Italic invasions in 1250 BC. The Aeolian Islands were occupied by the Ausonians led by Liparus. Liparus was succeeded by Aeolus whose house, according...
- occupation may have been interrupted violently when in the late 9th century an Ausonian civilization site was burned and apparently not rebuilt. Many household...
- Continuous habitation since approximately 1500 BC, as we have notice about the Ausonian-Italic pre-Gr**** settlement and about the sculptor Léarchos of Reggio (late...
- 3rd millennium BC and was perhaps established by the Ausones. The last Ausonian ruler was king Italós, from whom the name of Italy is derived. King Iokastos...
- Ulysses and Circe; a tradition which indicates that it was an ancient Ausonian city, previous to its conquest by the Samnites. But it first appears in...
- language, and that the "high sea" near Sicily was still named Ausonian even though the Ausonians never lived near it. Aurunci is the Roman name for Ausones...
- of sweet chestnut trees. In the territory of the volcano are traces of Ausonian or Auruncan settlements, with remains of polygonal walls dating to the...
- never thought that the Moesian [Bulgarian] arrows were stronger than the Ausonian [Roman, Byzantine] spears.... And when you, Phaethon [Sun], descend to...
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