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Synonyms for Marseille

a port city in southeastern France on the Mediterranean

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el rumbo politico de Octaviano/Augusto, y al otro lado de Italia, las Galias estan representadas por Massalia, la mas antigua de las fundaciones griegas de Occidente, lo que se explica por el entorno cultural de la propia Mytilene; en los dos extremos geograficos del Mediterraneo--Oriente y Occidente--Antioquia y Tarraco respectivamente ponen limites a un Mediterraneo que despues de Actium era netamente romano.
The study discovered that the Greeks founded Massalia (today's Marseilles) and made it a commercial centre, where local tribes of Ligurian Celts came for barter.
He turned me on to Kachimba 1551 from Japan, Hatuey from Sweden, Toro Ensemble from Holland, Alex Wilson from the UK, and Sonido Tres from Germany, plus Deldongo, Conjunto Massalia and Diabloson from France, among others.
Pitheas de Massalia, que decia haber llegado a Thule, alli donde el sol brillaba durante la noche y donde aire, mar y tierra se transformaban en algo asi como una substancia gelatinosa, era un mentiroso?
En "Himno al mar", escrito en 1919, su primer poema publicado, ya encontramos una alusion a "ultima Thule', la isla del norte descrita por el marinero Pytheas de Massalia en el siglo IV a de J.
For example, when an individual, in the days of the Gallic Wars took 74 hours to cover the 800 or so km between Lutecia and Massalia, Paris-Marseille was covered by train in 19 hours in 1855, 8 hours 50 minutes in 1950 and 3 hours in 2006.
Ali foram encontradas, em grande quantidade, pecas de Rodes, Cartago, Cirene, Massalia e Roma: segundo Estrabao--XVII, 3, 13--Micipsa incentivou o assentamento de estrangeiros em Cirta (apud Burnett 1987: 177).
La problematica de los contenidos de las anforas fenicio-occidentales se complica en epoca punica, con la disgregacion de la uniformidad anforica extremo-occidental, la preponderancia de las salazones como elemento economico de las ciudades del Estrecho, la formacion de amplios hinterland hacia el interior en los que expansionarse y realizar intensos aprovechamientos agropecuarios, la creciente competencia comercial internacional entre Massalia, Emporion, Cartago y su circulo, Ibiza, y el Estrecho con Gadir a la cabeza, etc.
We've added many new bottles: Bordelaise 1855, an interpretation of a classic 19th century shape; Feng, Massalia and Theos.
to Rome, Cadiz, Massalia (Marseilles), and the wild interior of Gaul, where he would spend a couple of years eating meat, drinking wine, and taking ethnographic notes under the watchful gaze of the severed heads of the many enemies of his colorful hairy hosts.
REGAL VOYAGER a) Massalia b) Stena Baltica c) Island Fiesta d) Scandinavian Star e) Candi (1971) Ferry Mar, Bahamas, 10,513 grt, 462' x 68', 622 pax.
In this letter, the bishop tells the story of Amantius, who comes to Massalia and manages to get a wife by trickery.
Pytheas, a navigator from the Greek colony of Massalia (modern Marseilles, France), explored the northern Atlantic Ocean in the Fourth Century B.
Pytheas of Massalia traveled north, reporting on Cornish tin mines and the amber trade, yet Strabo called him a liar because Pytheas's report contradicted common beliefs.
Pytheas of Massalia (now known as Marseilles, France) wrote an account of an unprecedented voyage he had taken to the British Isles and Iceland.