Taormina

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Ta·or·mi·na

 (tä′ôr-mē′nä)
A town of northeast Sicily, Italy, on the Ionian Sea southwest of Messina. First founded in the eighth century bc, it is noted for its Greek and Roman ruins.
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Taormina
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105} The writer evidently regards Ulysses as on a coast that looked East at no great distance south of the Straits of Messina somewhere, say, near Tauromenium, now Taormina.
O oitavo estudo e da autoria do proprio editor do volume, Anton Powell, reconhecido historiador de Esparta e de Atenas, e tem por titulo "Anticipating Octavian's Failure: From Tauromenium to the Death of Cleopatra" (pp.
Ephorus and the formidable Timaeus of Tauromenium, (4) predated and