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Ae·o·lis(ē′ə-lĭs) or Ae·o·li·a (ē-ō′lē-ə)
An ancient region of the western coast of Asia Minor in present-day Turkey. It was made up of a group of cities founded by the Aeolians c. 1100 bc.
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(Placename) the ancient name for the coastal region of NW Asia Minor, including the island of Lesbos, settled by the Aeolian Greeks (about 1000 bc)
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Ae•o•lis(ˈi ə lɪs)
an ancient coastal region and Greek colony in NW Asia Minor: settled by Aeolians.
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|Noun||1.||Aeolis - an ancient coastal region of northwestern Asia Minor (including Lesbos) where the Aeolians founded several cities around 1100 BC|
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