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A·gri·gen·to

 (ä′grĭ-jĕn′tō, ăg′rĭ-)
A city of southwest Sicily, Italy, overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. It was founded c. 580 bc by Greek colonists.

Agrigento

(Italian aɡriˈdʒɛnto)
n
(Placename) a town in Italy, in SW Sicily: site of six Greek temples. Pop: 54 619 (2001). Former name (until 1927): Girgenti

A•gri•gen•to

(ˌɑ griˈdʒɛn tɔ)

n.
a city in S Italy. 51,931.
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Noun1.Agrigento - a town in Italy in southwestern Sicily near the coastAgrigento - a town in Italy in southwestern Sicily near the coast; the site of six Greek temples
Sicilia, Sicily - the Italian region on the island of Sicily
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The second edition contains new chapters on the site of Poseidonia (Paestum) in Magna Graecia (Southern Italy), and the unusual temple of Zeus at Akragas (Agrigento) in Sicily.
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