Lipari Islands

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Lip·a·ri Islands

 (lĭp′ə-rē, lē′pä-) Formerly Ae·o·li·an Islands (ē-ō′lē-ən)
A group of volcanic islands of Italy off the northeast coast of Sicily in the Tyrrhenian Sea. The islands have been inhabited since the Neolithic Period.
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Lipari Islands

pl n
(Placename) a group of volcanic islands under Italian administration off the N coast of Sicily: remains that form a continuous record from Neolithic times. Chief town: Lipari. Pop: 10 554 (2001). Area: 114 sq km (44 sq miles). Also called: Aeolian Islands Italian name: Isole Eolie
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Lip′a•ri Is′lands

(ˈlɪp ə ri)
a group of volcanic islands N of Sicily, belonging to Italy. 10,043; 44 sq. mi. (114 sq. km).
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245 The island of Salina, one of the Eolie Islands (Lipari Islands) in the Tyrrhenian Sea, is strangely paradigmatic.
It is a volcanic sublimate mineral from Vulcano Island, in the Eolie Islands, Sicily, Italy, occurring as gray/black microcrystals on matrix.