Euboea


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Eu·boe·a

 (yo͞o-bē′ə) also Ev·voia (ĕv′yä)
An island of central Greece in the Aegean Sea east of the mainland. It was settled by Ionian and Thracian colonists and was later controlled by Athens, Rome, Byzantium, Venice, and Turkey before becoming part of Greece in 1830.

Euboea

(juːˈbɪə)
n
(Placename) an island in the W Aegean Sea: the largest island after Crete of the Greek archipelago; linked with the mainland by a bridge across the Euripus channel. Capital: Chalcis. Pop: 198 130 (2001). Area: 3908 sq km (1509 sq miles). Modern Greek name: Évvoia Former English name: Negropont

Eu•boe•a

(yuˈbi ə)

n.
a Greek island in the W Aegean Sea. 188,410; 1586 sq. mi. (4110 sq. km). Cap.: Chalcis. Modern Greek, Evvoia.
Eu•boe′an, adj., n.
Eu•bo′ic (-ˈboʊ ɪk) adj.
Translations
Euböa
Eubée
EubeaEviaNegroponte
References in classic literature ?
The only other personal reference is to his victory in a poetical contest at the funeral games of Amphidamas at Chalcis in Euboea, where he won the prize, a tripod, which he dedicated to the Muses of Helicon ("Works and Days", 651-9).
1-2) is to be connected with notices of the allies of the Lapithae from Phthiotis and Iolchus, and that the story of Io was incidental to a narrative of Heracles' expedition against Euboea.
With him there came forty ships of the Locrians who dwell beyond Euboea.
The fierce Abantes held Euboea with its cities, Chalcis, Eretria, Histiaea rich in vines, Cerinthus upon the sea, and the rock-perched town of Dium; with them were also the men of Carystus and Styra; Elephenor of the race of Mars was in command of these; he was son of Chalcodon, and chief over all the Abantes.
So we asked heaven for a sign, and were shown one to the effect that we should be soonest out of danger if we headed our ships across the open sea to Euboea.
The fortification of Decelea in Attica did separate Athens from a large part of its countryside and cut off the land route to the critically important island of Euboea, and this fortification did define to a strong degree Athenian and Spartan strategy for the final years of the war.
nID=2034) Greek Ministry of Culture reported that a team has found the remains of the sanctuary near Amarynthos, a coastal town a couple of dozen miles northeast of Athens on the large Greek island of Euboea.
Schedules hearse for transporting school pupils of Primary and Secondary Education units prefecture Euboea school years 2019-2020 and 2017-2018,2018-2019, Dirfys MESSAPION.
Assessing the hydrogeochemistry of groundwaters in ophiolite areas of Euboea Island, Greece, using multivariate statistical methods.
graeca Uvarov 1942 inhabits the Peloponnese, Kithira, southeastern continental Greece and Euboea.
2) Maria Rosa Lida de Malkiel discovered a Byzantine source for the narrative of Gongora's shipwrecked peregrino: Dio Chrysostoms narrative of the shepherd of Euboea in Discourse VII, which had been translated by Gongora's humanist friend Pedro de Valencia.
Geraistos: A son of Poseidon gave his name to the bare promontory sheltering the one harbor on the deadly Cavo D'Oro seaway of southern Euboea.