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Ge·la

 (jĕ′lä)
A city of southern Sicily, Italy, on the Mediterranean Sea. Founded c. 688 bc by Greek colonists from Crete and Rhodes, it reached the height of its prosperity in the fifth century bc. The dramatist Aeschylus lived here.
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