The name of Troy has been heard, perchance, even in Acarnania?
The regency confided to M. Lepidus, 201, who hands over the administration to Aristomenes of Acarnania.
We shall then pass on to Ætolia and Acarnania, parts of Europe of which it remains to give an account.
At first this army, after ravaging the lands of Attica with fire and sword, retired to Acarnania with booty of all kinds.
Beyond that and across the Acheloos rose the snowy mountains of Acarnania and Leukas, just touched by the rising sun.
These decrees were passed at Leucas, the capital of Acarnania, the place where all the states usually met in council.
However, the hope of recovering Acarnania principally moved them.
Acarnania and Aetolia; attempts to cultivate it elsewhere have generally proved unsuccessful.
The grand mountains of Acarnania to the south challenged especially to a nearer view.
The uninhabited tracts of country in Ætolia and Acarnania are not less adapted to the breeding of horses than Thessaly.