[ahl-kuh-moh, al-; Italian ahl-kah-maw]
- a city in NW Sicily, Italy, near the site of the ancient Greek settlement of Segesta.
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That evening they reached Alcamo, a large town, where they were received with enthusiasm.Out with Garibaldi
G. A. Henty
The "Relievo dei Cavalli" at Alcamo offers no relief for you!
Between Ciullo d' Alcamo and his successors there is some gap of time, and a corresponding want of gradation.Euphorion
We reached Alcamo in the evening; a well-built town, that contains above 8,000 inhabitants.A Jar of Honey from Mount Hybla