- the largest of the Ionian Islands, off the W coast of Greece. 287 sq. mi. (743 sq. km).
Greek Ke·fal·li·ní·a [ke-fah-lee-nee-ah] /kɛˌfɑ liˈni ɑ/.
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Yet these are the terms in which he wrote to his two correspondents at Cephalonia.My Recollections of Lord Byron
Thus, on his arrival at Cephalonia, he informs us that Robert Guiscard died there.Early Travels in Palestine
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The next island, Cephalonia, is the largest of the Ionian group.Mentone, Cairo, and Corfu
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Arriving at Cephalonia he made a journey to Ithaca for a few days.
Such was the result of the first council of Cephalonia, if one may venture the allusion.The Life of Lord Byron
- a mountainous island in the Ionian Sea, the largest of the Ionian Islands, off the W coast of Greece. Pop: 36 404 (2001). Area: 935 sq km (365 sq miles)Modern Greek name: Kephallinía
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