He had wandered to the islands of the Pacific, and his comrades buried him in an island of the gean.
It was evidently hoped to secure a base for the fleet in the gean Sea.
In due course of time, this alphabet travelled across the gean Sea and entered Greece.
Nor was she able to send a fleet into the gean Sea, as had been promised.
He was a native of Samos, an island in the gean sea, and flourished about five hundred years before the Christian era.
It took possession of several of the islands in the gean Sea.
Crete itself bars on the south the entrance to the gean, and is almost a little continent, self-contained and self-sufficing.
It now rests upon the gean; we are almost within sight of Europe.
Next, we find in Homer a widely spread connection between Thessaly and the islands which form as it were the base of the gean sea.
The majority of the gean islands were, then, other than Greek.