There was one more evidence of war as we drew near to Tenedos, with its medival fortress.
Paches reassured them, and sent them in safe custody to Tenedos.
He is even now ready to give the island of Tenedos to them—the key to the Dardanelles——'
The islands of Lemnos and Tenedos were recovered by the Porte.
Homer describes an island off the coast, named Tenedos, and a mountain near called Mount Ida.
The whole of the fleet had lain for days at their anchorage behind Tenedos.
I have had no sleep since I left Tenedos, but to-night I feel very fresh, although the day has been long and busy.
By order of the Vice-Admiral this ship is to anchor at Tenedos.
Between the last-named mounds we see projecting above the high shores of the gean Sea the island of Tenedos.
Leaving this behind them, they sailed, ostensibly for home, in reality for Tenedos.