In Zacynthus and about Dyrrachium and Apollonia are springs which discharge a great quantity of pitch with their water.
The whole assembly declaring their assent, and Diophanes not daring to give further opposition, Zacynthus was ceded to the Romans.
I saw you talking with Snnica the rich, she whom her friends call the most beautiful woman in Zacynthus.
Assembling a small force at Zacynthus, he sailed to Sicily and was received with demonstrations of joy.
Here was the cradle of the city, relic of the companions of Zacynthus as they established themselves among the rude indigenes.
On Point Leukimme they posted their land forces, and a thousand heavy infantry who had come from Zacynthus to their assistance.
We passed between the fertile and indented shore of the mainland, and the islands of Cythera, Zacynthus, and Cephallenia.
But he lay still, breathing heavily, and he stirred but once—that was when they neared Zacynthus.