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Aegium

[ ee-jee-uhm ]
/ ˈi dʒi əm /
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noun

a town in ancient Achaea, on the Gulf of Corinth: the Achaean League met here.

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Example sentences from the Web for Aegium

  • Then, still with the sea before us, we are at Aegium, a name full of memories of ancient Greece.

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  • Not that I believe them, any more than I believe that Aegium story, about your being a changeling.

  • Thus died Aratus at Aegium, when holding the office of general of the league for the seventeenth time.

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