Eubœa

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Eubœa

  1. Archaic form of Euboea.
    • 1903, E.E.G. and Frank Byron Jevons, The Makers of Hellas: A Critical Inquiry Into the Philosophy and Religion of Ancient Greece, page 51 (and many other occurrences) (C. Griffin and Company, Limited):
      Now, wending our way eastwards, we have in the long narrow island of Eubœa a most remarkable phenomenon. Fragment for fragment, it corresponds precisely to that part of Middle Greece from which it was torn.