Thrace

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Thrace in yellow.

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From Latin Thrācia, from Ancient Greek Θρᾴκη ‎(Thrāíkē), from Θρᾷξ ‎(Thrāîx, Thracian), from base of θράσσω ‎(thrássō, to trouble, stir) and -ιξ ‎(-ix) (compare Φοίνιξ ‎(Phoínix, Phoenician) and Κίλιξ ‎(Kílix, Cilician)).

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Thrace

  1. A historical and geographic area in southeast Europe, now divided between Greece, Bulgaria and Turkey.

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