Eubœa

Eubœa, the largest of the Grecian Isles, skirts the mainland on the SE., to which it is connected by a bridge spanning the Talanta Channel, 40 yards broad; it is about 100 m. in length; has fine quarries of marble, and mines of iron and copper are found in the mountains; Chalcis is the chief town.

Population (circa 1900) given as 82,000.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Etty, William * Euclid of Alexandria
Étienne, St.
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Ettmüller, Ernst Moritz Ludwig
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Etty, William
Eubœa
Euclid of Alexandria
Euclid of Megara
Eudæmonism
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Eugene, François, Prince of Savoy
Eugénie, ex-Empress of the French
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