Gaeta

Gaeta, a fortified seaport of S. Italy, finely situated on a steep promontory 50 m. NW. of Naples; it was a favourite watering-place of the ancient Roman nobility, and the beauty of its bay is celebrated by Virgil and Horace; it is rich in classic remains, and in its day has witnessed many sieges; the inhabitants are chiefly employed with fishing and a light coast trade.

Population (circa 1900) given as 17,000.

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

Gadshill * Gage, Thomas
Gabriel
Gabriel
Gabrielles d'Estrées
Gad
Gadames
Gaddi, Gaddo
Gaddi, Taddeo
Gaddi, Agnolo
Gades
Gadshill
Gaeta
Gage, Thomas
Gaia
Gaillard
Gainsborough, Thomas
Gaius
Galahad, Sir
Galaor
Galapágos
Galata
Galatea

Nearby

Links here from Chalmers

Conca, Sebastian
Leo X.
Pulzone, Scipio
Sabbatini, Andrea