Sardinia

Sardinia, an island of the Mediterranean, 170 m. long and 75 m. broad, the second largest, Sicily being larger, and to the S. of Corsica; is since 1859 part of the kingdom of Italy; it has a fruitful soil, and presents a diversified surface of hill and valley; the chief export is salt, and there are extensive fisheries; the capital is Cagliari, in the S.; it is rich in mineral resources, but the exploitation of these is in a backward state.

Population (circa 1900) given as 682,000.

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

Sardanapálus * Sardis
Sapphire
Sappho
Saracens
Saragossa
Sarasate, Martin Meliton
Sarasvati
Saratoff
Saratoga Springs
Sara`wak
Sardanapálus
Sardinia
Sardis
Sardou, Victorien
Sarmatians
Sarpedon
Sarpi, Paul
Sarto, Andreo del
Sartor Resartus
Saskatchewan
Sassari
Satan

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