Spalato

Spalato, a historic and flourishing town of Dalmatia, finely situated on a promontory on the E. side of the Adriatic, 160 m. SE. of Fiume; a place of considerable antiquity, and one of the great cities of the Roman world; is chiefly famed for the vast palace built by Diocletian, and which became his residence after his abdication; subsidiary buildings and grounds were enclosed by walls, within which now a considerable part of the town stands; the noblest portions of the palace are still extant; the modern town carries on an active trade in grain, wine, cattle, etc.; is noted for its liqueurs.

Population (circa 1900) given as 15,000.

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

Spain * Spalding
Southwark
Southwell, Robert
Souvestre, Émile
Souza, Madame de
Sowerby Bridge
Soy
Soyer, Alexis
Spa
Spahi
Spain
Spalato
Spalding
Spallanzani, Lazaro
Spandau
Spanheim, Friedrich
Spanish Main
Sparks, James
Sparta
Spartacus
Spasmodic School
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Barkham, John
Dominis, Mark Antony De
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Morton, Thomas
Rainolds, John
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