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  • Info Attica is a historical region that encompasses the city of Athens, the capital of Greece. more...
  • In due season, they came within sight of the coast of Attica, which was their native country. Cited from Tanglewood Tales, by Nathaniel Hawthorne
  • Attica, with its approximately seven hundred square miles of territory, was an average-size City-State. Cited from The History Of Education, By Ellwood P. Cubberley
  • The girl's father lived at Attica, and an older sister of her's met us. Cited from The Use and Need of the Life of Carry A. Nation
  • I had left at Attica most of what they were. Cited from The Man Without a Country and Other Tales, by Edward E. Hale
  • Some had no doubt immigrated to Attica when the rest had long been settled there.
  • He reformed the state's prison administration and built a new state prison at Attica.
  • The most important areas of production, apart from Attica, were in Southern Italy.
  • Some foreign guest, no doubt, transmitted to him the plant, which he introduced into Attica. Cited from The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction, Vol. 13, No. 370
  • Athens is situated about three miles from the sea-coast, in the central plain of Attica. Cited from A Smaller History of Greece, by William Smith
  • It is part of the Islands regional unit of the Attica region.
  • The general sterility of Attica was the great safety of her people in their early history. Cited from Mosaics of Grecian History, by Willson & Willson
  • It is the seat of administration of the East Attica regional unit.
  • For only hold up before me in like manner a book, and you may lead me all round Attica, and over the wide world. Cited from Phaedrus, by Plato, Trans by Ben. Jowett
  • The city lay in a plain, somewhat in the south central part of Attica, and about four miles back from the sea. Cited from A Day In Old Athens, William Stearns Davis
  • Attica was full of slaves -- yet the love of liberty was its characteristic. Cited from American Eloquence, Volume II (of 4), by Various
  • This was the case for many of the small-scale farmers of Attica.
  • Especially Attica was the home of well-known artists.
  • His house after his death in Dafni, Attica has been converted to a museum.
  • During this period, Athens succeeded in bringing the other towns of Attica under its rule.
  • Two months after her release, there was a prison uprising at Attica.
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Meaning of Attica

  • noun The territory of athens in ancient greece where the ionic dialect was spoken