Magna-graecia



[mag-nuh gree-shee-uh; Latin mahg-nah grahy-ki-ah] /ˈmæg nə ˈgri ʃi ə; Latin ˈmɑg nɑ ˈgraɪ kɪˌɑ/

noun
1.
the ancient colonial cities and settlements of Greece in S Italy.
/ˈmæɡnə ˈɡriːʃɪə/
noun
1.
(in the ancient world) S Italy, where numerous colonies were founded by Greek cities

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