ARTEMI`SIUM, a promontory N. of Euboea, near which Xerxes lost part of his fleet, 480 B.C.
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Confervae, Gramineae two or three, Ranunculus, Potamogeton, one species immersa; Mentha, Sium.
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They both met at Brundu'sium, and it was now thought that the flames of civil war were going to blaze out once more.
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ARTEMI'SIUM, a promontory in Euboea, an island of the Aegean, near which several naval battles between the Greeks and Persians were fought, 480 B.C.
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