acroceraunia defined in 1939 yearacroceraunia - Acroceraunia (Greek akros, highest; keraunos, thunderbolt);
acroceraunia - Promontory of Albania, now called Cape Glossa or Cape Linguetta. It had an evil repute in classical times, especially among sailors, and Horace refers to its ill-famed rocks. Shelley mentions it in his poem Arethusa, as does Tennyson in his short poem, To E. L. on his Travels in Greece.
near acroceraunia in Knolik
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