Illyria

<i>(ilir'ēu)</i> Illyria (ilir'ēu) and Illyricum (ilir'ikum) , ancient region of the Balkan Peninsula. In prehistoric times a group of tribes speaking dialects of an Indo-European language swept down to the northern and eastern shores of the Adriatic and establish...
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Illyria

noun an uncertain region on the east shore of the Adriatic where an ancient Indo-European people once lived
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Illyria

[musical] Illyria is a musical, with book, music, and lyrics by Pete Mills, based on William Shakespeare`s Twelfth Night. It contains songs such as Patience, The Lady Must be Mad, The Man is Mine, Cakes and Ale, How These Things Start, The Lunatic, Save One, and Undone. It was written in 2004. ...
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Illyria

[play] Illyria is a play by Bryony Lavery, written in 2002 and published along with a collection of other plays in the book `Plays One` in 2007. The title of the play descends from Shakespeare`s play `Twelfth Night`, which is also set in a country called `Illyria`. Some allusions to Shakespeare`s play can be found in the play, such as inter...
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Illyria

[software] Illyria is the name for a piece of software running in interpreted mode under Lisp programming language. It is primarily used in educational institutions to demonstrate the principles of inference engines. ...
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Illyria

Ancient name for the eastern coastal region of the Adriatic, north of the Gulf of Corinth. Its three constituent districts were Dalmatia, Iapydia, and Liburnia. It later formed the Roman province of...
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Illyria

Ancient name for the eastern coastal region of the Adriatic, north of the Gulf of Corinth. Its three constituent districts were Dalmatia, Iapydia, and Liburnia. It later formed the Roman province of Illyricum. The Albanians are the survivors of its ancient peoples. Greek colonies were established along the Illyrian coast in the 7th or early 6th cen...
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Illyria

northwestern part of the Balkan Peninsula, inhabited from about the 10th century onward by the Illyrians, an Indo-European people. At the height of ... [5 related articles]
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Illyria

[n] - an uncertain region on the east shore of the Adriatic where an ancient Indo-European people once lived
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