A city of southeast Sicily, Italy, on the Ionian Sea south-southeast of Catania. Founded by colonists from Corinth in the eighth century bc , it reached the height of its power in the fifth century but fell to the Romans in 212.
City in central N.Y.
A city of central New York east-southeast of Rochester. Established as an Onondagan trading post near a large salt deposit, it became a major saltworks in the 1800s and is now the site of Syracuse University.
Seaport on the SE coast of Sicily: in ancient times, a Greek city-state.