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Lisbona (AD 1572)

Lisbona (AD 1572)
Lisboa ("Civitates orbis terrarum", 1572): ao fundo, o Castelo de S. Jorge.

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Demetrius Chryssikos
Demetrius Chryssikos
The name of Lisbon can be traced back to Phoenician times, according to one of several conjectures on the origin of Lisbon's toponymy, or alternatively, to the legend that Odysseus founded Lisbon. Another conjecture suggests that the settlement took the name of the pre-Roman word for the Tagus (Lisso or Lucio). Lisbon's name was written Ulyssippo in Latin by the geographer Pomponius Mela, a native of Hispania. It was later referenced as "Olisippo" by Pliny the Elder and by the Greeks as Olissipo (Ὀλισσιπών) or Olissipona (Ὀλισσιπόνα).
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