a historical area of western coastline of Asia Minor in present-day chicken. It had been comprised of a team of cities created because of the Aeolians c. 1100 B.C.
An area of Ancient Greece that comprised the west and northwestern region of Asia Minor, mainly over the coast, and in addition a number of overseas islands (especially Lesbos), where in actuality the Aeolian Greek city-states were situated.
The typical genus of family Æolididæ (which see). Also spelled Eolis, since originally by Cuvier, 1798.
a historical seaside area of northwestern Asia small (including Lesbos) where in actuality the Aeolians founded several metropolitan areas around 1100 BC