Akrillai (Ἄκριλλαι in Greek and Acrillae in Latin) was an ancient Greek colony located in the modern province of Ragusa where the Sicilian town of Chiaramonte Gulfi stands today. The ruins of the old colony can be found in the contrada Piano del Conte-Morana and Piano Grillo. A necropolis dating from the 6th-5th century BC has been identified in the contrada Paraspola-Pirruna. The name appears in different forms among different authors: Akrilla, Akrille; in ancient sources: Akrillaiu; the name is variously written by Latin writers Acrilla and Acrille.

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  • Akrillai (Ἄκριλλαι in greco ed Acrillae o Acrillas in latino) era un'antica colonia greca situata nel territorio dell'odierno Chiaramonte Gulfi. I resti dell'antico sito si trovano in contrada da Piano del Conte-Morana e Piano Grillo, nelle immediate vicinanze del santuario della Beata Vergine Maria di Gulfi e del Villaggio Gulfi. Le necropoli del VI-V secolo a.C., scoperte dall'archeologo Corrado Melfi, si trovano nelle contrade Paraspola-Pipituna, Canalotto-Donna Pirruna. (it)
  • Akrillai (Ἄκριλλαι in Greek and Acrillae in Latin) was an ancient Greek colony located in the modern province of Ragusa where the Sicilian town of Chiaramonte Gulfi stands today. The ruins of the old colony can be found in the contrada Piano del Conte-Morana and Piano Grillo. A necropolis dating from the 6th-5th century BC has been identified in the contrada Paraspola-Pirruna. The name appears in different forms among different authors: Akrilla, Akrille; in ancient sources: Akrillaiu; the name is variously written by Latin writers Acrilla and Acrille. (en)
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  • Akrillai (Ἄκριλλαι in greco ed Acrillae o Acrillas in latino) era un'antica colonia greca situata nel territorio dell'odierno Chiaramonte Gulfi. I resti dell'antico sito si trovano in contrada da Piano del Conte-Morana e Piano Grillo, nelle immediate vicinanze del santuario della Beata Vergine Maria di Gulfi e del Villaggio Gulfi. Le necropoli del VI-V secolo a.C., scoperte dall'archeologo Corrado Melfi, si trovano nelle contrade Paraspola-Pipituna, Canalotto-Donna Pirruna. (it)
  • Akrillai (Ἄκριλλαι in Greek and Acrillae in Latin) was an ancient Greek colony located in the modern province of Ragusa where the Sicilian town of Chiaramonte Gulfi stands today. The ruins of the old colony can be found in the contrada Piano del Conte-Morana and Piano Grillo. A necropolis dating from the 6th-5th century BC has been identified in the contrada Paraspola-Pirruna. The name appears in different forms among different authors: Akrilla, Akrille; in ancient sources: Akrillaiu; the name is variously written by Latin writers Acrilla and Acrille. (en)
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