Who named italy?

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Date created: Tue, Apr 13, 2021 11:47 AM
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Southern Italians spoke Oscan from 500 to 100 BCE. One of the oldest names in Italy is Enotria which comes from the Greek ôinos meaning wine. According to Aristotle and Thucydides, the king of Enotria was an Italic hero called Italus, and Italy was named after him.

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