Lusitania (disambiguation)

Lusitania (Disambiguation)

Lusitania (disambiguation)

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Lusitania is the ancient Roman province in western Hispania (or Iberia), corresponding to most of modern Portugal.

The word Lusitania may also refer to:
  • Lusitanians, the original Indo-European inhabitants of Lusitania (Proto-Celt)
  • Lusitano, a breed of horses in Portugal
  • Lusitanic, which refers to the shared linguistic and cultural traditions of the Lusophone (Portuguese-speaking) nations
  • Kingdom of Northern Lusitania, proposed by Napoleon for the king of Etruria in Northwestern Portugal
  • Lusitania , a genus of green algae in the Coccomyxaceae family.
  • Lusitania , a planet settled mostly by Portuguese-speaking Brazilians in Orson Scott Card's Ender series
  • Ships
    • RMS Lusitania, (built 1907) the 30,396 tons British ocean liner sunk by a German U-Boat in World War I on the 7 May 1915
    • Lusitania, (built 1906) 5,537 ton Portuguese liner wrecked on Bellows Rock, south of Cape Point on 18 April 1911
    • Lusitania, (built 1871) 3,912 British cargo ship wrecked on 26 June 1901 north of Cape Ballard, Newfoundland
  • Terror at Sea, a movie based on the disaster.
  • Lusitania , a 2003 album by Fairweather.
  • A popular size of cigar of the Cuban Partagas brand.
  • A popular member of British Railways Class 40 English Electric Type 4 locomotive - D225 (later re-numbered 40025)

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