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PELOPONNESE (Gr. Pelos' Island), also PELOPONNESUS.
The name for southern Greece, the large peninsula sometimes known as the Morea, because its outline resembles that of a mulberry leaf. It is an individual mountainous system of about 8,600 square miles, reaching at its apex an elevation of 7,875 feet. It is attached to the mainland by the slender Isthmus of Corinth, which has the Corinthian Gulf on the west and the Saronic Gulf on the east. The chief divisions of the country in ancient times were:
ARCADIA, in the center,
ACHAIA, to the north,
ELIS, to the west,
MESSENIA, to the southwest,
LACONIA, to the south-east,
ARGOLIS, to the northeast.