• Gallia Aquitania - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aquitania Gallia Aquitania (Latin pronunciation: [ˈɡalːia akʷiːˈtaːnia] [1]), also known as Aquitaine or Aquitaine Gaul, was a province of the Roman Empire.
  • RMS Aquitania - Ocean Liners

    www.ocean-liners.com/ships/aquitania.asp Statistics. These statistics are derived from NRP Bonsor, North Atlantic Seaway, 5 vols, David & Charles, 1975-80. Cunard is covered in volume 1.
  • Aquitania Home - Atlantic Liners

    atlanticliners.com/aquitania_home.htm The stately Aquitania seen in port profile. This view shows off her clean lines and long bow. She was a unique and beautiful creation, the ultimate expression of the ...
    • Aquitaine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

      en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aquitaine Aquitaine (English / ... Ancient history. There are traces of human settlement by prehistoric peoples, especially in the Périgord, ...
    • Aquitania - Chris' Cunard Page - History of Cunard's Aquitania

      chriscunard.com/aquitania.php Aquitania. To combat the highly luxurious liners of the White Star Line, including Olympic and Titanic, Cunard commissioned the construction of a new transatlantic liner.
    • Aquitania - The Ship Beautiful

      www.bryking.com/aquitania Aquitania. With a long and illustrious career – spanning the two World Wars – Aquitania was the longest serving ship in the Cunard fleet and was a favorite among ...