Tene, La, near the north end of the Lake of Neuchatel (q.v.), was the seat of a characteristic type of prehistoric culture.
Tengri Nor. See Tibet.
Ten'terden, a municipal borough in the Weald of Kent, 13 miles SW. of Ashford and 7 1/2 S. by E. of Headcorn station. The church has a noble Perpendicular tower, built in the 15th c, and associated by legend with the Goodwin Sands (q.v.). Pop. 3250.
Tepic, a town in the Mexican territory of Tepic, 30 miles E. by S. of San Blas. Pop. 15,000.
Teplitz (Tay'plitz), a watering-place of Bohemia, in a beautiful valley near the Erzgebirge, 20 miles NW. of Leitmeritz by rail. The baths, supplied from a dozen alkalo-saline springs, are taken very hot, and are good for gout, rheumatism, etc. One spring is used for drinking. Pop., with Schonau, 24,420. Some 7000 bathers come here yearly, besides many more mere visitors.
Terai (Te-ri'). See Himalaya.
Ter'amo (anc. Interamna), an Italian cathedral city, 84 miles S. of Ancona. Pop. 8650.
Terceira. See Azores.
Terek, a stream of the Caucasus, flowing 350 miles NE. to the Caspian.
Ternate (Ter-nah'tay). See Moluccas.
Terni (i as ee), a cathedral city of Central Italy, 70 miles NNE. of Rome by rail. About 2 miles off is the cataract of Velino, 500 feet high, celebrated in Childe Harold. Terni is the ancient Interamna Umbrica, perhaps the birthplace of Tacitus. Pop. 9415.
Terrano'va, a seaport on the south coast of Sicily, 60 miles W. of Syracuse. Pop. 16,440.
Territet (Ter-ri-tay'), a village adjoining Mon-treux (q.v.).
Terschelling (Ter-skel'ling), one of the chain of islands N. of Holland. Area, 45 sq. m.