Alps - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- mountains to the north of Italy
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+ Alpine , Alpini
suffect consuls, Veturius and Lutatius, advance as far as the Alps.
Hannibal leads his army up into the Alps.
Hannibal descends from the Alps.
band of Gauls crosses the Alps and settles near Aquileia.
Carthage and Masinissa, from Alpine states complaining about C.Cassiu
Q.Marcius defeats the Styni, an Alpine tribe.
The Teutones march towards the Alps.
Catulus retreats from the Alps as the Cimbri advance.
Pompeius crosses the Alps.
nds both consuls to face Spartacus, who is heading towards the Alps.
Ser.Galba is driven out of the Alps by the Veragri.
The triumph of L.Antonius, from the Alps.
and wide over the icy Alps; a witness too in the poor
which are now called the Alps, (they are mountains in Gaul
and you deep-valleyed Alps that look down on the nearby
ed. Under the high Alps the shock-headed robbers, when the
ibe in Campania Carni An Alpine tribe, on the north-east
etween the Rhone and the Alps Sassinates Inhabitants of
M.f. M.n., consul, & from the Alps, [k.Jan.] (1st January
the state, the Maritime Alps, Cottian, Raetian, and Noric
uls from Italy; when the Alps had been crossed, he battled
conquered heights of the Alps, and places uninhabitable
late from the foe their Alpine hiding-places, and won ren
witness the Rhine and Alpine valleys and Isargus, whose
ice of the snowy Celtic Alps or the iron-bearing soil of
considerable town in the Alps, and his friends said, they
rived at the foot of the Alps, and found the mountains occ
they live around the Italian Alps.  [277.K] & Strab
hroat of Italy, from the Alps into Spain; & and over thos
ian forces [withdrew] into the Alps. The Terentuni were
the other side of the Alps some of the slave girls, who
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