Aous   - in ancient sources @

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  Aous   - a river of southern Illyria, flowing into the Adriatic Sea
Wikipedia entry
198/3 Philippus takes up a strong position by the river Aous.
198/6 ace negotiations between Philippus and Flamininus by the river Aous.
198/7 omans attack Philippus and force him to retreat from the river Aous.
    Within translations:
AnthPal_7.366   tratus, the mouth of the Aous was fatal ; to you, Menander
ValMax_1.5e.2   they would lend the river Aeas, running by the walls, for
ValMax_9.8.2   sailed out of the river Aous into the mouth of the

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