Apennines - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a mountain range in the centre of Italy
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Hannibal crosses the Apennines.
** like rivers from the Apennines, in different directions, so that
to that height of the Apennine Mountains which is c
20,000 paces through the Apennine range; sum was assig
of the Ligurians over the Apennines, on his way to Etruria.
the above-mentioned lie the Apennines, the largest range of
about the middle of the Apennine chain in the territory of
away.  Next comes the Apennine forest of Sila, and the
while the ranges of the Apennines fence it in on either
Ariminium, the Po and the Apennines. On its coast are the
receives navigable rivers from the Apennines and the Alps, but also
foot of the Apennine_Mountains Apennines, and across the Alps
the middle region between the Apennines and the Po.  Three
in the district beyond the Apennines. Also wherever it occurs it
sand is found from the Apennines as far as the Po,
are ascending. The Apennines lie behind it, but at a consi
You brought these men from the Apennines to slaughter the
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