Cantabri   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Cantabri   - a tribe living on the north coast of Spain
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  + Cantabrian , Cantabrians
Athen_14.658   are cured, equal to the Cantabrian hams.' The comic poet
Cassiod:Chr_729   consuls, Caesar conquered the Cantabri, Germans, and Sala
Cassiod:Chr_730   these consuls, the Astures and Cantabri were conquered by
Festus:Brev_5   timately, too, the Cantabrians and Asturians, who, relying
Hieron:Chron_1997   [not in Ar.] A revolt of the Cantabri was suppressed.
Oros_1.2.70   as the territory of the Cantabri and the Astures; from this
Oros_5.7   lands of the Vaccaei and Cantabri. 3 For a period of
Oros_6.8   army of the Aquitani and Cantabri - fifty thousand of the
Oros_6.20   when he had brought the Cantabrian War to an end and
Oros_6.21   away this reward from his Cantabrian victory: he could now order
Plin:HN_4.111   the nine states of the Cantabri, the river Sauga, the port
Plin:HN_34.149   In the coastal part of Cantabria washed by the Atlantic there
Plin:HN_34.158   the neighbouring country of Cantabria has large quantities of


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