Celtiberia   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Celtiberia   - a region in north central Spain
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  + Celtiberi , Celtiberian , Celtiberians
207/17 Silanus defeats Hanno and Mago in Celtiberia.
196/19 Blasio celebrates an ovation, over the Celtiberi.
195/18 M.Helvius celebrates an ovation, over the Celtiberi.
194/3 fails to bring the Turdetani and their Celtiberian allies to battle.
183/4 A.Terentius defeats the Celtiberi in the territory of the Ausetani.
181/8 Flaccus defeats the Celtiberi near Aebura and captures Contrebia.
180/5 Q.Flaccus defeats the Celtiberi at Saltus Manlianus.
179/18 Gracchus subdues the Celtiberi.
178/5 The triumph of Gracchus, over the Celtiberi.
174/6 Ap.Claudius defeats the Celtiberi.
174/11 ion for his victory over the Celtiberi, after the consular elections
154/12 ause of the enlargement of Segeda; the start of the Celtiberian War.
153/7 The Celtiberi, led by (?) Carus, kill 6000 Roman soldiers in an ambus
153/12 The Celtiberi ambush Roman cavalry reinforcements, and kill their lea
152/4 Marcellus forces the Celtiberi to come to terms.
151/2a The senate rejects Celtiberian peace terms.
151/6 escriptions of the "fiery war" between the Romans and the Celtiberi.
151/7 The Celtiberi surrender to Marcellus: end of the Celtiberian War.
151/7 The Celtiberi surrender to Marcellus: end of the Celtiberian War.
142/6 Cotius defeats a Celtiberian champion called ? Tyresius in combat,
93/1 The triumph of T.Didius, over the Celtiberi.
81/36 of Murena, over Mithridates, and Flaccus, from Celtiberia and Gaul.
75/21 Further skirmishes between Pompeius and Sertorius in Celtiberia.
    Within translations:
Cassiod:Chr_601 because of the sudden war in Celtiberia. [619] &   Ser
CIL_add.7 (early 1st cent.)   ssful battle with the Celtiberi where his cavalry p
Diod_33.24 ys: "The Lusitanians and Celtiberians make great threats
FastTr__C rth-east border of Italy Celtiberi A powerful tribe in cen
FastTr_p102 allowed] an ovation [over the Celtiberi ...] [195/4] &
FastTr_p103 [proconsul, & over the Celt]iberi and Spaniards, 3 non.F
FastTr_p104 nsul], & an ovation from Celtiberia in Spain, [k.Mart.]
FastTr_p107 oconsul, & from Spain over the Celtiberi, 4 id.Jun. (10th
Festus:Brev.5 nquered them. The Celtiberians in Spain often rebelled,
GranLic_32 Valerius Flaccus, [p32] from Celtiberia and Gaul. The
Plut:Mor_199 and in danger. The Celtiberi offered for two hundred
Plut:Mor_200 hich then had an army in Celtiberia, to send them both to
Poseidon_51 tribute of 600 talents from Celtiberia. [52] [243.K]
Sall:Hist_2.9 anour and their beards. In the Celtiberian war and . . .


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