Cirta   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Cirta   - a city in Numidia
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118/9 Micipsa enlarges the city of Cirta, and places Greek settlers there.
112/4 Jugurtha besieges Cirta, and Adherbal sends a letter to the Roman sen
112/6 Jugurtha captures Cirta, and kills Adherbal.
106/14 chus in a second battle near Cirta, while on his way to winter quarte
46/7 P.Sittius captures Cirta, and forces Juba to return home.
    Within translations:
Diod_34.31   dherbal after fleeing to Cirta, where he was shut in and
Oros_4.18   army took refuge in Cirta, which, after being stormed,
Oros_5.15   frequent raids. 10 Finally at Cirta, an ancient city and the
Plin:HN_5.22   the latter the colony of Cirta, called Cirta of the Sitianii


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