Corduba   - in ancient sources @

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  Corduba   - a city in Baetica, southern Spain
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152/12 The foundation of Corduba, probably by Marcellus.
143/1 Fabius spends the winter at Corduba.
73/2 Some mountains near Corduba suddenly collapse.
48/51 troops and the garrison of Corduba openly rebel against Q.Cassius.
46/87 Caesar joins his army near Corduba.
45/14 Caear captures Corduba and other cities.
43/31 Cic:Fam_10.31, a letter from Pollio to Cicero, sent from Corduba.

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