Cynoscephalae   - in ancient sources @

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  Cynoscephalae   - hills in Thessaly; site of a Roman victory in 197 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
197/17 Flamininus defeats Philippus at the battle of Cynoscephalae.
    Within translations:
Alcaeus_7.247   donians slain at the battle of Cynoscephalae (B.C. 197),
Ennius:Ann_320   ment after the battle of Cynoscephalae & & L & [322-3] &
Ennius:Ann_333   stars [333-5] & The Battle of Cynoscephalae, 197 B.C. ;
Oros_4.20   vanquished King Philip in battle and also the Thracians,

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