Dalmatia   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Dalmatia   - a region on the east coast of the Adriatic Sea
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  + Dalmatae , Dalmatian , Dalmatians
157/5 The Romans send a commission under C.Fannius to Dalmatia.
157/11 The Romans declare war on the Dalmatians.
156/5 The Dalmatians defeat the consul Figulus.
155/11 the Romans not to demand troops from Locri during the Dalmatian War.
155/12 Scipio Nasica captures Delminium; the end of the Dalmatian War.
118/4 L.Metellus defeats the Dalmatians.
51/33 The Dalmatians capture Promona, a city of the Liburnians, and defeat
49/56 M.Octavius, one of Pompeius' officers, off the Dalmatian coast.
34/9 Octavianus attacks the Dalmatians.
33/5 The Dalmatians surrender to Octavianus.
    Within translations:
Athen_09.369 [ Fr_19 ], concerning Dalmatia, says that there are som
CIL_3.14625 _3.14625 Narona, in Dalmatia. To imp. Cae
FastTr_p105 sica, consul (II)], & over the Dalmatians ... ] & & [about
FastTr_p106 maticus, proconsul, & over the Dalmatians, 3 n on... ] [11
Festus:Brev.3 um, Histri, Libyrni, and Dalmatae were mastered; it passed
Festus:Brev.8 nnonias, Valeria, Savia, Dalmatia, Moesia Superior, Dardan
Hieron:Chron_2020 had triumphed over the Dalmatians, died in his 80th year
Hieron:Chron_2023 ius Caesar conquered the Dalmatians and Sarmatians, and
Ovid:Cons_377 ready to flee, and the Dalmatian, at last a suppliant,
Poseidon_19 Athen_9.369'c-d & Produce of Dalmatia: turnips and carro


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