Danube - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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Dardani, but suffer heavy losses while crossing the river Danube.
Curio advances into Thrace, as far as the river Danube.
M.Lucullus advances as far as the river Danube.
penetrate all the way to the Danube. Under Julius Octav
are, but the Nile, the Danube, the Rhine, and far above
rivers of Europe, the Ister,* rises from only a few
the districts around the Ister, from whom they call the
dvance] beyond the river Danube; he [routed] the arm
the Nile or the mouth of the Danube (Scr. Inc.). All exp
Thracian tribe, by the river Danube Hernici A Sabine tri
it reached all the way to the Danube. After Antiochus
nquest of Gaul? He crossed the Danube once, I crossed the
were by nature herself, the Danube and the Euphrates.
the tribes beyond the Danube, and I subdued the Getae,
the very banks of the Danube, from whom my own family
if the bridge over the Ister were broken down, his retre
rect at the mouth of the Ister, requesting an unobstructed
at the conflux of the Danube and Save, and took the nam
Philippus near the river Danube at an age of more than nin
a bridge over the river Hister for the transport of his
of the bridge over the Hister, Darius fled back in alarm
For at that time the Danube, which is also called the
and Asia; Dacia beyond the Danube was lost forever. The Quadi
In a campaign on the Danube he crushed the Goths in
The Goths fled across the Danube and were received by Valens
iscolours, and rapacious Danube, and the Dacian (?) Apulia
that was made over the Danube: which they refusing to
you did look down on the Danube and the long course of the
(171/0) o dwell] beyond the [Danube and who once previously
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