Dyrrachium   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Dyrrachium   (previously, Epidamnus) - a city on the coast of Illyria
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314/12 Cassander invades Illyria, and captures Epidamnus.
313/24 the garrisons left by Cassander to abandon Apollonia and Epidamnus.
229/4 The Illyrians attack Epidamnus but fail to capture it.
229/11 The Romans relieve Epidamnus.
228/2 The Romans rename Epidamnus to Dyrrachium.
228/2 The Romans rename Epidamnus to Dyrrachium.
57/2 _5.4, letters from Cicero at Dyrrachium to Atticus and to Metellus
48/8 Pompeius reaches Dyrrachium shortly in advance of Caesar.
48/20 Pompeius and Caesar take up positions around Dyrrachium.
48/33 Caesar withdraws from Dyrrachium and marches inland towards Thessaly.
48/43 lead Pompeius' remaining forces, and hastily leaves Dyrrachium.
    Within translations:
DioCass_fr.49 and despatched an army against Epidamnus and Apollonia.
Plut:Mor_206 ssage from Brundisium to Dyrrachium, unknown to all he wen
Polyaen_04.11.4 distance of a day's march from Epidamnus. After that, he
Polyaen_08.19.1 ded for his ransom two cities, Epidamnus and Apollonia.
Polyaen_08.23.12 Caesar wished to capture Dyrrachium, which then belonged
Polyaen_08.23.26 After the defeat at Dyrrachium, Caesar's men surrend
Syll_560 (c. 207/6)   ncil and people of Epidamnos to reply to the Mag
Syll_638 (soon after 178)   as and Kleostratos of Dyrrachion the son of Damar


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