Eryx   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Eryx   - a city in western Sicily
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  + Erycina
277/12 Pyrrhus captures Eryx.
259/17 amarina and Enna, and transfers the inhabitants of Eryx to Drepanum.
249/17 L.Junius captures Eryx.
244/5 Hamilcar captures the town of Eryx.
243/12 Gallic mercenaries at Eryx desert from the Carthaginians to the Roman
243/13 Hamilcar attacks Fundanius near Eryx.
181/1 The temple of Venus Erycina is dedicated by L.Porcius.
    Within translations:
CIL_add.7 (early 1st cent.)   iness in Court. To Venus of Eryx. [The cult of Aphr
CIL_add.8 (1st cent. A.D.)   embly.] To Favor. To Venus Erycina outside the Col
Naev:Pun_39 Hamilcar on Mount Eryx (244-3 B.C.) harasses the Romans?
Poseidon_64 halfway between Syracuse and Eryx. [65] [251.K] & Strab_


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