Germany   - in ancient sources @

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  Germany   - a region in northern Europe, to the east of the river Rhine
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  + German , Germania , Germanies , Germans
221/14 cellus over the Insubres and Germans, in which he carries back the
72/17 Gellius defeats and kills Crixus, the leader of the German slaves.
71/8 and defeats a detachment of German slaves separated from Spartacus'
71/10 ssus annihilates the army of German slaves led by Castus and Cannicus
71/21 The German king Ariovistus enters Gaul at the invitation of the Sequa
61/20 The German king Ariovistus defeats the Gauls at Magetobriga.
59/30 establishes Ariovistus, the king of the Germans, as a Roman ally.
58/43 and the Aedui urge Caesar to make war on the German king Ariovistus.
58/49 Caesar quells a mutiny in his army, caused by fear of the Germans.
55/17 Two German tribes, the Usipetes and Tencteri, cross the Rhine and inv
55/18 The Germans agree to withdraw under the terms of a truce with Caesar.
55/21 Some of the Germans break the truce; their elders visit Caesar to apo
55/22 Caesar attacks the German camp by surprise, and slaughters everyone
53/33 The Sugambri, a German tribe, make a surprise attack on the camp
Tacitus,- TACITUS, Germania
    Within translations:
AnthPal_11.235   paraphrase, " The Germans in Greek are sadly to seek, Exc
Athen_4.153   Indian fashion." But the Germans, as Poseidonius relates
Cassiod:Chr_729   Caesar conquered the Cantabri, Germans, and Salassi. [730]
CIL_6.40330   augur; proclaimed imperator in Germany. CIL_6.40959
Crinag_9.291   rse of the Roman arms in Germany Not though Ocean arouses
Crinag_16.61   menia subdued by his hands and Germany as he went down the
ExcBarb_34A   ver He gave the whole of Germany [? or Carmania] to Tripol
FastTr_p101   the Insubrian Gauls and the Germans, k.Mart. (1st March
Festus:Brev_6   Maxima Sequanorum, two Germanies, two Belgicas, two Lugd
Hieron:Chron_1961   sed the Rhine and defeated the Germans. 181.2 . [1962] [no
Hieron:Chron_1966   [1966] Caesar conquered the Germans and Gauls. 182.3
Hieron:Chron_2000   [1998 in Ar.] The Germans began an armed uprising, but
Hieron:Chron_2008   Ar.] Tiberius conquered the Germans and was proclaimed
Julian:Caes_320   crossed the Rhine twice. The German conquest again is
Julian:Caes_324   while you subdued the Germans and Gauls were preparing
Julian:Caes_325   ccessful campaigns against the Germans. [326] When I becam
Julian:Caes_329   fought against Romans, Germans and Scythians, instead
Julian:Mis_359   had to do with Celts and Germans and the Hercynian forest
Just_38.4   me, too, the Cimbri from Germany, many thousands of wild
Obseq_71   After an ambush by the Germans the Romans were surrounded and
Obseq_72   In Drusus' camp in Germany a swarm of bees settled
Oros_1.2.30   also find Gothia); and finally, Germania, the main part of which
Ovid:Cons_271   3.271] But for you Germania, no right of pardon remains;
Ovid:Cons_329   bears the standards of Germany and the illustrious fame
Ovid:Cons_377   ountain summits, and the German world that Romans but late
Ovid:Cons_445   of me, as conqueror of Germany, a world unknown, who die
Plinius:Ep_2.1   der of the army of upper Germany, he had put down the revo
Plinius:Ep_3.5   gratitude. "The German Wars," twenty volumes; - this
Plinius:Ep_6.15   legate in Britain, Upper Germany, and Syria, and governor
Plinius:Ep_8.23   te, and was passing from Germany into Pannonia, Avitus was
Plinius:Ep_10.10   Rome as possible. (*) & From Germany, in 99 A.D. [11]
Polyaen_8.23.4   ong enough to engage the Germans, who had offered him batt
Poseidon_22   ing and drinking habits of the Germans. Book 34 [23] [74.K
Sall:Hist_3.64   and his fellow Gauls and Germans wanted to go out to confr
ValMax_5.5.3   Drusus lay dangerously ill in Germany, in terrible shock he rushed

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