Illyricum - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- Roman province, roughly equivalent to Illyria
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The Cimbri arrive in Illyricum and defeat Cn. Carbo.
vinces of Cisalpine Gaul and Illyricum, through a law proposed by Vat
Caesar visits Illyricum.
allowed to stay on as governor of Cisalpine Gaul and Illyricum.
cius*1 Q.Cornificius governs Illyricum wisely, and keeps it loyal to
the territory and army of P.Vatinius, the proconsul of Illyricum
of Caesar Augustus in [Illyricum; he was the firs
(1st cent. A.D.) e a chariot in triumph from Illyricum. [A Busines
Iapydes A tribe in northern Illyricum. Insubres A tribe
tribe, to the north of Illyricum, by the river Sava Sidi
tinius P.f., proconsul, & over Illyricum, pr. k.Sext.]
ributaries. As for Illyricum, Histri, Libyrni, and Dalmata
the sea, we gradually moved on Illyricum. The consul Laevi
sia and Dardania. Illyricus has 18 provinces: two of Nori
led and carried off into Illyricum, 19 and delivered to
the remotest parts of Illyricum under the direction of
of plunder, repaired to Illyricum, and, after spoiling
difficult march through Illyricum and Thrace, having trav
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