Illyricum   - in ancient sources @

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  Illyricum   - Roman province, roughly equivalent to Illyria
Wikipedia entry
  + Illyricus
113/8 The Cimbri arrive in Illyricum and defeat Cn. Carbo.
59/23 vinces of Cisalpine Gaul and Illyricum, through a law proposed by Vat
57/47 Caesar visits Illyricum.
50/51 allowed to stay on as governor of Cisalpine Gaul and Illyricum.
48/51a cius*1 Q.Cornificius governs Illyricum wisely, and keeps it loyal to
43/6 the territory and army of P.Vatinius, the proconsul of Illyricum
    Within translations:
CIL_add.1   of Caesar Augustus in [Illyricum; he was the firs
CIL_add.8   (1st cent. A.D.)   e a chariot in triumph from Illyricum. [A Busines
FastTr__I   Iapydes A tribe in northern Illyricum. Insubres A tribe
FastTr__S   tribe, to the north of Illyricum, by the river Sava Sidi
FastTr_p109   tinius P.f., proconsul, & over Illyricum, pr. k.Sext.]
Festus:Brev_3   ributaries. As for Illyricum, Histri, Libyrni, and Dalmata
Festus:Brev_7   the sea, we gradually moved on Illyricum. The consul Laevi
Festus:Brev_8   sia and Dardania. Illyricus has 18 provinces: two of Nori
Just_17.3   led and carried off into Illyricum, 19 and delivered to
Just_24.4   the remotest parts of Illyricum under the direction of
Just_32.3   of plunder, repaired to Illyricum, and, after spoiling
Just_38.4   difficult march through Illyricum and Thrace, having trav
Obseq_11   flowed. The king of Illyricum, Gentius, and Perses of
Oros_4.20.30   Perseus went over into Illyricum, where he attacked and
Oros_5.23   proconsul Cosconius was awarded Illyricum. Two years after he
Oros_6.7   Transalpina, Cisalpina, and Illyricum, with seven legions
Oros_7.25   in two: the former took Illyricum, Asia, and the East; the
Plin:HN_3.45   miles, from Epirus and Illyricum, 50 miles, from Africa,
Plinius:Ep_3.16   started a rebellion in Illyricum against Claudius, Paetu

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