Istria - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a region on the north-east coast of the Adriatic Sea
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+ Histri , Histrians , Istri , Istrian , Istrians
The consuls subdue the Istrians.
Manlius attacks the Istrians; he is saved from an ambush by the bravery
provinces of Sardinia and Istria are allotted to the new consuls.
Claudius completes the conquest of Istria.
audius celebrates a double triumph, over the Istrians and Ligurians.
Octavianus founds more Roman colonies, including Pola in Istria.
triumph over the Iapydes of Istria. Saturnians. On two
uced the tale of how two Histrians during a siege burst
to the end of the Istrian War & & L &  & Prologue
Ennius:Ann_* 397-400 *
ng, skilled in war  & The Istrian War, 178-7 B.C. FES
came flying as the Histrians cast the spears from their
him.  & The Istrians prevail, and feast in the Roma
near Mediolanum (Milan) Istri Inhabitants of Istria, on
Pulcher, consul, & over the Istri and Ligurians, k.Inte
As for Illyricum, Histri, Libyrni, and Dalmatae were mast
ressed by a war with the Istrians, sought aid from Philipp
ricum, and, after spoiling the Istrians, settled in Pannon
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