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  Liguria   - a region in north-west Italy
Wikipedia entry
  + Ligurian , Ligurians
238/11 The consuls attack the Gauls and Ligurians.
236/4 Lentulus captures several fortresses in Liguria.
235/1 The triumph of Lentulus, over the Ligurians.
234/10 Romans conduct military campaigns in Liguria, Corsica, and Sardinia.
233/9 Q.Fabius defeats the Ligurians.
232/1 The triumph of Q.Fabius, over the Ligurians.
205/3 Mago arrives in Liguria.
205/14 rcements from Carthage, and sets about raising an army from Liguria.
193/3 ncy action to raise troops following news of an uprising in Liguria.
193/15 Minucius escapes from a Ligurian ambush.
190/17 Minucius Thermus maltreats his officers in Liguria.
189/4 Baebius is ambushed and killed by the Ligurians on his way to Spain.
187/10 The consuls subdue some more Ligurian tribes.
186/7 The Ligurians ambush and defeat Marcius.
185/7 The consuls attack the Apuani and Ingauni in Liguria.
181/3 Paullus decisively defeats the Ingauni in Liguria.
181/9 The triumph of Paullus, over the Ligurians.
180/3 the previous year force 40,000 Ligurians to migrate to Samnium.
180/10 nsuls combine to subdue some Ligurian tribes, after which M.Fulvius
179/20 Both consuls conduct campaigns in Liguria.
179/26 The triumph of Q.Fulvius, over the Ligurians.
177/5 Claudius defeats the Ligurians.
177/6 The Ligurians capture Mutina after the departure of Claudius.
177/9 audius celebrates a double triumph, over the Istrians and Ligurians.
176/2 rther victories in Sardinia and Liguria; Claudius recaptures Mutina.
176/4 Petillius leaves Rome for Liguria.
176/7 onsul Petillius is killed while attacking a mountain-top in Liguria.
175/2 The consuls win victories in Liguria and Cisalpine Gaul.
175/16 The triumphs of Lepidus and Scaevola, over the Ligurians.
173/4 M.Popillius ruthlessly subdues the Ligurians.
173/9 sion to allot vacant land in Liguria and Cisalpine Gaul to Roman citi
172/4 set out to join the army in Liguria, after delays caused by accusati
166/10 The consuls campaign against the Gauls and Ligurians.
166/18 triumph of Marcellus, over the Contrubrii, Ligurians, and Eleates.
165/1 The triumph of Sulpicius, over the Ligurians.
154/3 The Ligurians assault the Roman envoy Flaminius.
154/9 Opimius defeats the Oxybii and Decietae, two Ligurian tribes.
115/5 Scaurus defeats the Ligurians.
103/20 arius sends a letter to test the loyalty of the Gauls and Ligurians.
74/21 Antonius attacks the pirates and their allies in Liguria and Spain.
    Within translations:
Cic:Brut_255 paltry castles of the Ligurians, which have furnished
CIL_11.1828 time, he conquered the Ligurians and celebrated a tr
CIL_11.1829 first time, he conquered the Ligurians and celebr
Crinag_9.516 devising evil than good, the Ligurian mind. & * & In
FastTr__A coast of Latium Apuani A Ligurian tribe Apulians Inhabitan
FastTr__C and near Malta Eleates A Ligurian tribe, near the Alps Fal
FastTr__S town in Latium Styni A Ligurian tribe, near the Alps Tar
FastTr_p101 Lentulus, consul, & over the Ligurians, id.Interk. [235/
FastTr_p102 over the G[auls and the Ligurians, on the] Alban [Mount,
FastTr_p103 consul, & over the Istri and Ligurians, k.Interk. [175/4
FastTr_p104 pidus, consul (II), & over the Ligurians, 4 id. Mart.] (12
FastTr_p105 & over the Contrubian Gauls, Ligurians and Eleates, k.In
FastTr_p106 alvinus, proconsul, & over the Ligurians, Vocontii and Sal
Just_43.3 of Massilia amidst the Ligurians and the savage Gallic
Just_43.5 had great wars with the Ligurians and Gauls, which increa
Poseidon_57 2.1) & Quarrying of stone in Liguria. & & see also: Diod
Poseidon_58 orking with men on the land in Liguria. & & see also: Diod
Sall:Hist_3.6 pent inconclusively, the Ligurian forces [withdrew] into

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