Mutina   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Mutina   - a city in Cisalpine Gaul, the modern Modena
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193/13 Merula defeats the Boii at Mutina.
183/22 The Romans found colonies at Mutina and Parma.
177/6 The Ligurians capture Mutina after the departure of Claudius.
176/2 rther victories in Sardinia and Liguria; Claudius recaptures Mutina.
77/12 M.Brutus surrenders to Pompeius, and is killed near Mutina.
72/21 acus defeats C.Cassius, the governor of Cisalpine Gaul, near Mutina.
44/144 ters Cisalpine Gaul, and starts to besiege Decimus Brutus at Mutina.
43/35 tius and Octavianus approach Mutina, but do not come into conflict
43/46 lps Fulvia, the wife of Antonius, during the fighting around Mutina.
43/47 Octavianus practices declamation during the fighting around Mutina.
43/48 {21 April} In a battle near Mutina, Hirtius defeats Antonius again
43/50 Antonius retreats from Mutina.
43/51 us, following the victory at Mutina, and lesser honours to Octavianus
    Within translations:
Cic:Fam_12.5 will, in breaking out of Mutina, it looks as if there woul
Cic:Fam_12.6 barely able to hold his own at Mutina. If he has come safe
Cic:Phil_2.32 sieged Decimus Brutus at Mutina until April, when he was
CIL_1.618 onia} [b] 21 {miles from Mutina} [c] 286 {miles from R
CIL_add.8 (1st cent. A.D.)   command, won a victory at Mutina. Hence up until]
Nepos:Att_9 that was carried on at Mutina, in which, if I were only


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