Pannonia   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Pannonia   - a region north of Illyria, and south of the river Danube
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  + Pannonian , Pannonians , Pannonias
278/1 The Gauls return home from Greece via Pannonia.
35/10 Octavianus attacks the Pannonians and captures Siscia.
34/2 Helvius and Geminus suppress revolts by the Iapydes and Pannonians.
    Within translations:
[Tib]:PanMes_106 ness also in the cunning Pannonian, scattered far and wide
CIL_add.8 (1st cent. A.D.)   d] it when he returned from Pannonia. A Business in
Festus:Brev.3 and Norican Alps, the Pannonias, and the Moesias accrue
Festus:Brev.7 Batho, King of the Pannonians, had been subdued, the Panno
Hieron:Chron_2008 triumph after defeating the Pannonians. [not in Ar.]
Hieron:Chron_2011 aeti, Vindelici, Armenians and Pannonians. [not in Ar.]
Just_24.4 ibes, and fixed their abode in Pannonia. They were a sava
Just_32.3 iling the Istrians, settled in Pannonia. 13 The Istrians,
NicDam_125.1 rian peoples. These are called Pannonians and Dacians. [
Ovid:Cons_377 ast a suppliant, and the Pannonians scattered over their


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