Pelorus   - in ancient sources @

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  Pelorus   - a promontory on the north-east coast of Sicily
Wikipedia entry
  + Pelorian
38/18 his victories with a magnificent sacrifice to Neptune at Pelorus.
    Within translations:
ElegMaec_1.17 hout. The rocks of Pelorus abounding in fish saw him give
Theodorid_6.224 gift from the holy Pelorian coast, and the waves of the

  Pelorus 2   - the helmsman of Hannibal
203/22 and sails back to Africa; Pelorus, Hannibal's helmsman, dies durin
ValMax_9.8e.1   and fro, in remembrance of Pelorus and that Punic rashness.

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