Philippi - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a city in Macedonia, site of the defeat of Brutus and Cassius
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Austin_65, a decree of Philippi concerning the sanctuary of Asclepiu
Brutus and Cassius advance to Philippi.
Antonius and Octavianus arrive at Philippi.
Portents before the battle of Philippi.
October} The first battle of Philippi; the death of Cassius.
tter commenting on the golden ornaments of the officers at Philippi.
The second battle of Philippi; the death of Brutus.
lius Varus and others commit suicide after their defeat at Philippi.
aulus, Petronius and other followers of Brutus escape from Philippi.
ntonius enlarges the city of Philippi and sets up altars in celebrati
twelve leaves; and some, near Philippi, have even as many as
in the first battle of Philippi
(1st cent. A.D.) us won the second battle at Philippi, and Brutus
for fuel to the flames : Philippi saw his bravery amid Ema
pped away after the capture of Philippi. Sulla and Arch
had beaten Cassius near Philippi, as others have related;
ich they got together at Philippi in Macedonia, when they
he had fled as far as Philippi, was shut up by us, and
had slain Cassius near Philippi, and Caesar was gone to
Brutus and Cassius at Philippi: the defeat of Sextus,
fter the battle of Philippi, too, and the death of Caius
ity of Datus was renamed Philippi, after Philippus the kin
Inland is the colony of Philippi, at a distance of 325
is 189 miles distant from Philippi. On the coast is the
found in the goldmines of Philippi. This is equal in size
password at the battle of Philippi - seemed as it were
other in the plains of Philippi, the appearance of Minerva told
courageously at the battle of Philippi, saw a figure of above
slain at the battle of Philippi, not having a weapon at
brave and pious victory at Philippi the gods willingly beheld, nor
had lost the battle of Philippi, saved him from the insults
battle of four armies at Philippi; Titinius the centurion was sent
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