Rhone - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a river in Gaul
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Scipio arrives at the mouth of the Rhone.
Hannibal crosses the river Rhone.
fortifies his camp and digs a new channel at the mouth of the Rhone.
ges A tribe by the river Rhone in Gaul Anagnini Inhabitant
ast of Gaul, between the Rhone and the Alps Sassinates Inh
Caepio crossed the Rhone and boasted to his soldiers that
the mouth of the river Rhone; and, charmed with the ple
had already fought at the Rhone with Publius Cornelius Scipio, the
to flight first at the Rhone, then at the Po, and
one bridge over the river Rhone was too small for him
of the Isara and Rhone rivers. The Teutones, Cimbri,
blocked their passage at the Rhone River and after twice defeating
given its name to the Rhone, the most fertile river of
at the mouth of the Rhone there was once a town
at the mouth of the Rhone is Metina, and then the
determined to cross the Rhone in pursuit of him, while
near the mouth of the river Rhone.  [221.K] & Strab
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