Salluvii   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Salluvii   - a tribe in southern Gaul
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Wikipedia entry
125/6 appeals for help against the Salluvii, and the senate sends out the
125/10 Flaccus defeats the Salluvii.
123/1a The triumph of M. Fulvius Flaccus, over the Vocontii and Salluvii.
123/4 C.Sextius defeats the Salluvii.
122/10 The Allobroges aid the Salluvii, and attack the Aedui, who appeal to
122/12 The triumph of Sextius, over the Vocontii and Salluvii.
90/28 C.Caecilius defeats the Salluvii.
    Within translations:
FastTr__S   labria, S.E. Italy Salluvii A tribe on the south coast of
FastTr_p105   the Li]gurians, Vocontii and Salluvii [ ... ] & [p106]
FastTr_p106   the Ligurians, Vocontii and Salluvii [ ... ] [122] &
Obseq_30   Romans, were destroyed. The Ligurian Sallyes were annihilated.
Obseq_32   the fire of Etna. The Sallyes and Allobroges were defeated.


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