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The Carthaginians send an army to Sardinia.
ads an expedition against Corsica and Sardinia, and captures Aleria.
triumph of L.Scipio, over the Carthaginians, Sardinia, and Corsica.
is defeated by Sulpicius in Sardinia, and then killed by his own tro
The triumph of C.Paterculus, over the Carthaginians and Sardinia.
The mercenaries seize Sardinia.
declare war on the Carthaginians, after a dispute about Sardinia.
The Carthaginians cede Sardinia to the Romans.
T.Manlius subdues Sardinia.
from making war on Carthage because of the dispute over Sardinia.
The triumph of T.Manlius, over the Sardinians.
Romans conduct military campaigns in Liguria, Corsica, and Sardinia.
The triumph of Carvilius, over the Sardinians.
The triumph of M'.Pomponius, over the Sardinians.
The Roman consuls join together to suppress resistance in Sardinia.
The Romans suppress further rebellions in Sardinia and Corsica.
Another revolt in Sardinia is suppressed by the Romans.
The Carthaginians foment a revolt in Sardinia.
T.Manlius defeats the rebels in Sardinia.
rus defeats Mago, who later dies of his wounds at sea near Sardinia.
Cato as praetor clears up corruption in Sardinia.
The provinces of Sardinia and Istria are allotted to the new consuls.
Gracchus defeats the Sardinians.
achieve further victories in Sardinia and Liguria; Claudius recapture
The triumph of Ti.Gracchus, from Sardinia.
Gracchus puts down a rebellion in Sardinia.
Orestes subdues the Sardinians.
C.Gracchus takes part in the fighting in Sardinia, as quaestor.
racchus returns to Rome from Sardinia, and defends his conduct before
The triumph of L. Aurelius Orestes, over the Sardinians.
triumphs on the same day, from Sardinia and Thrace respectively
ucius is convicted of extortion, following his return from Sardinia.
L.Philippus wins over Sardinia for Sulla.
Lepidus escapes to Sardinia.
Triarius fights against Lepidus in Sardinia.
an opportunity to govern the province of Sardinia, as propraetor.
ic:QFr_2.2, a letter from Cicero to his brother Quintus in Sardinia.
alleged plot against Bostar by M.Scaurus, as propraetor in Sardinia.
M.Scaurus returns to Rome from Sardinia.
Q.Valerius take control of Sicily and Sardinia, on behalf of Caesar.
Caesar sails for Sardinia, after settling affairs in Africa.
Caesar leaves Sardinia, and sails back towards Rome.
Sextus Pompeius, makes more raids on Italy, and occupies Sardinia.
deserts from Sextus Pompeius, and hands over Sardinia to Octavianus.
co. A marble pedestal found in Sardinia. Not earlier
onze base of a column found in Sardinia. Trilingual
Faliscan cooks in Sardinia. Bronze plate.
(early 1st cent.) a storm on his return from Sardinia in 259 B.C.
eace, restore to us both Sardinia and Sicily; for with the
his return from Sardinia, the people went out to meet
btains Corsica and Sardinia : SERVIUS auctus : By 'box'
[242-3] & Rome obtains Sardinia (238 B.C.) : NONIUS :
Exsuper_* 39-42 *
his army and escaped to Sardinia, from where he reduced
sul, & over the Carthaginians, Sardinia and Corsica, 5 id.
Torquatus, consul, & over the Sardinians, 6 id.Mart. (10t
(II), proconsul, & from Sardinia, Terminalia (23rd Februa
.n. Orestes, proconsul, & from Sardinia, 6 id.Dec. (8th
Metellus conquered Sardinia and Corsica; he celebrated a
pains, Sicily, Gaul, and Sardinia, and some also from Ital
transferred the war into Sardinia, they were defeated in
were going to Italy or Sardinia for plunder, he landed
the dominion of Sicily, Sardinia, and Spain, and finally
land, and sailed to Africa, Sardinia, and Sicily. Havin
1.54 (chapter 3.9) & The Sardinian Sea is the deepest sea
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