Scordisci - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a tribe living north of Illyricum
+ Scordiscan , Scordistae , Scordisti
The Scordisci defeat the Romans.
The praetor M.Cosconius defeats the Scordisci.
The Scordisci defeat and kill Sex.Pompeius, but they are held in chec
The consul Cato is defeated by the Scordisci.
The Scordisci defeat and kill Lucullus, the commander of the garrison
Drusus defeats the Scordisci.
The triumph of M.Drusus, over the Scordisci.
M.Minucius defeats the Scordisci.
inscription commemorating Minucius' victory over the Scordisci.
The triumph of Minucius, over the Scordisci and Thracians.
T.Didius defeats the Scordisci and forces them to retreat.
L.Scipio attacks and destroys the Scordisci.
auls which is called the Scordistae, does not introduce
ercame the Galli and the Scordisti and the Bessi and
[30a] & The (?) Scordisci took a large amount of booty
men. [30b] & The Scordisci later, by blocking (?) the
tricum, a city in Latium Scordisci A Celtic tribe, to the
Drusus, [proconsul, & over the Scordisci] and Macedonians,
of all races. The Scordisci, equally cruel and cunning,
had induced the Scordiscan Gauls to join him, and would
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