Tarraco   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Tarraco   - a city on the north-east coast of Spain
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211/4 The Scipio brothers establish a Roman colony at Tarraco.
    Within translations:
NicDam_127.23   When Octavius reached Tarraco it was hard to believe
OGIS_456.A   (c. 20) and Aktion and Brundisium and Tarraco and Ma[ssalia . ] and
Oros_1.2.90   north, faces the city of Tarraco in Spain; the smaller, the
Oros_6.21   length came upon Caesar at Tarraco, a city of Hither beyond
Oros_7.22   their misfortunes. Our own city Tarraco in Spain is one of
Philip_9.307   The inhabitants of Tarraco announced to Augustus that a
Plin:HN_3.18   those of Carthago, Tarraco, Caesaraugusta, Clunia, Asturica,
Plin:HN_3.21   the river Subi, the colony Tarraco, which was founded by the
Plin:HN_3.23   jurisdiction of the courts of Tarraco; of them the best known
Plin:HN_3.29   the coast; its breadth from Tarraco to the shore of Olarson
Plinius:Ep_2.13   mple of "Rome and Augustus" at Tarraco. This flamen was


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