Tauromenium   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Tauromenium   - a town on the east coast of Sicily
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312/4 Agathocles captures Messene (? and Tauromenium).
132/4 Rupilius punishes Q.^Fabius for losing control of Tauromenium.
132/6 Rupilius captures Tauromenium.
56/_ Olympic victor in the stadion race: Lamachus of Tauromenium
36/10 ated by Sextus Pompeius near Tauromenium, and forced to escape by lan
35/1 Octavianus founds colonies at Tauromenium and Rhegium.
    Within translations:
Athen_2.37   * [5.] [37] Timaeus of Tauromenium relates that there
Athen_4.163   ts. But Timaeus of Tauromenium, in the ninth book of his
Athen_5.207   beautifully variegated with Tauromenian marble. And man
Athen_5.208   as, an engineer of Tauromenium, brought it down to the sea
Athen_6.264   6.] And Timaeus of Tauromenium, in the ninth book of his
Athen_6.272   [103.] But Timaeus of Tauromenium, forgetting himself,
Athen_11.471   who had gone over from Tauromenium, was assigned to the embassy
Diod_34.2   the Roman general recovered Tauromenium. The besieged
Euseb]:Chron_211   [56 B.C.] - Lamachus of Tauromenium, stadion race 182nd
Lucian:Macr_22   eighty-five also, Timaeus of Tauromenium ninety-six. Ari
Oros_1.2.90   strait divides the lands of Tauromenium in Sicily from those of
Oros_5.9   B.C. stormed and recaptured Tauromenium and Henna, the strongest
Oros_6.18   Caesar crossed over to Tauromenium, but Pompeius defeated him
Polyaen_5.3.6   molished the fortifications of Tauromenium. Agathocl
ValMax_2.7.3   negligently losing the citadel of Tauromenium.


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