Taurus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a range of mountains in south-eastern Anatolia
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s suppresses bandits in Mount Taurus, who have been ravaging Cilici
Servilius crosses the Taurus mountains and attacks the Isauri.
to the north of Mount Taurus, Cappadocia was assigned
Cilician from near Mount Taurus, who was inured to robberi
P.f., proconsul, & from Mount Taurus and the Parthians,
ond the heights of Mount Taurus will be demonstrated throu
rms were first sent across the Taurus. The phylarchs of
art of Asia within Mount Taurus, as a recompense for his
as far as the mountain called Taurus in Cilicia. When Ant
his army to this side of the Taurus [mountains]. Patrocl
fied the passes of Mount Taurus, he wrote a letter to Sel
trius had encamped under mount Taurus. Seleucus, who was
the whole country from Taurus to India, without a single
ngdom to the other side of the Taurus mountains. From ther
ings to the satraps beyond the Taurus. They tell me that
crossed the so-called Taurus, he drove a huge spear int
the conflict beyond the Taurus between me, my troops, and
all the territory this side Taurus, and of ten thousand
(T. Statilius Taurus) - Roman consul, 37 B.C.
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Statilius Taurus secures the African provinces, and brings them under
The triumph of Statilius Taurus, from Africa.
lvanus Augustus (IX) and Taurus Augustus (X) and Sullius
resigned , T. Statilius T.f. Taurus - elected in his pla
[p110] 34 & T. Statilius T.f. Taurus, proconsul, & from
(T. Statilius Taurus) - Roman consul, 11 A.D.
pidus , T. Statilius T.f. T.n. Taurus & from 1st July: L.
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