Taurus   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Taurus   - a range of mountains in south-eastern Anatolia
Wikipedia entry     ☆ DARE (map)
170/6b s suppresses bandits in Mount Taurus, who have been ravaging Cilici
75/12 Servilius crosses the Taurus mountains and attacks the Isauri.
    Within translations:
Arrian:Fr_9 to the north of Mount Taurus, Cappadocia was assigned
Diod_34.2 Cilician from near Mount Taurus, who was inured to robberi
FastTr_p109 P.f., proconsul, & from Mount Taurus and the Parthians,
Festus:Brev.12 ond the heights of Mount Taurus will be demonstrated throu
Festus:Brev.14 rms were first sent across the Taurus. The phylarchs of
Just_11.8 efiles, he crossed Mount Taurus with the utmost speed, adv
Just_27.2 art of Asia within Mount Taurus, as a recompense for his
Malal_210 as far as the mountain called Taurus in Cilicia. When Ant
Memn_9 his army to this side of the Taurus [mountains]. Patrocl
Phlegon:Mir_9 land on this side of the Taurus and of all the cities esta
Plut:Demetr_47 fied the passes of Mount Taurus, he wrote a letter to Sel
Polyaen_04.9.5 trius had encamped under mount Taurus. Seleucus, who was
Polyaen_08.50.1 the whole country from Taurus to India, without a single
Porph:Fr_47 ngdom to the other side of the Taurus mountains. From ther
PsCallisth_1.39 ings to the satraps beyond the Taurus. They tell me that
PsCallisth_1.42 crossed the so-called Taurus, he drove a huge spear int
PsCallisth_2.23 the conflict beyond the Taurus between me, my troops, and
Sall:Hist_4.67 all the territory this side Taurus, and of ten thousand

  Taurus 2   (T. Statilius Taurus) - Roman consul, 37 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
36/21 Statilius Taurus secures the African provinces, and brings them under
34/6 The triumph of Statilius Taurus, from Africa.
    Within translations:
ExcBarb_50A lvanus Augustus (IX) and Taurus Augustus (X) and Sullius
FastCap_p80 resigned , T. Statilius T.f. Taurus - elected in his pla
FastTr_p110 [p110] 34 & T. Statilius T.f. Taurus, proconsul, & from

  Taurus 3   (T. Statilius Taurus) - Roman consul, 11 A.D.
FastCap_p86 pidus , T. Statilius T.f. T.n. Taurus & from 1st July: L.

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