Thermus   - in ancient sources @

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  Thermus   - a city in Aetolia, Greece
  + Thermum
218/40 Philippus sacks Thermus, an Aetolian city.
207/5 us destroys the sanctuary at Thermus in Aetolia, and then attends
    Within translations:
Syll_366 (c. 292)   the oath, in Aetolia at Thermon [and . . .] in the
Syll_421 (272-260)   Aetolians, and at Thermon by the magistrates of
Syll_546 (214/3)   nesses: From Thermon: & From (?) Eide: (?) Euryd
Syll_554 (c. 206/5)   be inscribed and set up in Thermon and in Delphi.
Syll_622 (c. 185-175)   hissa], at Delphi and Thermon, [and] he shall gi
Syll_629 (182)   the one shall be set up in Thermon and the othe

  Thermus 2   (Q. Minucius Thermus) - Roman consul, 193 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
  + Minucius
193/_ Consuls: L. Cornelius L.f. Merula, Q. Minucius Q.f. Thermus
193/15 Minucius escapes from a Ligurian ambush.
190/17 Minucius Thermus maltreats his officers in Liguria.
    Within translations:
FastCap_p64   Merula , Q. Minucius Q.f. L.n. Thermus [192] & L. Quinctiu
FastTr_p102   i[nucius Q.f. L.n. Thermus,] proconsul, & [from Further
Nepos_23.8   of Lucius Cornelius and Quintus Minucius 193 B.C. with five ships
Oros_4.20   and captured their king. 17 Minucius was drawn into a situation

  Thermus 3   (M. Minucius Thermus) - Roman praetor, 81 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
80/14 The Romans under Thermus capture and sack Mytilene; C.Caesar wins

  Thermus 4   (Q. Minucius Thermus) - Roman propraetor in 51 B.C.
  + Minucius
76/21 the mysteries at Samothrace of Q.Minucius, P.Magulnius and others.
50/16 & 13.61-65, letters from Cicero to Minucius Thermus and P.Silius
50/20 Cic:Fam_2.13 & 2.18, letters from Cicero to Caelius and Q.^Thermus
    Within translations:
Cic:Att_7.23   command of Lentulus and Thermus have joined his army, Cae
Syll_747.A   (73) Quintus Minucius Thermus, son of Quintus, of the

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