Vaccaei   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Vaccaei   - a tribe in northern Spain
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220/20 Hannibal attacks the Vaccaei and captures the city of Salmantica.
179/21 L.Postumius defeats the Vaccaei and Lusitani.
151/8 Lucullus massacres the Vaccaei.
75/25 ter in the territory of the Vaccaei, and writes to the senate compl
55/27 etellus Nepos is unable to suppress a rebellion led by the Vaccaei
    Within translations:
Aelian:NA_10.22   diles. [22] & The Vaccaei* (they are a western people)
Obseq_25   cut to pieces by the Vaccaei.
Oros_1.2.70   has on the east the Vaccaei, Celtiberi, and Oretani; on the
Oros_5.5   tried to subdue the Vaccaei, a harmless and submissive
Oros_5.7   from the lands of the Vaccaei and Cantabri. 3 For a
Oros_6.21   neighbours, were ravaging the Vaccaei, Turmogidi, and Autrigones by
Plin:HN_3.26   seventeen states of the Vaccaei were the Intercatienses, Palantini,
Plin:HN_4.112   through the Arevaci and Vaccaei, separating the Vettones from


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