Adriatic - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- sea between Italy and Greece
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l_305), an Athenian decree about a proposed colony in the Adriatic.
Hannibal advances to the Adriatic coast and rests his army in Picenum
Bad weather prevents Caesar from crossing over the Adriatic Sea.
ive on the shores of the Adriatic despatch presents to the
islands at the mouth of the Adriatic.  Simonides
acchus, the recipient of Adriatic wine sweet as nectar ?
hich is an island in the Adriatic, Agatharchides says that
ves on the shores of the Adriatic sea) was exceedingly dev
business to sail to the Adriatic than to deal with him;
rcoli (so called) to the Adriatic sea, which lies to the
having first entered the Adriatic and the Ionian Sea, obta
far as the shores of the Adriatic sea, knowing that the
rom all parts. The Adriatic, the Tyrrhene Sea, the Gulf
They took flight across the Adriatic. Brutus went to
& I am the neck of an Adriatic wine-jar, once honey-voi
occasion to cross the Adriatic, when the enemy's fleet
round before emptying into the Adriatic Sea.  [229.K]
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