Alps   - in ancient sources @

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  Alps   - mountains to the north of Italy
Wikipedia entry
  + Alpine , Alpini
220/24 suffect consuls, Veturius and Lutatius, advance as far as the Alps.
218/42 Hannibal leads his army up into the Alps.
218/43 Hannibal descends from the Alps.
186/11 band of Gauls crosses the Alps and settles near Aquileia.
170/18 Carthage and Masinissa, from Alpine states complaining about C.Cassiu
118/3 Q.Marcius defeats the Styni, an Alpine tribe.
102/16 The Teutones march towards the Alps.
102/20 Catulus retreats from the Alps as the Cimbri advance.
76/1 Pompeius crosses the Alps.
72/1 nds both consuls to face Spartacus, who is heading towards the Alps.
57/48 Ser.Galba is driven out of the Alps by the Veragri.
41/1 The triumph of L.Antonius, from the Alps.
    Within translations:
[Tib]:PanMes_106 and wide over the icy Alps; a witness too in the poor
Aelian:NA_14.23 the foot of the Alps, facing the north wind; and beneat
Athen_6.233 which are now called the Alps, (they are mountains in Gaul
Crinag_9.283 and you deep-valleyed Alps that look down on the nearby
Crinag_9.516 ed. Under the high Alps the shock-headed robbers, when the
FastTr__C ibe in Campania Carni An Alpine tribe, on the north-east
FastTr__S etween the Rhone and the Alps Sassinates Inhabitants of
FastTr_p109 M.f. M.n., consul, & from the Alps, [k.Jan.] (1st January
Festus:Brev.3 the state, the Maritime Alps, Cottian, Raetian, and Noric
Festus:Brev.6 uls from Italy; when the Alps had been crossed, he battled
Festus:Brev.7 made through the Julian Alps; when all the Alpini had bee
Just_24.4 conquered heights of the Alps, and places uninhabitable
Ovid:Cons_1 late from the foe their Alpine hiding-places, and won ren
Ovid:Cons_377 witness the Rhine and Alpine valleys and Isargus, whose
Philip_9.561 ice of the snowy Celtic Alps or the iron-bearing soil of
Plut:Mor_206 considerable town in the Alps, and his friends said, they
Polyaen_8.23.2 rived at the foot of the Alps, and found the mountains occ
Poseidon_103 they live around the Italian Alps. [104] [277.K] & Strab
Sall:Hist_2.82 hroat of Italy, from the Alps into Spain; & and over thos
Sall:Hist_3.6 ian forces [withdrew] into the Alps. The Terentuni were
Schol:Bob_91 the other side of the Alps some of the slave girls, who

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