Aspis   - in ancient sources @

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  Aspis   (Clupea) - a city in Africa
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308/1 Agathocles founds the city of Aspis as a naval base.
256/15 The Romans land at Aspis.
255/16 The Carthaginians besiege Aspis.
255/19 The Romans defeat Hanno near Aspis.
148/16 Piso is repulsed from Aspis.
    Within translations:
CIL_10.6104   xpense, twice duumvir at Clupia, as Augustalis at For
Oros_4.8   of all, the city of Clipea; 8 then, setting out for
Oros_4.9   vessels and attacked Clipea. The Carthaginians arrived
Plin:HN_5.24   towns of Carpi, Misua and Clypea, the last a free town
Plin:HN_5.42   that scorpions cannot live at Clupea, opposite to which lies Cossyra
Plin:HN_6.212   of Cyrenaica, Thapsus, Hadrumetum, Clupea, Carthage, Utica, the two
Plin:HN_35.202   and in the neighbourhood of Clupea in Africa kills scorpions, and

  Aspis 2   - a city in (?) Pontus, in the north-east of modern Turkey
64/1 Pompeius spends the winter at Aspis.

  Aspis 3   - a district in the city of Argos, Greece
Plut:Cleom_17 eized the quarter called Aspis, which lay above the theatr
Plut:Cleom_21 under the quarter called Aspis, gained an entrance that

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