Camarina   - in ancient sources @

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  Camarina   - a city on the south coast of Sicily
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263/14a a decree of the Amphictyons in honour of Aristarchus of Camarina.
259/17 Hamilcar captures Camarina and Enna, and transfers the inhabitants
258/8 alpurnius rescues Atilius from an ambush while marching to Camarina.
258/9 The Romans capture Camarina.
255/20 The Roman fleet is wrecked in a storm near Camarina.
    Within translations:
Euseb]:Chron_201   B.C.] - Parmenides of Camarina, stadion race 64th [524
Nicarch_4502,1   intercourse . . . Do not move Camarina; for the place .
Oros_4.8   attacked the Sicilian city of Camarina. He heedlessly led his army
Plin:HN_3.89   river Hyrminus, the town of Camarina, the river Gelas; the town
Polyaen_5.6.1   ered the men of Gelo and Camarina to fall upon the Ergetin

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