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  Juba   I - king of Numidia, 60-46 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
49/54 Juba, king of Numidia, defeats and kills Curio near Utica.
48/70 ses the desert with his army to join Juba in the province of Africa.
46/7 P.Sittius captures Cirta, and forces Juba to return home.
46/23 Caesar decisively defeats Scipio and Juba at Thapsus.
46/27 Juba and Petreius kill each other in a suicide pact.
    Within translations:
Aelian:NA_7.23   Il. 1. 82 ] . And Juba of Mauretania,* the father of
CIL_add.8   (1st cent. A.D.)   of Gaius, [defeated] king [Juba] in Africa. * *
Festus:Brev_4   Africa subjugated, King Juba was still holding the Moors
Oros_6.15   immediately overtaken by King Juba and slaughtered with his
Oros_6.16   Thapsus engaged in battle with Juba and Scipio, a great number
Plin:HN_37.114   on occasion honey-coloured, peridot. Juba records that the stone
Schol:Bob_85   down by the cavalry of king Juba. But that is enough

  Juba 2   II - king of Numidia; died in 23 A.D.
Wikipedia entry
Aelian:NA_9.58   the elephant. And Juba relates that his father possessed
Aelian:NA_15.8   duskier sheen.* Juba asserts that they occur also in
Aelian:NA_16.15   rom the river mud. Juba long ago wrote about the ants of
Athen_1.15   because its inventor, as Juba the Mauretanian says, was
Athen_4.175   lled the triangle, which Juba mentions in the fourth book
Athen_14.660   his Samothracians, as Juba says, when he introduces a
Crinag_9.235   nius and Cleopatra) with Juba, King of Numidia Great borde
Plin:HN_5.16   Ethiopian tribe called the Perorsi. Juba, the father of Ptolemy, who
Plin:HN_5.20   Jol, the capital of King Juba, to which colonial rights were
Plin:HN_5.51   but so far as King Juba was able to ascertain, it
Plin:HN_5.59   formerly contained 250 towns; Juba, however, gives the distance
Plin:HN_6.96   recently related in detail by Juba, and then to state the
Plin:HN_6.124   to Seleucia, 440 miles, and Juba from Babylon as far as
Plin:HN_6.139   of its own, but when Juba published his work it was
Plin:HN_6.141   Roman armies and by King Juba, in his volumes dedicated to
Plin:HN_6.149   river Cynos. [149] According to Juba the voyage beyond on that
Plin:HN_6.156   amount to 4665 miles, though Juba thinks it is a little
Plin:HN_6.170   is exceptionally productive. [170] Juba, who appears to have
Plin:HN_6.175-179 *   Juba holds that at Cape Mossylites
Plin:HN_6.201   a few were discovered by Juba off the coast of the
Plin:HN_6.203   [203] About the Fortunate Juba has ascertained the following
Plin:HN_6.205   these were brought back for Juba). He said that in this
Plin:HN_8.7   is in their weapons which Juba calls 'horns,' but which the
Plin:HN_8.14   him by refusing food. Also Juba records a girl selling scent
Plin:HN_8.48   children when extremely hungry. Juba believes that the meaning
Plin:HN_8.107   in a sort of case. Juba states that in Ethiopia the
Plin:HN_8.155   tombs have pyramids over them. Juba attests that Semiramis fell so
Plin:HN_33.118   {40.}   [118] Juba reports that cinnabar is also
Plin:HN_35.39   {22.}   [39] According to Juba sandarach or realgar and ochre
Plin:HN_36.163   from without. According to Juba, there exists in Arabia
Plin:HN_37.24   ranges of the Alps. [24] Juba assures us that it is
Plin:HN_37.69   the Ethiopian, which, according to Juba, are found at a distance
Plin:HN_37.73   they used to be gathered. Juba states that a 'smaragdus' known
Plin:HN_37.108   language topazin means 'to seek.' Juba records that the stone was

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