Lusitania - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a region in the Iberian peninsula, similar to the modern Portugal
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+ Lusitani , Lusitanian , Lusitanians , Lusitanorum
Paullus is defeated by the Lusitani at Lyco.
Paullus defeats the Lusitani.
L.Postumius defeats the Vaccaei and Lusitani.
The triumph of Postumius, over the Lusitani.
itani in revolt and defeats the Romans; the start of Lusitanian War.
The Lusitani defeat Mummius.
The Lusitani make raids into neighbouring territories, but are checke
The triumph of L.Mummius, over the Lusitani.
M.Atilius defeats the Lusitani.
The Lusitani renew their resistance to Rome.
The Lusitani defeat Galba.
Lucullus campaigns against the Lusitani near Gades and Turdetania.
Galba massacres the Lusitani.
Viriathus becomes the leader of the Lusitanian rebels.
Viriathus, captures several Lusitanian towns, and punishes 500 of
Q.Occius is attacked by the Lusitani.
D.Brutus subdues Lusitania.
The triumph of D.Brutus, over the Callaeci and Lusitani.
The Lusitani defeat the Romans.
The Romans subdue the Lusitani.
The Romans suppress a rebellion by the Lusitani.
The triumph of L.Dolabella, over the Lusitani.
The triumph of P.Crassus, over the Lusitani.
torius is called back by the Lusitani to lead their resistance to the
C.Caesar governs Further Spain, and fights against the Lusitani.
C.Didius is defeated and killed by the Lusitani.
raetor put to death some Lusitanians, contrary (it was bel
nts.  & The Lusitanians at first, not having a skil
kill their enemies, the Lusitanians kill theirs, so that
said to the envoys: "The Lusitanians and Celtiberians make
iathus was buried by the Lusitanians with great pomp and
nia, in S.W. Italy Lusitani A tribe in western Iberia (mod
Albinus, pro[consul, & from] Lusitania and Spain, pr.
from Further Spain over the Lusitani, 5 k.Feb. (26th
ined the rebelling Lusitanians in Spain through Decimus
[1958 in Ar.] Caesar conquered Lusitania and some islands
himself. [44.3] In Lusitania, near the river Tagus, many
Baenis, the largest river in Lusitania.  [247.K] &
auses of tides on the coast of Lusitania .  [217.K]
andard-bearer of the 1st Lusitanian cohort, of the Cen
hort I Augusta Praetoria Lusitanorum Equitata for the
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