Mauretania - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a country in north-west Africa
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+ Mauretanian , Mauretanians , Mauretanias , Moorish , Moors
nians send envoys to Africa, Mauretania, and Macedonia, urging other
Bogus, king of Mauretania, goes on an expedition to the Western Ethio
Drusus maltreats visitors from Mauretania and Numidia.
at Rome by Bocchus, king of Mauretania, and over Sulla's seal depict
torius attempts to settle in Mauretania, and later on the island
the support of king Bogud in Mauretania, and goes off to the Balearic
Bocchus, king of Mauretania, attacks Carrinas, the governor of Spain.
hus drives out Bogud, and establishes himself as king of Mauretania.
Octavianus seizes control of Mauretania after the death of Bocchus.
resort to the houses of Moors when they fail to find any
them.  & In Mauretania leopards do not attack monke
] . And Juba of Mauretania,* the father of the boy
the manner of the natives of Mauretania. He tells in his
ting of leopards seems to be a Moorish practice. The peopl
they teach us. In Mauretania elephants are in the habit
ollowing accounts given by the Moors. Moreover the same
& The asses of Mauretania gallop at a very great speed
inventor, as Juba the Mauretanian says, was Phaenestius
whom Masinissa, king of Mauretania, made answer (as Ptole
rom the city, a fleet of Mauretanians entered the harbour,
power of the Roman people. The Mauretanias were obtained
 Massinissa, king of the Moors, lived ninety years.
agement of the conquered Moors, the subjugated Britons,
behind a small force in Mauretania, took advantage of a
rovince, but over the sea from Mauretania. By such behavio
from the ala I Thracum Mauretaniae to the roll of a
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