Munda   - in ancient sources @

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  Munda   - a town in Spain, the scene of Caesar's victory over the sons of Pompeius
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214/20 The Roman and Carthaginian armies fight near Munda.
45/8 growth of a palm tree near Munda as a sign of the future greatness
45/11 esar destroys the army of Pompeius in a hard-fought battle at Munda.
45/12 Caesar besieges and captures Munda.
45/16 The news of the battle of Munda reaches Rome.
Oros_6.16   The city of Munda, after its inhabitants had suffered
Plin:HN_36.134   In the neighbourhood of Munda in Spain, the place where
ValMax_7.6.5   an unconquered general - besieged Munda, and they lacked timber to

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