Philippi   - in ancient sources @

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  Philippi   - a city in Macedonia, site of the defeat of Brutus and Cassius
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242/8c Austin_65, a decree of Philippi concerning the sanctuary of Asclepiu
42/21 Brutus and Cassius advance to Philippi.
42/23 Antonius and Octavianus arrive at Philippi.
42/25 Portents before the battle of Philippi.
42/27 October} The first battle of Philippi; the death of Cassius.
42/30 tter commenting on the golden ornaments of the officers at Philippi.
42/33 The second battle of Philippi; the death of Brutus.
42/35 lius Varus and others commit suicide after their defeat at Philippi.
42/36 aulus, Petronius and other followers of Brutus escape from Philippi.
42/41 ntonius enlarges the city of Philippi and sets up altars in celebrati
    Within translations:
Cic:Fam_12.10 in the first battle of Philippi
CIL_add.8 (1st cent. A.D.)   us won the second battle at Philippi, and Brutus
ElegMaec_1.17 for fuel to the flames : Philippi saw his bravery amid Ema
GranLic_26 pped away after the capture of Philippi. &# Sulla and Arch
Joseph:AJ_14.301 had beaten Cassius near Philippi, as others have related;
Joseph:AJ_14.310 ich they got together at Philippi in Macedonia, when they
Joseph:AJ_14.311 he had fled as far as Philippi, was shut up by us, and
Joseph:BJ_01.242 had slain Cassius near Philippi, and Caesar was gone to
Julian:Caes_326 Brutus and Cassius at Philippi: the defeat of Sextus,
Nepos:Att_11 fter the battle of Philippi, too, and the death of Caius
Philoch_44 ity of Datus was renamed Philippi, after Philippus the kin

Philippisee Caesareia3

Philippisee Philippus30

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