Rhine - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a European river, separating Gaul and Germany
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migrate, but he refuses and fortifies a stretch of the river Rhine.
etes and Tencteri, cross the Rhine and invade the territory of the
constructs a bridge over the Rhine, and briefly crosses over to the
Caesar crosses the Rhine for a second time, but he decides not to att
Plancus founds a Roman colony at Raurica, on the river Rhine.
and pitch from the river Rhine; and he collected great qua
by the streams of the Rhine, half dead from many wounds
nearby sources of the Rhine, you are witnesses of the
many drinks up the whole Rhine, & shall the might of Rome
in war ; Araxes knows it and Rhine, drunk now by enslave
Alps as far as to the Rhine, battled with barbarians
.  Caesar crossed the Rhine and defeated the Germ
the Danube once, I crossed the Rhine twice. The German con
barbarians across the Rhine sing savage songs composed
that live as far as the Rhine and beyond the Ionian Sea
so often - witness the Rhine and Alpine valleys and Isar
Gaul this side of the Rhine, between the Mediterranean
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