Sarmatians - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a Scythian tribe living to the north of the Black Sea
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Mithridates fights against the Sarmatae and Bastarnae.
uered the Dalmatians and Sarmatians, and brought them unde
the Gallograecians, the Sarmatians, and the Bastarnians,
standing back from the Sarmatian Sea, pour forth the
a successful war against the Sauromatae. 4 In one final massacre
the Quadi, the Vandals, the Sarmatians, the Suebi, in fact the
The Quadi and the Sarmatians ravaged the Pannonian provinces.
They then conquered the Sarmatians and distributed a great
in the region of the Sarmatians. 30 In Cyprus he crushed
to make war upon the Sarmatians who had overrun and were
Vistla are inhabited by the Sarmati, Venedi, Sciri and Hirri, and
are the Epagerritae, a Sarmatian people on the Caucasus
where the inhabitants are the Sarmatae, said to be descended from
and the country of the Sarmatians to the Borysthenes and so
being the Nomads and the Sauromatae, who have a variety of
He also says that the Sauromatae, thirteen days' journey beyond the
to the gate.  The Sarmatians get their horses into training
Medosaccus king of the Sarmatians, who inhabit the coast
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