Adriatic   - in ancient sources @

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  Adriatic   - sea between Italy and Greece
Wikipedia entry
324/19 l_305), an Athenian decree about a proposed colony in the Adriatic.
217/28 Hannibal advances to the Adriatic coast and rests his army in Picenum
49/71 Bad weather prevents Caesar from crossing over the Adriatic Sea.
    Within translations:
Athen_01.28 hich is an island in the Adriatic, Agatharchides says that
Athen_12.526 ves on the shores of the Adriatic sea) was exceedingly dev
Athen_13.612 business to sail to the Adriatic than to deal with him;
Diod_37.2 rcoli (so called) to the Adriatic sea, which lies to the
Festus:Brev.7 having first entered the Adriatic and the Ionian Sea, obta
Just_32.3 far as the shores of the Adriatic sea, knowing that the
NicDam_130.135 They took flight across the Adriatic. Brutus went to
Polyaen_08.24.7 occasion to cross the Adriatic, when the enemy's fleet
Poseidon_89 round before emptying into the Adriatic Sea. [90] [229.K]

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