Albania - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a country on the western side of the Caspian Sea, to the south of the Caucasus
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+ Albani , Albanians
Oroeses, the king of the Albanians, makes an unsuccessful attack
peius attacks Oroeses, king of the Albanians, and defeats him again.
ius agrees a treaty with the Albanians, and other nations bordering
Canidius defeats the Iberians and Albanians.
eastern border of Latium Albanians A tribe on the west sid
the Scythians, the Jews, Alb]ania and the pirates, [for
lchians; fought with the Albani; granted peace to Orhodes,
gave a king to the Albani; received Hiberians, Bosphorians
rulers. With the Albanians he formed an alliance, a peop
in the lands of the Albanians, who live near the Caspian
Orodes, the king of the Albanians, and his prefects. Later he
Asia, Armenia, Iberia, Albania, Cappadocia, Syria, Egypt,
by the race of the Albani and then that of the
the coast of Cadusia and Albania as 725 miles, from there
along the coast are the Albani, said to be descended from
down to the sea through Albania are the Casus and the
states that certain people in Albania are born with keen grey
the Scythians, Jews and Albanians, Iberia, the Island of
to India, the king of Albania had presented him with one
- a tribe in the city of Urso, Spain
(c. 45) a, Calpurnia, Martia, Albania, Ilia, Troia, Vene
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