Aspis - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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(Clupea) - a city in Africa
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Agathocles founds the city of Aspis as a naval base.
The Romans land at Aspis.
The Carthaginians besiege Aspis.
The Romans defeat Hanno near Aspis.
Piso is repulsed from Aspis.
xpense, twice duumvir at Clupia, as Augustalis at For
of all, the city of Clipea; 8 then, setting out for
vessels and attacked Clipea. The Carthaginians arrived
towns of Carpi, Misua and Clypea, the last a free town
that scorpions cannot live at Clupea, opposite to which lies Cossyra
of Cyrenaica, Thapsus, Hadrumetum, Clupea, Carthage, Utica, the two
and in the neighbourhood of Clupea in Africa kills scorpions, and
- a city in (?) Pontus, in the north-east of modern Turkey
Pompeius spends the winter at Aspis.
- a district in the city of Argos, Greece
eized the quarter called Aspis, which lay above the theatr
under the quarter called Aspis, gained an entrance that
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