Corsica   - in ancient sources @

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  Corsica   - an island to the west of Italy
Wikipedia entry
  + Corsicans
259/18 leads an expedition against Corsica and Sardinia, and captures Aleri
258/1 triumph of L.Scipio, over the Carthaginians, Sardinia, and Corsica.
236/2 Claudius Clineas makes peace with the Corsicans.
236/7 disown Claudius' treaty and try to hand him over to the Corsicans.
234/10 Romans conduct military campaigns in Liguria, Corsica, and Sardinia.
231/7 The Romans suppress further rebellions in Sardinia and Corsica.
230/2 private "triumph" over the Corsicans on the Alban Mount, after bein
172/5 a private triumph on the Alban Mount, for his victory in Corsica.
100/2 Roman colonies at Eporedia and in Corsica, and plans other colonies.
    Within translations:
CIL_1.9 you; he it was who captured Corsica, Aleria too, a
DioCass_fr.45 had made terms with the Corsicans, and the Romans had the
Ennius:Ann_239 Wars. Rome obtains Corsica and Sardinia : SERVIUS auctus
FastTr_p100 Carthaginians, Sardinia and Corsica, 5 id.Mart. (11th
FastTr_p101 consul, & over the Corsicans, the first triumph on the Alb
FastTr_p104 tor, & on the Alban Mount from Corsica, k.Oct. (1st Octobe
Festus:Brev.4 conquered Sardinia and Corsica; he celebrated a triumph
Sall:Hist_2.9 nationality. The Corsicans say that the Balari were refu

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