Galatia - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a region in central Anatolia, occupied by invading Celts
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+ Galatian , Galatians , Gallograecia , Gallograecians
Galatian mercenaries hired by Mithridates and Ariobarzanes defeat an
ree of Priene in honour of Sotas, for bravery against the Galatians.
Antigonus puts down a mutiny by a group of Galatian mercenaries.
Eumenes narrowly escapes being captured by Galatians.
efeated by Antiochus and the Galatians at Ancyra; he escapes but his
Attalus defeats the Galatians by the river Caicus.
ats Antiochus Hierax and the Galatians in two battles, by Lake Colo'e
ommand of the Roman army in Asia and advances against the Galatians.
Manlius defeats the Galatians at Mt.Olympus.
Manlius defeats the Galatians at Mt.Magaba.
comments on Manlius' ill-disciplined campaign against the Galatians.
umph of Cn.Manlius, over the Galatians, which brings back new luxurie
Ortiagon attempts to gain control of all Galatia.
The Galatians attack Eumenes.
arrange an end to the fighting between Eumenes and the Galatians.
Eumenes defeats the Galatians.
The senate promises a Galatian embassy that their country will remain
assies investigate the dispute between Ariarathes and the Galatians.
Mithridates murders the tetrarchs of Galatia and their families.
Pompeius meets Lucullus in Galatia, and takes charge of the rest
rus expands his power, and dominates the other tetrarchs of Galatia.
sails from Brundisium with his army, and proceeds through Galatia.
Deiotarus leaves Pompeius, and returns home to Galatia.
all the leaders of the Galatians, and then plotted again
s." [34.] "But among the Galatians," says Phylarchus in
acians and five thousand Galatians; these were followed
ucus was defeated by the Galatians, and was with difficult
to this, when he says [ Galatians, 3'17-18 ]: "The
killed in battle against the Galatians. He reigned for
ity of Sardis; he also had the Galatians as allies in two
attacked and killed by a Galatian called Nicanor, in about
sia, Bithynia, Paphlagonia and Gallograecia. 75 He should
Macedonians, Illyrians, and Galatians. 154th OLYMPIAD
Calabria and Gaul [ or "the Galatians" - Ar.] to tribut
189.1 .  M.Lollius made Galatia a Roman province.
hey had conquered in war Galatia, and Iberia, and Carthage
and called their part of it Gallograecia. [25.3] During
new enemy, an army from Gallograecia, was coming upon him
by threats, he seized also on Galatia. As for Nicomedes,
adors to the Cimbri, the Gallograecians, the Sarmatians,
Octavianus reduced Galatia to submission, after the defeat
hemselves, which is now called Galatia. They split this
Gauls' army escaped back to Galatia. This success indu
phlagonia Timonitis into Galatia, and nine days later arri
ublic banquets of Ariamnes the Galatian.  & Athen_10.41
served at the banquets of the Galatians.  & Athen_3.8
Seleucus, is captured by the Galatians.  & Athen_6.2
Centaretus, one of the Galatians, caught his horse and
Bithynians is killed by the Galatians.  & Plut:Cleo
ucus was overcome by the Galatians, and was not to be hear
closely pursued by the Galatians, and at the same time
natus possessed tetrarchies in Galatia. Camma, the wife
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