Gallaecia - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a region in north-west Spain
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D.Brutus crosses the river Oblivio and invades Gallaecia.
rthaginensis, Lusitania, Gallaecia, Baetica, also across
passing from thence to Gallaecia, and fixing his abode
by their roots. The Lusitanian Gallaeci were defeated.
toward the northwest. There in Gallaecia is situated the city of
in Further crushed sixty thousand Gallaeci who had come to the
on a high point of Gallaecia not far from the lands
the further parts of Gallaecia, which are wooded and
the Bracae, above whom is Gallaecia; the Limia stream and the
combined with Astiria and Gallaecia are given by Agrippa
to some accounts Asturia and Gallaecia and Lusitania produce in this
one mine only, that of Gallaecia called the Albucrara mine, the
a product of Lusitania and Gallaecia found in the surface-strata of
does not occur in Gallaecia, although the neighbouring country
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