Metaurus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- an Italian river, scene of the defeat of Hasdrubal in 207 B.C.
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The consuls defeat and kill Hasdrubal at Sena on the river Metaurus.
News of the battle of Metaurus reaches Hannibal.
ken Gauls at the Battle of the Metaurus, 207 B.C. : MACR
13 The Metaurus River, where Hasdrubal was overwhelmed,
Addis, Senagallia, the river Metaurus and the colonies of
Vesinica, Urvinum on the Metaurus and Urvinum of the
in Umbria by the river Metaurus, and had resolved to fight
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