Numantia   - in ancient sources @

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  Numantia   - a Celtiberian city, in Spain
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  + Numantine , Numantines
153/8 Nobilior is repulsed at Numantia.
143/2 Outbreak of war between Numantia and Rome.
141/3 Pompeius unsuccessfully attacks Numantia.
140/4 Pompeius suffers reverses at Numantia.
139/2 agrees to a treaty with the Numantines, after his army suffers sever
138/21 Popillius is defeated at Numantia.
137/8 completely defeated by the Numantines and forced to make a treaty
136/6 hands over Mancinus to the Numantines, but they do not accept him.
134/15 Scipio defeats the Numantines.
133/3 Scipio encircles Numantia.
133/4 Rhetogenes escapes from Numantia.
133/5 Negotiations between the Numantines and Scipio break down.
133/9 The Numantines make a final sally, but are repulsed.
133/17 The Numantines surrender, after being forced by hunger to resort
133/19 Scipio insults C.Metellus, who is serving under him at Numantia.
133/20 on the long and difficult Numantine War, which was finally brought
133/21 Scipio destroys Numantia; the end of the Numantine War.
132/16 The triumph of Scipio Aemilianus, over the Numantines.
    Within translations:
Cassiod:Chr_619 candidate, on account of the Numantine War. [632] &  
Cic:Brut_103 himself by the treaty of Numantia, was slain by the hands
Diod_33.16 on. [16] &   The Numantines and Termessians sent ambassa
Diod_33.17 the city of Lagni, the Numantines in their eagerness to
Festus:Brev.5 were, with the destruction of Numantia, subjugated. Nearl
Hieron:Chron_1875 "Pompeius" - Ar.] destroyed Numantia. [1876 in Ar.] Bru
Plut:Mor_201 one to Rome. & The Numantines seemed invincible, and havin

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