Panormus   - in ancient sources @

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  Panormus   - a city on the north coast of Sicily, the modern Palermo
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258/4 The Romans attack Panormus.
254/13 The Romans capture Panormus.
254/15 The Carthaginians capture some Roman ships returning from Panormus.
253/14 The Roman fleet is wrecked in a storm near Panormus.
250/5 Hasdrubal advances from Lilybaeum, to Panormus.
250/6 Caecilius defeats the Carthaginian army under Hasdrubal at Panormus.
72/22 Verres sends Apollonius of Panormus to prison on a fictitious charge.
    Within translations:
Athen_12.542 hole country about Panormus in Sicily is called The Garden
CIL_10.7296 ilingual. Found at Panormus, Sicily? [a] Here slabs
Naev:Pun_36 described the Battle of Panormus, 250 B.C., the rejection

  Panormus 2   - a town on the coast of Achaea, Peloponnese, Greece
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Polyaen_06.23.1 with orders to sail to Panormus in Achaea, and show them

  Panormus 3   - a town on the Ionian coast, opposite Samos
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190/5 Polyxenidas defeats the Rhodian fleet at Panormus by trickery.

  Panormus 4   - a town on the island of Peparethos
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Polyaen_06.2.1 sthenes lay before Panormus, Alexander did not dare to ris

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