Rhegium   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Rhegium   - a city on the southern tip of Italy
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  + Regini , Regium , Rhegians
322/13 Agathocles helps to defend Rhegium, when it is attacked by Sostratus
280/12 Roman garrison is sent to Rhegium.
278/3 The Roman garrison at Rhegium mutinies and seizes the town.
270/16 commander of the rebellious garrison at Rhegium, loses his sight.
270/17 The Romans capture Rhegium.
270/18 The Romans punish the garrison of Rhegium.
270/23 The triumph of Cornelius Blasio, over Rhegium.
92/7 earthquake devastates the area round Rhegium.
87/13 governor of Sicily, saves Rhegium from an attack by the Italians.
72/52 Sicily, but is surrounded by Crassus on a peninsula near Rhegium.
44/98 ter being driven back by contrary winds to Leucopetra, near Rhegium.
35/1 Octavianus founds colonies at Tauromenium and Rhegium.
    Within translations:
Athen_04.175 invention of Ibycus of Rhegium, the poet; as also the
Athen_05.210 painted by Sillax the of Rhegium, who is mentioned by Epic
Athen_13.601 76.] And Ibycus of Rhegium, also, cries out as follows:-
CIL_1.638 made the road from Regium to Capua and on that road pl
Diod_37.2 and fiercely assaulted Rhegium, in the expectation, that
FastTr__R Regini Inhabitants of Rhegium, a Greek city on the coas
FastTr_p99 onsul], & over the Regini, [...] [268/7] & [P.] Sempronius
Just_4.1 est to Sicily, is called Rhegium, because "things broken
Plut:Mor_833 the book of Glaucus of Rhegium concerning Poets to him
Polyaen_05.2.22 move him from Metapontum to Rhegium. It afterwards happ
Vit:Theoc_1 Orestes went to Rhegium in Italy, and washed away the


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