Rhone   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Rhone   - a river in Gaul
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Wikipedia entry
218/30 Scipio arrives at the mouth of the Rhone.
218/31 Hannibal crosses the river Rhone.
102/4 fortifies his camp and digs a new channel at the mouth of the Rhone.
    Within translations:
FastTr__A   ges A tribe by the river Rhone in Gaul Anagnini Inhabitant
FastTr__S   ast of Gaul, between the Rhone and the Alps Sassinates Inh
GranLic_11   Caepio crossed the Rhone and boasted to his soldiers that
Just_43.3   the mouth of the river Rhone; and, charmed with the ple
Nepos_23.4   had already fought at the Rhone with Publius Cornelius Scipio, the
Nepos_23.6   to flight first at the Rhone, then at the Po, and
Oros_5.14   one bridge over the river Rhone was too small for him
Oros_5.16   of the Isara and Rhone rivers. The Teutones, Cimbri,
Oros_6.7   blocked their passage at the Rhone River and after twice defeating
Plin:HN_3.33   given its name to the Rhone, the most fertile river of
Plin:HN_3.34   at the mouth of the Rhone there was once a town
Plin:HN_3.79   at the mouth of the Rhone is Metina, and then the
Polyaen_8.23.3   determined to cross the Rhone in pursuit of him, while
Poseidon_90   near the mouth of the river Rhone. [91] [221.K] & Strab


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