Teuta   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Teuta   - Illyrian queen, 3rd century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
231/10 The death of Agron, who is succeeded by Teuta.
230/8 The Illyrian town of Issa appeals to Rome for help against Teuta
230/9 nius, a Roman ambassador to Illyria, is murdered by order of Teuta
229/13 capture several Illyrian towns and force Teuta to escape to Rhizon
228/1 Teuta makes peace with the Romans, and agrees to stop making raids
    Within translations:
DioCass_fr.49 hild named Pinnes. Teuta, the wife of Agron and stepmother
DioCass_fr.53 mother Triteuta after Teuta's death, was not only provi

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