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  Africa   - the region around Carthage; modern Tunisia
Wikipedia entry
  + African , Africans
310/14 Agathocles lands at Latomiae in Africa.
309/16 battle in the interior of Africa, but his camp is looted by the
308/19 hocles sends home the booty he has gathered in his African campaign.
307/3 Eumachus makes a successful raid into the interior of Africa.
307/5 chagathus in charge of the army in Africa, and sails back to Sicily.
256/6 mans decide to cross over to Africa, despite the opposition of Nautiu
256/7 the family of M.Regulus, while he commands the invasion of Africa.
256/18 The Romans devastate the African countryside.
256/20 The Carthaginians recall Hamilcar from Sicily to Africa.
255/15 General remarks on Regulus' invasion of Africa, and his defeat.
253/11 The Roman fleet raids the African coast.
245/19 The Roman fleet is destroyed in a storm off the African coast.
241/22 Gesco transports the Carthaginian mercenaries to Africa.
218/11 The senate assigns Spain and Africa to the consuls.
217/45 Servilius raids the African coast.
215/34 T.Otacilius leads a Roman fleet in a raid against the African coast.
205/1a The Roman senate debates whether to invade Africa.
204/18 crosses from Lilybaeum to Africa, and lands at Pulchri Promunturiu
204/30 Cato returns from Africa to Rome, together with the poet Q.Ennius.
203/22 ave Italy, and sails back to Africa; Pelorus, Hannibal's helmsman,
203/24 .Sulpicius is appointed dictator, to stop Caepio crossing to Africa.
202/5 Claudius is allotted Africa as his province.
202/16 Claudius is prevented by a storm from sailing to Africa.
201/3 btain command of the army in Africa, but the senate decides that Scip
201/11 General comments on the victorious campaign of Scipio in Africa.
201/13 The triumph of Scipio, for his victories in Africa.
174/3 Roman embassy returns from Africa, and reports on contacts between
151/11 Roman embassy returns from Africa with Gulussa, the son of Masiniss
148/15 Scipio returns from Africa with Phameas.
148/24 Carthaginians send envoys to Africa, Mauretania, and Macedonia, urgin
148/27 given command of the war in Africa, and carefully chooses the office
146/33 Africa is organized into a Roman province.
125/14 plague of locusts causes devastation in Africa and Numidia.
117/12 M.Cato dies while he is proconsul in Africa.
115/13 The censors redistribute public land in Italy and Africa.
113/18 .Papirius sells and leases out land in the Roman province of Africa.
109/2 rejects the treaty with Jugurtha, and Sp.Albinus returns to Africa.
109/6 Metellus arrives in Africa, and restores discipline in the Roman army
103/10 passes a law to provide land in Africa for the veterans of Marius.
100/18 udoxus' third voyage, in which he attempts to circumnavigate Africa.
95/21 blic speech of Q.Hortensius, on behalf of the inhabitants of Africa.
88/52 Carthage in the province of Africa, but is expelled by Sextilius.
84/21 C.Fabius drives a rebel army, led by Metellus Pius, out of Africa.
82/6 ius Hadrianus, propraetor in Africa, is burnt to death in a riot
82/30 Carbo flees to Africa, and the remains of his army are crushed by Pom
81/18 several others with Roman citizenship for their services in Africa.
81/20 The triumph of Pompeius, for his victories in Africa.
75/14 L.Lucullus governs Africa as propraetor.
69/19 Cn.Plancius serves with A.Torquatus in Africa.
67/2 Catilina is appointed to be propraetor in the province of Africa.
66/31 extortion while governor of Africa, and prevents him from standing
61/33 M.Caelius accompanies Q.Pompeius, the governor of Africa.
56/53 two letters from Cicero to Q.Valerius Orca, the governor of Africa.
49/19 arrives from Italy, and takes control of Africa, acting as governor.
48/70 ses the desert with his army to join Juba in the province of Africa.
47/35 is chosen to be overall commander of the Pompeian army in Africa.
47/66 aded by his mother Atia that he should not go to Africa with Caesar.
47/67 joins his army at Lilybaeum, to prepare for the invasion of Africa.
47/68 Caesar sails from Lilybaeum, and reaches Africa near Hadrumetum.
46/18 Deiotarus hears rumours that Caesar has suffered setbacks in Africa.
46/33 ives of Q.Ligarius and some others who fought against him in Africa.
46/40 Caesar sails for Sardinia, after settling affairs in Africa.
46/59 four triumphs on separate days, over Gaul, Egypt, Pontus and Africa.
45/42 money from the province of Africa Nova, while acting as its governo
43/40 Caes]:BAfr_, the accounts of Caesar's wars in Alexandria and Africa.
42/18 xtius seizes the province of Africa, after defeating and killing Q.Co
40/12 extius, the governor appointed by Antonius, defeats Fango in Africa.
34/6 The triumph of Statilius Taurus, from Africa.
33/11 The triumph of L.Cornificius, from Africa.
Julius- JULIUS CAESAR], African War - Bellum Africum

  Africa 2   - the continent of Africa
  + African , Africans , Libya , Libyan
146/25 exploration along the north-western coast of the African continent.
48/48 Cato and Scipio go to Africa with the remains of Pompeius' army.
40/20 Octavianus allows Lepidus to take control of the African provinces.
36/21 Statilius Taurus secures the African provinces, and brings them under
    Within translations:
AnthPal_7.290   as he was lying on the Libyan sand not far from the beac
AnthPal_7.626   hest Nasamonian wilds of Libya, no longer, your expanse
AnthPal_9.391   win. Wrestling is Argive, not Libyan. & * & Antaeus was
AnthPal_9.424   eluged all ? This is not Libya, these countless dwellings
AnthPal_12.145   number of grains in the Libyan sand to court the love of
Antiphil_9.310   eth, lighter than the sands of Libya. It proved a heavy
Antiphil_9.413   take no count of the sands of Libya. * & One of the small
AntipThes_7.185   talian earth holds me an African, and near to Rome I lie,
Athen_1.7   they were very large in Africa, he sailed thither, withou
Athen_5.203   der his dominion, and to Libya, amounted to more than four
Athen_5.221   ying "The Numidians in Libya (where it is born) call the
Athen_6.270   ungry men & Than gold or Libyan ivory; as Achaeus the Eret
Athen_8.345   exploring the sands in Libya; of whom, however, very few
Athen_13.559   aves & Of the deep Libyan or Aegean sea & Scarce three of
Crinag_9.284   and more desert than the Libyan sands, rather than that
Crinag_9.419   oloeis and the western edge of Libya, glory goes everywher
Diod_34.31   . [31] &   In Libya the two kings drew up their armie
Diod_34.39   Bocchus, king of Libya, having sharply rebuked those who
Diod_36.1   occhus and Jugurtha, the African kings, and slew many thou
Diod_37.29   many noble acts, both in Africa and Europe, so that his
DioscEpigr_7.166   { G-P 39 } & In Africa on the banks of the Nile with
Ennius:Ann_546   wave parts Europe and Libya, think they have achieved
Festus:Brev_5   strait in the soil of African land is a province of the
Festus:Brev_21   Persians. Severus, by birth African, was a most active
Just_12.2   not less to do in Italy, Africa, and Sicily, than Alexande
Just_12.13   ans, and other states of Africa, as well as from the Spain
Just_13.4   lace Egypt, with part of Africa and Arabia, fell by lot
Just_13.7   was directed to go to Africa, and found the city of Cyr
Just_44.1   It lies between Africa and Gaul, and is bounded by the
Nicarch_7.166   ute. [7.166] & In Africa on the banks of the Nile with
Paean:Delph_2   goddess. And the Libyan aulos, pouring forth a honey-swe
Philip_9.290   with the blasts of the Libyan wind, the fierce Sirocco,
Philip_16.52   would number also the sands of Libya. * & i.e. Olympia.
Plinius:Ep_6.34   that the numerous African panthers you had bought had tur
Plut:Mor_205   one that seemed to be an African, who said he could not
Polyaen_4.21.1   hey procured partly from Africa, and partly from India
Poseidon_73   rest, on the northern coast of Africa. OBSERVATIONS ABOUT
Poseidon_80   (chapter 3.10) & The rivers in Libya are few and small.
Poseidon_98   other consists of Europe and Africa. The pointed ends
PsCallisth_1.35   king of Europe, Asia and Libya, speaks to the Tyrians, who
StephByz_70   The Egyptian, or Libyan, as most writers say, named from
THI_93   (c. 276) Many chariots came from Libya, many from Argos and many

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