Balearic - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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Islands - islands in the Mediterranean Sea, near Spain
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Mago leaves Spain for the Balearic Islands; the end of Carthaginian
Q.Metellus conquers the Balearic islands.
king Bogud in Mauretania, and goes off to the Balearic Islands.
outhern border of Latium Baleares Inhabitants of the Balea
eares Inhabitants of the Balearic Islands Boii A tribe of
earicus, proconsul, & over the Baleares, pr. n on... ] [12
nus of Narbo died on the Balearic Islands, to which he had
between Sardinia and the Balearic Islands. The Stoechades Islands
104 There are two Balearic Islands, the larger and the
overran and subdued the Balearic Islands. By slaughtering a
the Tuscan Sea, Corsica, the Balearic Islands and the middle of
 But those in the Balearic Islands called cave-snails do not
they bring famine to the Balearic Islands by ravaging the crops.
the peoples of the Balearics petitioned the deified Augustus
Ebusus, although Spain and the Balearic Islands close by are teeming
also produced in Egypt, the Balearic Islands and Africa, but the
scorpions, and that of the Balearic Islands and Ebusus is fatal
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