Carrhae   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Carrhae   - a city in western Mesopotamia, where the Parthians defeated Crassus in 53 B.C.
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53/21 general, attacks Crassus at Carrhae; the Romans are defeated with
    Within translations:
Athen_6.252   says that Andromachus of Carrhae was a flatterer of Licini
Hieron:Chron_1962   was captured with his son at Carrhae. [not in Ar.] Venti
Oros_1.2.30   42 From the city of Carrhae to the town of Cathippus,
Oros_6.13   in the neighbourhood of Carrhae, the Parthians under their
Oros_7.18   the enemy between Edessa and Carrhae and killed.
Oros_7.25   cities of Callinicus and Carrhae, Narseus defeated him. After
Plin:HN_5.86   named from its spring, and Carrhae, famous for the defeat of
ValMax_1.6.11   drawing his army out of Carrhae against the Parthians, he had


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