Dalmatia - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a region on the east coast of the Adriatic Sea
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+ Dalmatae , Dalmatian , Dalmatians
The Romans send a commission under C.Fannius to Dalmatia.
The Romans declare war on the Dalmatians.
The Dalmatians defeat the consul Figulus.
the Romans not to demand troops from Locri during the Dalmatian War.
Scipio Nasica captures Delminium; the end of the Dalmatian War.
L.Metellus defeats the Dalmatians.
The Dalmatians capture Promona, a city of the Liburnians, and defeat
M.Octavius, one of Pompeius' officers, off the Dalmatian coast.
Octavianus attacks the Dalmatians.
The Dalmatians surrender to Octavianus.
[ Fr_19 ], concerning Dalmatia, says that there are som
_3.14625 Narona, in Dalmatia. To imp. Cae
sica, consul (II)], & over the Dalmatians ... ] & & [about
maticus, proconsul, & over the Dalmatians, 3 n on... ] [11
um, Histri, Libyrni, and Dalmatae were mastered; it passed
nnonias, Valeria, Savia, Dalmatia, Moesia Superior, Dardan
had triumphed over the Dalmatians, died in his 80th year
ius Caesar conquered the Dalmatians and Sarmatians, and
ready to flee, and the Dalmatian, at last a suppliant,
Athen_9.369'c-d & Produce of Dalmatia: turnips and carro
na. It comprises a Dalmatian shawl of the colour of fr
ated, a silvery, striped Dalmatiart shawl worth 260 dr
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