Dardani - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a tribe living north of Macedonia, and west of Thrace
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+ Dardania , Dardanian , Dardanians
onia; Ptolemy Ceraunus rejects an offer of help from the Dardani.
The Dardani invade Macedonia and defeat Demetrius.
temple of Athena at Lindus, after defeating the Dardani and Maedi.
urn to Macedonia after receiving news of an invasion by the Dardani.
ies from Rhodes, Thessaly, and the Dardani appear before the senate.
invade the territory of the Dardani, but suffer heavy losses while
Perseus attacks the Dardani, and captures (?) Chalestrum.
The Romans subdue the Maedi and Dardani.
punitive expedition against the Dardani and other Thracian tribes.
Curio defeats the Dardani.
Macedonia, fights unsuccessfully against the Dardani and Thracians.
lt, the destroyer of the Dardanians, has slain, piercing
Europe, says that the Dardanians had great numbers of
says- "In Paeonia and Dardania it has, they say, before
were subjugated; with Dardanians, Moesians, and Thracia
roconsul, subjugated the Dardanians and Moesiacians and
in the regions of Moesia and Dardania. Illyricus has
ortensius routed the Maedi and Dardani, who were harassing
received the surrender of the Dardani and Denselatae.
acedonia, he reduced the Dardanians and others of his neig
Illyrians, Thracians, Dardanians, and other barbarous
embassy from the Dardanians, offering him twenty thousan
how he had put down the Dardanians and Thessalians, when
to Philippus, the Dardanians, and all the neighbouring
ns. Meanwhile the Dardanians began to ravage the country
ere not long ago a prey to the Dardanians. 13 That they
caped to the land of the Dardani; and Lysimachus was left
Gaius Cotta set off into Dardania with all his army, so
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