Lipara   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Lipara   - an island off the north coast of Sicily
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304/14 Agathocles attacks the Lipara islands.
260/8 defeats the Carthaginians in a naval battle off the Lipara Islands.
257/13 C.Atilius carries out raids on Lipara and Melita.
252/7 Cotta captures Lipara, despite a defeat suffered by P.Aurelius (? or
126/11 her eruption at sea leads to the formation of an island near Lipara.
89/51 fires appear for several days on the islands of Lipara and Hiera.
71/43 impositions on Agyrium, Herbita, Acesta, Lipara, and other towns.
    Within translations:
Obseq_29   wide and far. At the Lipara islands the sea boiled and
Oros_4.7   made for the island of Lipara. Here Hannibal, by a typical
Oros_4.8   257 B.C. marched through Lipara and Melita, famous islands
Oros_5.10   day, on the island of Lipara and around its adjacent waters,
Oros_6.18   Pompeius between Mylae and the Lipara Islands and was victorious in
Plin:HN_3.93   {9.}   [93] Lipara, with a town possessing rights
Plin:HN_3.94   Didyme, is smaller than Lipara. The fifth, Eriphusa, and
Plin:HN_35.184   the islands Sardinia, Melos, Lipara and Strongyle; the most
Polyaen_6.16.5   and proposed to betray Lipara, an island next to Sicily,
ValMax_1.1e.4   a leading man of the Liparitans, by his wisdom provided for
ValMax_2.7.4   command of the siege of Lipara by the consul, who was
ValMax_6.9.11   captured by the Carthaginians at Lipara, and by the rules of

  Lipara 2   - a district near Delphi
Syll_610 (190)   n Damarmenos of Tolophon In Lipara. The properties


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