Pyrenees   - in ancient sources @

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  Pyrenees   - a mountain range between Spain and Gaul
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218/28 Hannibal crosses the Pyrenees.
208/6 sdrubal retreats towards the Pyrenees after being defeated by Scipio
71/7 Pompeius leaves Spain, and sets up a trophy on the Pyrenees.
    Within translations:
Crinag_9.283   9.283] & { G-P 26 } & O Pyrenees and you deep-valleyed
Crinag_9.419   everywhere. The waters of the Pyrenees & testify it. The
Exsuper_56   ris. He set up a trophy on the Pyrenees and then returned
Just_44.1   by the Ocean Strait and the Pyrenees. It is smaller tha
Nepos_23.3   crossed the range of the Pyrenees. Wherever he marched, he warred
Oros_1.2.70   73 The Saltus forms the boundary of Hither
Oros_4.14   men - he crossed the Pyrenees in the consulship of P.
Oros_4.18   reduced all Spain from the Pyrenees to the Ocean to the
Oros_6.21   the extended range of the Pyrenees terminates in the north not
Oros_7.40   rush as far as the Pyrenees. Checked for the time being
Plin:HN_6.218   Gallia Aquitania Vienna, the Pyrenees and Celtiberia. A 35-ft.
Plin:HN_7.96   after erecting trophies in the Pyrenees he added to the record
Plin:HN_37.15   upon the summit of the Pyrenees a better likeness of yourself?
Sall:Hist_2.82   ecovered Gaul, the Pyrenees, Lacetania, and the Indigetes;

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