Rhine   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Rhine   - a European river, separating Gaul and Germany
Wikipedia entry
58/28 migrate, but he refuses and fortifies a stretch of the river Rhine.
55/17 etes and Tencteri, cross the Rhine and invade the territory of the
55/26 constructs a bridge over the Rhine, and briefly crosses over to the
53/29 Caesar crosses the Rhine for a second time, but he decides not to att
44/133 Plancus founds a Roman colony at Raurica, on the river Rhine.
    Within translations:
Athen_5.206 and pitch from the river Rhine; and he collected great qua
Crinag_7.741 by the streams of the Rhine, half dead from many wounds
Crinag_9.283 nearby sources of the Rhine, you are witnesses of the
Crinag_9.291 many drinks up the whole Rhine, & shall the might of Rome
Crinag_16.61 in war ; Araxes knows it and Rhine, drunk now by enslave
Festus:Brev.6 Alps as far as to the Rhine, battled with barbarians
Hieron:Chron_1961 . [1961] Caesar crossed the Rhine and defeated the Germ
Julian:Caes_320 the Danube once, I crossed the Rhine twice. The German con
Julian:Mis_337 barbarians across the Rhine sing savage songs composed
NicDam_125.1 that live as far as the Rhine and beyond the Ionian Sea
Ovid:Cons_377 so often - witness the Rhine and Alpine valleys and Isar
Sall:Hist_1.9 Gaul this side of the Rhine, between the Mediterranean

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