Saguntum - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a city in eastern Spain
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The inhabitants of Saguntum send an embassy to Rome, and agree an all
Civil dissension at Saguntum.
they have been attacked by Saguntum, and Hannibal sends their envoy
embassy from Saguntum at Rome.
Hannibal starts to besiege Saguntum.
Hannibal is wounded at Saguntum.
The senate votes to send an embassy to Saguntum.
Hannibal breaches a wall at Saguntum.
battle at Saguntum after the departure of the Roman embassy.
Unsuccessful peace negotiations at Saguntum.
Hannibal captures Saguntum.
Hannibal "re-founds" Saguntum.
debate in the Roman senate about the capture of Saguntum.
elux persuades Bostar to release the Spanish hostages from Saguntum.
The Romans capture Saguntum.
Saguntum and other cities welcome Pompeius on his arrival in Spain.
Metellus rewards Q.Fabius of Saguntum with Roman citizenship.
by force of arms, stormed Saguntum, a town allied with Rome,
ere also.  The Saguntines came to Octavius asking for
commander, first attacked Saguntum, a flourishing city
the City, he arrived at Saguntum and at once engaged the
Saguntum, also three miles from the sea, a town with Roman
that of an infant at Saguntum which at once went back
Hasta, and Pollentia, and by Saguntum in Spain and Pergamum in
of the Roman nation, the Saguntines were restrained within their own
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