Definition of Ligures

1. ligure [n] - See also: ligure



Lexicographical Neighbors of Ligures

ligroins
ligs
ligula
ligulae
ligular
ligularia
ligularias
ligulas
ligulate
ligulated
ligule
ligules
liguliflorous
liguloid
ligure
ligures (current term)
ligustrin
ligustrum
ligustrums
lii
liii
lik't
likabilities
likability
likable
likableness
likablenesses
likably
likasite
like

Literary usage of Ligures

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Origines Celticae (a Fragment) and Other Contributions to the History of Britain by Edwin Guest (1883)
"THE ligures the same people as the Ligues of Greek history; Lignes settled in Asia Minor, south of Colchis ; ligures settled in the north of Italy ; their ..."

2. A History of Rome to the Battle of Actium by Evelyn Shirley Shuckburgh (1894)
"CHAPTER XXIX WARS WITH THE BOII AND ligures, ... importance of the struggle with them and the ligures—The Boii attack Cremona and Placentia (199)—The ..."

3. Handbuch Der Alten Geographie by Albert Forbiger (1848)
"von den Römern aber ligures (Liv. 21, 26. 27, 49. 32, H). Plin. 3, 5, 6. ... 41) Sie werden im Allgemeinen in ligures Transalpini und 45) Der Name lautet im ..."

4. A General History of Rome from the Foundation of the City to the Fall of by Charles Merivale (1886)
"The Siculi, the ligures, the Pelasgians, the Aborigines, the Arcadians, the Etruscans, the Sabines, and the Latins ; comparison of their religious ideas and ..."

5. A Dictionary of Applied Chemistry by Thomas Edward Thorpe (1921)
"... however, to include in his cyanide ligures the hydrocyanic acid removed from the gas during condensation, allowance for which would probably raise the ..."

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