I first set out from the city of Saragossa, and proceeded down the river Ebro to Tortosa.
In the morning they continued on their way to find the river Ebro.
Within this curve, with its back to the Pyrenees and its face to the Ebro, lay the French army.
Sometimes also called Navarette; it lies beyond the Ebro, near Logroo.
These are the Keltiberians, and those who dwell on either side of the Ebro, as far as the sea-coast.
The train runs down the Ebro valley from Miranda to Saragosse.
To the west is the valley of the small river Bayas, which converges towards the Zadorra, joining the Ebro just above it.
It was a dark night, and the wind roared down the bed of the Ebro.
It rises in the Pyrenees, and joins the Ebro twenty-two miles southwest of Lrida.
The sea-coast from the Ebro to the Tiber was mostly friendly to her.