Aequi   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Aequi   - an Italian tribe, living to the east of Latium
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  + Aequicoli
304/12 Sempronius subdues the Aequi.
304/22 Sempronius celebrates a triumph over the Aequi.
302/10 .Junius Bubulcus defeats the Aequi: the final subjugation of the Aequ
302/13 elebrates a triumph over the Aequi, and dedicates a temple to Salus,
    Within translations:
Cic:Rep_2.36   number. Later he conquered the Aequi, a powerful and warlike nation
CIL_6.1302   ius Fertor Resius, king of the Aequicoli. He was the f
CIL_6.1308   at Sutrium and subduing the Aequi and Volsci. He ce
FastTr_explanation   of Tribes and Peoples Aequi A tribe in the mountains
FastTr_p92   icipitinus, consul, & over the Aequi and Volsci ...] [462/
FastTr_p96   .n. Sophus, consul, & over the Aequi, 7 k.Oct. (24th Septe
Oros_2.12   defeat of his army. The Aequi and the Volsci had met
Oros_3.3   the cities of the Falisci, Aequi, and Sutrini, and who had
Plin:HN_3.106   The Fucine Lake; in the Aequiculan, Cliternia and Carseoli; [107] in
Plin:HN_3.108   of the tribes of the Aequicoli the Comini, Tadiates, Caedici and
ValMax_2.7.7   time when, after the Aequiculi were vanquished, he compelled
ValMax_5.2.2   had been invaded by the Aequi, because shortly before the Tusculans


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