Amiternum   - in ancient sources @

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  Amiternum   - a town of the Sabines, in Italy
Wikipedia entry     ☆ DARE (map)
CIL_1.1847   A right-of-way near Amiternum. Right-of-way
CIL_1.1848   Corvius. Found at Amiternum. Titus Corv
CIL_1.1853   .1853 Aqueduct at Amiternum. On stone. Re
CIL_1.1861   und in a wall at Preturo, near Amiternum: c. 185-160 B
Hieron:Chron_1930   tius Crispus was born at Amiternum, in the territory of
Obseq_20   At Amiternum a boy with three feet
Obseq_21   At Amiternum a boy was born with
Obseq_27   In Amiternum the sun was seen at
Obseq_41   At Amiternum when a boy was born
Oros_4.20   disease in the town of Amiternum. At this time also Hannibal
Plin:HN_3.107   Tereventinates; in the Sabine, Amiternum, Cures, Forum of Decius,

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