Appian   - in ancient sources @

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  Appian   Way - a road leading south from Rome, constructed by Appius Claudius
Wikipedia entry
  + Appia
312/21 The construction of the Via Appia.
    Within translations:
CIL_6.40943 sor, [he constructed the Appian Way] and [brought] an
CIL_11.1827 nsor, he constructed the Appian Way and brought an aqu
CIL_1.1202 stone. Found at Rome on the Appian Way: c. 140 B
CIL_1.1211 yard of San Cesario on the Via Appia at Rome; c. 150
CIL_1.1212 Gaius Atilius Euhodus. On the Appian Way. Tablet of m
CIL_add.7 (early 1st cent.)   built by the Appian Way outside the Porta Cape
Hieron:Chron_1693 aqueduct and constructed the Appian Way. [1691 in Ar.]
Hieron:Chron_1849 onument of Scipio on the Appian Way, less than a mile out
Nepos:Att_22 uried close by the Appian Way, at the fifth milestone from
Schol:Bob_112 that the murder on the Appian Way was against the intere

  Appian 2   Aqueduct - an aqueduct at Rome, constructed by Appius Claudius
Wikipedia entry
312/22 The construction of the Appian Aqueduct.

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