Campania - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a region on the west coast of Italy, south of Rome
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+ Campanian , Campanians
mnite army which had invaded Campania, in a battle near the river Vol
Pyrrhus retires to Campania.
Hannibal crosses to Campania, which he lays waste.
Gracchus defeats the Campanians at Hamae.
Fabius advances into Campania.
duel between Claudius Asellus and the Campanian champion Taurea.
Hannibal devastates Campania and attacks Nola, but fails to capture
as praetor buys up and redistributes the public land in Campania.
CIL_682, a statute of the Pagus Herculaneus in Campania.
Cicero to Atticus, referring to proposals for using Campanian land.
sses a law to distribute the Campanian land, in addition to his previ
proposes a motion to revise Caesar's allotment of Campanian land.
via his brother Quintus) to abandon the motion about Campanian land.
Caesar quells a mutiny in Campania, after the soldiers threaten the
Antonius visits Campania, and allocates land to veterans.
Tiberius Nero and his wife Livia escape from Campania to Sicily.
at Minturnae, a city of Campania, eating very expensive
ome of the tribes of the Campanians practise single combat
inhabitants of Capua in Campania, having become exceeding
fius. Origin unknown; probably Campania. Time of Su
public road, namely the Campanian, at the nearest p
tin Text On a bronze vessel of Campanian origin. No
III), & over the Latins, Campanians, Sidicini and Aurunci,
ear the Romans gave [the Campanians] Roman citizenship [wi
orised him to buy up the Campanian territory, which previo
war against the gladiators in Campania. [1943 in Ar.] L.L
and Augustus died at Atella in Campania, in the 76th year
[not in Ar.] Tiberius died in Campania.
the next, against the Campanians, he excited such hopes
NicDam_* 130.132-136 *
money, first of all into Campania where were the Seventh
city defenceless.  The Campanians. The Campanians
annibal defeated the Romans in Campania by the following
gather at the waters in Campania, in order to restore the
had bought an estate in Campania, which had previously
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