Campania   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Campania   - a region on the west coast of Italy, south of Rome
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  + Campanian , Campanians
296/6 mnite army which had invaded Campania, in a battle near the river Vol
280/29 Pyrrhus retires to Campania.
217/31 Hannibal crosses to Campania, which he lays waste.
215/25 Gracchus defeats the Campanians at Hamae.
215/32 Fabius advances into Campania.
215/37 duel between Claudius Asellus and the Campanian champion Taurea.
214/9 Hannibal devastates Campania and attacks Nola, but fails to capture
165/17 as praetor buys up and redistributes the public land in Campania.
94/1 CIL_682, a statute of the Pagus Herculaneus in Campania.
59/22 Cicero to Atticus, referring to proposals for using Campanian land.
59/25 sses a law to distribute the Campanian land, in addition to his previ
56/20 proposes a motion to revise Caesar's allotment of Campanian land.
56/24 via his brother Quintus) to abandon the motion about Campanian land.
47/62 Caesar quells a mutiny in Campania, after the soldiers threaten the
44/67 Antonius visits Campania, and allocates land to veterans.
40/7 Tiberius Nero and his wife Livia escape from Campania to Sicily.
    Within translations:
Athen_01.7 at Minturnae, a city of Campania, eating very expensive
Athen_04.153 ome of the tribes of the Campanians practise single combat
Athen_12.528 inhabitants of Capua in Campania, having become exceeding
CIL_1.1597 fius. Origin unknown; probably Campania. Time of Su
CIL_1.1847 public road, namely the Campanian, at the nearest p
CIL_1.398 tin Text On a bronze vessel of Campanian origin. No
FastTr_p95 III), & over the Latins, Campanians, Sidicini and Aurunci,
FGrH_255.6 ear the Romans gave [the Campanians] Roman citizenship [wi
GranLic_9 orised him to buy up the Campanian territory, which previo
Hieron:Chron_1944 war against the gladiators in Campania. [1943 in Ar.] L.L
Hieron:Chron_2029 and Augustus died at Atella in Campania, in the 76th year
Hieron:Chron_2052 [not in Ar.] Tiberius died in Campania.
Just_22.1 the next, against the Campanians, he excited such hopes
NicDam_* 130.132-136 * money, first of all into Campania where were the Seventh
Polyaen_06.15.1 city defenceless. [15] The Campanians. The Campanians
Polyaen_06.38.5 annibal defeated the Romans in Campania by the following
Schol:Bob_88 gather at the waters in Campania, in order to restore the
Schol:Bob_89 had bought an estate in Campania, which had previously


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