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  Capua   - a city in Campania, Italy
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321/13 The inhabitants of Capua provide clothing and supplies for the Roman
318/38 The Romans intervene in civil discord in Capua.
314/15 aenius is elected dictator to investigate anti-Roman plots at Capua.
216/35 Capua goes over to Hannibal.
216/36 oves Decius Magius, a prominent supporter of the Romans, from Capua.
216/44 Hannibal takes his army back to Capua for the winter.
212/17 The Romans renew the siege of Capua.
211/1 ar, and makes the capture of Capua its main objective for the coming
211/8 Hannibal attacks the Roman army at Capua, but fails to dislodge it.
211/18 proceed with the siege of Capua, but to send troops for the protec
211/23 The Romans capture Capua, and punish their opponents in the city.
211/26 denied a triumph over the Capuans, because he had suppressed a reb
210/3 fire at Rome, allegedly started by disaffected Capuans.
210/4 The Sicilians and Capuans complain to the senate about their treatmen
210/19 Q.Fulvius continues to suppress resistance at Capua.
111/18 CIL_672, a dedication of works at Capua.
110/11 _674, the dedication of a wall at Capua to Spes, Fides, and Fortuna.
108/14 CIL_675, a wall dedicated to Venus at Capua.
106/17 the dedication of walls at Capua, to Ceres and to Castor and Pollux
104/2 Minor slave uprisings at Nuceria and Capua.
98/13 CIL_681, recording the dedication of works for Lares at Capua.
88/61 Sulla sends his army from Rome back to Capua.
86/17 CIL_891, a tessera from near Capua.
84/35 L_683, recording the dedication of a reservoir to Jupiter at Capua.
83/5 M.Brutus founds a colony at Capua.
83/27 Sulla advances against Norbanus at Capua, but Norbanus avoids him.
81/8 veterans at Aleria, Arretium, Capua, Faesulae, Suessula, and Urbana.
73/8 ape from a training school at Capua; the start of Spartacus' revolt.
58/12 L.Piso visits Capua, where he hold the office of duumvir.
    Within translations:
Athen_6.272 tor, having escaped from Capua, a city of Italy, about the
Athen_12.528 that the inhabitants of Capua in Campania, having become
Athen_15.688 and that made at Neapolis and Capua is also very fine.
Cic:Att_7.21 tribune came to Capua, and brought an order to the cons
Cic:Att_7.24 his friend Lucretius at Capua announced that Nigidius,
CIL_1.1581 ext Dedication to Juno Lucina. Capua. An altar dedic
CIL_1.1588 Latin Text Caesellia Hymnis. Capua. Here are placed
CIL_1.1591 Gaius Fulmonius Metrophanes. Capua. Here are placed
CIL_1.1596 Octavius. Naples or possibly Capua. Here are laid
CIL_1.1600 .1600 Latin Text Pescennia. Capua. Here are laid
CIL_* 1.1603-1606 * On a marble tablet found at Capua. Hexameters. c. 8
CIL_1.2489 a mould for paterae, found a Capua: now in the Bri
CIL_1.2506 to accommodation for shows at Capua. c. 106-92 B.C.?
CIL_1.638 the road from Regium to Capua and on that road placed
CIL_1.682 erculaneus in the territory of Capua. On a pedestal f
CIL_1.891 IL_1 .891 (iv) Near Capua? 86 B.C. Spurious?
Diod_36.2 The second was at Capua where two hundred rose up in arms
Diod_36.2a second was around Capua, when two hundred slaves joined
Ennius:Ann_* 288-290 * uring the siege of Capua, Hannibal marches on Rome, 211
Euseb]:Chron_279 cities which he named Capua, after Capys, his great-gra
FGrH_252.A defeated Norbanus near Capua, and after shutting up the
Hieron:Chron_1805 in Ar.] The Romans captured Capua, and conquered Sicily


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