Curia   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Curia   Hostilia - a senate-house in Rome
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Wikipedia entry
Plin:HN_35.22   a side wall of the Curia Hostilia the subject being the
Schol:Bob_111   city and placed in the Curia Hostilia, which was then
ValMax_9.5.2   come to me in the Curia " I am ashamed to

  Curia 2   Pompeia - a senate-house in Rome
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Wikipedia entry
Cassiod:Chr_710   arch, Caesar was killed in the Curia Pompeia. [711] &  
Obseq_67   twenty three wounds in the Pompeian Senate by the conspirators.
Plin:HN_35.59   hung in front of the Curia which he built, in which

  Curia   - in documents
CIL_1.379 Added later? - Given by Mania Curia and Pola Livia. C


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