Fregellae - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a town of the Volsci in Latium, Italy
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The Samnites capture Fregellae.
The dictator C.Poetelius captures Fregellae.
Fregellae revolts from Rome.
Fregellae is captured and destroyed by the praetor Opimius.
te, L. Papirius of Fregellae in Latium, who was almost con
 & Defence of Fregellae against the Romans ? : NONIUS
rs.  & Appeal of women at Fregellae at its capture,
Crustumerium, Caenina, Fregellae, Cameria, Medullia, and
hostages might live at Fregellae and that their prisoners
by this pestilence. At Fregellae, those who had conspired
to a one-handed boy. At Fregellae the temple of Neptune opened
the Ficolenses, the Fregellani, Forum Appi the
latter having forced the Fregellans to a surrender, both
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