Genua   - in ancient sources @

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  Genua   (Genoa) - a city on the north-west coast of Italy
Wikipedia entry
  + Genoa , Genuan , Genuans , Genuates
117/9 CIL_584, record of an arbitration between Genua and the Veturii.
    Within translations:
CIL_1.584   the territories of the Genuates and the (Langenses)
Obseq_24   embarked on a ship at Genua, a snake was found on
Plin:HN_3.48   Porcifera, the town of Genua, the river Fertor, Portus
Plin:HN_6.217   Pisa, Luna, Luca, Genua, Liguria, Antipolis, Massilia,
ValMax_1.6.7   went by another route to Genua, and there went aboard a

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