Lavinium - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a city on the coast of Latium, Italy
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ate in the town of Lavinium,* which is in Latium - it
Lavinia. Found at Lavinium. Lavinia, daug
Text Silvius Aeneas. Found at Lavinium. Silvius Aen
reign; and Aeneias was king of Lavinium. Oxyntes, the son
the region, they founded Lavinium, thus bringing to an end
tinus, and founded the city of Lavinium, he was king for
consul, & over the Antiates, Lavinii and Veliterni, pr.
built a city which he called Lavinium, from the name of
were taking the auspices at Lavinium, the chickens flew from their
he resolved to sacrifice at Lavinium, the chickens being let out
from Troy, placed them in Lavinium. From thence they were by
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