Mediolanum - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a city in northern Italy, the modern Milan
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Marcellus captures Mediolanum, the capital of the Insubres, and other
Pompeius' soldiers slaughter the senators of Mediolanum.
Vergilius moves from Cremona to Mediolanum.
to northern Italy, near Mediolanum (Milan) Istri Inhabita
part of Italy in which Mediolanum now is as far as to
the toga, and moved to Mediolanum; shortly afterwards,
say that he came from Mediolanum) and at first he was
Claudius also captured Mediolanum, a very flourishing
slew ten thousand Gauls at Mediolanum. In a later battle eleven
while indulging his lust at Mediolanum.
at Nicomedia, and Maximianus at Mediolanum.
and tranquillity Theodosius died at Mediolanum.
the lately deceased bishop of Mediolanum, making a sign with his
Ariminium, Bononia, Placentia, Mediolanum and all the
said he. "Where?" I asked. "At Mediolanum," he replied.
enough to meet Tiro at Mediolanum, but in order that you
a woman was punished at Mediolanum, on account of the same
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