Messapia   - in ancient sources @

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  Messapia   - the south-east part ("heel") of Italy
Wikipedia entry
  + Messapii
266/2 The Romans annex Calabria and Messapia.
265/2 The second triumph of N.Fabius, over the Sallentini and Messapii.
265/2a The second triumph of D.Junius, over the Sallentini and Messapii.
    Within translations:
Athen_12.518   it from the Samnites and Messapians. But the Etruscans (as Alcimus
FastTr__M   Sabine town in Latium Messapii Inhabitants of Messapia
FastTr_p99   sul, & over the Sallentini and Messapii, k.Feb. (1st Febru
Plin:HN_3.99   The Greeks called it Messapia from their leader Messapus,
Plut:Agis_3   Archidamus, who was slain by the Messapii at Mandorium in

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