Pompeii - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a town in Campania, Italy
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The Roman admiral Albinus is killed in a mutiny at Pompeii.
The Romans capture Herculaneum and besiege Pompeii.
_735, graffiti on a wall at Pompeii with the name of C.Pumidius Diph
and I to mine at Pompeii, if there was a wind.
make out his villa at Pompeii, although there is nothing in
.1627 Colonnades at Pompeii. Marble tablet.
ext Public works (thermae?) at Pompeii (cf. CIL, 1,
uinctius and Marcus Porcius at Pompeii. Found in the a
Smaller theatre at Pompeii. Two stones
rnelius Diphilus and Cornelia. Pompeii. Early in the f
So may Venus of Pompeii, holy, hallowed goddess, be
theft. Painted on a wall at Pompeii. Late in the se
Aeneas. Found at Pompeii. Aeneas, son of
Romulus. Found at Pompeii. Romulus, so
struck by lightning. At Pompeii Vargunteius was struck dead
Roman army went to besiege Pompeii. The lieutenant of L. Sulla,
one of the Sirens, Herculaneum, Pompeii with Mount Vesuvius in view
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