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  Puteoli   - a Roman colony on the coast of Campania, Italy
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  + Dicaearcheia , Dicaearchia
194/1 The Romans send colonists to Puteoli, Volturnum, Liternum, Salernum,
105/18 CIL_698, a contract for building work at Puteoli.
78/4 Sulla settles a dispute at Dicaearchia.
63/83 The inhabitants of Puteoli complain to Cicero about the behaviour of
45/64 Caesar visits Cicero, near Puteoli.
    Within translations:
Aelian:NA_2.56   journey from Naples to Dicaearchia ** encountered a show
Aelian:NA_6.15   was similarly enamoured; at Puteoli also, in Italy. So,
Aelian:NA_13.6   learn of an octopus at Dicaearchia in Italy which attain
Antiphil_7.379   hral} A. "Tell me, Dicaearchia, & why you have built you
Athen_9.401   great many in our voyage from Dicaearcheia to Naples. For
Cic:Acad_2.80   view ! We can see Puteoli, but we can't see our
Cic:Acad_2.125   and have a view of Puteoli, so there are innumerable other
Cic:Tusc_1.86   heads, as did those of Puteoli; the people flocked from the
CIL_1.1617   Marcius. Apparently found at Puteoli. Lost? [a] To H
CIL_1.1618   618 Net-fighters of Puteoli. c. 106-92 B.C
CIL_1.698   ree, of the Roman colony Puteoli relating to building-
CIL_10.1797   and Gaius Calpurnius. Found at Puteoli. To 'Lucius Cal
Hieron:Chron_1974   writer of mimes, died at Puteoli 10 months after the death
Hieron:Chron_2013   lived on the estate at Puteoli in his old age, up until
NicDam_130.135   Gaius Cassius were at Dicaearchia, and when they learne
Obseq_25   In the hot springs at Puteoli streams of blood issued. Several
Philip_9.708   that labour. Now Dicaearchia has made the sea a continen
Plin:HN_6.216   the Lucanian territory, Neapolis, Puteoli, the Tuscan Sea, Corsica,
Plin:HN_8.6   been brought by sea to Puteoli they were made to walk
Plin:HN_33.106   lead, which is done at Puteoli, from which place it takes
Plin:HN_33.161   To these were added the Puteoli blue, and the Spanish blue,
Plin:HN_33.162   costs 11 denarii per pound. Puteoli blue is employed in the
Plin:HN_35.45   why the dark purple of Puteoli is more highly praised than
Plin:HN_35.166   dust, on the hills of Puteoli, encounters the waves of the
Plin:HN_35.167   different from the dust of Puteoli, not to be used for
Plin:HN_36.70   a permanent dock at Puteoli, to celebrate the remarkable
Poseidon_61   9.401'a & An island near Dicaearcheia, with a large popula
Schol:Bob_88   Cicero's own estate at Puteoli, in which he used to stay
ValMax_7.3.9   daylight. After that, coming to Puteoli and pretending that he was
ValMax_9.3.8   burning with indignation at Puteoli, because Granius the leading


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