Sacer   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Sacer   (Mons Sacer) - a hill in Rome
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Wikipedia entry
Cic:Brut_54   ves of what is called the Mons Sacer, M. Valerius the dict
Cic:Rep_2.58   the plebeians seized first the Sacred Mount, and then the Aventine
Cic:Rep_2.63   under arms] at first the Sacred Mount, as they had done
CIL_11.1826   back down from the Mons Sacer, and reconciled them
Sall:Hist_1.10   arms and seized the Mons Sacer and the Aventine; as a resu


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