Sallentini   - in ancient sources @

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  Sallentini   - a tribe in Calabria, southern Italy
307/14 Volumnius attacks the Sallentini.
302/4 from the territory of the Sallentini (according to some, by the
280/16 triumph of Aemilius, over Tarentum and the Samnites and Sallentini.
267/8 Regulus defeats the Sallentini, and captures Brundisium.
266/1 Regulus and Libo both celebrate triumphs, over the Sallentini.
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:
FastTr_p98 the Tarentines, Samnites and Sallentini, 6 id.Quint. (10
FastTr_p99 consul, & over the Sallentini, 8 k.Feb.] (23rd January)

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