Suessa   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Suessa   Aurunca - a town in Campania, Italy
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313/27 The Romans found colonies at Suessa Aurunca, Pontia, and Saticula.
83/21 Sertorius captures Suessa.
83/32 CIL_720, an inscription in honour of Sulla at Suessa.
Oros_4.17   territory of the Sidicini and Suessani by way of the Via
ValMax_2.2.4   his son the consul at Suessa. For when he observed that


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