Surrentum - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a town on the coast of Campania, Italy
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ture Nola, along with Stabiae, Surrentum, Salernum, and other towns.
sweet-scented dust of Surrentum, hail, and hail, you
Gauranus and the hills of Surrentum. Here spread the plains of
the sea Nuceria itself, and Surrentum with the promontory of Minerva
between the district of Surrentum and the river Silarus
then, 8 miles from Surrentum, Capreae, celebrated for the
Italy, and, merely for cups, Surrentum, Hasta, and Pollentia, and by
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