Vulsinii - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a city in Etruria, Italy
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in fighting against the Lucanians and the inhabitants of Vulsinii
triumph of Coruncanius, over the inhabitants of Vulsinii and Vulci
Civil strife between citizens and ex-slaves at Vulsinii.
The Romans capture Vulsinii, and take ruthless action to restore
The triumph of Fulvius Flaccus, over the inhabitants of Vulsinii
i.f. Ti.n., consul, & over the Vulsinienses and Vulcientes
Flaccus, consul, & over the Vulsinienses, k.Nov. (1st
seen. In the territory of Vulsinii flames rose out of the
it had rained stones. At Vulsinii a new moon waned and
it had been tasted. At Vulsinii at daybreak flames were seen
At that time, too, the Volsinians, the most flourishing of the
Volcentani surnamed Etrusci, and Volsinienses. In the same district
nine miles this side of Volsinii; and the name survived till
by storm the city of Volsinii for the sake of the
querns have been found at Volsinii; and we find in records
vices infested the city of Volsinii with sad and direful calamities.
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