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Longa - an ancient town of Latium, which was destroyed by the Romans
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+ Alban , Albans
the Trojan, set out to found Alba, and Rome was a colony
they say that Amulius, the Alban king, fearing the overthrow of
the back.} Dedicated in the Alban terms of ritual.
slaughtering the Gauls in the Alban territory]. CIL_6
[Aeneas]; the [fourth king of Alba; reigned] for 31 y
Silvius; the sixth [king] of Alba; reigned for 
_13.3.4 ) a king of Alba . . . son of Sil
of Aventinus; king of Alba; reigned for 23 years.]
(1st cent. A.D.) ngst the people of Alba and most of the other pe
Aeneas meets the King of Alba; the story of Ilia, the daug
of Amulius, King of the Albans; but before this she was
; War between Rome and Alba : FESTUS : The ancients used
43] & The destruction of Alba Longa by Tullus : SERVIUS
the taking of Troy, the Albans sent out a colony, under
they say, built Alba and some other towns; Remus built
who founded the city of Alba Longa; this city was named
hill, which he called Alba, after the colour of the sow
of Lavinium, and built Alba Longa, which for three hundr
army, declared war on the Albans, and how, although the issue
convicted of fornication? His Alban kinsmen, who persecuted the
neighbourhood of Fidenae and Alba. In Umbria and Venetia,
the Palace but to his Villa at Alba. There, with a wickedn
himself mounted the throne of Alba. And to prevent Numito
the Romans; in which the Albans, who were posted in the
his son Ascanius removed to Alba, which himself had built: lest
mention of the city of Alba, from whence our own had
grandfather Numitor, king of the Albans, had permitted them to build
all the rest of the Albans, when he was returning home
Mettius the general of the Albans, when the two sides were
Fucens - a town of the Marsi, which became a Roman colony
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The Romans found colonies at Sora and Alba.
Perseus is emprisoned at Alba Fucens.
Perseus dies in prison at Alba.
Bituitus is emprisoned at Alba.
Aesernia and Alba are besieged by the Italians.
Scipio is killed when the government forces capture Alba.
presented by three freedmen. Alba Fucens. Second cen
ext (v) On a pedestal found at Alba. 82-79 B.C. To 'Lu
who transferred him to Alba, where he was imprisoned and
died in a prison at Alba. 40 The younger son of
slain. 17 The city of Alba, besieged and suffering terribly from
Perseus, when he died at Alba where he was imprisoned; they
Therefore they sent him to Alba to be imprisoned.
- an ancient name of the river Tiber
side it, which was then called Alba, but is now called Tib
was crossing the river Alba with an army, to fight again
Silvius - an ancient king of the Latins
crIt_13.3.3 ) Alba Silvius Alba [Silvius],
reigned fifty-one, then Alba, thirty-nine; after Alba,
inus died, his son Alba Silvius was chosen to be king,
Silvius - for 50 years Alba Silvius - for 39 years Epit
- a river in Sicily
as he passed the river Alba, he turned aside from the
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