Alban   - in ancient sources @

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  Alban   Mount - a mountain in Latium, where unofficial triumphs were celebrated
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230/2 over the Corsicans on the Alban Mount, after being refused an offi
172/5 tes a private triumph on the Alban Mount, for his victory in Corsica.
44/13 during a procession from the Alban Mount, but he rejects the title.
    Within translations:
FastTr_p101 cans, the first triumph on the Alban Mount, 3 non.Mart.
FastTr_p102 uls and the Ligurians, on the] Alban [Mount, ...] [196/5]
FastTr_p104 scribe, propraetor, & on the Alban Mount from Corsica,
FastTr_p108 ator (IV), & an ovation on the Alban Mount, 7 k.Feb. (26th
Just_42.3 out of Italy, from the Alban mount, when, after having
NicDam_127.13 onsuls had to ascend the Alban Mount to perform the custom

  Alban 2   Lake - a lake in Latium, near Alba Longa
Wikipedia entry
CIL_1.2659 ercules. A pillar found by the Alban Lake. . . . best
Euseb]:Chron_289 house was swallowed up by the Alban lake. The Romans who

Albansee Alba

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