Alban - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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Mount - a mountain in Latium, where unofficial triumphs were celebrated
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over the Corsicans on the Alban Mount, after being refused an offi
tes a private triumph on the Alban Mount, for his victory in Corsica.
during a procession from the Alban Mount, but he rejects the title.
cans, the first triumph on the Alban Mount, 3 non.Mart.
uls and the Ligurians, on the] Alban [Mount, ...] [196/5]
scribe, propraetor, & on the Alban Mount from Corsica,
ator (IV), & an ovation on the Alban Mount, 7 k.Feb. (26th
out of Italy, from the Alban mount, when, after having
onsuls had to ascend the Alban Mount to perform the custom
Cornelius was returning from the Alban Mount he became paralysed and
The Alban Mount seemed to be on
the Latin festival on the Alban Mount when a sacrifice was
to receive flesh on the Alban Hill, namely the Albani, Aesolani,
can be seen from the Temple of Jupiter Latiaris Out of
way of triumphing on the Alban Mount, and set a precedent
Lake - a lake in Latium, near Alba Longa
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ercules. A pillar found by the Alban Lake. . . . best
house was swallowed up by the Alban lake. The Romans who
For on a sudden the Alban lake, neither augmented by any
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