Anagnia   - in ancient sources @

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  Anagnia   - a town in Latium, Italy
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  + Anagnini
306/10 The Hernici and Anagnini surrender to Marcius.
280/28 Pyrrhus advances on Rome, as far as Anagnia in Latium.
    Within translations:
Cic:DeOr_2.269   Scaevola said to Septumuleius of Anagnia, ( to whom its weight
FastTr__A   the river Rhone in Gaul Anagnini Inhabitants of Anagnia,
FastTr_p96   Tremulus, consul, & over the Anagnini and Hernici, pr.
Obseq_11   struck from the sky. At Anagnia it rained earth. At Lanuvium
Obseq_15   At Anagnia the sky blazed with fire
Obseq_27   expense. It rained blood. At Anagnia a slave's tunic burst into

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