Ancus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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Marcius - king of Rome, about 640-616 B.C.
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of the Tiber, where King Ancus planted a colony many years
Scipio To succeed him ** Ancus Martius, grandson of Numa Pompilius
became the friend of King Ancus on account of his geniality
formed by the sons of Ancus, Servius began to rule, as
us, Tullus Hostilius and Ancus Marcius & & L & [117-20]
of Alba.  & The reign of Ancus Marcius. His accessio
as good.  & The death of Ancus Marcius : FESTUS :
Hostilius - for 33 years Ancius Marcus - for 33 years Tarq
p293] and his successor, Ancius Marcus, twenty-four years;
lines lost] [ ... ] & & [Ancus Marcius ... king, & over
tilius reigned 44 years; Ancus Marcius reigned 24 years;
fought under the leadership of Ancus were at last defeated; how
Tanaquil the wife of Ancus Marcius, admiring this prodigy,
a renowned descendant of king Ancus. He took his surname from
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