Colline - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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Gate - a gate in the city wall of Rome, where Sulla defeated the Samnites
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mnite army, but is defeated and killed by Sulla at the Colline Gate.
ames to celebrate the anniversary of the battle at the Colline Gate.
(early 1st cent.) icated outside the Colline Gate in 181 B.C.] H B
(1st cent. A.D.) Venus Erycina outside the Colline Gate. * * * [DE
gardens of Caesar near the Colline Gate was struck from the
city of Rome and the Colline Gate, and joined battle with
tribe - one of the tribes of the city of Rome
son of Numerius, of the Colline tribe, a clerk; Vol
son of Sextus, of the Colline tribe, for himself
grandson of Quintus, of the Colline tribe, is pl
the son of Lucius of the Colline tribe, and Papirius of
son of Lucius, of the Colline tribe, Aulus Furius Terti
son of Marcus, of the Colline tribe Aristeas son of
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