Colline   - in ancient sources @

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  Colline   Gate - a gate in the city wall of Rome, where Sulla defeated the Samnites
Wikipedia entry
82/32 mnite army, but is defeated and killed by Sulla at the Colline Gate.
81/49 ames to celebrate the anniversary of the battle at the Colline Gate.
    Within translations:
CIL_add.7   (early 1st cent.)   icated outside the Colline Gate in 181 B.C.] H B
CIL_add.8   (1st cent. A.D.)   Venus Erycina outside the Colline Gate. * * * [DE
Obseq_71   gardens of Caesar near the Colline Gate was struck from the
Oros_5.20   city of Rome and the Colline Gate, and joined battle with

  Colline 2   tribe - one of the tribes of the city of Rome
CIL_1.1299 son of Numerius, of the Colline tribe, a clerk; Vol
CIL_1.1308 son of Sextus, of the Colline tribe, for himself
CIL_1.2274 grandson of Quintus, of the Colline tribe, is pl
Joseph:AJ_14.145 the son of Lucius of the Colline tribe, and Papirius of
Joseph:AJ_14.239 son of Lucius, of the Colline tribe, Aulus Furius Terti
Syll_322 son of Marcus, of the Colline tribe Aristeas son of

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