Cumae - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a city in Campania, Italy
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Hannibal fails to capture Cumae, after Gracchus comes to its defence.
The young P.Scipio visits the Sibyl at Cumae.
ns, including four days of weeping by the statue of Apollo at Cumae.
senate garrisons the sea coast between Cumae and Rome with freedmen.
Gnipho and M.Pompilius Andronicus teach students at Rome and Cumae.
Fam_16.10 & 16.13-15, letters from Cicero to Tiro, written at Cumae.
tt_10.8-18, twelve letters from Cicero to Atticus, written at Cumae.
Cic:Fam_7.4. a letter from Cicero to M.Marius, written at Cumae.
enecrates, the admiral of Sextus Pompeius, defeats Menas near Cumae.
expedition, stopped in Cumae, being by birth a Cyprian
hair." And the people of Cumae in Italy, as Hyperochus tel
"but it must be at Cumae, or Tusculum, when opportuni
of lead found apparently at Cumae. Mixed Latin and
plate found in a sepulchre at Cumae. Summoned to He
eventy years and was buried at Cumae. 199.4 .  [not
into exile and dwelt at Cumae, is said to have lived more
in a valley between Baiae and Cumae : LACTANTIUS : Varro
ed, and the ill-coloured Cumaean which is like the soles
[with new recruits]. But . . . Cumae . . . [ 5 lines missi
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