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  Etruria   - a region of Italy, north of Rome
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  + Etruscan , Etruscans , Tuscan , Tyrrhenia
312/5 appointed dictator in anticipation of an attack by the Etruscans.
311/21 Aemilius defeats an Etruscan army near Sutrium.
311/29 Aemilius celebrates a triumph over the Etruscans.
310/3 Roman victory over the Etruscans near Sutrium.
310/20 Fabius defeats the Etruscans in a second battle (? near Perusia).
310/22 The Etruscan cities of Perusia, Corsona, and Arretium agree to a thir
309/7 Cursor defeats the Etruscans near Lake Vadimon.
309/18 The triumph of Fabius, over the Etruscans.
308/12 year's truce between the Romans and Etruscans.
301/29 The Etruscans defeat the Roman master of the horse (? Aemilius).
301/30 Valerius defeats the Etruscans near Rusellae, after which they agree
301/31 Valerius celebrates a triumph over the Etruscans and Marsi.
299/8 The Gauls invade Etruria.
299/10 Valerius invades Etruria.
298/11 Scipio invades Etruria.
298/14 consuls are dominated by the threat from the Etruscans and Samnites.
298/15 The triumph of Fulvius, over the Samnites and Etruscans.
296/5 Volumnius defeat a combined Etruscan and Samnite army in Etruria.
296/5 Volumnius defeat a combined Etruscan and Samnite army in Etruria.
296/9 onsuls to take charge of the war against the Etruscans and Samnites.
295/1 Fabius is assigned Etruria as his province, and enrols volunteers to
295/2 senate on the situation in Etruria, and Decius is sent to join him
295/21 The Romans suppress further resistance in Etruria and Samnium.
295/23 The triumph of Fabius, over the Samnites, Etruscans, and Gauls.
294/16 The chief Etruscan cities agree to a forty years' truce with Rome.
293/1 The triumph of Postumius, over the Samnites and Etruscans.
293/12 The Faliscans join an Etruscan revolt.
293/15 Carvilius defeats the Etruscans, and forces the Faliscans to sue for
283/3 Dolabella defeats the Boii and the Etruscans at Lake Vadimon.
282/29 The Romans defeat the Boii and Etruscans in a second battle.
280/2 The triumph of Marcius, over the Etruscans.
280/11 Coruncanius leads an army against the Etruscans.
225/10 Aemilius arrives in Etruria and takes command of the Roman army.
217/10 Hannibal follows a difficult route through marshes into Etruria.
217/16 Hannibal devastates the countryside in Etruria.
196/8 The praetor M'.Glabrio suppresses a conspiracy of slaves in Etruria.
167/28 are distributed amongst the Etruscan cities; but the historian Polyb
90/32 L.Porcius defeats the Etruscans.
89/2 ttempts to encourage revolt in Etruria, but is defeated by Pompeius.
87/15 exile, and advances through Etruria, where he is joined by Brutus
83/29 recruits more supporters in Etruria and then leaves for his province
78/18 Both consuls are sent to Etruria, after an insurrection breaks out
78/20 for the mountainous areas of Etruria, where he makes military prepara
77/9 near the Campus Martius, and forces him to retreat back to Etruria.
63/46 Manlius collects an army and openly starts a revolt in Etruria.
    Within translations:
Aelian:Fr_281 & The idle character of the Etruscans. [282] & {280 DF}
Aelian:NA_8.19 vessel on the shore of Etruria, and proceeding inland
Aelian:NA_12.46 46] & There is an Etruscan story current which says that
Aelian:NA_13.27 evil from Tarentum and Etruria to say to this, men who
AntipSid_6.46 from its mouth. * & Because an Etruscan invention. [6.47]
Athen_4.153 ain. But among the Etruscans luxurious tables are spread
Athen_4.154 ors at Olympia, that the Etruscans used to box to the musi
Athen_6.240 st. And Antiphanes says in his Etruscan - & A. For he will
Athen_6.244 the comic poet, in his Etruscan, mentions Gryllion the
Athen_6.273 them. And from the Etruscans they derived the practice of
Athen_12.519 the preference to the Etruscans, and of foreigners to
Athen_13.607 and who was surnamed the Etruscan, used often to put on
Athen_14.632 ely barbarised, becoming Etruscans or Romans, and to have
CIL_6.1308 umph after defeating the Etruscans at Sutrium and subd
CIL_6.40943 army of the Sabines] and the Etruscans. [He preve
CIL_11.1827 army of the Sabines and Etruscans; he prevented the a
CIL_add.8 (1st cent. A.D.)   ntius the king of the Etruscans agreed to come to t
Diod_38.5 uck with fear. The Etruscan soothsayers declared that this
ElegMaec_1.1 of royal race, O Tuscan-born, you were the right hand
Ennius:Ann_66 act. Tiberis is in Tuscan dialect Tiber, which you order
Ennius:Ann_156 Priscus with the Latins (or Etruscans ?) : FESTUS : Sos
Ennius:Ann_159 vius Tullius ; wars with Etruria : MACROBIUS : We must not
Ennius:Ann_160 & A battle in Servius' Etruscan wars : MACROBIUS : 'The
Euseb]:Chron_269 whole region was called Tyrrhenia, from the name of one
Euseb]:Chron_287 my, to fight against the Etruscans, he fell into a whirlpo
Exsuper_38 fought on the coast of Etruria, and Lepidus started to
Exsuper_46 ction of any force, escaped to Etruria. He was afraid that
Exsuper_47 nemy. [47] But the Etruscans were faithful supporters of
FastTr__V tants of Veii, a city in Etruria Veliterni Inhabitants of
FastTr_p90 maratus (II), king, & over the Etruscans, [k.A]pr. (1st
FastTr_p94 Rutilus, dictator, & over the Etruscans, pr. non.Mai. (6t
FastTr_p96 rbula, consul (II), & over the Etruscans, id.Sext. (13th
FastTr_p97 IV), dictator (II), & over the Etruscans and Marsi, 10 k.D
FastTr_p98 hilippus, [consul,] & over the Etruscans, k.Apr. (1st Apri
GranLic_35 signed an army and set off for Etruria, as the senate inst
Hieron:Chron_1726 defeated the Gauls and Etruscans [or "Gauls and Sabines"
Hieron:Chron_1969 lution simultaneously in Etruria and Bruttium, but were
Just_38.6 rvants and slaves of the Etruscans, or, what was the most
Just_43.1 Mezentius, king of the Etruscans, and when he was killed
Plinius:Ep_3.4 had run down to my Tuscan estate to lay the foundations
Plinius:Ep_4.1 all branch off to see my Tuscan estate - not to inspect
Plinius:Ep_4.6 Julius Naso. My Tuscan farms have been lashed by hail;
Plinius:Ep_5.6 was about to visit my Tuscan villa in the summer, to
Plinius:Ep_5.18 am staying at my Tuscan house; I hunt and I study, somet
Plinius:Ep_9.15 took refuge on my Tuscan estate, thinking to pass my days
Plinius:Ep_9.36 me how I spend the day on my Tuscan villa in summer time
Plinius:Ep_9.40 ure time in summer at my Tuscan villa, and you ask what
Polyaen_5.2.21 when he was sailing to Etruria with a hundred warships
Polyaen_8.8.1 war between the Etruscans and Romans, when Porsenna was
Polyaen_8.25.3 ered his services to the Etruscans; they accepted, and app
Polyaen_8.31.1 cluded a treaty with the Etruscans, and sent as hostages
Sall:Hist_1.10 nius and the grievous war with Etruria still remained. Aft
Sall:Hist_1.67 very outset, when I saw Etruria conspiring, the proscribe
THI_51 (277/6)   house of Artemis: An Etruscan censer, lacking a b

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