Faesulae   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Faesulae   - a town in Etruria, Italy
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81/8 veterans at Aleria, Arretium, Capua, Faesulae, Suessula, and Urbana.
78/18 are sent to Etruria, after an insurrection breaks out at Faesulae.
    Within translations:
GranLic_34   The inhabitants of Faesulae broke into the strongholds of
Obseq_49   their top and column. At Faesulae the earth flowed with blood.
Obseq_51   and tiles in public. At Faesulae a huge multitude was seen
Obseq_53   died in its hands. At Faesulae roaring was heard from the
Oros_7.37   him into the mountains of Faesulae, bottled up his two hundred
Plin:HN_7.60   of humble station at Faesulae named Gaius Crispinius Hilarus


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