Firmum   - in ancient sources @

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  Firmum   - a Roman colony in Picenum, Italy
DARE (map)
264/21 The Romans found colonies at Firmum and Castrum.
90/29 Pompeius defeats the Italians near Firmum.
    Within translations:
CIL_1.1920   ennius. Bronze tablet found at Firmum. Now lost. [a] L
CIL_1.383   hers. Bronze tablet found near Firmum Picenum. Lucius
Plinius:Ep_6.18   the cause of the town of Firmum, and, though I am up to
ValMax_9.15.1   omit Equitius, the monster from Firmum in Picenum, who was mentioned

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