Lanuvium - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a city in Latium, Italy
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adle of Roscius, the future actor, while he is sleeping at Lanuvium.
ttempts to buy a property at Lanuvium, because of the expense of rebu
Caecilius. Marble epistyle. Lanuvium. Not later
Titus Rebinius. Bronze urceus. Lanuvium. Quintus Aedi
fragment of an urceus found at Lanuvium, now in the Br
unded [the town of Lanuvium, and he reigned there] for
Tusculum, Cora, Cometia, Lanuvium, Labicum, Scaptia, Satri
spears of Mars moved. At Lanuvium the statue of Juno Sospita
Anagnia it rained earth. At Lanuvium a blazing torch was seen
blood drenched the earth. At Lanuvium a torch was seen in
gnawed the sacred gold. At Lanuvium between the third and fifth
were struck by lightning. At Lanuvium in the temple of Juno
gnawing the silver shields at Lanuvium, and the death of General
by a roof. Similarly at Lanuvium, where there are an Atalanta
(c. 100) [between the people of Lanuvium] and the people of Centuripae.Th
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