Lanuvium   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Lanuvium   - a city in Latium, Italy
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124/9 adle of Roscius, the future actor, while he is sleeping at Lanuvium.
56/55 ttempts to buy a property at Lanuvium, because of the expense of rebu
    Within translations:
CIL_1.1430   Caecilius. Marble epistyle. Lanuvium. Not later
CIL_1.2442   Titus Rebinius. Bronze urceus. Lanuvium. Quintus Aedi
CIL_1.452   fragment of an urceus found at Lanuvium, now in the Br
CIL_10.808   unded [the town of Lanuvium, and he reigned there] for
Euseb]:Chron_287   Tusculum, Cora, Cometia, Lanuvium, Labicum, Scaptia, Satri
Obseq_6   spears of Mars moved. At Lanuvium the statue of Juno Sospita
Obseq_11   Anagnia it rained earth. At Lanuvium a blazing torch was seen
Obseq_12   blood drenched the earth. At Lanuvium a torch was seen in
Obseq_20   gnawed the sacred gold. At Lanuvium between the third and fifth
Obseq_46   were struck by lightning. At Lanuvium in the temple of Juno
Plin:HN_8.221   gnawing the silver shields at Lanuvium, and the death of General
Plin:HN_35.17   by a roof. Similarly at Lanuvium, where there are an Atalanta
SEG_42.837   (c. 100) [between the people of Lanuvium] and the people of Centuripae.Th


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