Lavinium   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Lavinium   - a city on the coast of Latium, Italy
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Aelian:NA_11.16   ate in the town of Lavinium,* which is in Latium - it
CIL_14.2067   Lavinia. Found at Lavinium. Lavinia, daug
CIL_14.2068   Text Silvius Aeneas. Found at Lavinium. Silvius Aen
Euseb]:Chron_185   reign; and Aeneias was king of Lavinium. Oxyntes, the son
Euseb]:Chron_271   the region, they founded Lavinium, thus bringing to an end
Euseb]:Chron_283   tinus, and founded the city of Lavinium, he was king for
FastTr_p95   consul, & over the Antiates, Lavinii and Veliterni, pr.
Just_43.1   built a city which he called Lavinium, from the name of
Obseq_24   were taking the auspices at Lavinium, the chickens flew from their
ValMax_1.6.7   he resolved to sacrifice at Lavinium, the chickens being let out
ValMax_1.8.7   from Troy, placed them in Lavinium. From thence they were by


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