Luceria   - in ancient sources @

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  Luceria   - a town in Apulia, Italy
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320/20 magister equitum) captures Luceria and forces the Samnite defenders
314/7 The Romans recapture Luceria and found a colony there.
294/14 ius suffer heavy losses in a battle against the Samnites at Luceria.
    Within translations:
Cic:Fam_15.15   letter you sent me from Luceria! I should then have retai
CIL_1.401   CIL_1 .401 (iii) Luceria in Apulia. Prot
Oros_6.15   to the legions stationed at Luceria. 2 Caesar then betook himself

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