Lugdunum - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a city in Gaul, the modern Lyon
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Plancus and Lepidus found a Roman colony at Lugdunum.
Comata, he founded the city of Lugdunum. 189th OLYMPIAD
victor to greet Caesar at Lugdunum. 23 Tiberius, the stepson of
sides. Albinus was overthrown at Lugdunum and lost his life. 7
with his own hand at Lugdunum. His brother Decentius, whom he
territory is the colony of Lugdunum.
and from the Alps through Lugdunum to the harbour of the
were any booksellers at Lugdunum, and I am delighted to
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