Mediolanum   - in ancient sources @

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  Mediolanum   - a city in northern Italy, the modern Milan
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222/22 Marcellus captures Mediolanum, the capital of the Insubres, and other
77/13 Pompeius' soldiers slaughter the senators of Mediolanum.
55/41 Vergilius moves from Cremona to Mediolanum.
    Within translations:
FastTr__I   to northern Italy, near Mediolanum (Milan) Istri Inhabita
Festus:Brev_6   part of Italy in which Mediolanum now is as far as to
Hieron:Chron_1964   the toga, and moved to Mediolanum; shortly afterwards,
Hieron:Chron_king   say that he came from Mediolanum) and at first he was
Oros_4.13   Claudius also captured Mediolanum, a very flourishing
Oros_4.20   slew ten thousand Gauls at Mediolanum. In a later battle eleven
Oros_7.22   while indulging his lust at Mediolanum.
Oros_7.25   at Nicomedia, and Maximianus at Mediolanum.
Oros_7.35   and tranquillity Theodosius died at Mediolanum.
Oros_7.36   the lately deceased bishop of Mediolanum, making a sign with his
Plin:HN_6.218   Ariminium, Bononia, Placentia, Mediolanum and all the
Plinius:Ep_4.13   said he. "Where?" I asked. "At Mediolanum," he replied.
Plinius:Ep_7.23   enough to meet Tiro at Mediolanum, but in order that you
ValMax_9.15e.1   a woman was punished at Mediolanum, on account of the same

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