Minturnae - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a town in Latium, Italy
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Roman colonies are founded at Minturnae and Sinuessa.
Marius is discovered hiding in a swamp near Minturnae.
The inhabitants of Minturnae send a Gaul to kill Marius, but he fails
belly, living chiefly at Minturnae, a city of Campania,
tions of the Ager Campanus and Minturnae. The Hamle
Ardea it rained earth. At Minturnae a wolf lacerated a guard
far and wide. At Minturnae, the Romans crucified five
himself in the swamps of Minturnae, where he had the bad
still exists the colony of Minturnae, through which runs the river
house of one Fannia at Minturnae for his security. For he
in a private house in Minturnae, did not dare to attack
nature. For C. Titinius of Minturnae took Fannia as his wife,
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