Misenum   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Misenum   - a port in Campania, Italy
Wikipedia entry
132/1 Cornelia, the mother of the Gracchi, retires to Misenum.
86/5 Marius builds a villa near Misenum, which earns the admiration of Sul
69/6 make raids against Caieta, Ostia, and Misenum on the Italian coast.
39/7 The treaty of Misenum, between the triumvirs and Sextus Pompeius.
    Within translations:
Plinius:Ep_6.16 was stationed at Misenum, where he was in active command
Plinius:Ep_6.20 red while I remained behind at Misenum. I had indeed start
SelPap_1.111 Pachon and was posted to Misenum, though I have not
SelPap_1.112 me. On arriving at Misenum I received from Caesar t
SelPap_1.85 from the praetorian fleet of Misenum, has made a w
SelPap_2.206 hose belonging to the fleet of Misenum. 56. Soldiers

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