Patavium   - in ancient sources @

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  Patavium   - a city in Venetia, Italy; the modern Padua
Wikipedia entry     ☆ DARE (map)
  + Padua
302/14 rritory of the Veneti, but is routed by the inhabitants of Patavium.
41/11 Asinius Pollio menaces the city of Patavium.
    Within translations:
Aelian:NA_14.8   ards the west, and its name is Patavium.* They say that
CIL_1.2172   Latin Text Quintus Marcius. Patavium. If any man
CIL_1.621   nus. On a pedestal of stone at Padua, but made in Aqui
CIL_1.633   L_1 .633 (vii) Near Padua, 141 or 116 B.C.
Hieron:Chron_1958   the historian Titus Livius of Patavium were born. 180.3
Hieron:Chron_2033   The historian Livius died at Patavium. [not in Ar.] The
Obseq_65a   maturity. On that day at Patavium the augur C. Cornelius, when
Plin:HN_3.130   the towns of Acelum, Patavium, Opitergium, Velunum, Vicetia and
Plin:HN_6.218   Altinum, Venetia, Vicetia, Patavium, Verona, Cremona, Ravenna,
Plinius:Ep_1.14   belonged to the township of Patavium. You know the char

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