Patavium - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a city in Venetia, Italy; the modern Padua
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rritory of the Veneti, but is routed by the inhabitants of Patavium.
Asinius Pollio menaces the city of Patavium.
ards the west, and its name is Patavium.* They say that
Latin Text Quintus Marcius. Patavium. If any man
nus. On a pedestal of stone at Padua, but made in Aqui
L_1 .633 (vii) Near Padua, 141 or 116 B.C.
the historian Titus Livius of Patavium were born. 180.3
The historian Livius died at Patavium. [not in Ar.] The
maturity. On that day at Patavium the augur C. Cornelius, when
the towns of Acelum, Patavium, Opitergium, Velunum, Vicetia and
Altinum, Venetia, Vicetia, Patavium, Verona, Cremona, Ravenna,
belonged to the township of Patavium. You know the char
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