Perusia   - in ancient sources @

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  Perusia   - a city in Etruria, Italy
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310/20 Fabius defeats the Etruscans in a second battle (? near Perusia).
310/22 The Etruscan cities of Perusia, Corsona, and Arretium agree to a thir
295/17 The propraetor Cn.Fulvius defeats the armies of Clusium and Perusia.
41/17 L.Antonius takes refuge in Perusia, and is surrounded by Octavian's
40/4 Octavianus captures Perusia.
    Within translations:
Obseq_41   'hello'. In the territory of Perusia and in some places at
Plin:HN_3.52   of Foroclodium, Pistorium, Perusia, the Suanenses, the
Plin:HN_3.53   passing not far from Tifernum Perusia and Ocriculum, and then, less
Plinius:Ep_1.4   Narnia, at Carsulae and Perusia! Even a bathing pla

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