Pisaurum - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a Roman colony in Picenum, Italy
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Roman colonies are founded at Potentia and Pisaurum.
boundary stones between Pisaurum and Fundanum by M.Varro Lucullu
and T. Accius, of Pisaurum, to whom I replied in behalf
ars found with others at Pisaurum, three of them dedic
gift, bestowed by matrons of Pisaurum. CIL_1 .379 L
Accian estate near Pisaurum is named after him, because
thundered frequently. At night at Pisaurum an image of the sun
down to the sea. At Pisaurum a roaring was heard from
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