Placentia   - in ancient sources @

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  Placentia   - a Roman colony in Cisalpine Gaul (northern Italy)
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218/20 The Romans found colonies at Placentia and Cremona.
218/53 Scipio retreats to Placentia.
217/4 Hannibal makes an unsuccessful attack on Placentia.
207/4 Hasdrubal arrives in Italy, but fails to capture Placentia.
200/7 The Gauls capture and destroy Placentia.
190/21 The Romans send additional settlers to Cremona and Placentia.
105/12 aternal grandfather of L.Piso (consul, 58 B.C.), moves to Placentia.
87/22 Cinna captures Ariminum and Placentia.
49/63 Caesar suppresses a mutiny in his army at Placentia.
48/80 The orator M.Calidius dies at Placentia.
    Within translations:
Cic:Brut_172 that T. Tinca, of Placentia, who was a very facetious man
Ennius:Ann_139 Rome : QUINTILIAN : Tinga of Placentia ... by writing
Hieron:Chron_1960 in the civil war, and died at Placentia while governing

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