Puteoli - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a Roman colony on the coast of Campania, Italy
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+ Dicaearcheia , Dicaearchia
The Romans send colonists to Puteoli, Volturnum, Liternum, Salernum,
CIL_698, a contract for building work at Puteoli.
Sulla settles a dispute at Dicaearchia.
The inhabitants of Puteoli complain to Cicero about the behaviour of
Caesar visits Cicero, near Puteoli.
journey from Naples to Dicaearchia ** encountered a show
was similarly enamoured; at Puteoli also, in Italy. So,
learn of an octopus at Dicaearchia in Italy which attain
hral} A. "Tell me, Dicaearchia, & why you have built you
great many in our voyage from Dicaearcheia to Naples. For
and Gaius Calpurnius. Found at Puteoli. To 'Lucius Cal
Marcius. Apparently found at Puteoli. Lost? [a] To H
618 Net-fighters of Puteoli. c. 106-92 B.C
ree, of the Roman colony Puteoli relating to building-
writer of mimes, died at Puteoli 10 months after the death
lived on the estate at Puteoli in his old age, up until
Gaius Cassius were at Dicaearchia, and when they learne
that labour. Now Dicaearchia has made the sea a continen
9.401'a & An island near Dicaearcheia, with a large popula
Cicero's own estate at Puteoli, in which he used to stay
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