Ravenna - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a city on the east coast of Italy
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Pompeius grants Roman citizenship to P.Caesius of Ravenna.
Caesar then betook himself to Ravenna. M. Antony and Q. Cassius,
Italy as far west as Ravenna. The Alemanni roamed through the
but was killed at Ravenna. 9 The persecutor Maximianus
at that time was at Ravenna, through the hidden providence of
Anemo; the Sabine town of Ravenna with the river Bedesis, and
The Po is carried to Ravenna by the Canal of Augustus;
river Formio, 189 miles from Ravenna, the old frontier of the
Patavium, Verona, Cremona, Ravenna, Ancona, Picenum, the
for instance at Ostia and Ravenna. The danger lies in the
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