Tarquinii   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Tarquinii   - a city in Etruria, Italy
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  + Tarquinienses
Cic:Rep_2.34   at Corinth, and came to Tarquinii, the most prosperous city of
Cic:Tusc_5.109   fled from Corinth to Tarquinii, settled there, and had
CIL_1.412   Text (ii) On paterae found at Tarquinii. I, Retus Gab
CIL_1.447   Text an urceus found at Tarquinii Minerva's dish C
CIL_1.451   Text an urceus found at Tarquinii Venus' dish CIL_1
FastTr_p91   [over the Veientes and Tarquinienses, k.Mart.] (1st Marc
Obseq_43   monkey. In the territory of Tarquinii rivers of milk arose gushing
Obseq_45   At Tarquinii a blazing torch was seen
ValMax_5.3.3   came to his house near Tarquinii for shelter in the time

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