Umbria - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a region in central Italy
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+ Umbri , Umbrian , Umbrians
Fabius defeats the Umbrians at Mevania.
he Romans trap and kill two thousand armed men in a cave in Umbria
Appuleius begins the siege of Nequinum in Umbria.
The Romans defeat the Umbrians.
A.Plotius defeats the Umbrians.
510, an inscription in honour of A.Pompeius at Interamna in Umbria
Caesar marches south through Umbria and Picenum.
that the nation of the Umbrians (and that is a tribe whi
atin Text (xiv) On a vessel of Umbrian origin. Foun
of Nequinum, a town in Umbria, eastern Italy Palaeopolit
Picentes Inhabitants of Umbria, in eastern Italy Priverna
ina (Sarsina), a town in Umbria, eastern Italy Satricani
The Romans defeated the Marsi, Umbri, and Paeligni. 117.2
us, who was born at Sarsina in Umbria, died at Rome. Becau
& Farewell. (*) & Asisium in Umbria (the modern Assisi).
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