Vulsinii   - in ancient sources @

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  Vulsinii   - a city in Etruria, Italy
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  + Vulsinienses
285/18 in fighting against the Lucanians and the inhabitants of Vulsinii
279/1a triumph of Coruncanius, over the inhabitants of Vulsinii and Vulci
265/4 Civil strife between citizens and ex-slaves at Vulsinii.
264/5 The Romans capture Vulsinii, and take ruthless action to restore
264/18 The triumph of Fulvius Flaccus, over the inhabitants of Vulsinii
    Within translations:
FastTr_p98   i.f. Ti.n., consul, & over the Vulsinienses and Vulcientes
FastTr_p99   Flaccus, consul, & over the Vulsinienses, k.Nov. (1st
Obseq_43   seen. In the territory of Vulsinii flames rose out of the
Obseq_51   it had rained stones. At Vulsinii a new moon waned and
Obseq_52   it had been tasted. At Vulsinii at daybreak flames were seen
Oros_4.5   At that time, too, the Volsinians, the most flourishing of the
Plin:HN_3.52   Volcentani surnamed Etrusci, and Volsinienses. In the same district
Plin:HN_33.35   nine miles this side of Volsinii; and the name survived till
Plin:HN_34.34   by storm the city of Volsinii for the sake of the
Plin:HN_36.135   querns have been found at Volsinii; and we find in records
ValMax_9.1e.2   vices infested the city of Volsinii with sad and direful calamities.

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