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  Alba   Longa - an ancient town of Latium, which was destroyed by the Romans
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  + Alban , Albans
Aelian:NA_11.16   the Trojan, set out to found Alba, and Rome was a colony
Cic:Rep_2.4   they say that Amulius, the Alban king, fearing the overthrow of
CIL_1.1439   the back.} Dedicated in the Alban terms of ritual.
CIL_6.1308   slaughtering the Gauls in the Alban territory]. CIL_6
CIL_6.40932   [Aeneas]; the [fourth king of Alba; reigned] for 31 y
CIL_6.40933   Silvius; the sixth [king] of Alba; reigned for [39]
CIL_13.3.4   _13.3.4 ) a king of Alba . . . son of Sil
CIL_13.3.5   of Aventinus; king of Alba; reigned for 23 years.]
CIL_add.8   (1st cent. A.D.)   ngst the people of Alba and most of the other pe
Ennius:Ann_31   Aeneas meets the King of Alba; the story of Ilia, the daug
Ennius:Ann_55   of Amulius, King of the Albans; but before this she was
Ennius:Ann_130   ; War between Rome and Alba : FESTUS : The ancients used
Ennius:Ann_143   43] & The destruction of Alba Longa by Tullus : SERVIUS
Euseb]:Chron_275   the taking of Troy, the Albans sent out a colony, under
Euseb]:Chron_279   they say, built Alba and some other towns; Remus built
Euseb]:Chron_283   who founded the city of Alba Longa; this city was named
Euseb]:Chron_285   hill, which he called Alba, after the colour of the sow
Just_43.1   of Lavinium, and built Alba Longa, which for three hundr
Oros_2.4   army, declared war on the Albans, and how, although the issue
Oros_6.1   convicted of fornication? His Alban kinsmen, who persecuted the
Plin:HN_36.167   neighbourhood of Fidenae and Alba. In Umbria and Venetia,
Plinius:Ep_4.11   the Palace but to his Villa at Alba. There, with a wickedn
Polyaen_8.1.1   himself mounted the throne of Alba. And to prevent Numito
Polyaen_8.5.1   the Romans; in which the Albans, who were posted in the
ValMax_1.8.7   his son Ascanius removed to Alba, which himself had built: lest
ValMax_1.8.8   mention of the city of Alba, from whence our own had
ValMax_2.2.9   grandfather Numitor, king of the Albans, had permitted them to build
ValMax_6.3.6   all the rest of the Albans, when he was returning home
ValMax_7.4.1   Mettius the general of the Albans, when the two sides were

  Alba 2   Fucens - a town of the Marsi, which became a Roman colony
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303/18 The Romans found colonies at Sora and Alba.
167/27 Perseus is emprisoned at Alba Fucens.
165/16 Perseus dies in prison at Alba.
121/18 Bituitus is emprisoned at Alba.
91/35 Aesernia and Alba are besieged by the Italians.
77/15 Scipio is killed when the government forces capture Alba.
    Within translations:
CIL_1.1817   presented by three freedmen. Alba Fucens. Second cen
CIL_1.724   ext (v) On a pedestal found at Alba. 82-79 B.C. To 'Lu
Euseb]:Chron_239   who transferred him to Alba, where he was imprisoned and
Oros_4.20.30   died in a prison at Alba. 40 The younger son of
Oros_5.22   slain. 17 The city of Alba, besieged and suffering terribly from
ValMax_5.1.1   Perseus, when he died at Alba where he was imprisoned; they
ValMax_9.6.3   Therefore they sent him to Alba to be imprisoned.

  Alba 3   - an ancient name of the river Tiber
Euseb]:Chron_285 side it, which was then called Alba, but is now called Tib
Euseb]:Chron_287 was crossing the river Alba with an army, to fight again

  Alba 4   Silvius - an ancient king of the Latins
CIL_6.40933 crIt_13.3.3 ) Alba Silvius Alba [Silvius],
Euseb]:Chron_273 reigned fifty-one, then Alba, thirty-nine; after Alba,
Euseb]:Chron_287 inus died, his son Alba Silvius was chosen to be king,
Euseb]:Chron_289 Silvius - for 50 years Alba Silvius - for 39 years Epit

  Alba 5   - a river in Sicily
Diod_36.4 as he passed the river Alba, he turned aside from the

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