Amulius   - in ancient sources @

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  Amulius   - brother of Numitor, and king of Alba Longa; killed by Romulus and Remus
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AnthPal_3.19   Servilia from the cruelty of Amulius. Mars had seduced
Cic:Rep_2.4   his birth they say that Amulius, the Alban king, fearing the
Ennius:Ann_55   gave birth. [55] & Amulius orders Ilia to he thrown into
Euseb]:Chron_275   -eight years. Then Amulius, having unjustly possessed hims
Euseb]:Chron_289   death, his younger son Amulius seized the throne by forc
Euseb]:Chron_291   Silvius - for 23 years Amulius Silvius - for 42 years
Euseb]:Chron_295   tins, and finishing with Amulius Silvius, who was killed
Just_43.2   gned in this city, Numitor and Amulius became joint sovere
Just_43.3   deprived. [43.3] Amulius being killed, the throne was
Naev:Pun_21   daughter. [21-2] Amulius rejoices at the preservation
Oros_2.2   which Procas, the father of Amulus and of Numitor and the
Oros_6.1   14 Was it his grandfather, Amulius, who exposed him to die?
Polyaen_8.1.1   his country's thanks. [1] Amulius. Amulius and Numito
Polyaen_8.2.1   formed a design against Amulius, possessed themselves of

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