Ancona - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a town in Picenum, Italy
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Cinna is killed in a mutiny at Ancona.
1930 Latin Text Unknown woman. Ancona. Senarii. [a] St
founded by the Sicilians, and Ancona, a colony founded by the
this side of Ariminium. At Ancona begins the Gallic coast named
of Butrium 105 miles from Ancona and not far from the
Italy. The distance across from Ancona to Pola is 120 miles.
Verona, Cremona, Ravenna, Ancona, Picenum, the Marsi,
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