Ancus   - in ancient sources @

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  Ancus   Marcius - king of Rome, about 640-616 B.C.
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Cic:Rep_2.5   of the Tiber, where King Ancus planted a colony many years
Cic:Rep_2.33   Scipio To succeed him ** Ancus Martius, grandson of Numa Pompilius
Cic:Rep_2.35   became the friend of King Ancus on account of his geniality
Cic:Rep_2.38   formed by the sons of Ancus, Servius began to rule, as
Ennius:Ann_116   us, Tullus Hostilius and Ancus Marcius & & L & [117-20]
Ennius:Ann_144   of Alba. [144] & The reign of Ancus Marcius. His accessio
Ennius:Ann_154   as good. [154] & The death of Ancus Marcius : FESTUS :
Euseb]:Chron_291   Hostilius - for 33 years Ancius Marcus - for 33 years Tarq
Euseb]:Chron_293   p293] and his successor, Ancius Marcus, twenty-four years;
FastTr_p90   lines lost] [ ... ] & & [Ancus Marcius ... king, & over
Festus:Brev_2   tilius reigned 44 years; Ancus Marcius reigned 24 years;
Oros_2.4   fought under the leadership of Ancus were at last defeated; how
ValMax_1.6.1   Tanaquil the wife of Ancus Marcius, admiring this prodigy,
ValMax_4.3.4   a renowned descendant of king Ancus. He took his surname from

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