Ariminum   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Ariminum   - a Roman colony on the coast of Umbria, Italy
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268/13 The Romans found colonies at Ariminum and Beneventum, and the Sabines
236/3 Fighting breaks out at Ariminum between the Boii and their allies fro
217/9 Flaminius enters his consulship at Ariminum.
87/22 Cinna captures Ariminum and Placentia.
78/33 cock is reported to have spoken, at a farm near Ariminum.
51/19 Italy (including a visit to Ariminum), instead of going to his Spani
49/7 Caesar crosses the river Rubicon, and advances to Ariminum.
    Within translations:
CIL_1.40 Manlius Acidinus, consul at Ariminum. Small table
GranLic_20 rius routed Servilius at Ariminum; his killed a few of his
Hieron:Chron_1732 not in Ar.] The Romans founded Ariminum and Beneventum.


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