Beneventum   - in ancient sources @

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  Beneventum   - a town in Samnium, Italy, called Maloentum by the Greeks
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275/17 The Romans defeat Pyrrhus at the battle of Beneventum.
268/13 und colonies at Ariminum and Beneventum, and the Sabines are given
214/10 Gracchus defeats Hanno near Beneventum.
212/8 Fulvius defeats Hanno near Beneventum.
    Within translations:
CIL_1.1732   ia, eldest daughter). Found at Beneventum. Elegiacs
CIL_1.1734   Latin Text Marcius Philodamus. Beneventum. Early in
CIL_1.1737   .1737 Latin Text Offellius. Beneventum. Lucius Offe
CIL_1.1739   1739 Latin Text C. Petuellius. Beneventum. Gaius Petue
CIL_1.395   Text Aulus Cervius, consul of Beneventum. On a frag
CIL_1.396   ext Gaius Faldilius, consul of Beneventum. On an old
Ennius:Ann_205   & The battle of Beneventum ; Pyrrhus moves to attack
Ennius:Ann_207   (during the battle of Beneventum ? ) : MACROBIUS , quot
Hieron:Chron_1732   Romans founded Ariminum and Beneventum. 124th OLYMPIAD
Plin:HN_3.105   a change of name, Beneventum, the Ausculani, Aquiloni, Abellinates
ValMax_5.6.8   for fighting so bravely at Beneventum, declined to ask for any

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