Beneventum - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a town in Samnium, Italy, called Maloentum by the Greeks
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The Romans defeat Pyrrhus at the battle of Beneventum.
und colonies at Ariminum and Beneventum, and the Sabines are given
Gracchus defeats Hanno near Beneventum.
Fulvius defeats Hanno near Beneventum.
ia, eldest daughter). Found at Beneventum. Elegiacs
Latin Text Marcius Philodamus. Beneventum. Early in
.1737 Latin Text Offellius. Beneventum. Lucius Offe
1739 Latin Text C. Petuellius. Beneventum. Gaius Petue
Text Aulus Cervius, consul of Beneventum. On a frag
ext Gaius Faldilius, consul of Beneventum. On an old
& The battle of Beneventum ; Pyrrhus moves to attack
(during the battle of Beneventum ? ) : MACROBIUS , quot
Romans founded Ariminum and Beneventum. 124th OLYMPIAD
a change of name, Beneventum, the Ausculani, Aquiloni, Abellinates
for fighting so bravely at Beneventum, declined to ask for any
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