Canusium   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Canusium   - a town in Apulia, Italy
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318/28 Teanum and Canusium surrender to the Romans.
216/24 The Roman survivors collect at Canusium.
209/6 Indecisive fighting between Hannibal and Marcellus near Canusium.
89/22 Cosconius defeats the Samnites under Trebatius near Canusium.
83/12 Sulla defeats Norbanus at Canusium.
    Within translations:
Ennius:Ann_543   tongues like a man of Canusium' in Horatius [ Sat_1.10'
Plin:HN_3.102   the Hirpini mountains and past Canusium.
Plin:HN_3.104   Venusia and the towns of Canusium and Arpi, formerly called Argos
ValMax_4.8.2   within the walls of Canusium, yet she showed herself


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