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- a city in Campania, Italy
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The inhabitants of Capua provide clothing and supplies for the Roman
The Romans intervene in civil discord in Capua.
aenius is elected dictator to investigate anti-Roman plots at Capua.
Capua goes over to Hannibal.
oves Decius Magius, a prominent supporter of the Romans, from Capua.
Hannibal takes his army back to Capua for the winter.
The Romans renew the siege of Capua.
ar, and makes the capture of Capua its main objective for the coming
Hannibal attacks the Roman army at Capua, but fails to dislodge it.
proceed with the siege of Capua, but to send troops for the protec
The Romans capture Capua, and punish their opponents in the city.
denied a triumph over the Capuans, because he had suppressed a reb
fire at Rome, allegedly started by disaffected Capuans.
The Sicilians and Capuans complain to the senate about their treatmen
Q.Fulvius continues to suppress resistance at Capua.
CIL_672, a dedication of works at Capua.
_674, the dedication of a wall at Capua to Spes, Fides, and Fortuna.
CIL_675, a wall dedicated to Venus at Capua.
the dedication of walls at Capua, to Ceres and to Castor and Pollux
Minor slave uprisings at Nuceria and Capua.
CIL_681, recording the dedication of works for Lares at Capua.
Sulla sends his army from Rome back to Capua.
CIL_891, a tessera from near Capua.
L_683, recording the dedication of a reservoir to Jupiter at Capua.
M.Brutus founds a colony at Capua.
Sulla advances against Norbanus at Capua, but Norbanus avoids him.
veterans at Aleria, Arretium, Capua, Faesulae, Suessula, and Urbana.
ape from a training school at Capua; the start of Spartacus' revolt.
L.Piso visits Capua, where he hold the office of duumvir.
2120 , & U'11 & & Postumius of Capua goes to Athens. 
tor, having escaped from Capua, a city of Italy, about the
seen, dedicated to Artemis in Capua, in Campania ; it was
to-day in the city of Capua, in Campania, - a cup
that the inhabitants of Capua in Campania, having become
that made at Neapolis and Capua is also very fine. That
tribune came to Capua, and brought an order to the cons
his friend Lucretius at Capua announced that Nigidius,
ext Dedication to Juno Lucina. Capua. An altar dedic
Latin Text Caesellia Hymnis. Capua. Here are placed
Gaius Fulmonius Metrophanes. Capua. Here are placed
Octavius. Naples or possibly Capua. Here are laid
.1600 Latin Text Pescennia. Capua. Here are laid
On a marble tablet found at Capua. Hexameters. c. 8
a mould for paterae, found a Capua: now in the Bri
to accommodation for shows at Capua. c. 106-92 B.C.?
the road from Regium to Capua and on that road placed
erculaneus in the territory of Capua. On a pedestal f
IL_1 .891 (iv) Near Capua? 86 B.C. Spurious?
The second was at Capua where two hundred rose up in arms
second was around Capua, when two hundred slaves joined
uring the siege of Capua, Hannibal marches on Rome, 211
cities which he named Capua, after Capys, his great-gra
defeated Norbanus near Capua, and after shutting up the
in Ar.] The Romans captured Capua, and conquered Sicily
days and was returning to Capua, the Roman dictator Quintus Fabius
At Capua the sun was seen at
During the Sullan period, between Capua and Vulturnum a mighty sound
Fulvius, the proconsul, captured Capua. The leaders of the
school of Gnaeus Lentulus at Capua. Under the leadership of Crixus
band of slaves, to carry Capua by assault. Bibulus died from
and passing through Rome and Capua in a winding course to
Inland are the following colonies: Capua, so named from its forty
and apportioning lands at Capua a person being carried
by the entire Seplasia of Capua }. Nevertheless I have found
when Fulvius Flaccus besieged Capua. For when our cavalry,
first of whom having taken Capua, and the latter having forced
besieged the Roman army in Capua, Vibius Acceus, prefect of a
at that time had captured Capua, which through the false promises
the Punic victory at Cannae, Capua taken, and all Italy ravaged,
meet him as far as Capua: and ordered that the best
the Second Punic For when Capua was besieged by Fulvius, there
consuls ought to belong to Capua, and the other to Rome:
of the nearby city of Capua, which with its delights fostered
this custom was observed in Capua for a considerable time, is
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