Clusium   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Clusium   - a city in Etruria, Italy
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295/3 Roman legion is attacked and destroyed by the Gauls near Clusium.
295/15 unt a diversionary attack on Clusium, while they advance against the
295/17 The propraetor Cn.Fulvius defeats the armies of Clusium and Perusia.
225/8 The Gauls advance as far as Clusium, and then turn to face the Roman
82/22 indecisive battle between Sulla and Carbo at Clusium.
    Within translations:
CIL_1.440   .440 a patera from Clusium. Aesculapius'
Ennius:Ann_251   read. [251-2] & The Gauls near Clusium, 225 B.C. ; terror
Obseq_57   huge war. In Etruria at Clusium a mother of a family
Oros_2.19   under Brennus was besieging Clusium, now called Tuscia, they
Plin:HN_3.52   Blerani, Cortonenses, Capenates, Clusini Novi, Clusini Veteres,
Plin:HN_36.91   close to the city of Clusium, in a place where he


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