Esquiline - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a hill and district in the city of Rome
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ats Marius and his supporters inside Rome, near the Esquiline Forum.
ius made this at Cales, in the Esquiline quarter. A s
Umbrian origin. Found on the Esquiline. Gaius Pacon
Text On a chalk lid of a well? Esquiline. I, Gaius Ant
(ii) Small pitcher, Esquiline necropolis. R
IL_1 .480 (iv) Pot. Esquiline necropolis. U
CIL_* 1.498-501 *
L_1 .498 (vi) Lamp. Esquiline necropolis.
IL_1 .504 (x) Lamp. Esquiline. Statia, our
L_1 .518 (xi) Lamp. Esquiline necropolis. P
ction of a burial-place on the Esquiline. On a pillar
jar. CIL_1 .699 (i) Esquiline, 102 B.C. Falerni
Text (ii) Between Viminal and Esquiline, 102 B.C. Fal
One of two stones found on the Esquiline at Rome. Tim
(1st cent. A.D.) Juno Lucina on the Esquiline, because on that
son of Sextus, of the Esquiline tribe,  Caius Pomp
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