Faesulae - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a town in Etruria, Italy
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veterans at Aleria, Arretium, Capua, Faesulae, Suessula, and Urbana.
are sent to Etruria, after an insurrection breaks out at Faesulae.
The inhabitants of Faesulae broke into the strongholds of
their top and column. At Faesulae the earth flowed with blood.
and tiles in public. At Faesulae a huge multitude was seen
died in its hands. At Faesulae roaring was heard from the
him into the mountains of Faesulae, bottled up his two hundred
of humble station at Faesulae named Gaius Crispinius Hilarus
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