Falernus   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Falernus   - a mountian and plain in Campania, Italy; famous for its wine
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  + Falerna , Falernian
318/39 Two new Roman tribes are created, Ufentina and Falerna.
90/7 Cn.Pompeius is defeated by the Italians near Mount Falernus.
    Within translations:
CIL_1.1578 her Lucius Papius of the Falernian tribe, son of Luc
CIL_1.1597 Orfius, son of Marcus, of the Falernian tribe. Rufa,
CIL_1.400 ank of the river Volturnus, in Falernian territory. c.
CIL_1.674 Lucius Lucius Pomponius of the Falernian tribe, son of
CIL_* 1.699-701 * Text (i) Esquiline, 102 B.C. Falernian-Massic. In the
Diod_37.3 ould not touch, but only Falernian and Chian, and other
Joseph:AJ_13.260 nius, the son of Caius, of the Falernian tribe, were prese
Syll_674 (c. 140)   mpronius son of Aulus of the Falernian tribe. Where


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