Fregellae   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Fregellae   - a town of the Volsci in Latium, Italy
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320/17 The Samnites capture Fregellae.
313/7 The dictator C.Poetelius captures Fregellae.
125/5 Fregellae revolts from Rome.
125/9 Fregellae is captured and destroyed by the praetor Opimius.
    Within translations:
Cic:Brut_170   te, L. Papirius of Fregellae in Latium, who was almost con
Ennius:Ann_168   [168] & Defence of Fregellae against the Romans ? : NONIUS
Ennius:Ann_169   rs. [169] & Appeal of women at Fregellae at its capture,
Euseb]:Chron_287   Crustumerium, Caenina, Fregellae, Cameria, Medullia, and
Nepos_23.7   hostages might live at Fregellae and that their prisoners
Obseq_30   by this pestilence. At Fregellae, those who had conspired
Obseq_52   to a one-handed boy. At Fregellae the temple of Neptune opened
Plin:HN_3.64   the Ficolenses, the Fregellani, Forum Appi the
ValMax_2.8.4   latter having forced the Fregellans to a surrender, both


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