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  Hostilius   (Tullus Hostilius) - Roman king, about 670-638 B.C.
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Cic:Rep_2.31   by an interrex chose Tullus Hostilius as their king, and he
Cic:Rep_3.47   is Romulus or Pompilius or Tullus, perhaps you will not think
Cic:Tusc_1.38   reign of my namesake Tullus. His disciple Pythagoras greatly
Ennius:Ann_116   Numa Pompilius, Tullus Hostilius and Ancus Marcius & &
Ennius:Ann_139   of Mettius Fufettius by Tullus for refusing to help Rome
Ennius:Ann_143   ruction of Alba Longa by Tullus : SERVIUS , on clangor in
Euseb]:Chron_291   - for 41 years Tullus Hostilius - for 33 years Ancius
Festus:Brev_2   reigned 43 years; Tullus Hostilius reigned 44 years; Ancus
Oros_2.4   9 I shall tell how Tullus the founder of the military
Oros_4.12   hundred years, that is, from Hostilius to Caesar Augustus, there was
Polyaen_8.5.1   to accept and observe. [5] Tullus. In the reign of Tul
ValMax_3.4.1   held the infancy of Tullus Hostilius. His youth was employed in
ValMax_3.4.2   [4.2]   Though Tullus was a great man, and
ValMax_7.4.1   afield, was attacked by Tullus Hostilius with all his forces. At
ValMax_8.1.1   Horatius was condemned by king Tullus for having slain his sister,
ValMax_9.12.1   [12.1]   Tullus Hostilius was struck by lightning, and

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