Interamna   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Interamna   - a town in Umbria (Italy), the modern Terni
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82/56 2510, an inscription in honour of A.Pompeius at Interamna in Umbria.
    Within translations:
CIL_1.2510 tector of the borough of Interamna-on-Nar, because the

  Interamna 2   - a town in Latium (Italy), by the rivers Casinus and Liris
 
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312/20 The Romans found a colony at Interamna by the river Casinus.
294/15 Samnite raiders are defeated at Interamna.
    Within translations:
CIL_1.1903 A bathing-room at Interamna. Two stones
Ennius:Ann_171 The River Liris at Interamna Lirenas (?) : MACROBIUS : It
Schol:Bob_85 he had been staying at Interamna, which is a distance


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