Luna   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Luna   - a city in Etruria, Italy
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177/8 The Romans found a colony at Luna.
168/52 nes and Masinissa, and from Pisa and Luna, appear before the senate.
155/22 L_1.623, an inscription at Luna in honour of M.Claudius Marcellus.
142/16 An outbreak of plague at Luna.
    Within translations:
Ennius:Ann_14   : Take note, ye citizens, of Luna's harbour - it is wort
Obseq_22   great amongst the people of Luna, that there were corpses lying
Obseq_43   Lucania it rained milk, at Luna blood. At Ariminum a dog
Obseq_27a   rivers ran with milk. At Luna an area of land, four

  Luna 2   - the Roman goddess of the moon
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Wikipedia entry
CIL_add.8   (1st cent. A.D.)   B Business in Assembly. To Luna on the Aventine h
Oros_5.12   fled through the Temple of Luna, leaped down into a private

Lunasee Cleopatra13


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