Nola - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a city in Campania, Italy
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The Romans capture Nola.
Hannibal unsuccessfully attacks Nola.
Marcellus repels an attack by Hannibal on Nola.
vastates Campania and attacks Nola, but fails to capture any cities.
Q.Fabius Labeo judges a dispute between Neapolis and Nola.
nites under C.Papius capture Nola, along with Stabiae, Surrentum, Sal
Sulla defeats the Samnites under Cluentius near Nola.
Sulla leaves Rome to join the Roman army at Nola.
The Romans capture Nola, after which Mutilus is abandoned by his wife
victory of Marcellus at Nola, which was succeeded by many
icentines, the people of Nola, and other cities and nation
The inhabitants of Nola advanced against the town of Abell
year] the Samnites at Nola had done the same, out of
Teanum surnamed Sidicinum, and Nola; and the towns of
praetorium in the territory of Nola, on a sudden beheld a
Hannibal from the walls of Nola, resolved either to overthrow the
to settle the boundaries between Nola and the Neapolis. When they
had in his camp a Nolan infantryman of great courage, yet
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