Nuceria   - in ancient sources @

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  Nuceria   - a town in Campania, Italy
Wikipedia entry     ☆ DARE (map)
316/33 Nuceria abandons its alliance with Rome and joins the Samnites.
308/11 with the Marsi to fight against the Samnites, and capture Nuceria.
216/39 Hannibal captures Nuceria.
104/2 Minor slave uprisings at Nuceria and Capua.
104/27 and Tuder, and the miraculous restoration of an elm tree at Nuceria.
    Within translations:
CIL_1.638   there are 51 miles to Nuceria; 84 to Capua; 74 to M
Diod_36.2   irst rising was at Nuceria, where thirty servants entered
Diod_36.2a   first was around Nuceria, when thirty slaves formed a
Obseq_43   was found uncovered. At Nuceria an elm-tree overturned by
ValMax_9.6e.2   of baths the inhabitants of Nuceria, who trusting in his faith

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