Pinna   - in ancient sources @

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  Pinna   - at town of the Vestini, in central Italy
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90/24 The Italians besiege Pinna, which remains loyal to Rome.
89/32 The Romans besiege Pinna, a city of the Vestini.
    Within translations:
Diod_37.19   hat happened to women of Pinna, who lamented their misfort
Diod_37.20   habitants of the city of Pinna fell into most dreadful cal
ValMax_5.4e.7   armed a young man of Pinna, called Pulto, in the Italian

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