Praeneste - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a town in Latium, Italy
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Cursor threatens an ally from Praeneste with the lictor's axe.
CIL_1.560-562, inscriptions on bronze caskets from Praeneste.
CIL_613, a dedication by L.Flamininus at Praeneste.
Marius at Sacriportus, and forces him to take refuge in Praeneste.
from the Capitol and elsewhere in Rome, and keeps it at Praeneste.
enters Rome, after handing over command at Praeneste to Q.Ofella.
fortifies the approaches to Praeneste, and stops an attempt by the
Praeneste is captured and Marius commits suicide: the end of the civi
Sulla punishes the inhabitants of Praeneste.
thridates, including a parade of the booty recovered from Praeneste.
entia, Interamnium, Larinum, Praeneste, Spoletium, Sulmo, and Volater
has a mosaic floor installed in the temple of Fortuna at Praeneste.
Catilina's supporters make an abortive attack on Praeneste.
a change to fit the needs of Praenestine Latin. Ma
CIL_* 1.59-62 *
Text Pillars or a temple at Praeneste. On stone f
[d] Lucius Decumius. On stone. Praeneste. To Fortuna P
ost. Gig-makers of Praeneste bestowed this as a gif
[c] Cattle-merchants. Found at Praeneste, now lost.
.1463 Treasury at Praeneste. Marcus Ani
L_1 .1469 A work at Praeneste. Gaius Sauf
Text Baths and water-supply at Praeneste. On stone. c
God of Freedom. Dedications at Praeneste to Fortuna Pr
Orcevius. On a pillar found at Praeneste. Gaius Sauf
weasel, with base and handle. Praeneste. Caress me. P
(1st cent. A.D.) which was found near Praeneste, preserves part
and would rescue Marius from Praeneste.  & And
fifteen thousand men to Praeneste, where he was besieged
which were: & & Tibur, Praeneste, Gabii, Tusculum, Cora,
up the consul Marius in Praeneste, killed him as he tried
who was defeated and fled to Praeneste. This is the Mari
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