Puteoli   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Puteoli   - a Roman colony on the coast of Campania, Italy
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  + Dicaearcheia , Dicaearchia
194/1 The Romans send colonists to Puteoli, Volturnum, Liternum, Salernum,
105/18 CIL_698, a contract for building work at Puteoli.
78/4 Sulla settles a dispute at Dicaearchia.
63/83 The inhabitants of Puteoli complain to Cicero about the behaviour of
45/64 Caesar visits Cicero, near Puteoli.
    Within translations:
Athen_09.401 great many in our voyage from Dicaearcheia to Naples. For
CIL_10.1797 and Gaius Calpurnius. Found at Puteoli. To 'Lucius Cal
CIL_1.1617 Marcius. Apparently found at Puteoli. Lost? [a] To H
CIL_1.1618 618 Net-fighters of Puteoli. c. 106-92 B.C
CIL_1.698 ree, of the Roman colony Puteoli relating to building-
Hieron:Chron_1974 writer of mimes, died at Puteoli 10 months after the death
Hieron:Chron_2013 lived on the estate at Puteoli in his old age, up until
NicDam_130.135 Gaius Cassius were at Dicaearchia, and when they learne
Poseidon_61 9.401'a & An island near Dicaearcheia, with a large popula
Schol:Bob_88 Cicero's own estate at Puteoli, in which he used to stay


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