Sabines - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a tribe in central Italy
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Curius defeats the Sabines.
The second triumph of Curius, over the Sabines.
Sabines are granted Roman citizenship, without the right of suffrage.
Ariminum and Beneventum, and the Sabines are given voting rights.
life; and once, when the Sabines sent him a large sum of
es. [He routed the army of the Sabines] and the Etrusc
rated a triumph over the Sabines and Medullini; he led
routed the army of the Sabines and Etruscans; he pre
tin Text Manlia Sabina. In the Sabine territory. Ma
Monteleone in the old Sabine territory; Senarii on
(1st cent. A.D.) rinus on the hill . . . the Sabine name for a spea
dragged off the maidens of the Sabines at their public gam
tes between the Romans and the Sabines : FESTUS : Stolidus
a double kingship; the Sabines form a new tribe at Rome
this is the word used by the Sabines for acuta. 
Antemnae, a town of the Sabines Antiates Inhabitants of
nhabitants of Caenina, a Sabine town in Latium Caleni An
by the river Danube Hernici A Sabine tribe in Latium. Iap
habitants of Medullia, a Sabine town in Latium Messapii
the coast of Bruttium Sabines A tribe based in the moun
Marcius ... king, & over the Sab]ines and [Veientes ...]
maratus (II), king, & over the Sabines ...] [509/8] & P.
nsul, & over the Veientes] and Sabines, k.Mai. (1st May)
head in the territory of the Sabines. And some time befo
Etruscans [or "Gauls and Sabines" - Ar.] and split up the
ernum, in the territory of the Sabines. 173.3 .  [no
or soothsayers of the Sabines; or exiles from the Corin
arry with shepherds, the Sabine virgins were seized by for
selves done in the case of the Sabines. The Romans were
seems to have been born in the Sabine region. While he was
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