Saticula   - in ancient sources @

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  Saticula   - a town in Samnium, Italy
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316/31 The dictator L.Aemilius defeats the Samnites near Saticula.
315/5 us, the Roman magister equitum, is killed in fighting near Saticula.
315/17 The Samnites capture Plistica, and the Romans capture Saticula.
313/27 The Romans found colonies at Suessa Aurunca, Pontia, and Saticula.

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