Tarentum - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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ves with an army to support Tarentum, and takes two hundred maidens
A treaty between Rome and Tarentum.
mments on the career of Rhinthon of Tarentum, a writer of comedies
Tarentum prepares for war against Rome.
Pyrrhus regains control of Corcyra, with help from Tarentum.
The Roman senate declares war on Tarentum.
Aemilius leaves Samnium and moves against Tarentum.
Pyrrhus sends Cineas ahead to Tarentum.
e triumph of Aemilius, over Tarentum and the Samnites and Sallentin
Pyrrhus recalls his son and other officers from Tarentum.
thaginian fleet sails up to Tarentum, but leaves without taking any
Papirius seizes part of Bruttium, and captures Tarentum.
about the presence of Carthaginian ships at the siege of Tarentum
Hannibal advances to Tarentum.
Hannibal captures Tarentum, though the citadel is still held by a
nian fleet joins in the blockade of the Roman garrison at Tarentum
Fabius captures Tarentum.
The triumph of Fabius, for his recovery of Tarentum.
T.Flamininus as praetor is appointed governor of Tarentum.
Accius reads one of his tragedies to Pacuvius at Tarentum.
foundation of Roman colonies, especially at Scylacium and Tarentum
CIL_1.590, a new constitution granted to Tarentum.
icero to Atticus, written during Cicero's journey down to Tarentum
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