Tarracina - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a town of the Volsci in Latium, Italy
The Romans defeat the Samnites at (?) Tarracina.
Octavianus travels across Italy to Tarracina in Latium.
a quarrel with him at Tarracina about a courtesan; it was
L_1 .890 (iii) Near Tarracina. 93 B.C. Inspecte
hich is now spoken of as Tarracina, belonging to the Volsc
wool sprouted from trees. At Tarracina in the temple of Minerva,
was killed by lightning. At Terracina triplet boys were born. At
on a tranquil day. At Terracina the praetor M. Claudius was
one strike of lightning. At Terracina on a tranquil day the
from a noble family in Tarracina, were brought to trial for
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