Thurii - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a Greek colony in southern Italy
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+ Thurian , Thurians
The inhabitants of Thurii give a statue and a golden crown to the
Fabricius defeats the Lucanians near Thurii.
The inhabitants of Thurii erect a statue to Fabricius for his help
The Tarentines attack Thurii.
The Carthaginians capture Thurii.
tin colonies are founded at Thurii and in the territory of the Brut
Spartacus captures Thurii and provides new weapons for his army
group of runaway slaves at Thurii, on his way to the province of
Olympic victor in the stadion race: Ariston of Thurii
Olympic victor in the stadion race: Ariston of Thurii (II)
How Archias the Thurian, who put them to death, died
get what is called the Thurian; and that is a part of
1694 Public hall at Thurii. Publius Magius
[376 B.C.] - Damon of Thurii, stadion race 102nd [372
B.C.] - Ariston of Thurii, stadion race 186th [36 B.C.]
rawn by four foals The men of Thurii ... the country ...
was afterwards called Thurii, he went thither with his
gadotheres, by country a Thurian, formerly an actor, but
ndridas, after the Thurians under his command had defeated
ridas always advised the Thurians against fighting a super
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