Tusculum - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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+ Tusculan , Tusculans
roposal by M.Flavius to inflict severe punishments on the Tusculans.
setting of the dialogue at Tusculum, in books 3 & 4 of Cicero's
Cic:Tusc_, Cicero's philosophical treatise "Tusculan Disputations".
I saw you last at your Tusculan villa,- the History of
it must be at Cuma, or Tusculum, when opportunity offers
tin Text M. Vinucius. Found at Tusculum. [M. Vinucius,
Furius. Small pillars found at Tusculum. c. 225 B.C
.1443 Dedication at Tusculum. On a stone ci
Capua. An altar dedicated to Tusculan Juno Lucina. C
Pedestal of stone. Found at Tusculum. 189 B.C. (the
Tibur, Praeneste, Gabii, Tusculum, Cora, Cometia, Lanuvium
80th year at his villa near Tusculum. 196th OLYMPIAD
came from the town of Tusculum; also Manius Curius, who
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