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  Tusculum   - a city in Latium, Italy
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  + Tusculan , Tusculans
323/68 roposal by M.Flavius to inflict severe punishments on the Tusculans.
52/54 setting of the dialogue at Tusculum, in books 3 & 4 of Cicero's
45/38 Cic:Tusc_, Cicero's philosophical treatise "Tusculan Disputations".
    Within translations:
Cic:Brut_20 I saw you last at your Tusculan villa,- the History of
Cic:Brut_300 it must be at Cuma, or Tusculum, when opportunity offers
CIL_add.1 tin Text M. Vinucius. Found at Tusculum. [M. Vinucius,
CIL_1.48 Furius. Small pillars found at Tusculum. c. 225 B.C
CIL_1.1443 .1443 Dedication at Tusculum. On a stone ci
CIL_1.1581 Capua. An altar dedicated to Tusculan Juno Lucina. C
CIL_1.616 Pedestal of stone. Found at Tusculum. 189 B.C. (the
Euseb]:Chron_287 Tibur, Praeneste, Gabii, Tusculum, Cora, Cometia, Lanuvium
Hieron:Chron_2020 80th year at his villa near Tusculum. 196th OLYMPIAD
Schol:Bob_80 came from the town of Tusculum; also Manius Curius, who


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