Venusia   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Venusia   - a Roman colony in Apulia, Italy
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291/9 he Romans found a colony at Venusia, which was captured by Postumiu
208/13 ambush by Hannibal near Venusia; Marcellus is killed and Crispinus
88/33 Metellus captures Venusia.
65/23 The poet Horatius is born at Venusia.
47/55 :Fam_14.20, a letter from Cicero to Terentia, written near Venusia
    Within translations:
CIL_1.1702 unknown auctioneer. Found at Venusia. c. 50 B.C.? Se
CIL_1.402 .402 (i) Found at Venusia, now lost. c.
Diod_37.2 the important city of Venusia in Apulia, which had in
Hieron:Chron_1952 born to a freedman father at Venusia. 179th OLYMPIAD [=6


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