Vestini   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Vestini   - a tribe in central Italy
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Wikipedia entry
302/26 The Vestini become allies of Rome.
89/32 The Romans besiege Pinna, a city of the Vestini.
89/33 The Vestini surrender to Pompeius.
    Within translations:
CIL_1.1805   at Barzano (territory of the Vestini). This has been
CIL_1.1806   Text A public work among the Vestini. On stone. Pre
CIL_1.394   at Navelli (territory of the Vestini). Titus Vettius
Obseq_51   In the territory of the Vestini it rained stones in a
Obseq_54   In the territory of the Vestini for seven days it rained
Oros_5.18   the Marrucini and the Vestini. This same Sulpicius killed
Plin:HN_3.38   Paeligni, Frentani, Marrucini, Vestini, Sabines, Picentes, Gauls,
Plin:HN_3.107   Carseoli; [107] in the Vestinian, Angulum, Penna and Peltuinum,


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