Antium - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a town on the coast of Latium, Italy
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The Romans draw up a new constitution for Antium.
Cicero to Atticus, written while Cicero was at Antium and Formiae.
ic:Att_4.5 & 4.8, letters from Cicero to Atticus, written at Antium.
meets Brutus and Cassius at Antium, after they are offered an appoin
greeting. & [ (?) Antium, June 7th, 44 B.C.] & I reached
a town of the Sabines Antiates Inhabitants of Antium,
sul (II), & over the Volsci of Antium ...] [462/1] & [L.
sul (II), & over the Volsci of Antium and the Satricani,
leave Rome safely and go to Antium). Even their houses
sky blazed with fire. At Antium a man was burnt alive
by a great fissure; at Antium, when men were harvesting, bloody
broke into the cities of Antium and Aricia and there killed
and off the coast of Antium is Astura, then Palmaria, Sinonia,
((?) c. 250) uncil: since Tiberius Claudius of Antium, the son of Gaius, w
as men were reaping near Antium. The waters of Caere were
voyage they put in at Antium, the snake, which had remained
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