Apulia   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Apulia   - a region in the south-east of Italy
Wikipedia entry
  + Apulian , Apulians
323/55 armies against the Samnites and Apulians, but no battle is fought.
321/4 Q.Fabius celebrates a triumph over the Samnites and Apulians.
317/17 The Romans capture Forentum, and the rest of Apulia submits to them.
297/10 Fabius defeats the Samnites, while Decius invades Apulia.
279/24 Pyrrhus invades Apulia, and is confronted by the Roman army.
216/19 The consuls arrive at the Roman camp in Apulia.
201/22 supervise the division of Roman public land in Samnium and Apulia.
88/11 defeats and kills Poppaedius in Apulia; the end of the Social War.
    Within translations:
Cic:Att_7.21 the point of entering Apulia and that Pompeius is on
CIL_1.401 (iii) Luceria in Apulia. Protection of a
Diod_37.2 rtant city of Venusia in Apulia, which had in it a great
FastTr_p96 onsul, & over the Samnites and Apulians, 12 k.Mart. (18th
Just_12.2 rst contest was with the Apulians; but when he learned
Ovid:Cons_377 nube, and the Dacian (?) Apulian in his far-off world (for

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