Aquileia - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a city in northern Italy, at the head of the Adriatic Sea
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band of Gauls crosses the Alps and settles near Aquileia.
The Romans expel the Gauls who had settled near Aquileia.
Roman colonies are founded at Aquileia and Graviscae.
Envoys from Issa meet Caesar at Aquileia.
IL_1 .2197 Works at Aquileia (c. CIL, 1.2,
CIL_1 .2198 Gate at Aquileia. c. 100 B.C.?
Text Dedication of c. 90 B.C., Aquileia. Stone slab.
stone at Padua, but made in Aquileia. 181 B.C. or l
a stone pedestal found near Aquileia. 129 B.C. Satu
so long a voyage, near Aquileia, and were called Istrian
was killed by Pupienus at Aquileia. His death also brought the
time had established himself at Aquileia, to be a spectator of
flows past the colony of Aquileia situated 15 miles from the
same name, 33 miles from Aquileia. Six miles beyond Tergeste is
on his statue there: From Aquileia to the river Tityus 2000
a town 12 miles from Aquileia was destroyed by Marcus Claudius
Brixia, Verona, Vicetia, Opitergium, Aquileia, Tergeste and Pola, to
the Adriatic Sea, Aquileia, Altinum, Venetia, Vicetia,
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