Brundisium - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a port in south-east Italy; the modern Brindisi
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Regulus defeats the Sallentini, and captures Brundisium.
The Romans found a colony at Brundisium.
Acilius crosses over to Greece from Brundisium.
Crassus sets out for Brundisium, to cross to Greece.
Paullus sets sail from Brundisium for Corcyra.
Eumenes arrives at Brundisium, but he returns home after the Roman
Charops of Epirus dies at Brundisium after appearing before the Roman
Sulla crosses over from Greece and arrives at Brundisium.
Spartacus withdraws towards Brundisium.
Pompeius arrives at Brundisium, and dismisses his army.
journey down to Vibo, and then across southern Italy to Brundisium.
a letter from Cicero to his wife Terentia, written at Brundisium.
Cicero arrives at Brundisium.
Crassus sails from Brundisium with his army, and proceeds through Gal
two letters from Cicero to Appius Claudius, written at Brundisium.
Atticus, written during Cicero's journey from Brundisium to Athens.
Atticus and Tiro, written on the journey from Athens to Brundisium.
Pompeius withdraws towards Brundisium.
The consuls leave Brundisium, and sail over to Greece.
Caesar arrives at Brundisium, and attempts to obstruct the harbour
Pompeius leaves Brundisium, and sails over to Greece.
Caesar sets sail from Brundisium, and lands with his army in Epirus.
forces Libo, the admiral of Pompeius, to withdraw from Brundisium.
M.Antonius sails over from Brundisium to Lissus with the remainder
Cicero returns to Brundisium, and Antonius arrives there shortly afte
c:Att_11.5-6, letters from Cicero to Atticus, written at Brundisium.
c:Att_11.7-8, letters from Cicero to Atticus, written at Brundisium.
_11.9-10, two letters from Cicero to Atticus, written at Brundisium.
Cicero meets Caesar at Brundisium, and is treated with respect.
command of the army in Macedonia, and summons it back to Brundisium.
Antonius leaves Rome to join the legions at Brundisium.
from Antonius to Octavianus, while marching from Brundisium to Rome.
Octavianus arrives at Brundisium, and takes on the name of Caesar.
and Octavianus sail with their army from Brundisium to Macedonia.
Domitius attacks Brundisium with his fleet.
Antonius sails to Italy, and attempts to capture Brundisium.
econciled with Octavianus at Brundisium, and agrees to marry his sist
Antonius sails to Brundisium, but leaves soon afterwards as Octavianu
Vergilius and Varius accompany Maecenas on a journey to Brundisium.
Octavianus sails from Brundisium to Corcyra, but is forced to withdra
ctavianus quells a mutiny at Brundisium and allocates land in Italy
having stayed at Brundisium until now, I strongly approv
be a response to the Pact of Brundisium in that y
those who sailed from Brundisium, sent envoys to Agron,
ething quite different - Brundisium, surrounded by a beaut
[not in Ar.] Pacuvius of Brundisium, the writer of tragedi
Ar.] Vergilius died at Brundisium, in the consulship of
and came to the port of Brundisium;  and when he was
his friends sailed to Brundisium, and went thence to
popular tumult, went to Brundisium, whither the former
lians, at that time, was Brundisium, which a party of Aeto
he set sail for Brundisium, for he had now learned that
experience, and set out from Brundisium for Rome. [19.]
Rome and went down as far as Brundisium to meet them.
fterward, he set out for Brundisium to take over the army
telligence and daring to Brundisium, to see if they could
into the Julian family, at Brundisium. When at the third hour
(c. 20) . . and Aktion and Brundisium and Tarraco and Ma[ssalia .
after he had returned to Brundisium. When he warded off her
30 B.C. went to Brundisium where he assigned different
a tedious passage from Brundisium to Dyrrachium, unknown
tioned at an island near Brundisium, ready to dispute his
his journey as far as Brundisium, where being informed by letters
himself put in sick at Brundisium. As soon as the Senate
quaestor to escort them to Brundisium, lest they should receive any
the legions to cross from Brundisium to Apollonia, he left his
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