Corfinium - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a city in central Italy
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tion, and set their capital at Corfinium, which they rename Italica.
The Italians abandon Corfinium, and make Poppaedius their supreme com
attempts to resist Caesar at Corfinium, but is forced to surrender.
tions; amongst which was Corfinium, a large and famous cit
three legions stationed at Corfinium with Domitius, he transferred
Paelignian, the people of Corfinium; Superaequum and Sulmo; in
prisoner, also by Caesar, at Corfinium, grew tired of life and
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