Cumae   - in ancient sources @

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  Cumae   - a city in Campania, Italy
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  + Cumaean
215/26 Hannibal fails to capture Cumae, after Gracchus comes to its defence.
211/29 The young P.Scipio visits the Sibyl at Cumae.
130/21 ns, including four days of weeping by the statue of Apollo at Cumae.
89/1 senate garrisons the sea coast between Cumae and Rome with freedmen.
60/23a Gnipho and M.Pompilius Andronicus teach students at Rome and Cumae.
53/10 Fam_16.10 & 16.13-15, letters from Cicero to Tiro, written at Cumae.
49/43 tt_10.8-18, twelve letters from Cicero to Atticus, written at Cumae.
46/83 Cic:Fam_7.4. a letter from Cicero to M.Marius, written at Cumae.
38/11 enecrates, the admiral of Sextus Pompeius, defeats Menas near Cumae.
    Within translations:
Athen_6.256 expedition, stopped in Cumae, being by birth a Cyprian
Athen_12.528 hair." And the people of Cumae in Italy, as Hyperochus tel
Cic:Brut_300 "but it must be at Cumae, or Tusculum, when opportuni
CIL_1.1614 of lead found apparently at Cumae. Mixed Latin and
CIL_1.1615 plate found in a sepulchre at Cumae. Summoned to He
Hieron:Chron_2035 eventy years and was buried at Cumae. 199.4 . [2036] [not
Lucian:Macr_8 into exile and dwelt at Cumae, is said to have lived more
Naev:Pun_17 in a valley between Baiae and Cumae : LACTANTIUS : Varro
Nicand:Ge_85 ed, and the ill-coloured Cumaean which is like the soles
Sall:Hist_3.64 [with new recruits]. But . . . Cumae . . . [ 5 lines missi

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