Falerii   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Falerii   - a city in Etruria, Italy
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  + Falerian , Falerians
241/23 Falerii revolts from Rome, but is soon forced into submission.
    Within translations:
CIL_1.1990   ecilius; and Pola and Plenese. Falerii. To Lucius Veci
CIL_1.364   rdinia. Bronze plate. Found at Falerii. c. 125 B.C.
CIL_1.365   (?) Cotena. Bronze tablet at Falerii. The praetor
Nepos_23.5   himself to him in the Falernian 2 But Hannibal, although caught
Oros_3.3   by the cities of the Falisci, Aequi, and Sutrini, and who
Oros_4.11   went to war with the Faliscans. Fifteen thousand of the latter
Oros_4.15   in the territory of the Faliscans the sky seemed to be
Plin:HN_3.51   Inland are the colonies of Falisca, founded according to Cato by
Plin:HN_7.19   a few families in the Faliscan territory, not far from the
Polyaen_8.7.1   commanded against the Falerians, the master, to whose
ValMax_6.5.1   Camillus the consul besieged Falerii, a school-master brought over

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