Flavia   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Flavia   Caesariensis - a Roman province in Britain
Wikipedia entry
Festus:Brev.6 ia, Maxima Caesariensis, Flavia Caesariensis, Brittania

  Flavia   - in documents
SelPap_1.24 vius Heraclius and Aelia Flavia a that I will abide by
SelPap_1.43 To Flavia Petronilla also called
SelPap_1.47 1st indiction. To Flavia Euphemia, the honourable dau
SelPap_1.59 minor, made heir by will of Flavia Ptolema, who
SelPap_1.87 gns Flavius Justinus and Flavia Aelia Sophia the ete
SelPap_2.222 Pertinax his son, and of Flavia Titiana Augusta, sh
SelPap_2.308 ity of Oxyrhynchus, from Flavia Euethia the most noble
SelPap_2.401 ransferred from cohort I Flavia Cilicum, in the cent

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