Numitor   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Numitor   - the brother of Amulius, and grandfather of Romulus
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AnthPal_3.19   nding Rome they re-established Numitor in the kingdom. Tho
Ennius:Ann_78   mulus is reconciled with Numitor : MACROBIUS : [quoting
Euseb]:Chron_275   ingdom which belonged to Numitor, his elder brother, reign
Euseb]:Chron_289   force, while his elder brother Numitor was away in a dista
Just_43.2   reigned in this city, Numitor and Amulius became joint
Just_43.3   throne was restored to Numitor, and the city of Rome was
Oros_2.2   father of Amulus and of Numitor and the grandfather of Rhea
Oros_2.4   killing first his grandfather Numitor and next his brother
Polyaen_8.1.1   ks. [1] Amulius. Amulius and Numitor were brothers. Amul
Polyaen_8.2.1   to perpetual virginity. [2] Numitor. Remus and Romulus,
ValMax_2.2.9   merry, because their grandfather Numitor, king of the Albans,


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