Oscans   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Oscans   - ancient inhabitants of part of Latium and Campania, Italy
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  + Opscan , Opscians , Oscan
CIL_1.1614   ntly at Cumae. Mixed Latin and Oscan. Interpretatio
CIL_1.404   .404 An Oscan merchant (?) Part of a marble
CIL_add.8   (1st cent. A.D.)   in calf}. [Games] . . . an Oscan and Sabine [wor
Ennius:Ann_289   rmed, 211 B.C. : FESTUS says : Oscans. Verrius states that
Ennius:Ann_290   PAULUS : Meddix is among the Oscans the name of a magist
Plin:HN_3.56   and beyond Cerceii the Volsci, Osci and Ausones, owing to which
ValMax_2.4.4   were introduced by the Oscans; this sort of entertainment,


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