Ostia   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Ostia   - the seaport of Rome
Wikipedia entry
  + Ostian
87/21 Marius captures and sacks Ostia.
69/6 make raids against Caieta, Ostia, and Misenum on the Italian coast.
    Within translations:
CIL_1.22 Milestone? on the Ostian Road. Column of
CIL_1.2516 CIL_1 .2516 (v) At Ostia early in the se
CIL_1.701 .701 (iii) By the Ostian Way, 101 B.C. Falern
CIL_1.702 .702 (iv) By the Ostian Way, 97 B.C. Both
Diod_36.12 ort of all the corn from Ostia to Rome; but owing to his
Ennius:Ann_145 The foundation of Ostia : fortifications and other works
Ennius:Ann_146 instead of quaerere . . . - Ostia was fortified. He lik
Festus:Brev.3 dvance beyond Portus and Ostia, within 18 miles from the
FGrH_252.A Marius captured Ostia and forced Octavius to come to
GranLic_18 lowed to take control of Ostia by Valerius, who was in cha
Just_34.3 secretly took ship at Ostia, with such as attended him
Plinius:Ep_2.17 roads to Laurentium and Ostia both lead in the same direc

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