Pompeii   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Pompeii   - a town in Campania, Italy
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89/17 The Roman admiral Albinus is killed in a mutiny at Pompeii.
89/23 The Romans capture Herculaneum and besiege Pompeii.
78/23 _735, graffiti on a wall at Pompeii with the name of C.Pumidius Diph
    Within translations:
Cic:Acad_2.9   and I to mine at Pompeii, if there was a wind.
Cic:Acad_2.80   make out his villa at Pompeii, although there is nothing in
CIL_1.1627   .1627 Colonnades at Pompeii. Marble tablet.
CIL_1.1628   ext Public works (thermae?) at Pompeii (cf. CIL, 1,
CIL_1.1632   uinctius and Marcus Porcius at Pompeii. Found in the a
CIL_1.1633   Smaller theatre at Pompeii. Two stones
CIL_1.1638   rnelius Diphilus and Cornelia. Pompeii. Early in the f
CIL_1.1644   So may Venus of Pompeii, holy, hallowed goddess, be
CIL_1.1680   theft. Painted on a wall at Pompeii. Late in the se
CIL_10.808   Aeneas. Found at Pompeii. Aeneas, son of
CIL_10.809   Romulus. Found at Pompeii. Romulus, so
Obseq_61   struck by lightning. At Pompeii Vargunteius was struck dead
Oros_5.18   Roman army went to besiege Pompeii. The lieutenant of L. Sulla,
Plin:HN_3.62   one of the Sirens, Herculaneum, Pompeii with Mount Vesuvius in view

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