Umbria   - in ancient sources @

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  Umbria   - a region in central Italy
Wikipedia entry
  + Umbri , Umbrian , Umbrians
308/17 Fabius defeats the Umbrians at Mevania.
303/12 he Romans trap and kill two thousand armed men in a cave in Umbria
300/6 Appuleius begins the siege of Nequinum in Umbria.
268/6 The Romans defeat the Umbrians.
90/31 A.Plotius defeats the Umbrians.
82/56 510, an inscription in honour of A.Pompeius at Interamna in Umbria
49/8 Caesar marches south through Umbria and Picenum.
    Within translations:
Athen_12.526 that the nation of the Umbrians (and that is a tribe whi
CIL_1.431 atin Text (xiv) On a vessel of Umbrian origin. Foun
FastTr__N of Nequinum, a town in Umbria, eastern Italy Palaeopolit
FastTr__P Picentes Inhabitants of Umbria, in eastern Italy Priverna
FastTr__S ina (Sarsina), a town in Umbria, eastern Italy Satricani
Hieron:Chron_1705 The Romans defeated the Marsi, Umbri, and Paeligni. 117.2
Hieron:Chron_1817 us, who was born at Sarsina in Umbria, died at Rome. Becau
Plinius:Ep_6.15 & Farewell. (*) & Asisium in Umbria (the modern Assisi).

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