Valeria   - in ancient sources @

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  Valeria   - the wife of Sulla; married in 80 B.C.
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80/11 Sulla marries Valeria, daughter of Messalla.

  Valeria 2   (Via Valeria) - a Roman road in central Italy, north-east of Rome
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306/26 the senate, build a temple of Salus, and construct the Via Valeria

  Valeria 3   (Pannonia Valeria) - a Roman province by the river Danube
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Festus:Brev.8 ven from the environs of Valeria, which are between the

  Valeria   - in documents
CIL_add.2 (c. 45)   ia, Ersilia, Junia, Valeria, Caecilia, Scribonia,
SelPap_1.56 menoth 10. Aurelia Valeria daughter of Alypius to Aur
SelPap_2.260 wish that his daughter Valeria Tertia also called Th

Valeriasee Claudia2

Valeriasee Lex2

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