Volaterrae - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a city in Etruria, Italy
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Interamnium, Larinum, Praeneste, Spoletium, Sulmo, and Volaterrae
Chrysogonus, while at Volaterrae, plots to seize the property of
The Romans capture Volaterrae after a long siege, during which C.Ca
bringing [the war] with Volaterrae to a close, [and s
The inhabitants of Volaterrae surrendered to the Romans,
satirical poet, was born at Volaterrae. 203.3 . 
of a private house. At Volaterrae a river flowed with blood.
come the Marshes of Volaterrae the river Caecina and
Vetulonienses, Veientani, Vesentini, Volaterrani, the Volcentani surnamed
miles from the Shallows of Volaterrae. It contains 32 states, and
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