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Aequi - Early Italic People Aequi
The Aequi were an early Italic people whom Livy describes as haing been hotile to Rome during the first three centuries of Rome's existence.
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Lucius Quinctius Cincinnatus - Republican Leader of Rome
Background: About 458 B.C., the Romans were at war with the Aequi. After losing a few battles, the Aequi tricked and trapped the Romans. A few Roman ...
http://ancienthistory.about.com/od/rulersleaderskings/p/Cincinnatus.htm
Italic People - Neighbors and Ancestors of the Romans
The Italic peninsula was home to more than just the Romans. Among others were the Sabines, the Etruscans, and the Aequi.
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English Translations of Seneca Quotations - Ancient/Classical History
Si volumus aequi rerum omnium judices esse, hoc primum nobis persuadeamus, neminem nostrum esse sine culpa. "If we desire to judge all things justly, we ...
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Descriptions of Nine Roman Military Leaders
The Romans had appointed Cincinnatus dictator for six months so he could defend the Romans against the neighboring Aequi who had surrounded the Roman ...
http://ancienthistory.about.com/cs/rome/p/romanmilitldrs.htm
Geographical Index of Tacitus - Ancient/Classical History - About.com
AEQUI, a people of Ancient Latium. AFRICA generally means in Tacitus that part which was made a proconsular province, of which Carthage was the capital; ...
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Classical Greek and Republican Roman Timeline for the fifth century ...
•460 B.C.: First Pelopponesian War. Thucydides born. •459 B.C.: Athens wins Megara. •c. 458 B.C.: L. Minucius and his army trapped by the Aequi at Mt. Algidus.
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The Italic Dialects - Ancient/Classical History - About.com
After the Gallic sack, Latin cities, the Aequi (on the Apennines), Hernici (another people from Latium), and Volscians fought against and were defeated by Rome.
http://ancienthistory.about.com/od/romeancientrome/a/061911-The-Languages-Of-Ancient-Rome-And-Her-Neighbors.htm
Map of the Regions of Italy - Ancient/Classical History - About.com
This map was created for some other purpose than pointing out the exact regions of ancient Italy, but it lets me approximate the regions. The Aequi, who lived in ...
http://ancienthistory.about.com/od/romeancientrome/ss/030211-Map-of-the-Regions-of-Italy.htm
The Growth of Rome - Ancient History
A few years later, in about 486 B.C., the Romans made a treaty with one of the mountain peoples, the Hernici, who lived between the Volsci and the Aequi, who  ...
http://ancienthistory.about.com/od/romerepublic/qt/080807Rmnxpnsn.htm
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