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Alba Fucens was an ancient Italic town occupying a lofty location at the foot of the Monte Velino, c. 6.5 km north of Avezzano, Abruzzo, central Italy. Its remains are today in the comune of Massa d'Albe.
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Italy: Abruzzo (2017)
by Luciano Di Gregorio
If you take an interest in ancient Rome and its wonderfully convoluted history, Alba Fucens is a must-visit. Set on the hills and framed by the mountains of the Sirente Velino Regional Park, this wonderfully well-preserved ancient city is an easy ...
by Richard Stillwell
JARRETT ALBA FUCENS (Albe) Italy. Map 16. The remains of this ancient Roman colonia stand on a hill that rises almost 300 m above the basin formerly occupied ...
by Matthew Bunson
Alba Fucens, and Aternum. viatores One of the classes of the apparitores, or civil servants to the magistrates in the Roman government. The viatores were the public bailiffs who ...
by Barbara Ann Kipfer
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The Encyclopaedia Britannica (1911)
A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and General Information by Hugh Chrisholm
ALBA FUCENS (mod. Alba), an ancient Italian town occupying ...
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