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" Six miles from the city stood the famous temple of Juno Lacinia, more universally celebrated than the city itself, and held in high veneration by all the surrounding nations. Here, a consecrated grove, encompassed on the extremities by close-ranged trees... "
The History of Rome - Pagina 173
di Livy - 1823
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The history of Rome, tr.., with notes, by G. Baker, Volumi 3-4

Titus Livius - 1822
...in circumference ; since the devastation caused by the war which then took place, scarcely one-half of the inclosed space was inhabited ; the river which...out of which, a pillar of solid gold was erected and conse- BOOK crated, so that the fane became as remarkable for XXIV. riches as for sanctity. Several...
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Livy, Volume 4

Livy - 1834
...had advised surrendering the city to the Carthaginians, not to the Bruttians. 3. Before the coming of Pyrrhus into Italy the wall encompassing Croto...separately, and returning at night to their stalls, without receiving injury either from wild beasts or men. The profits therefore accruing from these cattle were...
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Livy: Book XXIV-XXX

Livy - 1836
...extremities by closeranged trees and tall firs, comprehended in the middle a tract of rich pasture-ground, in which cattle of every kind sacred to the goddess...separately, and returning at night to their stalls, without receiving injury either from wild beasts or men. The profits therefore accruing from these cattle were...
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The history of Rome. Tr. with notes, by D. Spillan (C. Edmonds, W.A. McDevitte).

Titus Livius - 1849
...states. Here was a grove fenced with a dense wood and tall fir trees, with rich pastures in its centre, in which cattle of every kind, sacred to the goddess, fed without any keeper; the flocks of every kind going out separately and returning to their folds, never being injured, either...
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The Testimony of the Heathen to the Truths of Holy Writ: A Commentary on the ...

Thomas Street Millington - 1863 - 648 pagine
...close-ranged trees and tall firs, comprehended in the middle a tract of rich pasture ground, in which the cattle of every kind, sacred to the goddess, fed without any keeper." — IBID. 1. xxiv. c. 3. " Near Tusculum is a grove, which has been consecrated to Diana by the people...
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The History of Rome, Volume 2

Livy - 1879
...states. Here was a grove fenced with a dense wood and tall fir trees, with rich pastures in its centre, in which cattle of every kind, sacred to the goddess, fed without any keeper ; the flocks of every kind going out separately and returning to their folds, never being injured, either...
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Latin prose exercises

George Gilbert Ramsay - 1884
...states. Here was a grove fenced with a dense wood and tall fir trees, with rich pastures in its centre, in which cattle of every kind, sacred to the goddess, fed without any keeper; the flocks of every kind going out separately and returning to their folds without ever sustaining any...
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Exercises in Latin prose composition, with intr., notes

George Gilbert Ramsay - 1885
...states. Here was a grove fenced with a dense wood and tall fir trees, with rich pastures in its centre, in which cattle of every kind, sacred to the goddess, fed without any keeper ; the flocks of every kind going out separately and returning to their folds without ever sustaining any...
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Classical Associations of Places in Italy

Frances Ellis Sabin - 1921 - 526 pagine
...extremities by close-ranged trees and tall firs, comprehended in the middle a tract of rich pasture-ground, in which cattle of every kind, sacred to the goddess,...solid gold was erected and consecrated so that the fane became as remarkable for riches as for sanctity. GEORGE BAKER CUMAE (CUMA) One of the most ancient...
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