Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Capua” in book 4, chapter 3 of Cornelius Tacitus, The History:
...ere still disturbed, but by mutual animosities rather than by any spirit of opposition to the new Emperor. The sight of the soldiery restored quiet, and the smaller colonies escaped unpunished. At Capua , however, the third legion was stationed to pass the winter, and the noble families suffered severely. Tarracina, on the other hand, received no relief; so much more inclined are we to requite an ...
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