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Strabo, Geography (ed. H.C. Hamilton, Esq., W. Falconer, M.A.), BOOK VI., CHAPTER III. (search)
andrella and the Fiume di Roseto, while Cluverius was of opinion
that we should here read kuli/starnos instead of )Aka/landros, and identify it with the modern Racanello.
commodious for their meetings, should be properly fortified for
their reception.—And indeed they say that the misfortune326 B. C.
of that prince was chiefly due to a want of good feeling on
their part. They were deprived of their liberty during the
wars209 B. C. of Hannibal, but have since received a Roman colony,124 B. C.
and now live in peace and are in a more prosperous state
than ever. They also engaged in war with the Messapii
concerning Heraclea, when they counted the kings of the
Daunii and of the Peucetii as allies.Some suspect this last sentence to be an interpolation; certain it is
that there is great difficulty in finding a time to correspond with all the
circumstances contained in it. According to M. Heyne, this war must
have taken place 474 B. C., but then Heraclea was not founded till