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Fasti, B. vi. 1. 59; Art of Love, B. i. 1. 260; and Lucan, B. vi. 1. 74., Alba LongaThe ancient city was destroyed by Tullus Hostilius, king of Rome.
The Roman colony here was probably but small. The Roman patrician
families, the Julii, Servilii, Tullii, and Quintii, are said to have migrated
from Alba Longa, which, according to tradition, had given to Rome her
first king., the Acer-
raniThe people of Acerra, still called by the same name; it was plundered and burnt by Hannibal, B.C. 216, but was rebuilt by order of the
Roman senate., the AllifaniThe people of Allifæ, a former city of Samnium, on the borders of
Campania. The modern city of A life, a decayed place, stands on its site.
There are considerable remains., the AtinatesThe people of Atina, an ancient city of the Volscians. The modern
city of Atina, noted for the bleakness of its situation, stands on its site.
There are extensive ruins of the ancient city., the AletrinatesThe people of Aletrium or Alatrium, an ancient