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John Conington, Commentary on Vergil's Aeneid, Volume 2, P. VERGILI MARONIS, line 710 (search)
Amiternum (Dict. G. s. v.), the birthplace of Sallust, was assigned by some to the Sabines, by some to the Vestini. As Heyne remarks, Virg., writing about legendary times, gives a somewhat wider range to the Sabine territory than belonged to it in the historical period. Quirites, the people of Cures. Sabinorum Amiternini, Curenses . . . Nursini, Nomentani . . . Trebulani qui cognominantur Mutusci. Pliny 3. 12 (17).