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Strabo, Geography, Book 6, chapter 1 (search)
hat the Samnitae once fortified it against the Thurii. And the old Crimissa, which is near the sames towards Campania are Samnite cities. Beyond Thurii lies also the country that is called Tauriana.üs, and the latter, from Metapontium as far as Thurii; in the second place, on the mainland, from tnitae as far as the isthmus which extends from Thurii to Cerilli (a city near Laüs), the isthmus is the city to another place near by and named it Thurii, after a spring of that name. Now the Sybarisides it cures many afflictions. Now after the Thurii had prospered for a long time, they were ensla changed the name of the city to Copiae. After Thurii comes Lagaria, a stronghold, bounded by Epeiusely well thought of among physicians. That of Thurii, too, is one of the famous wines. Then comes acleia and about three hundred and thirty from Thurii. Writers produce as proof of its settlement bochus, when the Tarantini were at war with the Thurii and their general Cleandridas, an exile from L