II. A.. Aurunca , ae, f., an old town in Campania (acc. to the fable, built by Auson, the son of Ulysses and Calypso, Fest. s. v. Ausoniam, p. 15): magnus Auruncae alumnus, i. e. the satirist Lucilius, whose paternal city, Suessa Aurunca, was a colony of the Aurunci, Juv. 1, 20 Rup.—Hence,
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Aurunci , ōrum, m., = Ausones, q.v., = Αὔρουγκοι Tzetz.