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Nōla , ae, f.,
I.a city of remote antiquity in Campania, founded by the Ausonians, afterwards conquered by the Tuscans, and colonized by the Chalcidians, still called Nola, Liv. 9, 28; 23, 14; Plin. 3, 5, 9, § 63; Cic. Brut. 3, 12; Vell. 1, 7, 2 sq.; Just. 20, 1; Sil. 12, 161.—Hence,
A. Nōlānus , a, um, adj. (Nŏlānus, Prud. στεφ. 11, 308), of or belonging to Nola, Nolan: “ager,Liv. 23, 14: “plebs,id. 24, 13; Sil. 12, 293.—In plur. as subst.: Nōlāni , ōrum, m., the Nolans, Liv. 8, 25 and 26.—
B. Nōlensis , e, adj., of Nola: episcopus, Aug. Civ. Dei, 1, 10.
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