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Labīci, Lavīci

or Labīcum. The modern Colonna; an ancient town in Latium, on a hill of the Alban mountain, fifteen miles southeast of Rome, west of Praenesté, and northeast of Tusculum. It was taken by the Romans B.C. 418, and by them colonized (Livy, iii. 25; iv. 45).

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