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or Marucīni. A brave and warlike people in Italy, of the Sabellian race, occupying a narrow slip of country along the right bank of the river Aternus, and bounded on the north by the Vestini, on the west by the Peligni and Marsi, on the south by the Frentani, and on the east by the Adriatic Sea. Their chief town was Teaté. With their neighbours the Marsi, Peligni, etc., they submitted to the Romans in B.C. 304 (Livy, ix. 41).

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