Aequi

The Aequi (Αἴκουοι and Αἴκοι) were an Italic tribe of northeast Latium and the central Apennines of Italy who appear in the early history of ancient Rome. After a long struggle for independence from Rome they were defeated and substantial Roman colonies were placed on their soil. Only two inscriptions believed to be in the Aequian la...
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Aequi

ancient people of Italy originally inhabiting the region watered by the tributaries of the Avens River (modern Velino). Long hostile to Rome, they ...
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Aequi

Italian people, originating around the River Velino, central Italy. They were turned back from their advance on Rome 431 BC and were conquered 304 BC, at the end of the second Samnite War. ...
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Aequi

The Aequi were an Italian race subdued by the Romans and their lands annexed between 471 and 302 BC. The Aequi were conspicuous in the early wars of Rome, and inhabiting the mountain district between the upper valley of the Anio (Teverone) and Lake Fucmus. They were probably akin to the Yolscians, with whom they were in constant alliance. They were...
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