Cosa

Cosa was a Latin colonia founded under Roman influence in southwestern Tuscany in 273 BC, on land confiscated from the Etruscans (Velleius Paterculus 1.14.7; Livy Periochae 14; Strabo 5.2.8). The Etruscan site (called Cusi or Cosia) may have been where modern Orbetello stands; a fortification wall in polygonal masonry at Orbetello`s lagoon may be....
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Cosa

(lived 6th century) Merchant and traveller of the 6th century. After trading in Ethiopia and parts of Asia he became a monk and wrote his Christian Topography. This work, written in Greek, is a fanciful and...
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Cosa

[Roman colony] Cosa was a Latin colony founded along the Tyrrhenian coast to solidify the control of the Romans and offer the Republic a protected port;. the 3rd century BC marked a period of expansion for the Roman Republic. Cosa, located near modern day Tuscany, came under Roman control in 273 BC after Rome took the territory from the Etr...
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COSA

Clinical Oncological Society of Australia
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