I conceive that thirty thousand foot and four thousand horse may be raised in Campania.
Now for yourself, when you left that place, did you go to Aurelia or to Campania?
Falernus, adj., Falernian; ager Falernus, a famous wine-growing district in Campania.
Pompey was in Campania acting as one of the twenty land commissioners.
In Campania and in Sicily many distinguished Romans had waited for better times.
Earthquakes, however, were of common occurrence in Campania.
The passion for gladiatorial combats was developed in Campania earlier, and manifested itself more strongly, than in Latium.
In Campania the Alexandrian cult gained a foothold earlier than in Rome.
He turned his gaze from the city and the ocean; before him lay the vineyards and meadows of the rich Campania.
Petronius had left home for Campania to pay his respects to Nero.