And so setting forth, and putting to flight on his way the men of falerii and of Capena, he came to Veii.
All Rome knew of his ride from falerii and of his arriving just too late.
With the men of falerii we have not indeed friendship, yet we have with them as with all men a natural fellowship.
In the morning her uncle, who had been in falerii for a few weeks, came to see her.
The site of the original falerii is a plateau, about 1100 yds.
After his official reception he at once left Rome for falerii, where he was to remain until the last day of Brinnaria's service.
The story of the schoolmaster of falerii is very spirited, and the Triumph of Camillus varied and pleasing in colouring.
It was the custom among the men of falerii to use the same person for teachers of their children and also for their companions.
A similar cauldron from falerii on a high open-work stand is now in the British Museum.