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Falerii

/fəˈlɪərɪˌaɪ/
noun
1.
an ancient city of S Italy, in Latium: important in pre-Roman times
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  • And so setting forth, and putting to flight on his way the men of falerii and of Capena, he came to Veii.

    Stories From Livy Alfred Church
  • All Rome knew of his ride from falerii and of his arriving just too late.

    The Unwilling Vestal Edward Lucas White
  • With the men of falerii we have not indeed friendship, yet we have with them as with all men a natural fellowship.

    Stories From Livy Alfred Church
  • In the morning her uncle, who had been in falerii for a few weeks, came to see her.

    Roads from Rome Anne C. E. Allinson
  • 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 Unwilling Vestal Edward Lucas White
  • 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.

    Stories From Livy Alfred Church
  • A similar cauldron from falerii on a high open-work stand is now in the British Museum.

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