Arretium


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Arretium

(æˈriːtɪəm; -ˈrɛt-)
n
1. (Placename) the ancient Latin name of Arezzo
2. (Historical Terms) the ancient Latin name of Arezzo
Arretine adj
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Apart from those of his veterans who joined Catiline along with their fellow colonists from Faesulae, many did not and remained at Arretium with Caesar's veterans into the Augustan period (see Thein (2010: 85), who also cites Keppie (1983: 4f) Sall.
And the earliest AD date in a definition may be AD 100 at Arretine ware: Red terracotta ware usually decorated in relief made at Arretium and elsewhere in Italy from about 100 BC to about AD 100-called also Samian ware, terra sigillata
This conjecture may be correct: edicere is found in all the passages cited above, except [sections]12 and 36.8.2, and also at 35.3.2 Minucuis consul Arretium die quam edixerat ad conueniendum militibus uenit; and further support comes from passages like 40.26.6 ...