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A town of southern Italy north of Naples. It is named for an important ancient Roman city that was located nearby on the Appian Way.
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Capua(ˈkæpjʊə; Italian ˈkapua)
(Placename) a town in S Italy, in NW Campania: strategically important in ancient times, situated on the Appian Way. Pop: 19 041 (2001)
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Cap•u•a(ˈkæp yu ə)
a town in S Italy, N of Naples: near site of ancient city of Capua. 18,053.
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