Falerii


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Falerii

(fəlēr`ēī), ancient city of Etruria, Italy, W of the Tiber River. It was the capital of the Faliscans, a tribe who fought with the Etruscans against Rome. Falerii fell to Rome in 241 B.C. Modern Civita Castellana is on the site.

Falerii

an ancient city of S Italy, in Latium: important in pre-Roman times
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According to tradition, a certain schoolmaster inside Falerii used his influence to trick a group of schoolchildren into following him outside the city walls.
Camillus paid a severe price for his principled actions at Falerii.
y termino con la destruccion de Falerii, la capital (hoy Civita Castellana), y su deportacion en masa en 241 a.
Sortilege at the oracular shrines of Praeneste, Caere, Falerii, and Antium demonstrates clearly the wide acceptance that the notion of a connection between the gods and the lots had gained in the religious milieu of central Italy by the middle Republic.