AEQUI


AEQUI
AEQUI
populi in Latio, qui Tiburi montes imminentes incolebant. Aequiculae Virg. l. 7. v. 746.
Horrida praecipue cui gens, assuctaque multô
Venatu nemorum, duris Aequicula glebis.
Sil. Ital. l. 8.
Quique Anienis habent ripas, gelidôque rigantur
Simbruviô, rastrisque domant Aequicola rura.
Populi Aequicoli Ovidio Fast. l. 3.
Quintum Laurentes, bis quintum Aequicolus acer.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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