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  1. hace 2 días · In the resulting "Caserta Agreement", signed on 26 September 1944, EDES, ELAS, and the Greek government-in-exile, agreed to place their forces under the command of British Lt. General Ronald Scobie, designated to represent the Allied High Command in Greece, for the purpose of driving the Axis out of Greece.

  2. 27/04/2022 · Delegates of both belligerent sides signing the Korean Armistice Agreement in Panmunjom, marking the beginning of the still-existing ceasefire between the two Koreas

  3. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › First_Samnite_WarSamnite Wars - Wikipedia

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    By the time of the First Samnite War (343 BC), the southward expansion of Rome's territory had reached the River Liris (see Liri), which was the boundary between Latium (land of the Latins) and Campania. This river is now called Garigliano and it is the boundary between the modern regions of Lazio and Campania. In those days the name Campania refer...

    Livyis the only preserved source to give a continuous account of the war which has become known in modern historiography as the First Samnite War. In addition, the Fasti Triumphales records two Roman triumphs dating to this war and some of the events described by Livy are also mentioned by other ancient writers.

    Outbreak

    The Second Samnite War resulted from tensions which arose from Roman interventions in Campania. The immediate precipitants were the foundation of a Roman colony (settlement) at Fregellae in 328 BC and actions taken by the inhabitants of Paleopolis. Fregellae had been a Volscian town on the eastern branch of the River Liris, at the junction with the River Tresus (today's Sacco) – viz., in Campania and in an area which was to be under Samnite control. It had been taken from the Volsci and destr...

    From 327 BC to 322 BC

    Quintus Publilius Philo positioned his army between Paleopolis and Neapolis to isolate them from each other. Meanwhile, the Romans introduced an institutional novelty: Publilius Philo and Cornelius Lentulus should have gone back to Rome at the end of their term (to make way for the consuls elected for the next year, who would continue the military operations), instead, their military command (but not their authority as civilian heads of the Republic) was extended until the termination of the...

    From the Caudine Forks to 316 BC

    In 321 BC the consuls Titus Veturius Calvinus and Spurius Postumius Albinus were encamped in Calatia (a Campanian town 10 km southeast of Capua). Gaius Pontius, the commander of the Samnites, placed his army at the Caudine Forks and sent some soldiers disguised as shepherds grazing their flock towards Calatia. Their mission was to spread the misinformation that the Samnites were about to attack the city of Lucera in Apulia, which was an ally of Rome. The consuls decided to march to the aid of...

    Outbreak

    In 299 BC, the Etruscans, possibly due to the Roman colony set up at Narnia in next-door Umbria, prepared for war against Rome. However, the Gauls invaded their territory, so, the Etruscans offered them money to form an alliance. The Gauls agreed, but then objected to fighting against Rome, claiming that the agreement was only about them not devastating Etruscan territory. So, instead, the Etruscans paid the Gauls off and dismissed them. This incident led the Romans to ally with the Picentes...

    Aftermath

    When the Samnite War ended, the Romans moved to crush the Sabines who lived on the mountains to the east of Rome. Manius Curius Dentatus pushed deep into the Sabine territory between the rivers Nar (today's Nera, the main tributary of the River Tiber) and Anio (Aniene, another tributary of the Tiber) and the source of the River Avens (Velino). Spurius Carvilius confiscated large tracts of land in the plain around Reate (today's Rieti) and Amiternum (11 km from L’ Aquila), which he distributed...

    First Samnite War (344 to 341 BC) 1. 343 BC – Start of the First Samnite War. 2. 342 BC – Battle of Mount Gaurus. 3. 341 BC – Rome withdraws from the conflict with the Samnites and enters the Latin Waron the side of the Samnites. Second (or Great) Samnite War (326 to 304 BC) 1. 327 BC – The Samnites declared war. 2. 327 BC – Start of the Roman sieg...

    Primary sources Dionysus of Halicarnassus, Roman Antiquities, Aeterna Press, 2015, ISBN 978-1785165498 Diodorus Siculus I: The Historical Library in Forty Books: Volume I, Sophron; 1 edition, 2014, ISBN 978-0989783620 Eutropius, Abridgment of Roman History,CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2014, ISBN 978-1499683073 Frontinus, Stratagems ...

  4. 05/05/2022 · Caserta Web (in italiano). Archived from the original on 19 February 2021. Retrieved 20 February 2021. ↑ "La 21 enne nolana Filomena Venuso eletta Miss Grand International Italy". Ilgiornalelocale.it (in italiano). 12 October 2020. Archived from the original on 28 October 2020. Retrieved 20 February 2021.

  5. it.wikipedia.org › wiki › SianoSiano - Wikipedia

    08/05/2022 · Siano è un centro agricolo, commerciale ed artigianale situato in una valle a circa 120 m sul livello del mare, in vicinanza del capoluogo di provincia, Salerno, dal quale dista circa 25 km, mentre è posto a circa 45 km dal capoluogo di regione, Napoli .

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