an ancient town in apulia, se italy: pyrrhus defeated the romans in 279 b.c.
historical examples

even after another victory in the next campaign—at asculum —rome was not shaken: the italians stood firm.
ancient rome mary agnes hamilton

at asculum, a lamb had been born with two heads and five feet.
history of rome, vol iii t-tus livius

finally the romans came upon him near a city called asculum and pitched camp opposite.
dio’s rome, volume 1 (of 6) c-ssius dio

in the following spring another battle was fought near asculum, on the plains of apulia.
historic tales, vol 10 (of 15) charles morris

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