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the ancient Latin name of Arezzo
Historical Examples

Caius Calpurnius was ordered not to move his army from arretium till his successor had arrived.
History of Rome, Vol III Titus Livius

He afterward defended a woman of arretium in the spirit of antagonism to Sulla.
Life of Cicero Anthony Trollope

arretium took the part of Marius against Sulla, and the latter settled some of his veterans there as colonists.
Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 2, Slice 6 Various

arretium appears as one of the cities which aided the Tarquins after their expulsion.
Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 2, Slice 6 Various

The consul, Minucius, came to arretium, on the day which he had fixed for the assembling of the troops.
History of Rome, Vol III Titus Livius

The columns in the west front seem to be the only remains of arretium as distinguished from Arezzo.
Studies of Travel: Italy Edward A. Freeman

And here he received information, through the scouts sent in advance, that the Roman army was round the walls of arretium.
The History of Rome; Books Nine to Twenty-Six Titus Livius

The reports respecting the people of arretium became daily more serious, and the anxiety of the fathers increased.
History of Rome, Vol III Titus Livius


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