This is a city located rather nearer to Rome than distant from it and is the birthplace of Titus Livius.
This socio-political region reached from the Alps to the edge of Italy and is known for its augery and all manner of spiritual and religious matters.
This city and its history are the main focus of the "book of books" as it grows rapidly throughout each chapter.
This is a nearby city that the Romans originally had a treaty with before battling and eventually establishing a union, causing the Romans to consider migrating there.
Based on consultations with birds and nature, and delivered by soothsayers, these are consulted repeatedly by various people and regions mentioned in the book.
This is a nearby city that was ruled by enemies of Rome until Sextus went there at the behest of his father.
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