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Catiline

Catiline was an individual who had to flee from Rome. The man threatened to return to Rome and to burn the city, but he never did. He instead fled to a small hill town in Eutria called Fiesole where he was made welcome by the local people until a Roman expedition came and expelled him. The attack on Fiesole was lead by a warrior named Fiorino. Catiline had been making a name for himself in Fiesole by becoming their self-proclaimed consul and had found a home for himself in the city. The expelled group fled from Fiesole and built a camp on the river Arno which eventually became Florence. Caesar attacked them there and started to build a city on the site. This is the beginning of the city of Florence. Eventually, Catiline and his group escaped to the hills of Pistoria where they hid. They were found...

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