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  • Classe, ancient port of Ravenna — Classe was a military port located two and a half miles east south east from Ravenna, Italy.[1] It was near the head of the Adriatic coast.[2] For almost five hundred years it was an important strategic military port. When it was not being used… …   Wikipedia

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  • Arles — This article is about the city in France. For the medieval kingdom, see Kingdom of Arles. For the village in Ireland, see Arless. For the village in England, see Arle, Gloucestershire. Arles …   Wikipedia

  • Claudius Caecus, Appius — flourished 3rd century BC Roman statesman and legal reformer. Elected censor, Appius extended the rights of the sons of freedmen and the landless. He completed the Aqua Appia, Rome s first aqueduct, and started construction of the Appian Way. He… …   Universalium

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