[bruhn-diz-ee-uh m, -dizh-ee-]
- ancient name of Brindisi.
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Examples from the Web for brundisium
Sica had said that he would accompany me; but he has left Brundisium.The Letters of Cicero, Volume 1
Marcus Tullius Cicero
When you come back from Thessaly with your legions to Brundisium you did not kill me!
In the autumn of this year Cicero had himself landed at Brundisium.
His disquiet entered the ship at Brundisium, and sailed across the sea with him.Let us follow Him
The same evening she was moored to one of the quays in the harbour of Brundisium.Lords of the World
Alfred John Church
- the ancient name for Brindisi
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