The majority of them were peasants, cultivating a little plat in Latium or in the Sabine country.
There was a man in Latium named Tyrrheus, who held the office of royal herdsman.
Page 119 contains the text, "for thou hast a mighty people and a fierce in Latium with whom to do battle."
There are other maidens unwedded in Latium and Laurentine fields, and of no mean birth.
Evander shows the town to Aeneas, tells him of the former state of Latium, and points out to him the chief places of interest.
The first1680 are the Ombrici, after these the Sabini, and finally the inhabitants of Latium.
Here was a shock for Freydet: Danjou, the shepherd of Latium, had a wig!
Beyond Sabina is Latium, wherein the city of Rome is situated.
Etruria, Latium, and Greece, all seem to have had a hand in it.
It comprises many places which formed no part of ancient Latium.