Capua fell in 211, and the seat of war, to the great relief of Rome, was removed to Lucania and Bruttium.
You came to England in eighteen hundred and ninety-six, on board the Lucania.
Zeno of Velia or Elea in Lucania was the founder of dialectic.
She has friends sailing in the Lucania on the 15th, and intends crossing with them.
Busy as he also always is, he yet found time to call at the "Lucania," and to tell more than one of his good stories.
Curius marched into Samnium, and his colleague into Lucania.
Prepare to go aboard the Lucania five days from date in the disguise of what do you imagine?
Hanno was sent with another division to do the same in Lucania.
The largest emigrant steamer then afloat was the Lucania, of 12,952 tons.
They sunk us without warning—the Lucania—and then shelled us in the open boats.