Cicero during his consulship speaks of one at Rome, and there were others before his time at Capua and Praeneste.
He who arrived first at Praeneste was enjoined to wait there for his colleague.
He would have run away and joined the gladiators when they rose at Praeneste had I not dissuaded him.
It was yet noon when Adrian beheld before him the lofty mountains that shelter Palestrina, the Praeneste of the ancient world.
More than one allusion indicates that the citizens of Praeneste were especially regarded as butts by the wits of Rome.
He usually travelled in a litter, and by night: and so slow, that he was two days in going to Praeneste or Tibur.
You preside over the games at Praeneste, sitting in the Consul's seat.
Imperator (Impera′tor) was a name of Jupiter, given to him at Praeneste.
More than one allusion indicates that the citizens of Praeneste were especially regarded as butts by the wits of Rome19.
Praeneste, on the other hand, which must formerly have been subject to the Æquians, now appears as an independent town.