Postumius, marched into Samnium by the road from Capua to Beneventum.
Curius marched into Samnium, and his colleague into Lucania.
He fled into Samnium, but was followed there by Sulla's soldiers, taken prisoner and brought back to Rome.
The territory of Samnium was not even opened up for settlement, but left as a lair for wild beasts.
But more direful than all this was the punishment which fell upon Etruria and Samnium.
Two armies, penetrating into Samnium by way of Apulia and Campania, re-established the old frontiers.
On the borders of Campania and Samnium dwelt a people, called the Sidicini, who had hitherto preserved their independence.
With the exception of Samnium, all Italy was subdued, and the Senate could turn its attention to the distant provinces.
There was a tract of land in Samnium, the public property of the Roman people, formerly occupied by the Taurasinians.
His son of the same name, also a distinguished general, completed the subjection of Samnium .