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Capua

[ kap-yoo-uh; Italian kah-pwah ]

noun

  1. a town in NW Campania, in S Italy, N of Naples.


Capua

/ ˈkæpjʊə; ˈkapua /

noun

  1. a town in S Italy, in NW Campania: strategically important in ancient times, situated on the Appian Way. Pop: 19 041 (2001)


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Capua added that it would also make sense to prioritize vaccinating chickens and turkeys raised near the migratory pathways where wild birds shed the disease.

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The most important road centre of Campania was Capua, at the east edge of the plain.

Some attributed all to the prevailing dissipation, and yet Carrickfergus was hardly a Capua.

Cicero during his consulship speaks of one at Rome, and there were others before his time at Capua and Praeneste.

The date of Troubridge's marching against Capua is similarly brought into doubt by these letters.

Truly I was wondering if we had been drinking from the famous cellars of Capua.

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