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Volsci

[ vol-sahy, -see, -shee ]
/ ˈvɒl saɪ, -si, -ʃi /
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plural noun
an ancient people of Latium who were conquered by the Romans in the last part of the 4th century b.c.
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Volsci
/ (ˈvɒlskiː) /

pl n
a warlike people of ancient Latium, subdued by Rome in the fifth and fourth centuries bc
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