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a Pleiades place resource

Creators: L. Quilici, S. Quilici Gigli
Contributors: DARMC, R. Talbert, Sean Gillies, Tom Elliott, Jeffrey Becker
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Last modified Apr 10, 2018 09:39 AM History
An ancient settlement on the right bank of the river Astura, Satricum has a mixed heritage of Latins and Volscians. In 499 B.C. Satricum was a member of the Latin League, but was under Volscian control in 488 B.C. The site is noted for its sanctuary of Mater Matuta.

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settlement, catacomb, cemetery, necropolis, temple

Barrington Atlas: BAtlas 43 D3 Satricum

The Barrington Atlas Directory notes: Le Ferriere


The inscription known as the Lapis Satricanus (CIL I2 2832a), naming Publius Valerius Poplicola, was found at the site in 1977 by C.M. Stibbe, attesting to the relationships between Satricum and Rome in the Republican period. The inscription dates to the late sixth or fifth century BC. 

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L. Quilici, S. Quilici Gigli, DARMC, R. Talbert, Sean Gillies, Tom Elliott, and Jeffrey Becker, 'Satricum: a Pleiades place resource', Pleiades: A Gazetteer of Past Places, 2018 <> [accessed: 10 December 2018]

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