||Aeculanum became the chief town of the Hirpini after Beneventum had become a Roman colony.
Sulla captured it in 89 BCE by setting on fire the wooden breastwork by which it was defended, and new fortifications were erected.
Hadrian, who repaired the Via Appia from Beneventum to this point, made it a colony; it has ruins of the city walls, of an aqueduct, baths and an amphitheatre; nearly 400 inscriptions have also been discovered.
||Akudunniad, Erdonea, Aquilonia, Cedogna, Lacedonia, circa 40.8 km (25.4 mi) east
Nuvlana, Nola, circa 41.7 km (25.9 mi) west
Cairano, circa 35.2 km (21.9 mi) east
Suessula, circa 50.4 km (31.3 mi) west
Vesuvius mons, Ouesouion, circa 53.5 km (33.2 mi) west
Herculanaeum, Ercolaneo, circa 60.4 km (37.5 mi) west
Herdoniae, Herdonia, Herdonea, Ardoneae, Ordona, circa 60.4 km (37.5 mi) north-east
Poseidonia, Paestum, circa 69 km (42.9 mi) south
Parthenope, Palaeopolis, circa 67.1 km (41.7 mi) west
Phlegraei campi, Phlegraean Fields, circa 77.8 km (48.3 mi) west
Invinias, circa 78.5 km (48.8 mi) west
Portus Iulius, circa 79.2 km (49.2 mi) west
Teanum Sidicinum, Teano, circa 80.5 km (50 mi) west
Kyme, Cumae, Cuma, circa 81.6 km (50.7 mi) west
Kyme acropolis, Cumae, Cuma, circa 82.1 km (51 mi) west
Surrentum, Sorrento, circa 69.7 km (43.3 mi) south-west
Larinum, Larino, circa 85.2 km (52.9 mi) north
Parthenope, Neapolis, Napoli, circa 65.2 km (40.5 mi) west
Roccamonfina, circa 90.3 km (56.1 mi) west
Hyele, Velia, Elea, circa 98.9 km (61.4 mi) south