Aceruntia overview
Modern name(s) Acerenza
Region Mediterranean
Section Italia
Latitude 40.79706591 N suggest info
Longitude 15.94070129 E
Status Accurate location
Info The town was conquered by the Romans in 318 BCE. Later, it was taken by the Ostrogoths (it was mentioned as an important fortress during the Gothic Wars) and then the Lombards, who fortified the town.
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40.797066, 15.940701 === 40.797066 N, 15.940701 E === 40° 47' 49.4" N, 15° 56' 26.5" E
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Pulo di Molfetta, circa 69.3 km (43 mi) north-east
Respa, Molfetta, circa 71.5 km (44.4 mi) north-east
Barium, Bari, circa 86.3 km (53.6 mi) east
Noepoli, circa 85.5 km (53.1 mi) south-east
Hyele, Velia, Elea, circa 97 km (60.3 mi) south-west
Laüs, circa 114.9 km (71.4 mi) south
Poseidonia, Paestum, circa 89.4 km (55.5 mi) west
Amendolara, circa 108.5 km (67.4 mi) south-east
Cossianum, Cassano, circa 117 km (72.7 mi) south
Nuvlana, Nola, circa 120.3 km (74.7 mi) west
Vesuvius mons, Ouesouion, circa 127.3 km (79.1 mi) west
Sybaris, Sibari, circa 129 km (80.2 mi) south-east
Suessula, circa 131.4 km (81.6 mi) west
Phlegraei campi, Phlegraean Fields, circa 154.4 km (96 mi) west
Invinias, circa 154.7 km (96.1 mi) west
Portus Iulius, circa 155.4 km (96.5 mi) west
Larinum, Larino, circa 141 km (87.6 mi) north-west
Kyme, Cumae, Cuma, circa 158.6 km (98.5 mi) west
Kyme acropolis, Cumae, Cuma, circa 159.1 km (98.8 mi) west
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Database ID 8273, created 7 Apr 2012, 18:32, Last changed 7 Apr 2012, 20:51