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Correct spelling: Allia

What are the common typos for Allia?

  • aollia,
  • zallia,
  • all9a,
  • alklia,
  • sallia,
  • alloia,
  • alli9a,
  • allkia,
  • alliaz,
  • allija,
  • sllia,
  • alleyea,
  • alli8a,
  • wllia,
  • alljia,
  • alliza,
  • allioa,
  • asllia,
  • alliaa,
  • a llia,
  • alliwa,
  • alliaq,
  • all8a,
  • azllia,
  • awllia,
  • allja,
  • alliqa,
  • all8ia,
  • alllia,
  • allayea,
  • aqllia,
  • qllia,
  • alli a,
  • all ia,
  • akllia,
  • all9ia,
  • zllia,
  • al lia,
  • alliaw,
  • alliua.

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What are the usage examples for Allia?

  1. It was noted with alarm that he entered on his pontificate on the black day of the Allia – Roman Society from Nero to Marcus Aurelius by Samuel Dill
  2. Allia snapped the light from a pocket flash upon Gray, and, noting that he was only partly clad, she urged him to come into the house. – Flowing Gold by Rex Beach
  3. In this condition they left the city, and encamped by the river Allia about ten miles from Rome, and not far from the place where it falls into the Tiber; and here the Gauls came upon them, and, after a disgraceful resistance, devoid of order and discipline, they were miserably defeated. – Plutarch-Lives-of-the-noble-Grecians-and-Romans by Clough, Arthur Hugh
  4. But from this second loss and defeat the day got the name of Alliensis, from the river Allia and still retains it. – Plutarch-Lives-of-the-noble-Grecians-and-Romans by Clough, Arthur Hugh
  5. But none were so much concerned as those Romans who escaped in the battle of Allia and were now at Veii, thus lamenting with themselves, " O heavens, what a commander has Providence bereaved Rome of, to honor Ardea with his actions! – Plutarch-Lives-of-the-noble-Grecians-and-Romans by Clough, Arthur Hugh
  6. But when they saw their pretensions repudiated and themselves treated with outrageous disdain, the Gauls left the siege of Clusium on the spot, and set out for Rome, not stopping for plunder, and proclaiming everywhere on their march, " We are bound for Rome; we make war on none but Romans;" and when they encountered the Roman army, on the 16th of duly, 390 B. C., at the confluence of the Allia and the Tiber, half a day's march from Rome, they abruptly struck up their war- chant, and threw themselves upon their enemies. – A Popular History of France From The Earliest Times Volume I. of VI. by Francois Pierre Guillaume Guizot
  7. And yet both the fight at the Allia with the Gauls, and at Heraclea with Pyrrhus, was disgraceful, not so much on account of the loss as the panic and flight. – The History of Rome; Books Nine to Twenty-Six by Titus Livius
  8. The Romans counted Feb. 13, an unlucky day, and therefore then never attempted any business of importance; for on that day they were overthrown at Allia by the Gauls; and the Fabii attacking the city of the Veii, were all slain, save one. – Miscellanies upon Various Subjects by John Aubrey
  9. After their first burst of rage, they began to collect themselves; and finding, when collected, they could muster 30, 000 strong, they were joined by upwards of 40, 000 Senones, in alliance with whom they reached Allia a little stream flowing towards the Tiber. – The Comic History of Rome by Gilbert Abbott Becket
  10. As with Flexinna Brinnaria reminded him of the Vestals' flight after the disaster at the Allia and of their sojourn at Caere, again emphasizing the contrast between their unreprehended departure and the scrupulous steadfastness of the Flamen of Jupiter. – The Unwilling Vestal by Edward Lucas White
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