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Lacus Curtius

Lacus Curtius ("lake of Curtius"): small pool on the Roman Forum, venerated by the Romans, even when they did no longer remember why it was a holy place.

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Leonnatus

Leonnatus (356-322): one of the officers of Alexander the Great, saved his king's life in India and played a minor role in the wars of the Diadochi.

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Thermopylae (480 BCE)

Thermopylae (Θερμοπύλαι; "Hot Gates"): small pass in Greece, site of several battles, of which the Spartan defeat against the Persian invaders in 480 is the most famous.

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