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Ostia

 

Pronunciation:  AHS-tee-uh

Occurrences:  4

First Reference:  3rd Endowment 24:19

 

Also, my lord, can we move to assist within two days time, three more fleets, heavily armed, which can themselves attack the cities and ports of Praetoria, Ostia, Phillippi and Praxus, to turn them into heaps of ruin and broken rubble.”

 

 

See:  Commodus III, First Track, Rome, South Africa, Sulla Cornellius

 

Summary:  During the First Track, Ostia was one of seven garrison cities of South Africa that fell under siege during a counter-offensive strike by Drakonian forces (3:24:1-61). As a result of the brilliant strategy conceived by Kronus Maximillius, the treasuries of each city were plundered, with Rome losing up to half of all its wealth (3:25:22). Commodus III, the Emperor of Rome, was never able to recover from the overwhelming loss. The Emperor of Drakonia, Drakonus Maximillius, minted a new coin to celebrate the great victory (3:25:12-13).

 

 

Notes/References:

 

Refer to:  3rd Endowment 24—25

 

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By such a ploy did Drakonia plunder the treasures of Rome, sending into the cities of Lyconium, Niccocea, Mordredia, Praetoria, Phillippi, Ostia and Praxus, a strike force of heavy lifters, and there was met but little resistance to stand against them, for the garrisons of the cities had rushed themselves away.

3rd Endowment 25:8

 

 

 

Osceo-Ka'in
Ostia (Italy)