Definición de Volscian en inglés:


Saltos de línea: Vol|scian
Pronunciación: /ˈvɒlʃ(ə)n


A member of an ancient Italic people who fought the Romans in Latium in the 5th and 4th centuries bc until absorbed into Rome after their final defeat in 304 bc.
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  • Coriolanus immediately goes to his old enemy, the Volscian general Aufidius, and offers to attack and conquer Rome on behalf of the Volscians.
  • References to Romans and their opponents the Volscians have been kept intact, but this is far from a meticulous reproduction of the period.


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Relating to the Volscians.
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  • Despite the lords’ attempts to keep the peace, the Volscian people cry out for Coriolanus' death: two of Aufidius' party fatally stab him and the rest, along with Aufidius, trample his corpse.
  • Here Aufidius turns against him, accusing him of betraying the Volscian interests, and with the assistance of conspirators of his faction, publicly kills Coriolanus.
  • Caius Martius, a great Roman warrior, conquers the Volscian city of Corioli, and for this exploit he receives the honorific title ‘Coriolanus.’


from Latin Volsci (the name of the people) + -an.

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