Aventine - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a hill in Rome
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; he also added the Aventine and Caelian Hills to the
Sacred Mount, and then the Aventine Hill. And indeed not even
similar reason, and later the Aventine Hill ** . . .
(early 1st cent.) s had a temple on the Aventine, but the year of ded
(1st cent. A.D.) dicated to Minerva] on the Aventine hill. [The Sa
makes his search on high Aventine and so looks out for the
from his name was called the Aventine hill. After he die
where he settled on the Aventine hill, and lived contente
the auspices from the Aventine : VARRO : Several causes
darkness descended. On the Aventine, rains of stones were
himself was killed on the Aventine Hill.
and set free. On the Aventine it rained mud. After the
up arms and occupied Mount Aventine. Nor did they cease to
report, were slain on the Aventine 10 The consul Opimius was
the Mons Sacer and the Aventine; as a result, they were
former was killed on the Aventine hill, and the latter was
in that part of the Aventine hill, where now we see
a pitched battle on the Aventine hill, in which he received
place to dwell on the Aventine, and restored their property to
it to Diana on the Aventine, his country would obtain the
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