Janiculum   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Janiculum   - a hill on the western edge of Rome
Wikipedia entry
  + Janiculan
287/12 The populace secedes to the Janiculum, in a dispute over debts; Q.Hor
    Within translations:
Athen_15.692   near Rome, which was called Janiculum from his name."
CIL_1.1000   CIL_1 .1000 On the Janiculum. Tablet of st
CIL_1.1001   or. Foremen of the Janiculan district superintended
Euseb]:Chron_279   was afterwards called Janiculum), after his father, and
GranLic_18   gained control of the Janiculum, [19] after killing man
GranLic_19   their enemies. The Janiculum could have been captured the
Hieron:Chron_1849   his bones were taken from the Janiculum back to Rudiae.
Hieron:Chron_king   nnius, and was buried near the Janiculum. 151st OLYMPIAD
NicDam_128.32   hen he reached the Janiculan Hill near Rome, a man who cla
Plin:HN_3.68   Rome, Antipolis, which today is Janiculum and a part of Rome,
ValMax_1.1.10   the rock that leads to Janiculum, they were spied by L.
ValMax_1.1.12   at the foot of Janiculum, delving somewhat deeper than

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