Tiber   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Tiber   - a river in Italy, which flows through Rome
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  + Thybris
241/40 The river Tiber breaks its banks and causes flooding at Rome.
62/33 construction of the Pons Fabricia, a bridge across the river Tiber
38/2 fountain of oil flows from an inn near the river Tiber.
    Within translations:
CIL_* 1.26-32 * Pedestal of stone found in the Tiber. Third century
CIL_1.2516 side: Private land up to the Tiber as far as the wat
CIL_1.300 of Aesculapius, Isle of the Tiber. . . . Aulus L
CIL_1.477 (i) Ointment-pot? Found by the Tiber. Has apex, 'Fl&aa
CIL_1.990 ement found on the Isle of the Tiber. Gaius Volcaciu
CIL_add.7 (early 1st cent.)   us, of unknown date, was on Tiber island. Here we
Ennius:Ann_51 & Ilia appeals also to Tiber : MACROBIUS : 'And you, sir
Ennius:Ann_55 to he thrown into the Tiber : NONIUS : Facessere means
Ennius:Ann_56 Ilia is married to Tiber : SERVIUS auctus : reddita must,
Ennius:Ann_65 of the sky [65] & The Tiber overflows a second time :
Ennius:Ann_145 ius says - and the river Tiber belches into the salt sea,
Ennius:Ann_171 ductus ; for example, 'Thybris flows with gentle train'
Euseb]:Chron_285 called Alba, but is now called Tiber. The Roman historian
Euseb]:Chron_287 of the river was changed to Tiber. After the death [of
GranLic_19 from Pompeius, and crossed the Tiber. Milonius was killed,
Hieron:Chron_1976 brothel across the river Tiber, oil burst out of the groun
Just_43.3 rom Asia, sailing up the Tiber, formed an alliance with
Naev:Pun_21 rds betook themselves from the Tiber. Rome is founded on
Ovid:Cons_221 ls. [3.221] Father Tiber himself shuddered in his yellow
Polyaen_08.25.2 ored at the mouth of the Tiber; and landing there, went
Polyaen_08.31.1 uently to go down to the Tiber to bathe; and Cloelia, who


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