Liris   - in ancient sources @

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  Liris   - a river in Latium, Italy
Wikipedia entry
CIL_1.1570   aea. Found at Traiectum on the Liris, c. 45 B.C.? now
Ennius:Ann_171   [171] & The River Liris at Interamna Lirenas (?) : MACROB
FastTr__V   in Latium, by the river Liris Volsones An unknown people
Oros_4.1   B.C. was fought near the Liris River and Heraclea, a city
Plin:HN_3.56   as far as the river Liris. To begin with there is
Plin:HN_3.59   which runs the river Liris, once called Clanis; and

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