Tibur   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Tibur   - a town in Latium, Italy
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  + Tiburtes , Tiburtine , Tiburtines
CIL_1.47 ntius. Bronze plate found near Tibur. [a] Gaius Placen
CIL_* 1.1480-1482 * Apuleius. On an altar found at Tibur. Now lost. To D
CIL_1.586 ree of the Senate on the Tiburtines (late 2nd or early
Euseb]:Chron_287 Latins, which were: & & Tibur, Praeneste, Gabii, Tusculum
FastTr_p94 consul, & over the Gauls and Tiburtes, 4 k.Sext. (29th
FastTr_p95 consul, & over the Pedani and Tiburtes, 4 k.Oct. (27th
FGrH_255.1 year the inhabitants of Tibur were defeated by the Romans
Plinius:Ep_5.6 my other places at Tusculum, Tibur and Praeneste. For
Plinius:Ep_7.29 first milestone on the Tiburtine Road, a monument to Pal

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