Timavus   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Timavus   - a river in Istria, flowing into the Adriatic Sea
Wikipedia entry
CIL_1.652   ication to the river-god Timavus for victory and tri
Ennius:Ann_398   Roman camp by the Lacus Timavus : FESTUS : Obstipum, slan
Plin:HN_3.127   of the Iapudes, the river Timavus, Castellum Pucinum famous for its
Plin:HN_3.151   off the mouth of the Timavus, fed by hot springs that
Poseidon_89   chapter 1.8) & The river Timavus flows underground before

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