Caelian   - in ancient sources @

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  Caelian   Hill - a hill in Rome
Wikipedia entry
  + Caelius
Cic:Rep_2.33   also added the Aventine and Caelian Hills to the city, divided
CIL_1.626   tone found at Rome on the Mons Caelius; dedicated in
Plin:HN_36.48   house, which was on the Caelian Hill, was, according to Cornelius
ValMax_8.2.1   he had built upon the Caelian hill, because it hindered them

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