Tiber - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a river in Italy, which flows through Rome
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The river Tiber breaks its banks and causes flooding at Rome.
construction of the Pons Fabricia, a bridge across the river Tiber
hilosopher, almost drowns himself in the river Tiber out of despair.
fountain of oil flows from an inn near the river Tiber.
the sea swift-flowing Tiber, a youth with the first dow
ival by the holy wave of Tiber, having vowed a sacrifice
CIL_* 1.26-32 *
Pedestal of stone found in the Tiber. Third century
side: Private land up to the Tiber as far as the wat
of Aesculapius, Isle of the Tiber. . . . Aulus L
(i) Ointment-pot? Found by the Tiber. Has apex, 'Fl&aa
ement found on the Isle of the Tiber. Gaius Volcaciu
(early 1st cent.) us, of unknown date, was on Tiber island. Here we
& Ilia appeals also to Tiber : MACROBIUS : 'And you, sir
to he thrown into the Tiber : NONIUS : Facessere means
Ilia is married to Tiber : SERVIUS auctus : reddita must,
of the sky  & The Tiber overflows a second time :
ius says - and the river Tiber belches into the salt sea,
ductus ; for example, 'Thybris flows with gentle train'
called Alba, but is now called Tiber. The Roman historian
of the river was changed to Tiber. After the death [of
from Pompeius, and crossed the Tiber. Milonius was killed,
brothel across the river Tiber, oil burst out of the groun
rom Asia, sailing up the Tiber, formed an alliance with
rds betook themselves from the Tiber. Rome is founded on
ls. [3.221] Father Tiber himself shuddered in his yellow
ored at the mouth of the Tiber; and landing there, went
uently to go down to the Tiber to bathe; and Cloelia, who
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