Anio   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Anio   - a river in central Italy, a tributary of the Tiber
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140/12 eligious objections to bringing water from the river Anio into Rome.
    Within translations:
Cic:Brut_54   ired to the banks of the Anio, about three miles from the
Ennius:Ann_55   was joined in marriage to the Anio. [56] & Ilia is marrie
Obseq_44   rained blood around the river Anio. A swarm of bees settled
Plin:HN_3.109   question. In another direction the Anio rising in the mountain of
Plinius:Ep_8.17   flood. Even the Anio, that daintiest of rivers, so dain
Polyaen_8.7.2   ies, and encamped at the river Anio, not far from the city
ValMax_8.9.1   the banks of the river Anio, upon the Mons so that
ValMax_9.2.1   scattered them upon the river Anio. Behold by what acts he


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