Antium


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Antium:

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, Lat. Antium, town (1991 pop. 33,497), in Latium, central Italy, on the Tyrrhenian Sea. It is a seaside resort with a fishing industry. A Volscian town, it was captured by Rome in 341 B.C. and became a favorite resort of the Romans.
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, Italy.
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Kevin Jeffrey, Edgbaston Evening Mail, August 27, 1967 64AD: The Great Fire of Rome took place during the reign of Nero, who played the lyre 50 miles away in Antium when he heard the news.
Wearing rags, Coriolanus crawled to Aufidius's house in Antium.
He supposedly played the lyre and was 50 miles away in Antium when he heard the news.