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Gabii

(gā`bēī), ancient town of Latium, 12 mi (19.3 km) E of Rome on the road to Praeneste (modern Palestrina). According to legend, RomulusRomulus
, in Roman legend, founder of Rome. When Amulius usurped the throne of his brother Numitor, king of Alba Longa, he forced Numitor's daughter, Rhea Silvia, to become a vestal virgin so that she would bear no children.
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 was reared there. One of the most important of the Latin cities, it supposedly resisted a siege by Lucius Tarquinius Superbus (see TarquinTarquin
[Etruscan,=lord], in Roman tradition, an Etruscan family that ruled Rome. According to the historian Livy, when the rule of the Bacchiadae in Corinth was overthrown (c.657 B.C.
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) but was early overshadowed by Rome and had lost all importance even in the days of the republic. In the early 21st cent. a monumental structure that preceded Greece's ascribed influence on Roman architecture was excavated in Gabii. The modern village of Castiglione is on the site.
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Another observed that the love of tulips agreed perfectly well with that of politics, and that it was proved in history that many very dangerous men were engaged in gardening, just as if it had been their profession, whilst really they occupied themselves with perfectly different concerns; witness Tarquin the Elder, who grew poppies at Gabii, and the Great Conde, who watered his carnations at the dungeon of Vincennes at the very moment when the former meditated his return to Rome, and the latter his escape from prison.
El segundo ejemplar corresponde a una pieza documentada en el interior de una tumba en la necropolis de Gabii, que ha podido datarse en el s.
Among the topics are the archaeological background of the earliest graffiti and finds from Methone, from Gabii and Gordion to Eretria and Methone: the rise of the Greek alphabet, alphabets and dialects in the Euboean colonies of Sicily and Magna Graecia: what could have happened in Methone, and wine and the early history of the Greek alphabet: early Greek vase-inscriptions and the Symposion.
He eliminates elements from his classical sources--namely, the Gabii background and oracle that introduces Junius Brutus.
Pagsalubong ko sa kanya, sabi ko 'Maayong gabii, Ginoong Presidente.
4) La frase se refiere a una historia contada por Tito Livio, segun la cual siendo Tarquinio el Soberbio rey de Roma, su hijo Sexto, exiliado en la ciudad de Gabii, envio un mensajero a su padre pidiendo consejo para gobernar la ciudad.
Found in a cement-capped pit in the ancient metropolis of Gabii, the coffin is unusual because it's made of lead.
34) He certainly built aqueducts, or replaced old ones, across the width of the Empire: at Italica, (35) Gabii (CIL 14.
Come now, and I shall tell you of the glory that lies in store for the sons of Dardanus, for the men of Italian stock who will be our descendants; these will build Gabii, and the city Fidenae and Bola and Cora.
Se trata de las dos procedentes de la ciudad de Gabii (Fig.
The palace was discovered on the site of the ancient acropolis of Gabii, where, according to legend, Rome's mythical founders, Romulus and Remus, were educated.
On May 16 to 31, Taoid activities will be held in Cebu, such as the Kristo Nino exhibit by the NCCA National Committee on Art Galleries; storytelling session by the National Committee on Libraries and Information Service; local history writing workshop by the National Committee on Historical Research; training-workshop on archive management by the National Committee on Archives; and Gabii sa Kabilin of the National Committee on Museums.