(47.) The first volume following this model was MAIC, DGA, Giuseppe Zoppi, L 'Aniene
(Roma: Bertero, 1891).
ramosis Anio qua pomifer incubat arvis, et numquam Herculeo numine pallet ebur, hic carmen media dignum me scribe columna, sed breve, quod currens vector ab urbe legat: HIC TIBURTINA IACET AUREA CYNTHIA TERRA: ACCESSIT RIPAE LAUS, ANIENE
This expansion of the Roman water system tapped into the somewhat muddy Aniene
River more than 50 miles east of the city and delivered it to a large cistern that mixed together water from several sources for distribution across the city.
Particularly heads of 32 larvae were collected from two localities of River Aniene
(central Italy) and photographed for digitizing landmarks and semilandmarks.
Comparable concerns may be discerned in almost all of his subsequent poetry through his last exile collection, Canciones del alto valle del Aniene
Doveva essere una 'garden city' destinata al ceto medio, disposta su una duplice altura al di la dell'Aniene
" ("Construction on the Monte Sacro neighborhood began in 1920 under the auspices of the Garden-City Consortium [...] to which the Romantic character of the network of streets and architecture is owed [...].
(14) It was based on an actual view of a bridge near Tivoli called the Ponte di Molo, on the Aniene
Near Rome, Tivoli is a small town on the Aniene
River that is well-known for its wine, villas with their cascades and beautiful gardens, and Lido di Roma, a fashionable resort.
Poetry of a more purely lyric nature marked the next three decades, including the volumes Retorno de lo vivo lejano (1952), Baladas y canciones de Parana (1954), Abierto a todas horas (Open at All Hours; 1964), and Canciones del Alto Valle del Aniene
The Roman countryside, the views of the Tiber and the Aniene
rivers (always favorite landscapes for Pascarella's innumerable drawings and photographs), framed by the Parioli mountains in front of the Acqua Acetosa springs and the Milvian bridge, provide the perfect setting for the 25 sonnets of Villa Gloria.
The Garbatella was part of an ambitious expansion project that aimed to promote maritime industry in Rome and the extension of the city--north, towards the Aniene
River, and southeast, along the shores of the Tiber all the way to the Tyrrhenian sea.