river: see AnieneAniene
, Lat. Anio, river, 61 mi (98 km) long, rising in Latium, central Italy, and flowing generally southwest to empty into the Tiber River near Rome. Two aqueducts have carried water from the Aniene to Rome since ancient times, and now the river also supplies several
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Juaniel Isies, 18; Niel Aguilar, 22; Ren Ren Santos, 23; Cedrick Acharon, 21; Edot Anio, 22, and Imanuel Guerrero, 22, were accompanied by their parents to the police headquarters.
Antananarivo, Madagascar: CNAPMAD and distributed through Omaly sy Anio.
This evocative panorama, incorporating the ruins of one of the ancient aqueducts of the Roman Campagna, the Aqua Anio Novus, has a drawn margin and must have been conceived as a work of art in its own right ($600,000-$800,000).
It is thought to be either the Aqua Appia from the end of the fourth century BC or the Anio Vetus from about four decades later.
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Anio was a young woman described in the Finnish nation epic poem, The Kalevala.
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, TUAE.
The researchers from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, looked at a surviving portion of the Anio Novus aqueduct, which was finished in 52 CE.