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Tibur:

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, Lat. Tibur, city (1991 pop. 52,372), in Latium, central Italy, on the Aniene River. An important tourist center, the city is beautifully situated on a terrace dominating nearby Rome and the plain to the sea.
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He seleccionado unas pocas de las correspondientes a la Roma antigua y a la Tibur romana, con la intencion de complementar lo dicho mediante significativos fragmentos o mejor pezzi en el sentido comentado, a considerar como huesos sin carne de tales reliquias, segun la contundente expresion, ya glosada, de Rafael a Leon X.
Esto ultimo cabria aplicar asimismo a los dos interiores de la entonces denominada Villa di Mecenate en Tivoli -se trata ahora de la Tibur romana- de 1764 [BH GRL 2 (125)] y de 1767 [BH GRL 2 (124)], en las cuales las zonas que muestran el opus incertum resultan verdaderamente fascinantes.
Hoy sabemos que esta construccion era el Santuario de Hercules de la Tibur romana, c.
Teniendo in mente las resenadas vedute piranesianas de la entoces conocida como Villa di Mecenate a Tivoli, que hoy sabemos que corresponden al Templo de Hercules de la Tibur romana, con toda probabilidad, por otra parte, fundamento y referente para Filippo Brunelleschi (76) en planteamientos, ideacion, secuencias y ritmos en los elementos claves de sus arquitecturas civiles (Loggia degli Innocenti, en la florentina piazza della SS.
Tibur is beautiful, too, and the orchard slopes, and the Anio Falling, falling yet, to the ancient lyrical cadence; Tibur and Anio's tide; and cool from Lucretilis ever, With the Digentian stream, and with the Bandusian fountain, Folded in Sabine recesses, the valley and villa of Horace:-- So not seeing I sung; so seeing and listening say I.
The detail about the war is probably influenced by the historic tradition, according to which Tibur was a Sicel city conquered by the Aborigines (cf.
The possibility of a Tiburtine "twin" tradition, analogous to that of the foundation of Rome, was not excluded by Horsfall (4), but the idea that Coras and Catillus are twins is absent from the antiquarian tradition about Tibur, and it is therefore to be considered a Vergilian innovation.
Further hints at a similarity between Rome and Tibur are offered by characters which Vergil presents either as Tiburtine or as somehow associated with Tibur.
No clue is given about the ethnic group of Remus, if not his contiguity to Rhamnes, and the obvious tendency to associate him with Remulus, something that may suggest that he could be from Tibur too.
But even apart from this last possibility, the presence of a Tiburtine Remulus in a relationship of contiguity with Rhamnes and Remus has the effect of reinforcing the "Roman" colouring of Tibur that has already been suggested, as we have seen, by the twin couple of the founders Coras and Catillus.
que fue hallada en las sustrucciones de un templo (CIL XIV, 2621); y que dos aediles, aere multaticio, pagaron un pavimento musivo de procedencia desconocida conservado en Tibur que quizas pertenecio a un edificio sacro, posiblemente el templo de Hercules (CIL [I.
Para el caso de la inscripcion conservada en Tibur tenemos un paralelo en Roma, donde sabemos que los ediles curules financiaron el pavimento de opus teselatum del templo de Apolo in circo (CIL [I.