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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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Castiglione, el propio Rafael, junto a Andrea Navagero y Agostino Beazzano, fueron los protagonistas de memorables "excursiones arqueologicas" a Tivoli (la romana Tibur), en abril de 1516.
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.
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.
Estos conceptos de ubicacion en un punto elevado y que resalta en el paisaje, nacen ya en epoca republicana en los santuarios laciales de Praeneste (Palestrina, Italia) o Tibur (Tivoli, Italia) (Coarelli, 1987: 91-100) y en los foros republicanos italicos (Etxebarria, 2008: 41-45 y 79-82).
(1987), "Munigua, Praeneste e Tibur i modelli laziali di un municipio della Baetica", Lucentum, no.
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.
(16) Indeed, a lack of recognition and a demand for a more prominent grave monument (one that will attract the attention of the messenger who "runs" by her grave in verse 84) are precisely Cynthia's concern in verses 77-86, where we also learn that Cynthia's tomb is to redound to the credit of Tibur, her place of birth (85).
12 (5) CIL I, 756 = IX, 3513 Furfo (Regio IV) Aediles CIL VIII, 12445 Henchir Djemelihia (Proconsularii) CIL I, 2442 Lanuvium (Regio I) IRT, 597 Lepcis Magna (Tripolitana) CIL X, 7490 Lipara (Sicilia) CIL VIII, 972 y 973 Neapolis (Proconsularii) CIL I, 1496 = XIV, 3678 Tibur (Regio I) CIL XII, 1377 Vasio (Narbonensis) AE 1955, 107 Vie Cioutat (Narbonensis) AE 2001, 856 Cubulteria (Regio I) Aediles duoviri AE 1951, 22 Alba Fucens (Regio IV) IIIIviri aediles AE 2003, 1902 = Lepcis Magna IIIIvir IRT, 294 (Tripolitana) macelli (6) CIL XIV, 2621 Tusculum (Regio I) Aediles quinquennales CIL [I.sup.2], 1635 = Pompei (Regio I) IIviri X, 829 (7) Ordonez Agulla, S.
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.sup.2], 2675c).
In early times the exiled Roman did not need to go far into exile and could find a new home without leaving Latium, in cities such as Tibur, Praeneste, Lavinium and Ardea, or he could go to the Latin colonies.