- Antium: see Anzio Anzio , Lat. Antium, town (1991 pop. 33497), in Latium, central Italy, on the Tyrrhenian Sea.
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- ANTIUM. (Advanced radio network identification equipment for universal ANTIUM. Objectives.
- Coriolanus-Antiumに お ける最後 の 「日々」 を振 り返 って 工 藤 敦 子
- 47. Coriolanus-Antiumに. お ける最後 の.
- RIVISTA DEL R~ ISTITVTO D'ARCHEOLOGIA E STORIA DELL'ARTE
- SAGGIO SULLA TOPOGRAFIA. DELL'ANTICA ANTIUM.
- Title page
- Archaic period, when at least two large settlements (Antium and. Satricum) and important roads in the area with good access to the flourishing city of Antium.
- Livy 2
- But yielding to the entreaties of his mother, Veturia, and his wife, Volumnia, he drew off his army and returned to Antium, where the Volscians put him to death.
- TUI TRAVEL ORD 10P : Holding(s) in Company
- The registered holder of such shares is Antium Finance Limited. (4) TUI AG's aggregate 55.94% interest referred to in section 8 above is equivalent to 50.
- I musei dell'estate al maree a pochi passi dalla spiaggia
- Ad Anzio si può visitare il Museo civico nella seicentesca Villa Adele che conserva i resti dell'antica Antium.
- 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica/Antium - Wikisource
- Dec 13, 2009 ANTIUM (mod. Anzio), an ancient Volscian city on the coast of Latium, about 33 m. S.
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- Allevamento Bulldog Roma - Bulldog Inglese | Antium | Roma Lazio
- Allevamento Bulldog Inglese a Roma, riconosciuto ENCI, FCI, cani Bulldog Inglesi, situato a Nettuno Roma.
- Antium - definition of Antium by the Free Online Dictionary
- A town of central Italy on the Tyrrhenian Sea south-southeast of Rome. In World War II Allied troops landed at Anzio on January 22, 1944. Population: 48500.
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