Gabii

Ancient town in the Italian region of Latium, about 20 km/12 mi from Rome. Although it had been an important place, it had declined to insignificance by the reign of the emperor
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Gabii

Gabii (gā'bēī) , ancient town of Latium, 12 mi (19.3 km) E of Rome on the road to Praeneste (modern Palestrina). According to legend, Romulus was reared there. One of the most important of the Latin cities, it supposedly resisted a siege by Lucius Tarquinius Superbus but was ea...
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