Aventine

One of the hills of Rome.

Aventine

Av'en·tine adjective Pertaining to Mons Aventinus , one of the seven hills on which Rome stood. Bryant.
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Aventine

Av'en·tine noun A post of security or defense. [ Poetic] « Into the castle's tower, The only Aventine that now is left him. Beau. & Fl. »
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Aventine

• (n.) A post of security or defense. • (a.) Pertaining to Mons Aventinus, one of the seven hills on which Rome stood.
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Aventine

(from the article `Rome`) Though considerably built over with modern houses and travelled by modern bus lines, the Aventine still bespeaks a Rome of the past, if not the ...
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Aventine

Aventine, hill: see Rome before Augustus under Rome.
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