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Ariminum

[uh-rim-uh-nuh m]
noun
  1. ancient name of Rimini.
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Examples from the Web for ariminum

Historical Examples

  • Ariminum has a port and a river1652 of the same name as itself.

    The Geography of Strabo, Volume I (of 3)

    Strabo

  • It led from Rome to Ariminum, and was the most important route to the north.

  • Sempronius Longus, who had hastened from Ariminum to his support.

    A Smaller History of Rome

    William Smith and Eugene Lawrence

  • The first town on the Roman side of the Rubicon was Ariminum.

  • And not long afterward Vittigis and his whole army arrived at Ariminum, where they established their camp and began the siege.

    Procopius

    Procopius


British Dictionary definitions for ariminum

Ariminum

noun
  1. the ancient name of Rimini
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