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Tarquinii

[ tahr-kwin-ee-ahy ]

noun

  1. an ancient city of Etruria, in central Italy, NW of Rome: present-day Tarquinia on site.


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Qui cum in domo Tarquinii Prisci educaretur, ferunt prodigium visu eventuque mirabile accidisse.

Equitibus praeerat Aruns, Tarquinii filius: rex ipse cum legionibus sequebatur.

Qua re audita Servius dum ad Curiam contendit, iussu Tarquinii per gradus deiectus et domum refugiens interfectus est.

It is not necessary for you, as for your father, (coming here) from Corinth or Tarquinii, to strive for foreign thrones.

She easily persuades him, as being ambitious of honours, and one to whom Tarquinii was his country only on the mother's side.

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