[ vohl-tur-nuh s, vol- ]
/ voʊlˈtɜr nəs, vɒl- /
the ancient Roman personification of the east or southeast wind.
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Fabius intercepted him near Casilinum, in Campania, on the left bank of the Volturnus.History of Rome from the Earliest times down to 476 AD|Robert F. Pennell
The plain at the mouth of the former is comparatively small, while that traversed by the Volturnus is the main plain of Campania.