LUCUS FERONIAE
   A low-lying sanctuary (47 meters above sea level) near to Capena, with votive deposits from the Archaic period until the third century BC.

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  • Lucus Feroniae — was an ancient shrine in Etruria, located in the territory of the modern commune of Capena, Lazio, next to the border with the neighbouring commune of Fiano Romano. It was located across the ancient Via Tiberina.It was visited both by Latins and… …   Wikipedia

  • LUCUS Feroniae — col. et opp. Hetruriae Capenatibus proximum. Alter apud Ptol. opp. Hetruriae apud oram litoralem, Lucam inter, et Lunam. Pietra santta Leandro. Aliis Bientina vicus est Florentiam inter et Lucam, apud lacum …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • Lucus Feroniae — 42° 07′ 47″ N 12° 35′ 49″ E / 42.12971, 12.59687 Lucus Feroniae est un …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Lucus — a sanctuary (compare fanum ), is part of the Latin name of several different ancient places in the Roman Empire:*Lucus Angitiae is now Luco, a city in Italy *Lucus Augusti is now Lugo, a city in Spain *Lucus Augusti is now Luc en Diois, a city i …   Wikipedia

  • Lucus — Cet article possède un paronyme, voir : Locus (homonymie) …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Feronia (Étrurie) — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Feronia, (72) Feronia et Féronie. Feronia ou Lucus Feroniae, en grec Φερωνία, pour Strabon, et Λοῦκος Φηρωνίας pour Ptolémée, est une ville ancienne du sud de l Étrurie située au pied du Mont Soracte, dans le… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Feronia (Etruria) — Feronia or Lucus Feroniae (polytonic|Φερωνία, Strabo; polytonic|Λοῦκος Φηρωνίας, Ptolemy) was an ancient town of southern Etruria, at the foot of Mount Soracte, within the territory of Capena, with a celebrated temple or shrine of the goddess… …   Wikipedia

  • Feronia (mythology) — Feronia was a marginal rural goddess in Roman religion, to whom woods and springs were sacred, and a more important goddess among the Latins.FunctionMany versions of Feronia’s cult have been supposed, and it is not quite clear that she was only… …   Wikipedia

  • Feronia — ist: in der Antike: Feronia (Mythologie), eine altitalische Göttin Feronia (Latium) (auch Lucus Feroniae), ein Heiligtum der Göttin in Latium Feronia (Etrurien) (auch Lucus Feroniae), ein Heiligtum der Göttin und Stadt im Süden Etruriens Feronia… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Liste der antiken Amphitheater — Die Liste der antiken Amphitheater bietet einen Überblick über die Amphitheater des römischen Reiches. Die Auflistung erfolgt alphabetisch, unterteilt nach den heutigen Ländern, aber mit antiken Städtenamen, falls diese bekannt sind. Wenn der… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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