TARRACINA


TARRACINA
TARRACINA
quae et Anxur prius dicta, teste Pliniô, l. 3. c. 5. Taracina Straboni, Tarrachina Stephano, colonia et urbs Latii Episcopalis in colle apud Usentis ostia, media fere inter urbem Romam et Neapolim. A Graecis urbi hoc nomen fuisse impositum testatur Strabo, l. 5. Sequitur post centum stadia a Circaeo Tarracina, Τρακίνη καλουμένη ππρότερον ἀπὸ τοῦ συμβεβηκότος, i. e. ab asperitate. Nic. Lloyd. Baudrando urbs alias Volscorum, in Latio, nunc Campaniae Romanae in confinio regni Neapolitani. Ad radices collis, in ora maris Tyrrheni sed eius portus arenâ obductus est. Cum castro satis munito. Urbs deficit indies, ob aeres inclementlam, et paludes Pomptinas adiacentes. In ditione Pontificis.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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