SUBLACEUM

SUBLACEUM
Villae nomen Neronianae, apud stagna Imbrivina: a Frontino de Aquoeductibus, vocatur Villa Sublacensis, in qua Neoni calix, quem iam ori admoverat, inter epulas fulmine excuslus est. Philostratus l. 4. de Vita Apollonii. Vide Sublacum.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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  • Subiaco — • A city in the Province of Rome, twenty five miles from Tivoli, received its name from the artificial lakes of the villa of Nero and is renowned for its sacred grotto (Sagro Speco), the Abbey of St. Scholastica, and the archiepiscopal residence… …   Catholic encyclopedia

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