TREBULA

TREBULA
oppid. Sabinorum, populi Trebulani. Apud hos praestantissimi fiebant casei. Martial. l. 13. Epigr. 33.
Trebula nos genuit: commendat gratia duplex,
Sive levi flammâ, sive domamur aquâ.
Vide Plin. l. 3. c. 5. Fuit Aboriginum urbs, Monte Leone, nunc oppidul. ditionis Pontific. in Sabinis, paulo cis Podium S. Laurentii, ubi ad templum S. victoriae, insignes exstant Trebulanorum inscriptiones, cum vestigiis theatri, aliarumque antiquitatum. Alia fuit Trebula Suffena, etiam in Sabinis, quod nunc creditur Montorium, paulo supra Nerulam. L. Holstenius. Imo fuisse in Sabinis Trebulanos Metuscaeos, et Trebulanos Suffenates, oppidaque eorum Trebulas, Servio Tribulas, notat Ioh Frid. Gronovius, Observ. in Scriptores Eccl. c. 20. insuper oppidum hôc nomine in Campania, ad amnem Liternum, cuius cultoribus eôdem annô, quô Arpinatibus, civitas data, teste Liviô, l. 10. c. 1. addens p. 292.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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