Caere

stor. Cerveteri

Sinonimi e Contrari. Terza edizione. 2010.

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  • Caere — (griego Agylla) fue una antigua ciudad de Etruria, a poca distancia de la costa del mar Tirreno, junto a un río llamado Caeretanus Amnis (actual Vaccina). Hacía frontera con Veyes (latín Veii) por el este y con Tarquinia (Tarquinii) por el norte …   Wikipedia Español

  • CAERE — urbs insignis in Hetruria, quae olim regionis totius caput fuit. Hanc olim Agyllam nominatam et a Pelasgis e Thessalia profectis conditam ferunt. Deinde vero Lydis, quos postea Tyrrhenos nominârunt, adversus Agyllinos bellum gerentibus, cum… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • Caere — Caere,   Stadt der Etrusker, Cerveteri …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Caere — For Caere, Inc., see OmniPage and Nuance Communications. An ancient Etruscan vase from Caere (ca 525 BC) depicting Heracles presenting Cerberus to Eurystheus. Caere (also Caisra and Cisra) is the Latin name given by the Romans to one …   Wikipedia

  • Caere — Cerveteri …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Caere — Ancient city, Etruria. Located northwest of Rome near the modern city of Ceveteri, it was an important trading centre. Brought under Roman control in 253 BC, it prospered as part of the empire but declined in later centuries. The derived Latin… …   Universalium

  • Caere — Cerveteri Cerveteri Ajouter une image Administration Pays  Italie …   Wikipédia en Français

  • CAERE — (AGYLLA, CAISRA, CISRA, CERVETERI)    The key settlement of South Etruria, located six kilometers from the sea and linked to the ports of Pyrgi (by a monumental road), Alsium, and Punicum. Knowledge of its early origins has been supplemented by… …   Historical Dictionary of the Etruscans

  • Caere — Antigua ciudad de Etruria. Ubicada al noroeste de Roma, cerca de la moderna ciudad de Ceveteri, fue un importante centro de intercambio comercial. Bajo el dominio romano en 253 BC, prosperó como parte del imperio, pero cayó en decadencia en los… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Caere (titular see) — Caere (Cære) is a Catholic titular see, corresponding to ancient Caere, modern Cerveteri (Cervetri). The title is currently held by Francesco Saverio Salerno[1]. Pope Marinus I and Pope Sergius III were bishops of Caere. The diocese was… …   Wikipedia

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