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The modern Nera; a river in Central Italy, rising in Mount Fiscellus, forming the boundary between Umbria and the land of the Sabini, and falling into the Tiber, not far from Ocriculum. It was celebrated for its sulphureous waters and white colour (Verg. Aen. vii. 517).

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