The modern Narni; a town in Umbria, situated on a lofty hill, on the southern bank of the
river Nar, originally called Nequīnum, and made a Roman
colony B.C. 299, when its name was changed into Narnia, after the river (Livy, x. 9).
Harry Thurston Peck. Harpers Dictionary of Classical Antiquities. New York. Harper and Brothers. 1898.
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