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Amalthēum

or Amalthēa. A villa of Atticus in Epirus, perhaps originally a shrine of the nymph Amalthea, which Atticus converted into a beautiful summer retreat. Cicero, in imitation, constructed a similar retreat on his estate at Arpinum. Cf. Cic. Ad Att. ii.

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