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urbs urbis, f

a walled town, city : Interea Aeneas urbem designat aratro, V.: Certabant urbem Romam Remoramne vocarent, Enn. ap. C.: urbes magnae atque imperiosae: duabus urbibus eversis: Romana (i. e. Roma), L.—Poet., with gen. of name: urbs Patavi, V.—Rome, the city of Rome: (Caesar) maturat ab urbe proficisci, Cs.: conditor urbis (Romulus), O.: (pater) Terruit urbem, H.: ad urbem cum esset, i. e. close to Rome: ei utrique ad urbem inperatores erant, S.—An acropolis, citadel, Cu.—The city, citizens: somno vinoque sepulta, V.: maesta attonitaque, Iu.— Fig., a city, citadel, centre: urbem philosophiae proditis.

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