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Minturnae (Italy) (search for this): book 7, commline 47
In 8. 314 the Fauns and Nymphs are the indigenous race that inhabited Italy when Saturn came down to civilize it. Laurens is properly the name of that territory and tribe whose capital was Laurentum: but Virg. uses it as a synonym of Latinus. Thus Turnus the Rutulian is called Laurens below v. 650. Latium in its latest and widest signification would include Minturnae on the Liris.
In 8. 314 the Fauns and Nymphs are the indigenous race that inhabited Italy when Saturn came down to civilize it. Laurens is properly the name of that territory and tribe whose capital was Laurentum: but Virg. uses it as a synonym of Latinus. Thus Turnus the Rutulian is called Laurens below v. 650. Latium in its latest and widest signification would include Minturnae on the Liris.
In 8. 314 the Fauns and Nymphs are the indigenous race that inhabited Italy when Saturn came down to civilize it. Laurens is properly the name of that territory and tribe whose capital was Laurentum: but Virg. uses it as a synonym of Latinus. Thus Turnus the Rutulian is called Laurens below v. 650. Latium in its latest and widest signification would include Minturnae on the Liris.