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Lanuvium

Lanuvium (lənōˈvēəm) [key], ancient city of Latium, Italy, c.20 mi (32 km) S of Rome, in the Alban Hills near the Appian Way. It was celebrated for its temple of Juno. The modern village is Lanuvio; there are ruins of a temple and Roman walls on the site.

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