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  • 1 Apōni fontes — (Aquae Patavinae, a. Geogr.), warme Quelle bei dem Flecken Apōnus, unweit Padua, jetzt Abano, s.d …

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  • 2 FONS — Neptuni inventum, vide infra, a fundendo, quod aquam fundant, dictus, scaturigo aquarum perennis, atqueve hinc inter rudis illius Antiquitatis Numina fuit. Mart. l. 4. Epigr. 57. v. 7. cuius epigraphe ad Faustinum. Ergo sacri fontes et littora… …

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  • 3 Aquae Mattiacorum — (auch Aquae Mattiacae oder Mattiacum) ist der Name der antiken römischen Siedlung auf dem Stadtgebiet von Wiesbaden. Seit der frühen römischen Kaiserzeit ist in Wiesbaden von einer militärischen Präsenz gegenüber dem Legionslager Mogontiacum… …

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  • 4 Soterĭae aquae — (Soterii fontes), Gesundbrunnen, s. Mineralwasser …

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  • 5 Aquae — (a. Geogr.), Städte mit Gesundheitsquellen u. Bädern; so Stadt in Pannonien, j. Baden in Österreich. Gewöhnlich durch Zusätze näher bezeichnet, so: A. Allobrogum (A. Domitiānae, A. Gratiānae), das jetzige Aix (s.d.) in Savoyen. A. Apollināres,… …

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  • 6 AQUAE Grani — ab aquis calidis seu thermis, et ab Apolline Granno, quasi Aquae Apollinis, vel certe a nomine loci, dictae sunt, vulgo Aken Germanis, Aix la Chapelle Gallis, a Basilica maxima, quam Carolus M. Christo Servatori et S. Virgini eius matri… …

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  • 7 AQUAE Patavinae — Plin. quae Fontes Aponi Livio aliisque dicuntur. Babni d Abano vulgo. Vide Aponus …

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  • 8 BORMIAE Aquae — oppid. Rhaetorum, ad extremum Vallis Telinae, inter fontes Adduae et Ollii fluv. Wormsee …

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  • 9 CICERONIS Aquae — sive fontes calidi, Bagni di Ciceroni, et Bagni di Britolin, teste Pighiô, locus Campaniae. Plin. l. 31. c. 2. Baudrando Bagni di Tritolino, balnea Campaniae, prope Baias et lacum Avernum, in colle, ex adverso Puteoli. Vide Itiner. Italiae… …

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  • 10 CLAUDIAE Aquae — fontes duo Romae, Caeruleus, et Curiius …

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  • 11 SALMACIDAE Aquae — apud Plinium l. 31. c. 3. ubi de aquis: Ante omnia autem damnantur amarae; et quae scrobem (l. sorptae) statim implent: quod evenit Troezene: nam nitrosas atque Salmacidas in desertis Rubrum Mare potentes additâ polentâ utiles intra duas horas… …

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  • 12 Aquae Sulis — For the Roman Baths complex at Aquae Sulis, see Roman Baths (Bath) .Aquae Sulis was a small town in the Roman province of Britannia. Today it is known as Bath, located in the English county of Somerset.DevelopmentBaths and temple complexThe… …

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  • 13 Norrent-Fontes — Norrent Fontes …

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  • 14 Ad fontes — is a Latin expression which means to the sources (lit. to the fountain ). The phrase epitomizes the renewed study of Greek and Latin classics in Renaissance humanism. [ The fundamental feature of Renaissance Humanism is summed up in the concept… …

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  • 15 Asdrúbal Fontes Bayardo — Infobox F1 driver Name = Asdrúbal Fontes Bayardo Nationality = flagicon|Uruguay Uruguayan Years = F1|1959 Team(s) = Scuderia Centro Sud Races = 1 (0 starts) Championships = 0 Wins = 0 Podiums = 0 Points = 0 Poles = 0 Fastest laps = 0 First race …

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  • 16 Battle of Aquae Sextiae — Infobox Military Conflict conflict=Battle of Aquae Sextiae partof=Cimbrian War caption=The migration of the Teutons and the Cimbri date= 102 BC place=modern Aix en Provence, France result=Decisive Roman victory combatant1=Teutones… …

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  • 17 Albulae Aquae — ( The White Water ) is a group of springs located 6 km West of Tivoli. The springs water is bluish, strongly impregnated with sulphur and carbonate of lime, and rises at a temperature of about 24°C. Remains of a Roman thermal establishment exist… …

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  • 18 Vale das Fontes — ( pt. Valley of the Springs) is a parish of Vinhais municipality in the Bragança district of northeast Portugal.This parish includes the villages of Vale das Fontes, Nuzedo de Baixo and Minas. These villages belong to the so called terra quente …

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  • 19 Fontes Pereira de Melo — António Maria de Fontes Pereira de Melo GCTE KGF (pronounced|ˈfõtɨʃ pɨˈɾɐiɾɐ dɨ ˈmɛlu; (Lisbon, 1819 Lisbon, 1887) was a Portuguese statesman, politician, and engineer. He was the son of João de Fontes Pereira de Melo and wife and first cousin… …

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  • 20 Wayne Fontes — (born February 2, 1940) is a former American football coach and college and professional football player who was the head coach of the NFL s Detroit Lions from 1988 to 1996. His 67 wins and 71 losses are each the most for a head coach in team… …

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