Patavium


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Noun1.Patavium - a city in VenetoPatavium - a city in Veneto      
Venetia, Veneto, Venezia-Euganea - a region of northeastern Italy on the Adriatic
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2), he perhaps overemphasizes it in respect of Silius, who, though he bought Vergil's tomb in Naples, appears to have been either from Italica in the Roman province of Hispania or Patavium in Italy.
THE 11-year-old Patavium rolled back the years with his first win since January 2012 in the 2m3f handicap hurdle under Tony Kelly, who brought him home by three and three-quarter lengths from Newdane Dancer.
Patavium Prince loves to be beside the seaside and can strike again at Brighton in the Brakes Food Service Handicap.
Hopefully, we can get a bit of a bank ready for the onslaught thanks to PATAVIUM at Redcar.
Edwin Tuer heaved a sigh of relief when Patavium (14-1) got him off the cold list when landing the totexacta Handicap Hurdle under Tony Dobbin.
what shall I sing about you, sires of Latin eloquence,/you from Arpinum, you from Patavium, you from Mantua / .
A native of Patavium (Padua), Livy began his great work about 26 bc, but did not publish his first twenty - one books until ad 14.
After an encouraging fourth to Patavium Prince at Lingfield just before Christmas, Paperetto found only the progressive Glastonberry (underachieved when sent off favourite here on Saturday) too good for him on a return visit.