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(Placename) the ancient name for Tivoli
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(ˈtɪv ə li)

1. Ancient, Tibur. a town in central Italy, E of Rome. 50,969.
2. a park and entertainment center in Copenhagen, Denmark.
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Noun1.Tibur - a town twenty miles to the east of Rome (Tibur is the ancient name)Tibur - a town twenty miles to the east of Rome (Tibur is the ancient name); a summer resort during the Roman empire; noted for its waterfalls
Italia, Italian Republic, Italy - a republic in southern Europe on the Italian Peninsula; was the core of the Roman Republic and the Roman Empire between the 4th century BC and the 5th century AD
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Tibur Agirre, quien ademas de ensenarnos el horno antiguo, el moderno y el Museo del Pan, tambien nos pondra en funcionamiento un molino de mas de 500 anos de historia.
His ancestral Arcadia associated him with Pan and Diana, woodland divinities; the peasants of Tibur identify him with the gentle Aristaeus, king of the bees.
Zenobia was freed by the emperor, who granted let an elegant villa in Tibur (modern Tivoli, Italy) where she dedicated herself In pursuing the philosphical interests she had learnt from her preceptor Cassius Longinus
Prof Van Braam then presented a paper on Horace and his villas at Tibur, with a sketch of Horace's life and works, and illustrated with lantern-slides of the landscape; he also pointed out relatively modern characteristics in Horace's poetry.
Nearby, a long alley of boxwood sphinxes and palm trees transports the visitor to a reinvented and slightly twisted Orient, much as 'Canopus', a section of Hadrian's villa at Tibur, must have done for the Emperor.