Transtiberine

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From Latin Trānstiberīnus, from trans + Tiberis + -inus.

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Transtiberine (not comparable)

  1. located beyond the river Tiber
    • 1998, The Cambridge Ancient History, Vol. 13: The Late Empire, p. 312
      They set fire to Symmachus' beautiful house in the Transtiberine district...

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