Rudiae

Rudiae, is presently an archaeological park beside the Via San Pietro in Lama that runs south-west from the city of . The place was identified as the former home of the poet Ennius by the Renaissance Humanist, Antonio de Ferraris.

Notable Places in the Area

City gate
is situated 2½ km northeast of Rudiae. Photo: Lupiae, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Museum
is situated 2 km northeast of Rudiae. Photo: Reinhard Dietrich, CC BY 3.0.

Railway station
serves the city and comune of , in the region of , . is situated 2 km northeast of Rudiae. Photo: Haragayato, CC BY-SA 4.0.

Tourist attraction
is situated 3 km northeast of Rudiae. Photo: Lupiae, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Localities in the Area

is a historic city of 95,766 inhabitants in , the capital of the , the second province in the by population, as well as one of the most important cities of . Photo: MatthiasKabel, CC BY 2.5.

Village
is an village and hamlet of the municipality of in the , . is situated 6 km east of Rudiae. Photo: Wikimedia, CC BY-SA 4.0.

Town
is a town and comune in the in the region of south-east . is situated 7 km north of Rudiae.

Rudiae

Latitude
40.3335° or 40° 20' 0.6" north
Longitude
18.1475° or 18° 8' 51.2" east
Open Location Code
8FGW84MX+92
Open­Street­Map ID
node 2385909569
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Also Known As

  • Dutch: Rudiae
  • Egyptian Arabic: روديا
  • French: Rudiae
  • Greek: Ρωδαίες
  • Italian: Rudiae
  • Italian: Rugge
  • Italian: Rusce
  • Latin: Rudiae
  • Russian: Рудии
  • Swedish: Rudiae
  • Parco Archeologico Rudiae

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