Sabina (region)  

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History of Rome, Ancient Rome

Sabina, the region in the Sabine Hills of Latium named for the Sabines, is the ancient territory that is today mainly identified with the Province of Rieti, in Lazio, although it includes parts of southern Umbria (area of Cascia, Amelia, Narni, Accumoli and Norcia) and Abruzzo (Aterno Valley).



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