Clitunno River

Clitunno River
ancient Clitumnus.

River, central Italy.

It flows 37 mi (60 km) northwest to join a tributary of the Tiber River. A nearby spring was described by Virgil and Pliny the Younger and visited by the emperors Caligula and Flavius Honorius.

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Latin  Clitumnus,  

      river in Umbria regione, central Italy, rising from an abundant spring between Spoleto and Trevi and flowing 37 miles (60 km) northwest to join the Timia, a tributary of the Tiber (Tevere) River. The spring was described by the Roman writers Virgil and Pliny the Younger and was visited by the emperors Caligula and Flavius Honorius.

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