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The Cremera is a 36.7-kilometre (22.8 mi) Italian stream in Lazio (and previously in Etruria) which runs past Sacrofano, Formello, and Campagnano di Roma before falling into the Tiber about 10 kilometres (6 mi) north of Rome. It connects to the Tiber just as the Via Flaminia intersects the Grande Raccordo Anulare highway, on the proximity of the Labaro Roma Nord railway station, where an ancient Roman bridge is.The identification with the Fosso della Valchetta is fixed as correct by the account in Livy ii. 49, which shows that the Saxa Rubra were not far off, and this we know to be the Roman name of the post station of Prima Porta, about 12 kilometres (7 mi) from Rome on the Via Flaminia. It is famous for the defeat of the three hundred Fabii, who had established a fortified post on its ba

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  • Der Cremera (auch Valchetta) ist ein Nebenfluss des Tiber in der italienischen Region Latium. (de)
  • The Cremera is a 36.7-kilometre (22.8 mi) Italian stream in Lazio (and previously in Etruria) which runs past Sacrofano, Formello, and Campagnano di Roma before falling into the Tiber about 10 kilometres (6 mi) north of Rome. It connects to the Tiber just as the Via Flaminia intersects the Grande Raccordo Anulare highway, on the proximity of the Labaro Roma Nord railway station, where an ancient Roman bridge is.The identification with the Fosso della Valchetta is fixed as correct by the account in Livy ii. 49, which shows that the Saxa Rubra were not far off, and this we know to be the Roman name of the post station of Prima Porta, about 12 kilometres (7 mi) from Rome on the Via Flaminia. It is famous for the defeat of the three hundred Fabii, who had established a fortified post on its banks. (en)
  • Le Crémère (en italien, Cremera) est une rivière du Latium (Italie centrale), d'une longueur de 36,7 km, qui prend sa source au Monte Silio et conflue dans le Tibre en rive droite, à environ 10 km au nord de Rome. (fr)
  • De Cremera is een zijrivier van de Tiber in de Italiaanse regio Lazio. (nl)
  • Cremera är en 36,7 kilometer lång biflod till Tibern i den italienska regionen Lazio. Den går förbi Sacrofano, Formello och Campagnano di Roma innan den mynnar i Tibern omkring 10 kilometer norr om Rom. Cremera har identifierats som samma vattendrag som "Fosso della Valchetta", då Titus Livius nämner dess närhet till Saxa Rubra omkring 11 kilometer norr om Rom på Via Flaminia. Floden är bland annat känd för slaget vid Cremera, där trehundra medlemmar av den romerska ätten Fabius dog i ett krig mot den etruskiska staden Veji på 400-talet f.Kr. (sv)
  • 克雷梅拉河是意大利的河流,位於該國中部拉吉歐大區,最終注入提雷尼亞海,河道全長36.7公里,流域面積103平方公里,平均流量每秒5立方米。 (zh)
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  • Der Cremera (auch Valchetta) ist ein Nebenfluss des Tiber in der italienischen Region Latium. (de)
  • Le Crémère (en italien, Cremera) est une rivière du Latium (Italie centrale), d'une longueur de 36,7 km, qui prend sa source au Monte Silio et conflue dans le Tibre en rive droite, à environ 10 km au nord de Rome. (fr)
  • De Cremera is een zijrivier van de Tiber in de Italiaanse regio Lazio. (nl)
  • Cremera är en 36,7 kilometer lång biflod till Tibern i den italienska regionen Lazio. Den går förbi Sacrofano, Formello och Campagnano di Roma innan den mynnar i Tibern omkring 10 kilometer norr om Rom. Cremera har identifierats som samma vattendrag som "Fosso della Valchetta", då Titus Livius nämner dess närhet till Saxa Rubra omkring 11 kilometer norr om Rom på Via Flaminia. Floden är bland annat känd för slaget vid Cremera, där trehundra medlemmar av den romerska ätten Fabius dog i ett krig mot den etruskiska staden Veji på 400-talet f.Kr. (sv)
  • 克雷梅拉河是意大利的河流,位於該國中部拉吉歐大區,最終注入提雷尼亞海,河道全長36.7公里,流域面積103平方公里,平均流量每秒5立方米。 (zh)
  • The Cremera is a 36.7-kilometre (22.8 mi) Italian stream in Lazio (and previously in Etruria) which runs past Sacrofano, Formello, and Campagnano di Roma before falling into the Tiber about 10 kilometres (6 mi) north of Rome. It connects to the Tiber just as the Via Flaminia intersects the Grande Raccordo Anulare highway, on the proximity of the Labaro Roma Nord railway station, where an ancient Roman bridge is.The identification with the Fosso della Valchetta is fixed as correct by the account in Livy ii. 49, which shows that the Saxa Rubra were not far off, and this we know to be the Roman name of the post station of Prima Porta, about 12 kilometres (7 mi) from Rome on the Via Flaminia. It is famous for the defeat of the three hundred Fabii, who had established a fortified post on its ba (en)
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  • Cremera (nl)
  • Cremera (sv)
  • 克雷梅拉河 (zh)
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