Definition of Tevere
1. Noun. A river of central Italy; flows through Rome to the Tyrrhenian Sea.
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Literary usage of Tevere
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Christian Rome by A. M. Cruickshank (1906)
"... in S. Maria in Tras- tevere, which are supposed to have been made about 1290 by Pietro Cavallini. According to Vasari, Caval- lini was the assistant of ..."
2. Tuscany and Umbria by Emma Jones (2004)
"Sightseeing in the Alta Valle del tevere San Giustino to the north marks the border with Tuscany and its fortified structure and central Castello Bufalini ..."
3. A Narrative of Excursions, Voyages, and Travels, Performed at Different by George Rapelje (1834)
"along the river ; it divides that part called Trans- tevere from the city of Rome. The inhabitants appeared to ..."
4. The History of the Popes, from the Close of the Middle Ages: Drawn from the by Ludwig Pastor, Goldwin Smith, Frederick Ignatius Antrobus, Ralph Francis Kerr (1902)
"See also BRIOSCHI, Le inondazioni del tevere (Roma, 1876), and NARDUCCI, Bibliografia del tevere (Roma, 1876). The rivers in Lombardy, and the Rhone also ..."