Urvinum Mataurense overview
Modern name(s) Urbino
Region Mediterranean
Section Italia
Latitude 43.72663998 N suggest info
Longitude 12.63344567 E
Status Accurate location
Info The modest Roman town of Urvinum Mataurense ("the little city on the river Mataurus") became an important strategic stronghold in the Gothic Wars of the 6th century, captured in 538 from the Ostrogoths by the Byzantine general Belisarius, and frequently mentioned by the historian Procopius.
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43.726640, 12.633446 === 43.726640 N, 12.633446 E === 43° 43' 35.9" N, 12° 38' 0.4" E
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Nearest sites Fanum Fortunae, Fano, circa 33.6 km (20.9 mi) east
Asisium, Assisi, circa 72.9 km (45.3 mi) south
Hispellum, circa 81.8 km (50.8 mi) south
Civita di Bagnoregio, circa 129.3 km (80.3 mi) south-west
Felsina, Velzna, Bona, Bononia, Bologna, circa 133.9 km (83.2 mi) north-west
Nequinum, Narnia, Narni, circa 134.6 km (83.6 mi) south
Nequinum, Narnia, Narni, circa 134.7 km (83.7 mi) south
Ferentum, Ferento, circa 143.5 km (89.2 mi) south
Acquarossa, circa 144.5 km (89.8 mi) south
Feraria, Ferraria, Ferarium, Forum Alieni, Ferrara, circa 147.3 km (91.6 mi) north-west
Amiternum, circa 157 km (97.6 mi) south-east
Nepete, Nepet, Nepi, circa 166.8 km (103.6 mi) south
Mutina, Modena, circa 170.4 km (105.9 mi) north-west
Tarchnal necropolis, circa 178.6 km (111 mi) south-west
Baratti, circa 189.2 km (117.6 mi) west
Allumiere, circa 184.7 km (114.8 mi) south-west
Aquae Tauri, Thermae Taurinae, circa 191.2 km (118.8 mi) south-west
Banditaccia, circa 196 km (121.8 mi) south
Caere, Cerveteri, circa 197.1 km (122.4 mi) south
Thegeate, Theati, Teate, Theate Marrucinorum, Chieti, circa 197.5 km (122.7 mi) south-east
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Database ID 8138, created 27 Oct 2012, 11:30, Last changed 27 Oct 2012, 11:30