AMITERNUM, an ancient town of the Sabines, situated about 5 m.
Amiternum was the birthplace of the historian Sallust.
From Rome, and ran by Amiternum to the Adriatic coast, passing probably by Hadria.
A northerly section round Amiternum near the passes into Sabine country probably received the Caerite franchise soon after.
Civitatomassa, near Amiternum) with the Via Valeria near the modern Popoli.
The inscriptions we possess are enough to show that the dialect spoken by these tribes was substantially the same from the northern boundary of the Frentani to some place in the upper Aternus valley not far from Amiternum (mod.