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Interamnia – also, Interamna (Greek: Ἰντέραμνα) or Interamnium (Greek: Ἰντεράμνιον) – is an ancient Latin placename, meaning "between rivers". There were at least three towns of ancient Italy so named:
- Interamna Nahars (or Nahartium), the modern Terni: the rivers are the Nera and the Serra
- Interamna Praetutiana (or Interamna Praetutianorum), the modern Teramo: the rivers are the Tordino and the Vezzola
- Interamna Lirinas, no modern successor, on the Liri River
- The asteroid 704 Interamnia is named after the town of Teramo
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