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Three Taverns

THREE TAVERNS (Lat. Tres Tabernae). This village, which may be translated “Three Shops,” was a stopping place on the Via Appia, some thirty-three miles (fifty-five km.) from Rome, at the junction of the road from Antium, near modern Cisterna. It was a place of some importance (Acts.28.15; Cic. Ad Att. 2:12).