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Nepete: ancient town in southern Etruria, modern Nepi.

The aquaduct of Nepete
The aquaduct of Nepete
Nepete was an Etruscan town, conquered in 383 VC by the Romans after the fall of Veii.note It was recognized as a Latin colonia.

The town still boasts some ancient monuments, including Etruscan necropoles, remains of city walls, a Roman mausoleum, a catacomb, and an aquaduct (which the present author had to look at for several hours after his car had broken down).

This page was created in 2004; last modified on 26 March 2014.