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Nepete: ancient town in southern Etruria, modern Nepi.
Nepete was an Etruscan town, conquered in 383 VC by the Romans after the fall of Veii.note[Livy, 6.21.] 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 aqueduct (which the present author had to look at for several hours after his car had broken down).