Laurentum was an ancient city of Latium coast southeast of Ostia, in which Aeneas landed, according to legend and King Latinus had his seat. Among the Roman kings, the place was an important trading center.

Laurentum remained in the Latin war Rome faithfully and was, therefore, despite its actual irrelevance to the Augustan period as an independent ally of Rome independently. Remains of Laurentum were excavated north of the Tor Paterno within the state estate Castelporziano. You are not publicly available.

From Laurentum the Latin male first name Laurentius is derived (man from Laurentum ).

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