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Tiberio is a given name. Notable people with the name include:

Tiberio Calcagni (1532–1565) was an Italian sculptor.

Tiberio Crispo Catholic cardinal

Tiberio Crispo, the son of Giovanni Battista Crispo and Silvia Ruffini, who, after her husband's death, was the mistress of Alessandro Farnese. It was believed that Tiberio was an illegitimate son of Farnese, who became Pope Paul III. He was certainly a natural brother of Costanza Farnese and Ranuccio Farnese, the two undisputed legitimate children of Paul III, were born before his election as pope in 1534.

Tiberio Cruz Fortunato is a Colombian actor.

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Ponte di Tiberio (Rimini)

The Bridge of Tiberius or Bridge of Augustus is a Roman bridge in Rimini, Italy. The bridge features five semicircular arches with an average span length of ca. 8 m. Construction work started during Augustus' reign and was finished under his successor Tiberius in 20 AD; an inscription thus calls the structure as "given by both emperors". The bridge was the only crossing of the Marecchia not destroyed by the retreating German army during the Battle of Rimini and is said to have resisted all attempts at destruction, including the ignition failure of explosive charges. The bridge is still open to pedestrian and vehicular traffic, with the exception of heavy goods vehicles.

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