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Ægātes insulæ, three islands on the western coast of Sicily, between Lily.
bæum and Drepanum; viz. Ægusa, Phorbantia, and Hiera; now
the Agadian Islands, Favignana, Levanso, and Maritimo. Æqui, or Æquicolæ. See Volsci, at the end. Æsis, a river forming the northern boundary of Picenum, and the southern
of Umbria, near the mouth of which stands Ancona. Alba Longa, a town of Latium, southeast of Rome. Albanus Mons, a
hill, on a ridge of which Alba stood, the scene of the Latine
Ferie. Albüla, the ancient name of the Tiber. Algidus, a hill in Latium, in the territory of the Æqui. Alia; see Noto, B. 5, 37. Allīfa, or Allifæ, a town in Samnium; now Alife, in the Neapolitan Prov.
Terra di Lavoro. Allobroges, a people of Gaul, living on the Rhone, north of the Isère, who
occupied most of what is called Savoy, and the northern part of
Dauphiné. Capital was Vienna, now Vienne. Amiternum, a town of the Sabines, on the Aternus. Antemnæ, a Sabine town, on the Anio. Antium, a town of Latium, south of Rome, about six miles from the mouth
of the Tiber. Apiõlæ, a Latin town, taken by Tarquinius Priscus. Apulia, a district of Lower Italy. Comp. Aufidus. Arar, a river in Gaul, now the Saone. Arbocala, according to Polybius and Livy, a town of the Vaccæi in Spain,
(which word see ;) according to others, of the Vettones in Lusitania. Arděa, chief town of the Rutuli in Latium, not quite a mile from the sea;
now Ardea ir the Papal St les. Argiletum. See Note, B. 1, c. 1o. Aricia, a town ir Latium, on the Appian Way. Ariminum, a town in Umbria, on the Adriatic Sea; now Rimini in the
Papal States. Arnus, a river in Etruria ; now the Arno. Arpi, a town in western Apulia, (Daunia.) Arretium, z.n Etrurian town near the Apennines; the modern Arresso
in Tuscany. Ania, a wood in the neighborhood of Rome.
Atellani, inhabitants of Atella, a small town in Campania, between Nea.
polis and Capua; near the modern town Aversa, in the kingdom
the eastern was called Daunia, and the western Peucetia ; the
Baleares, or Baleares insulæ, called by the Greeks Gymnesiæ, two islands
in the Mediterranean, which belonged to Hispania Tarraconensis ;
Baldev. See Ebusus.
they formed a part of the Ilergetes.
Province, Farther Principato, but belonging to the Papal States.
south of the Po, and extended beyond the modern Parma, Modena,
Transpadana; the modern Brescia.
Bruttium, the modern Calabria. Comp. Lucani.
Cænina, a Sabine town. Inhabitants, Caninenses, Canini.
States. In the vicinity were springs, called Cerites, or Cerètes.
Terra di Lavoro. Calatinus.
eastward towards the Vulturnus.
in the Neapol. Prov., Terra di Bari.
Canosa, in the Neapol. Prov., Terra di Bari.
Tiber, not far from the site of the modern village of Fiano.
leading to Capena. See Plan of Rome.
Capua, the capital of Campania, situated near the modern village of St.
Maria, in the Neapol. Prov., Terra di Lavoro.
by the Durius, (Duero,) on the west by Lusitania, on the south
Toledo. Cities: Tolētum, (Toledo ) Contrebia, Segovia, etc.
passage, Carteia, which Polybius, }, 13, mentions as a town on
the Fretum Gaditanum. Another reading still is Althæa.
pua, in the Neapol. Prov., Terra di Lavoro.
modern town of St. Germano. Adject. Casinas.
Mannert, the modern Cazorla, in Jaen.
who lived in the southwestern part of the modern Arragonia, in
northeastern New Castile, (Prov. Cuença.)
side of the Po, in the neighborhood of he modern Brescia, Mantua,
kennas, or Kerkine.
Lacus Trasimenus; now Cortona, in Tuscany.
Bernard. See Note on B. 21, 38; and the Map of the Passage
Tarentum; now Cotrone.
Druentia, a river in Gaul; now the Durance.
Ebūsus insula, the largest of the islands called Pityuse, off the coast of
Spain ; now called Ivica ; by some ranked among the Balearic
islands.—See Note, 21, 21.
little town of Mola.
Messina, or Straits of Messina.
temple of Hercules.
Heraclēa, a city in Magna Græcia near the mouth of the Siris.
shores of the Gulf of Gibraltar; Calpe, (Gibraltar,) in Spain, and
Abyla, (Cape Serra,) in Africa.
the Farther Principato of the kingdom of Naples.
citerior and Hispania ulterior ; the former the eastern part of
and western parts, Lusitania and Bætica.
Ibērus, the Ebro, river in Spain.
east of the Edetani, on both sides of the Ebro, and near its mouth.