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II. (Chalusar, Halusar), a city of Apollo-

niatis, Assyria, on Silla fl., 62 m. N.n.f..

from Ctesiphon. Shereban. III. a town

of Thospitig, Armenia, on Arsissa lac. s.,

above Alcana. Van. Artena, 1. a town of the Volsci, Latium,

S.e. of Asculum. II. of the Veientes,

Etruria, on Larus fl., L., near Sabatinus

lac.

Artenes fl., Mcesia, i. q. Utus. Artenia, a town of the Carni, Venetia.

Artegna. Arthedox ins., an islet on the coast of

Troas. Artigi, a town of the Turtuli, Baeturia, bet.

Percejana s.w. and Contosolia N.e. Artiscus fl., a r. of Thrace, rising in Haemus

m., falling into Hebrus fl. below Hadrian-

opolis. Bujuk-dere. Artisiga, a maritime town of Mauritania

Cfesar., near Gypsara. Artobriga, a town of the Consuanetae,

Rhsatia, bet. Bedacum (10') and Juvavia

(17). Teisendorf. Artolica, a town of the Salassi, Gallia

Transpadana, bet. Arebrigium (C) and

Alpes Graia (G), on Via Aurelia. La

Tuile.

Artona, Latii, i. q. Hortona. Artynia lacus, Mysise, i. q. Miletopolis. Artzes (Arzes), a town of Arsissa, Armenia,

towards the E. extremity, N. of Arsissa lac.

Ardschisch. Arula fl., a r. of Maxima Sequanorum, ris,

towards Lacus Lausannus, and falling into

the Rhine at Confluentes. Aruus (Arudis), a town of Cyrrhestica, on

the Euphrates, x, of Zeugma. Perhaps

the same with Capersana. Sir ? Roum-

kala ?

Arulos fl., i. q. Ascordus. Arumah (Rumah), a village near Shechem.

The abode of Abimelech. Arunci, a town of the Celtici, Btetica, s.w.

of Nertobriga. Aru.nda, a town of the Turtetani, Bsetica,

on Barbesula fl., above Ssepona. Ronda. Arupexum, a town of the Japodes, in Illyria,

bet. Bilbilis and Avendum. Near Mod-rush. Arusnati, a tribe of Euganei, in the m. N.

of Verona. In the Val Pullicella. Arutela, a town of the Burideenses, Dacia,

on Aluta fl., bet. Praetorium and Castra

Trajana (9). Arva, a town of the Turtuli, Baetica, on the

Bietis, above Canama.

Arvad (Arpad, Arphad, Aradus), capital of • - the Arvaditae, on a cognominal island ,:• in the Mediterranean, 25 m. N. of Tri-

polis in Syria, over against Antaradus. Ruad.

Arvarni, a maritime people of India i. Gangem, E. bet. the Sorinese and Maeso-liusfl.

Arverni, a people of Aquitania, S.e. of the Lemovices. Department of Correze, Haute Vienne, Creuze, Puy de Dome.

Arvernum, i. q. Augustonemetum.

Arvii, a tribe of Cenomanni, Lugdunensis III., bet. the Aulerci Diablintes and the Andes.

Arx, I. a town of the Volsci, Latium, on Melpis fl., bet. Arpinum and Aquinum. Near it was Arcanum, the villa of Quintus Cicero. Arce. II. Britaxxica, a fort­ress of the Frisii, at one of the x. mouths of the Rhine, s.w. of Flevus lac. Accord­ing to some, the Pharos, built by Caligula in commemoration of his sham conquest of Britain, stood here. Thuis Britten ? III. Calela, a fortress of Apulia, on the borders of the Frentani,6 m. S.e. of Larinum. Casa Calenda. IV. Carvextaxa, a fortress of the Latini, on Algidus m., towards Corbio. V. Taochorum, capital of the Taochi, Armenia Inferior, near Boas fl., x.w. of Andaga.

Arxama, Mesopotamia, i. q. Arzamo.

Arycanda, a town of Lycia, at the junction of Arycandus fl. with Limyrus fl.

Arycandus fl., a r. of Lycia fl., falling into Limyrus fl.

Arymagdus fl., a r. of Cilicia, rising in Taurus m. and falling into Aulon Cilicius E. of Anemurium. Direk Ondessy.

Arzamo, I. a r. of Mesopotamia, rising in Masius m., at Mejacarire, and falling into Mygdonius fl. above its junction with Cha-boras fl. II. a town of Mygdonia, Meso­potamia, on Arzamo fl., R., bet. Horreand Macharta.

Arzenexe (Arxane, Arsane), a district of Armenia Major, N. of Arsissa Thospitis lac. Arzen.

Arzes (Atrauutzium), a town of Armenia, towards the source of the Euphrates. Ar-zenrum (" Arzen of the Romans "), Erze-rourn.

Arzus fl. (Assus), a r. of the Odrysse, in Thrace, falling into Hebrus fl., E. of Sub-supara. Tchorlu.

Asaac (Arsaac), the local name of Nissea, Parthia. The capital of Arsaces. (See Nissea.)

As Abo m., a m. of Arabia Felix, on the N.e. coast, terminating in Asabon prom.

As.ei (Asa?), Sarmatia Asiatica, i. q. Aspur-gitani.

Asama (Anatis, Adanis) fl., a r. of Mau-

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