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gnsta. Almuria. II. of the Celtici, Bas-
tnria, bet. Aruci N.n.w. and Contributa
N.e. A colonia (Concordia Julia). Valera
la Vieja. Nerolum, a town of Lucania, N.w. of Mu-
ranum. Rotonda. Nerva fl., a r. of Tarraconensis, falling into
Cantabricum mare at Flariobriga. Tina;
Nansa. Nervesia (Nursae), a town of the ^Equi, in
Latium. Nervii, a people of Belgica II., bet. the
Morini N., the Veromandui s., the Atre-
bates w., and the Aduatiei E. Hennegan,
^erusci, a maritime tribe of Salyes, Nar-bonensis II., bet. Varus fl. and Aprus fl. About Vence.
Nesactum, a town of Histria, on Arsia fl., L., near its mouth. Castel Vecchio.
Nesca, a town of Arabia Felix, N.n.w. of Miba. Sancan.
Nescania, a town of the Turtetani, Baetica, bet. IlipulaMagna N.e. andAntiquaria s.w.
N£sis ins., an isl. of Campania, in Cumanus sin., S.e. of Puteoli. The favourite retreat of Brutus. Nirida.
Nesis, a town of the Heniochi, Sarmat., at the mouth of Burcas fl.
Nesiope his., an islet of Lesbos ins., w., opposite Antissa.
Nesiotis regio, a district of Scythia, on the Rha, above the Orgasi.
Nessa, Arabia, i. q. Maoscopus.
Nesson, a town of Pelasgiotis, in Thessaly, near Nessonis palus. Nezero.
Nessonis palus, a marsh of Pelasgiotis, in Thessaly, on the right bank of Peneus fl., N.e. of Larissa. L. Nezero.
Nest.si, a tribe of Dalmatae, in Illyria.
Nestane (Nostia), a village of Arcadia, at the entrance of Prinus saltus.
Nbstus (Nessus, poitea Mestus) fl., a r. of Thrace, rising in Scomius m., and falling into the .ffigean, over against Thasos opp., w. of Abdera. Under Philip and Alexander, and under the Romans, the boundary bet. Thrace and Macedonia. Meito ,-Carasoti.
Nesulidm, a port of Cilicia Trachea, N.e. of Phitea.
Neoclaudiopous, a later name of An-
. drapa, in Paphlagonia.
Neve, a town of Gaulonitis Sup., bet. Gau-lon s.w. and CEere N.e.
Netad fl., a r. of the Quadi, Germ., falling into the Danube at Celmantia.
Nktindava, a town of the Cotenses, Dac., on Parata fl., above its junction with the Danube.
Netium, a town of Pencetia, on Via Egna tia bet. Celia (9) and Norba (10). Rotig-liano.
Netdm, a town of Sicily, s.w. of Syracuse. Noto Antico.
Neudrcs fl., a r. of India, falling into the Hydraotes.
Netjri, a people of Sarmatia, towards the Euxine, bet. the mouths of Tyras fl. and Borysthenes fl.
Neziazusa prom., a pr. of Cilicia Trachea, 1 m. N.E. from Selinus.
Nia fl., a r. of Libya, falling into the Atlantic N. of Hesperium prom. Senegal.
Niara, a town of Cyrrhestica, Syrise.
Nibarus (Imbarus) fl., a r. of Armenia, falling into Arsissa palus.
Nic.ea, I. capital of Bithynia, at the E. extremity of Ascanius lacus, 25 m. N.e. from Prusa. A colony of Bottisei from Thrace, and named by them Anchore. Enlarged by Antigonus, son of Philip, and called by him Antigonia; named Nicsea by Lysi-machus, in honour of his wife. The birthplace of Hipparchus the astronomer, and of Dio Cassius. The death-place of Phi-listion the comedian. Isnik. II. a town of the Vediantii, Alpes Maritimae, on the coast, 1 geog. m. E. from the mouth of Varus fl. A Massilian settlement. Nizza ; Nice. III. of Bceotia, near Leuctra. IV a town of the Locri Epicnemidii, on Ma* liacus sin., bet. Thermopylae and Scar-phaea. Apano Mala. V. of India i. Gan-gem, on Hydaspes fl., over against Buce-phala. Founded by Alexander as a memorial of his victory over Porus. Udi. nagvr.
Nicasia ins., an isl. of the ^Egean, one of the Sporades, bet. Naxos and Amorgos. Kara.
Nicatords m., m. of Armenia, running S.e. of Arbela, towards the Tigris. Ka-radsjog.
Nice (Nicffi), a town of the Cselatae, in Thrace, on Harpessus fl., bet. Darphaba and Tarpodizus.
Nicephoriuh (Callinicum, prius Philis-cum), a town of Osrhoene, s. of Carrhae, at the junction of Bellas fl. with the Eu. phrates. Begun by Alexander, and completed and named by Seleucus Nicator. Named by the emperor Leo, Leontopolis. Near Bacca.
Nicephorus fl., a r. of Armenia Mag., falling into Nymphssus fl. below Tigrano-certa.
Nicer (Niger) fl., a r. of Germania Magna, rising near the source of the Danube, and falling into the Rhine. Neckar.