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near Sucro fl., s.s.E. of Valentia (29). A colonia. Noted for its fine linen. Xativa: San Filipe.
Saett^ (Saittse, Site), a town of Lydia, on Hermus fl., near its junction with Hyl-lus fl.
Saga, Scythise, i. q. Chaurana,
Sagadava, a town of Moesia Inf., on the Danube, bet. Succidava and Dorostolium, at the mouth of Atlas fl.
Sagala (Sangala, Eutbymedia), a town of India, towards the junction of Hydaspes fl. and Acesines fl.
Sagalassus (Silgessus), a city of Pisidia, on the borders of Phrygia, N.e. of Cormasa. Afflasoun.
Sagapola m.,'m. of Western Libya, N. of Mandrus m.
Sagarauc^, a people of Scythia, towards the mouth of Oxus fl.
Sagaricus sin., a bay of the Euxine, at the mouth of Sagaris fl.
Sagaris (Rhode) fl., I. a r. of Sarmatia E., falling into Sagaricus sin. at Istrianorum portus. II. of Asia, i. q. Sangarius.
Sagartii (Asagartya), a people of Media Magna, on its w. border, above Camba-dene.
Sagasama, a town of Syrtica regio, E. of Iscina.
Sagdiana ins., an isl. of Carmania, in Per-sicus sin., off the mouth of Dara fl.
Sagedunum, the easternmost town on Ha-driani vallum. Cousin's house ?
Sagida, a town of India, near the source of Soanus fl. Sohagepur.
Sagid^e, a people of Colchis, about Dios-curias.
Sagii, Galh'a, i. q. Essui.
Sagis ostium, a mouth of Padus fl., bet. Caprasise Ostium and Olane Ostium. Passage.
Sagras fl., a r. of Bruttium, falling into Locrensis sin. below Caulonia. Memorable for a great defeat of the Crotonians, by a comparatively small force of Lo-crians and Rhegians. Alaro.
Sagrum, capital of the Sagii, Lugdunensis II., s.E. of Argenus.
Sagrus fl., a r. of Samnium, running into the sea. Sangro.
Saguntum, postea Muri Veteres, a city of the Edetani, Tarraconensis, 1 m. from the mouth of Turis fl., R., 16 m. N. from Valentia. A colony from Zacynthus, enlarged by immigrants from Ardea. Noted for its fine clay ; and memorable for its resistance to Hannibal, whose conduct towards it occasioned the second Punic war. A muuidpium. Morciedro.
Sagylicm, a fortress of Pontus, N.w. of Phazemon.
Sahal, a town of Osrhoene, bet. Carrhse and Ressaina.
Saiace, a town of the Saraceni Zamareni, Arabise. Saiak.
Sais, the early capital of Lower Egypt, on Buticus lacus, s., bet. Butos (2 geog. m.) and Cabasa, at the Saitic mouth of the Nile, R. Neith (Minerva) was worshipped here. Sa.
Saiticum ostium nili, the branch of the Nile, falling into Buticus lacus at Sais.
Sala, I. a r. of the Hermunduri, Germanise, falling into Albis fl. below Calse-gia. II. (Isala), of the Istsevones, Germanise, falling into Flevo lacus. It was connected with the Rhine, below the separation of Vahalis fl., by a canal 8 m. long, the construction of Drusis, called after him Fossa Drusiana, or Nabalia, the Latin form of the local Na-waal, " hither-wahal." Yssel, III. of Libya, falling into the Atlantic, bet. Agna fl. and Subur fl. IV. of Mauritania Ting., rising in Diur m., and falling into the Atlantic 50 m. s. of Subur fl. V. of the Tursones, Germ., flowing through the territories of the Hermunduri and Chatti into the Moenus. Saale. VI. a town of Mauritania Ting., at the mouth of Sala fl., L. Sallee. VII. of Pannonia Sup., S.e. of Sabaria. Szala Egersselc. VIII. of Phrygia Magna.
Salacia, a town of the Celtici, Lusitania, on Calipus fl., bet. Olisipo (60) and Ebora (44). A municipium, sumamed Urbs Im-peratoria.
Salaceni, a people of India i. Gangem, s. of the Drillophillitffi.
Sal.*, a name given by Ptolemy to the people of Taprobane.
Salambixa, a maritime town of the Bas-tuli, Btetica, bet. Caviclum w. and Saxe-tanum E.
Salambria (Salaberina), a town of Garsau-ritis, Cappadocia, bet. Coropissus (20) and Ubinnaca, 20 m. s.E. of Archelais.
Salamii, the people of Sylteum, Arabia. Beni Salem.
Salaminias, a town of Syrise, 18 m. N.e. from Emesa. Salemjat.
Salamis (Sciras, Cychrea), I. an isl. of Attica, in Saronicus sinus, between Me-garis and Athens. Named from Salamis, mother of Asop<is. Settled prior to the siege of Troy by the ^Eacida;; in length 9 m. Celebrated for the defeat, in its bay, of the fleet of Xerxes by Themistocles, 480 B.c. Colouri. II. mrnamed Nova,