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SutiuM, a town of the Veneti, Lugdunen
sis III., s.w. of Condate. Sullectis, a maritime town of Byzacene bet. Thapsus and Acholla (12). Here was the Tun-is Hannibalis, or castle, whence Hannibal took his departure on his fligh from Africa.
Sulloniac^e, a town of the Catavellauni
Brit., bet. Verolamium and Londinium
Brockley Hill, near Edgeware.
Sullucu (Sublucu), a maritime town o:
Numidia, w. of Siur portus (30). Sullect
Sulmo, I. a town of the Peligni, in Italy, on
Via Valeria, bet. Cornnium (7) and Temp
Jovis Palensei (7). Founded by Solymus
a companion of jEneas. A colonia. The
birth-place of Ovid. Sulmone. II. (Ser-
mona), a town of the Volsci, on Nymphseus
fl., L., s. of Norba. Extinct in Pliny's
time. Sermonetta Vecchia.
Sulsis, a maritime town of the Sulsitani,
Sardinia, E., bet. Viniola and Saralapis. Sulpicius portus, a port of Sardinia, on
Sseprus fl., 2 geog. m. from its mouth. Suma (Sumera, Samara), a town of Apollo-niatis, Assy rise, on the Tigris, bet. Carcha and Opia.
Sumatia, a town of Arcadia, under Mse nalus m. Founded by Sumatteus, son of Lycaon. The inhabitants removed to Me* galopolis.
Summontorium (Submontorium), a town of Rhsetia, bet. Abusina (18) and Vallatum (16). Reichershofen. Summuranum, a town of Lucania, 14 m.
from Nernlum. Murano. Summus lacus, a town of the Orobii, in Gall. Transp., at the N. extremity of La-rius lacM bet. Clavenna (10) and Comium (60). It was nearly destroyed by a landslip. Samolico. Suna, a Tyrrhenian town of Sabinium, N. of
Mons Lucretilis. Nerola. Scnem (Sonna), a town of Issachar, 6 m. N.w. from Gilboa. The birth-place of Abi-sag, and the abode of the hostess of Elisha. Sunici, a people on Mosa fl. Sumista, 8 town of the Jassii, Pannonis,
bet. Jovia and Piretse.
Sunium, I. the s. extremity of Attica, on the j£gean. Sacred to Minerva and Neptune. C. Colonna. II. a demus of Attica, of the tribe Leontis, at Sunium prom. Scobeni, a people of Scythia i. Imanm, towards the Agathyrsi.
Scper eo.uum, a town of the Peligni, Ital., w. of Corfinium. A colonia. Castel Vec-ehio Subequo.
Supernates, a name of the Italians N. of, or above, the Apennines.
Superum mare, a name of the Adriatic, as
being N. of, or above, the Apennines. Suphta, the local name of Susia, Parthise. Sura (Surra), I. a town of Iberia, on Cyrus fl., N. of Mestleta. Zeheta. II. a village of Lycia, bet. Myra and Phellus, wher« auguries were given by means of a fish. III. (Ura), a town of Mesopotamia, w. of Philiscum. V. of Palmyrene, on the Euphrates, near Thapsacus. IV. fl., a r. of Germania II., falling into the Mosella, L., above Augusta Treverorum. Suragana, a town of Bactriana, on Oxus fl. Surani, a people of Sarmatia Asiatica, under Hippici m., s.w. Surapuru, Indise, i. q. Clisobra. Surasene, a district of India i. Gangem,
bet. Diamuna fl. and Sambus fl. Surdaones, a tribe of Ilercaones, Tarraeo-nensis, on Sicorisfl., N.w. of the Cosetani. Surium, a town of the Manrali, in Colchis^ on Surius fi., at its junction with Phasis fl., above Mala. Asmuleti. Surius fl., a r. of Colchis, falling into the
Phasis 37 m. from the sea. Surrentinum (Minervse, Sirenusarum) prom., a pr. of Campania, at the s. entrance of Cumanus sin., below Surrentum. On it was a temple of Minerva. Punia della Campanella. Surrentum, a town of Campania, on Cu-manus sin., s.w., below ^Equa. Noted for its medicmal wines (which, however, Tiberius denounced as a better sort of vinegar, and Caligulus as a noble vapidity), and for its beautiful scenery. Sorrento. Suruba, a town of the Metibi, Sarmatise, on Vardanes fl., above Corusia. Ekatir-modar.
Bus fl., a r. of Pieria, in Macedonia, an inundation of which, in fulfilment of the oracle, overwhelmed the adjacent town of Libethra. Leake identifies it with the Enipeus.
Susa (Susan, "lilies"), capital of Susiana, on Choaspes fl., 30 m. w. from Seleucia. The winter residence of the kings of Persia. Founded by Tithonius, father of Memnon; completed by Memnon ; restored by Darius Hystaspes. In circuit 15 m. The burial-place of Daniel. Sus. lusALEUS vicus, a town of Sardinia, near
Iusarmia, i. q. Hyssus, in Pontus. Susia (Suphtha), a town of Parthia, N.e. of
Nisa?a-Sauloe, on the confines of Aria. iusiADES Pyljs, Persides, i. q. Susiana;
Susiana (Susis), a country of Asia, bounded N. by Media, at Charbauus m., s. by Per-