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Interpromium (13) and Hadria (24), on
Via Valeria. Ckieti. Teba, a town of the Turtetani, Bsetica, bet.
Attegua N.n.e. and Sabora s.w. Tebavji, a tribe of Caturiges, Alpes Mari-
timse, w. of the Medulli. Valle'e d'Alle-
vard. Tebenda (Tebenna, Tomba), a town of
Pontus, towards Comana. Tecelia, I. one of the Electrides ins., Germ.,
off the mouth of Flevus fl. II. a town of
the Marsi, in Germany, s. of the mouth
of the Visurgis. Tecmon, a town of Molossis, near Passaro.
Tecoa, Palestine, i. q. Thecoa. Tectosages, a colony of the Tectosages, of
Gaul, established in Central Galatia, bet.
the Tolistoboii and the Trocmi. Tectosages, Galli<e, vide Volcte Tectosages. Tedanius fl., a r. of Illyria, the boundary
of Japydia. Zermayna. Tedit:m, a town of Arabia Deserta, on the
confines of Chaldaea. El Tediun. Tegea, I. a town of Crete. Founded by
Agamemnon. II. a city of Arcadia, bet.
Argos and Megalopolis. Founded by Te-
geus, son of Lycaon; consolidated as a
state by Aleus. Here was a temple of
Minerva Alea, built by Scopas ; in it was
preserved the hide of the Calydonian boar.
Near it was the tomb of Orestes, whence
the Spartans removed his bones. Piali. Tegessus, a town of Cyprus, at a cognomi-
Teoeum, a town of Mysia. Teglancm, a town of Campania, on Via
Aquilia, bet. Nola (5) and Nuceria (9).
Palma. Teglata, a town of Zeugitana, under Cirna
m. s., bet. Picus and Vaga. Tegna, a town of the Allobroges, Viennen-
sis, on the Rhone, bet. Ursolis and Valen-
tia. Tkgrjb, a town of the Gets, in Moesia, on
the Danube, bet. Appiaria and Scaidava. Tegranum, a town of Lucania, on Tanager
fl., L., N. of Sontia. Diano. Tegula, a maritime town of Sardinia s.,
within Chersonesus prom. Teulada. Tbgolisium, a town of the Getse, Moesise,
on the Danube, bet. Dorostolum and Ni-
griniana. Tegyra, a town of Bceotia, in Pelicania
regio. The birth-place, according to some
traditions, of Apollo ; with a temple and
oracle of that god. Tekes m., " the sacred mountain," a summit
of Scydisces m., overlooking Frigidarium
at a distance of about 50 m., whence the
Ten Thousand first saw the sea (the Eux-ine) on their return. Cop Dagh.
Tekoah, a city of Judah, S.e. of Jerusalem, near Bethlehem. Founded by Ashur; fortified by Rehoboam.
Tela, I. a town of the Vaccsei, Tarraconen-sis, above Amallobriga. Santoio ? II. of Mesopotamia, i. q. Antoninopolis.
Telabib, a town on Chaboras fl., of uncertain identification.
Telaeba, a town of the Olondse, SarmatiK, on the Caspian, N. of Gelda.
Telamo, I. a pr. of Etruria, at Telamo portus. II. (Portus Telamonis), a port of Etruria, on Via Aurelia, bet. Albinia (4) and Haste (8). An Argonautic and Pe-lasgic settlement under Telamon. Tala-mone.
Telanbrum prom., a pr. of Caria.
Telandrus, a town of Caria, at Telandrum prom.
Telchines, the primitive inhabitants of the N. coast of Crete. An ingenious and inventive people, they passed as enchanters, having control of the elements. They were among the first who practised the Cabiric worship.
Telchinia, a name of Creta ins., from its Telchinian settlers.
TELEBOjJi (Taphii), a tribe of Leleges, settled in the islands on the s. coast of Acar-nania ; conquered by Amphytrion.
Teleboarum, vel Taphiorum ins., a group of islands of Acamania, within Leucate prom. w. and Crithote prom. E. Settled by the Telebose. Remarkable for their fertility, and notorious for the pirates who frequented them.
Teleba, a town of Albania, bet. Gerrua fl. and Soana fl.
Telem.&a, a village of Bithynia, near Sophon lacus.
Telendos ins., an isl. of Lycia, in Lycium mare.
Telephi fons, a stream of Lycia, near Patara.
Telepte (Thala), a town of Numidia, 20 m. N.w. from Vicus Gemellse. A treasure fortress of Jugurtha, taken by Metellus. Ferreanah.
Telesaura, Syriie, a later name of Ger-manicia.
Telesia, a town of the Caudini, in Sam-nium, bet. Allifse (25) and Beneventum (1C). A colonia. The birth-place of Caius Pontius, the Samnite general, and of C. Pontius, the opponent of Sylla. Telese,
Telethrius m., a m. of Ellopia, in Euboea, S.e. of Histiiea. PloJcmouni.