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cinse (8) and Pisae (12), on Via Aurelia, E. of Portus Herculis Labronis.
Triclatti, a people of Alpes Maritime, on Var fl.
Triumpili, a tribe of Euganei, bet. Larius lacus and Benacus lacus. Val Troppia.
Tkiumvirorum ins., an isl. in Rhenus fl., Gallias Cispad., 2 m. w. of Bononia, in which occurred the meeting of the Second Triumvirate. Crocetta del Trebbo.
Trivona fl., a r. of Britain, falling into Metaria yEstuarium. Ouse.
Trivicum, a town of the Hirpini, Samn., s.E. of Beneventum. Tririco.
Trivia lacus, the grove of Diana, on Ne-morensis lacus, in Latiutn.
Troas, a region of Mysia, extending along the coast from Rhffitcum prom, to Adra-myttenus sin., and inland to the range of Ida. Peopled by Pelasgi, Treres, ^Eoles, &c.
Trochos, a town of Argolis, under Chaon mons, on the Phryxus fl., bet. Argos and Hysiae.
Trocmi, a tribe of Gallo-Graci, occupying the E. portion of Galatia.
Troea, a port of Gedrosia, on Paragon sin., bet. Canasis and Talmena.
Troesmis (Trismis), a town of Mcesia Inf., on the Danube, bet. Arrubium and Be-reum.
Triezene, I. prius Orea, Hyperia, Posido-nia, a city of Argolis, N.e. of Hermione, 2 m. from the sea. Renamed after Trce-zen, son of Pelops. The birth-place of Theseus. Damala. II. (Troizen, Tre-zen, Troezenide), a town of Gallia Cisal-pina, N. of Alpes Maritime, near Massa-lia. Tracaro.
Trogilia ins., an islet of Ionia, off Tro-gilium prom.
Trogilium prom., a pr. of Ionia, opposite Samos oppidum, the "w. termination of Mycale m. C. Santa Maria. II. a maritime village of Sicily, N. of Syracuse.
Trogilus, a town of Macedonia, The birth-place of Asclepiades, the critic.
Trogitis palus, a lake of Isauria, s.w. of Iconium. Noted for concreting salt naturally.
Troglodyte, generally dwellers in caverns; specially, a people of Ethiopia, on the coast of the Red sea, from the Tropic of Cancer N. to Avalites sin. s.
Troglodyticus sin., a gulf of the Red sea, bet. Mnemium prom, and Satyrorum prom.
Troilium, Etrur., apud Livium, i. q. Tros-sulum.
Troja, I. a town of Lower Egypt, on the
Nile, R., bet. Scenae Mandrae and Babylon, opposite Memphis. II. (Ilium vetus), a city of Troas, near the source of Sca-mander fl. Built by Tros 13/4 B.c. Taken by the Greeks, after a ten years' siege, June 11, 1184 B.c. Bournarbachi. III. the early name of Xypete, in Attica.
Trojanus pagus, the primitive settlement of the Veneti, in Italy, about Hadria Venet.
Tromilia, a town of Achaia. Noted for its goats' milk cheese.
Troxts, a district within the territory of Aulis Phocis.
Trop/ea drusi, a town of Germany, on the Vistula, towards its source.
Thophonii oraculum, the oracle of Tro-phonius, in a cavern near Lebadea, of Boeotia; those who consulted it never smiled again ; or, at least, not for a long period.
Tropixa, a port of India "W., 750 m- N« from Perimula prom.
Trossulum, a town of Etruria, w. of Fe-rentinum; it was taken by a squadron of Roman horse, unaided by infantry, whence the surname of Trossuli was given to the former force. Trosso.
Trotilum, a town of Sicily, at the mouth of Pantagias fl. Built 700 B.c.
Truextus fl., a r. of Picenum, falling into the sea at Castrum Truentinum. Tronic.
Trulla, "spoon," I. an isl. of Arabia Felix, off Cane. Barruhggur. II. a port of the Adramitse, Arab., E. of Cane emporium.
Trutulexsis portus, a haven of Britannia Barbara. Firth of Tay ?
Trychas, a town of Euboea, towards Cher-sonesus prom.
Tu^esis jEsTUARiuM, I. the mouth of Tuaesis fl., bet. Vara ^Estuar. and Tasza-lumprom. Murray Frith. II. a town of the Decantae, Brit., near the mouth of Tuaesis fl. Nairn.
Tubantes, a tribe of Istsevones, in Germany, bet. the Rhine and the Sala fB., afterwards on Luppia fl., L., and finally in the territory of the Marsi.
Tuberos fl., Gedrosise, i. q. Tomerus.
Tcblinatium, a town of the Genaunes, Rheetiae. Toblino.
Tdbon.k, i. q. Thubonae.
Tuburbis (Tubarbo) majus, I. a town of Zeu-gitana, 28 m. S.e. from Carthage. Tu-bersole. II. minor, of Zeugitana, on Ampsagas fl., L., bet. Cluacaria (15) and Cigisa (15). Tuburbo.
Tobusuptus (Thubuscum, Succubar), a