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Tzinista, a name of the country of the Sinae (China).


Uadexi, a people of Arabia Felix, under

Zames m. s. Wady Sarr. Ubartus fl., a r. of Rhsetia. Brembo. Ubaza castrum, a fortress of Byzacene, bet.

Ad Media and Thala. Ubii, a people of Germania II., on the

Rhine, bet. the Gugerni and the Treveri. Ubinum, a town of the Arvemi, Aquitania

I., bet. Augusta Nemetum S.e. and Ad

Fines N.w. Uses (Rubricatus) fl., a r. of Numidia,

falling into the Mediterranean 12 m. w.

of Armoniacus fl. Zenali; Seilius. Ucemi, a tribe of Medulli, Alpes Maritime,

N.w. of Brigantio. Valleed'Oz, Ucera (Noega, Gigia), atown of the Astures,

on Cantabricum mare, bet. Salia fl. E. and

Flavionavia. Gigon. Ucetia (Castrum Uticense, Eutica), a town

of the Volcse Arecomici, Narbonensis,

near Luteva. Uzes. Uchimerium, a fortress of Colchis, near

Cytaea. Uchium, a town of Meninx ins., Byzacene

E., above Naribus. Ucia, a town of the Turtuli, Baetica, on the

Baetis, above Isturgi. Ucultuniacum, a town of Baetica. Udacespes m., m. of Asia, separating

Assyria from Armenia Maj. Ud^e (Udini), a people of Sarmatia Asiat.,

on Udon fl., towards its mouth. Udon fl., a r. of Sarmatia Asiat., rising w.

of Strobilus m., and falling into the Cas­pian N. of Alontas fl. Uduba fl., a r. of Tarraconensis, falling into

the sea s. of the Iberus. Mijares. Ufens (Oufens) fl., a r. of Latium, rising

N. of Prifernum, and falling into the sea

w. of Tarracina. Noted for its sluggish

course. Aitfente. Uffugcm, an inland town of Bruttium, on

Crathis fl., below Hetriculum. Fagnano. Ugerncm, a town of the Volcse Arecomici,

Narbonensis, on the Rhine, over against

Tarasco. Beaucaire. Uggade, a town of the Veliocasses, Lugdu-

nensis II., on the Sequana, R., bet. Roto-

magus and Mediolanum. Ugia, a town of the Turtetani, Baetica, bet.

Asta s.w. and Hispalis N.e. A colonia

(Caesaris Salutareusis). Las Cabezas de

San Jwm.

Ulai fl., vide Eulseus.

Ulama, a town of Galilsea, s. of Tarichaeb.

Ulc^ea lacus, a lake of Pannonia, formed by the Savus, near Cibalis.

Ulea, a town of the Turtuli, Baetica, 10 m. N. from Ipagrus. Rambla.

Uliambus, a town of Pamphylia.

Uliarus ins. postea Olero, an isl. of the Santones, Aquitania II., at the mouth of Carantonus fl., N. of Antros ins. Oleron.

ULisiPPiRA(Ulizibirra),atownof Zeugitana, bet. Aggersel (8) and Gurra.

Ulla fl., a r. of Tarraconensis, falling into the Adriatic below Iria Flavia.

Ulmanetes, a tribe of Treveri, on the Rhine. About Ulmersbach.

Ulmerugi, a maritime tribe of Northern Germany, towards the Rhugii.

Ulmum, 1. a town of the Boii, Pannon., bet. Camuntum (U) and Scarabantia (2o). Jois, or Niyulas. II. of Pannonia Inf., on Bacuntius fl., bet. Spaneta (10) and Celena (11). Sid. III. of the Triballi, Moes., bet. Naissus (19) and Remessiana.

Ulpia pantalia, a town of Graaea, in Pseonia, bet. wElia (20) and Gariscus (40). Ghlustendil.

Ulpiana, capital of the Thunatae, in Moesia, on Drinus fl., L., towards its source, s.w. of Sardica. Prisren.

Ulpianum, a town of the Praedavenses, in Dacia, N. of Apulum. Peterwaradin 7

Ultindm, a town of the Rauraci, Maxima Sequanorum, on Arula fl., bet. Vindonissa and Soladurum.

Ulubh^:, a village of the Volsci, in Latium, s. of Velitrae, on the edge of the Paludes Pomptinae ; wherefore Cicero calls its peo­ple little frogs. Near Velitri.

Ulyssium prom., Siciliae, i. q. Odysseum.

Umbenndm, a town of the Segelauni, Vien-nensis, on the Rhone, bet. Valentia and Batiana.

Umbkanici, a tribe of Rnteni, Aquitania, E. of Tolosa. Diocese d'Alti.

Umbranum, a town of the Boii, in Gallia Cispadana. Marano.

Umbri (Ombrikoi), the most ancient people of Italy, of uncertain origin (by some antiquaries considered cognate with the Gauls), who, from about Reate, in Sabi-nium, extended themselves over the cen­tral and mountainous portions of the pe­ninsula. By the Tyrrheni they were re­stricted (n.w.) within the left bank of the Tiber; by the Senones they were driven from the sea-coast into the mountains. Their subjugation by Rome took place 308—295 B.c. Umbria, as arranged by Augustus, was separated from Gallia Cis.

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