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Via numicia, a road from Corfinium,

through N. Samnium, to Venusia. Via ostiensis, the road from Rome to


Via posthcmia, a road from Genoa to Ve­rona. Constructed by A. Posthumius Al-

binus, B.c. 182. Via pr/enestina, a road from the Porta

Esquilina at Rome, through Praeneste, to;

Anagnia. Via pythia, the road leading through Thes-

saly from Thermopylae to Pythium. Via sacra, a road of Attica, from Athens

to Eleusis. Via salaria, a road from Hadria in Pice-

num to the Porta Collina at Rome. Via severiana, a coast road from Ostia to

Tarracina. Constructed or repaired by

Severus. Via sphettia, the road bet. Athens and

Sphettus. Via sublacensis, a branch-road from Via

Valeria at Lamnse to Sablaqueum, and

thence to Narrubium. Via tiburtina, the road from Rome to

Tibur. Via trajana, a branch of Via Appia, bet.

Tarentum and Rhegium, on the coast.

Repaired by Trajan. Via beloio, a town of Noricum, bet. Aqui-

leia (30) and Larix (24). Viaca, a town of Vindelicia, bet. Caelius m.

and Augusta Vindelicorum (20). Viadrus fl., a r. of Germania Magna, rising

in Asciburgius m., above Eburum, and

falling by three mouths into Codanus sin.

w. of Rugium. Oder. Viana, a town of Vindelicia, on Ilargus fl.,

L., towards its confluence with the Da­nube.

Vianiomina, i. q. Vindobona. Vibagina, i. q. Evagina. Vibandovarium, a town of Daunia. Vibelli, a people of Italy, contiguous to the

Vagienni. Viberi (Juberi), a people near the source of

the Rhone. About Wisbach. Vibixum, a town of Sarmatia, on the con­fines of Dacia. Vibioxes, a people of Sarmatia Europsea, s.

of the Nasci. ViBON'ENsis sin., Bruttium, i. q. Hipponiates

sin. Vicentia, prius Vicetia, a town of the

Veneti, in Venetia, bet. Ad Aureos (11)

and Ad Finem (11), on Via ^Emilia. A

municipium. Vicenza. Vicinianum, a town of the Galabri, in

Mcesia, under Scordus m., bet. Vendena;

and Theranda.

Victophal*, a people of Germany, of un­certain position.

Victoria, a town of the Damnii, Brit., x.w. of Lindum. Kinross.

Victumvi.e, a town of the Insubres, in Gallia Cisalpina. Vicevano,

Victuriol^e, a village of Gallia Cispadana, bet. Mutina (3) and Forum Gallorum (5), on Via Emilia Lepida.

Vicumni^e, a town of the Anamares, in Gallia Cispadana, near Placentia. Taken and plundered by Hannibal. Vicomune.

Vicus Ambiaticus, a town of the Treveri, Germania I., on the Rhine, above Con-fluentes.

Vicus AauARius, a town of the Astures, s.w. of Albucella. Vised ?

Vices Aususti (Csesaris), a town of Byza-cene, bet. Hadrumetum (25) and Aquae Regiae. Kairwan.

Vices Aureli, a town of Numidia, bet. Li-viniana and Zyrna Maseli.

Vicus Badies, a town of Picenum, on | Truentua fl., R., bet. Falacrinum (9) and i Ad Centesimum (10), on Via Malaria.


I Vicus Cuminarius, a town of the Carpe-j tani, Tarraconensis, near the Tagus, E. of Titulcia. Named from its fertility in cummin. Zarza ?

Vicus Ictymdlorum (Vicus Longge Via?), a gold-mining town of the Libicii, in Gallia Transpadana, on Sessites fl., above Ver-cellse. The miners were limited by law to 5000 in number. Santia, Sanf Agata.

Vicus Jud^eorum, a town of Lower Kgypt, bet. Scente Veteranorum and Thou.

Vicus Juliani, a town of Numidia, bet. Capraria and Hippo Regius.

Vicus Julii, a town of the Atures, Novem Populana, on the Aturis, s.w. of Elusa.

Vicus Julius, a town of the Nemetes, Ger­mania I., on the Rhine, above Novio-magus.

Vicus Long* Vim, Gallia Transpad., i. q. Vicns Ictymulorum.

Vicus Matrini, a town of Etruria, on Via Cassia, bet. Sutrium and Forum Cassii. Capanaccia.

Vicus Metidicolcus, a town of Lucania, bet. Cassariana and Nerulum. At Layo Negro.

Vicus Novus (Forum Novum), a town of Sabinium, on Farfa fl., bet. Eretum (14) and Reate (16), on Via Salaria. S. Maria in Vico Nuovo.

Vicus Serninus, a town of Gallia Cispa­dana, on Padus fl., bet. Mutina (23) and Vicus Varianus (20), on Via jEmilia.

Vicus Spacobum, a maritime town of the

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