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Sētĭa , ae, f., = Σητία,
I.an ancient mountain-city in Latium, near the Pomptine Marshes, celebrated for its excellent wine, now Sezza, Liv. 6, 30 fin.; 7, 42 fin.; 26, 8 fin.; 32, 26; Mart. 13, 23; 13, 112; Sil. 8, 378. —Poet., for the wine produced there, Setian wine, Stat. S. 2, 6, 90.—Hence, Sētīnus , a, um, adj., of or belonging to Setia, Setian: ager, Titin. ap. Serv. Verg. A. 11, 457; Cic. Agr. 2, 25, 66; Liv. 32, 26, 7: “colonia,” i. e. Setia, Vell. 1, 14, 2: “trientes,Mart. 14, 103, 1: “vinum,Plin. 14, 6, 8, § 61; 23, 1, 21, § 36; Mart. 6, 86, 1; cf.: “de montibus,from the Setian vine-hills, id. 5, 34: “uva clivi Setini,id. 10, 74, 11.—As substt.
a. Sētīni , ōrum, m., the inhabitants of Setia, the Setians, Liv. 8, 1; 32, 26.—
b. Sētīna , ae, f., The Setiness, the title of a comedy of Titinius (v. Com. Rel. p. 148 sq. Rib.).—
c. -tīnum , i, n., the wine of Setia, Juv. 10, 2, 7; Mart. 6, 86, 1.
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