The name of several towns, originally simply markets or places for the administration of
Appii, in Latium, on the Appia Via, in the midst of the Pomptine
marshes, forty-three miles southeast of Rome, founded by the censor Appius Claudius when he
made the Appia Via. Here the Christians from Rome met the apostle Paul.
Gallōrum, now Castel Franco, between Mutina and
Bononia, memorable for the two battles fought there between M. Antonius and the consuls Pansa
(Fréjus), a Roman colony founded by Iulius Caesar, B.C. 44, in Gallia Narbonensis,
on the coast; the birthplace of Agricola.
Iulium. (See Illiturgis
Popilii, in Lucania, east of Paestum.
Segusianōrum, now Feurs, in Gallia Lugdunensis, on the
, now Vidauban, east of Canet, in Gallia