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Now Senigaglia, styled Gallĭca, and sometimes called Senogallia; a town on the coast of Umbria, at the mouth of the small river Sena, founded by the Senones.


Now Siena, a town in Etruria, and a Roman colony, on the road from Clusium to Florentia ( Hist. iv. 45).

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