), a city of the Vulgientes, on the road from Arelate (Arles
), on the Rhone, along the valley of the Durance, to Augusta Taurinorum (Turino
The name Julia implies that it was a colonia, which is proved by inscriptions, though Pliny (3.4
; and the note in Harduin‘s edition) calls it a Latin town, that is, a town which had the Jus Latium.
The modern town of Apt,
on the Calavon
a branch of the Durance,
contains some ancient remains.