ARTAUNUM (Ἄρταυνον), is generally believed to be the fort which Drusus erected on mount Taunus (Tac. Ann. 1.56), and which was afterwards restored by Germanicus. (Ptol. 2.11.) Some find its site in Salburg, near Homburg. [L.S]
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