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AENUS

AENUS (Αἶνος, Ptol. 2.11.5; Oenus, Itin. Anton.: Inn), a river rising in the Rhaetian or Tridentine Alps, dividing Rhaetia Secunda (Vindelicia) from Noricum, and flowing into the Danube, of which it was one of the principal feeders, at Passan. (Tac. Hist. 3.5.)

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