a station on the Via Clodia in Etruria, probably a mere village, is placed by the Itineraries 15 M. P. from Rome; and appears, therefore, to have occupied the site of the modern village of Galera.
It was here that the aqueduct from the Lacus Alsietinus was joined by a branch from the Lacus Sabatinus. (Itin. Ant.
p. 300; Tab. Peut.;
Frontin. de Aquaeduct.