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Eth. LATOVICI (Eth. Λατόβικοι, Ptol. 2.15.2), a tribe in the south-western part of Pannonia, on the river Savus. (Plin. Nat. 3.28.) They appear to have been a Celtic tribe, and a place Praetorium Latovicorum is mentioned in their country by the Antonine Itinerary, on the road from Aemona to Sirmium, perhaps on the site of the modern Neustädtl, in Illyria. (Comp. Zeuss, die Deutschen, p. 256.)


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