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LE´NTULAE

LE´NTULAE or LE´NTOLAE, a place in Upper Pannonia, on the principal highroad leading through that country, and 32 Roman miles to the south-east of Jovia. (It. Ant. p. 130; It. Hieros. p. 562; Geogr. Rav. 4.19.) Ptolemy (2.15.5) mentions a town Λέντουδον in the same neighbourhood, which is perhaps only a slip for Λέντουλον Some identify the place with the modern Bertzentze, and others with Lettichany.

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