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NOVAE

NOVAE (Νοοῦα;, Ptol. 3.10.10; called Νοβαί by Procop. de Aedif. 4.11. p. 308, and Hierocl. p. 636; and Novensis Civ. by Marcellin. Chron. ad an. 487), a town of Lower Moesia on the Danube, and according to the Itin. Ant. (p. 221) and the Not. Imp. (100.29), the station of the legio I. Italica. It is identified either with Novograd or Gourabeli. At a later period it obtained the name of Eustesium. (Jornand. Get. 18.)

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