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SETIDA´VA (Σετίδαυα) a town in the northeast of ancient Germany, on the north of the sources of the Vistula, so that it belonged either to the Omani or to the Burgundiones. (Ptol. 2.11.28.) Its exact site is not known, though it is commonly assumed to have occupied the place of the modern Zydowo on the south of Gnesen. (Wilhelm, Germanien, p. 253.)


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