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SETO´VIA

SETO´VIA (Σετουία, Appian, Illyr. 27), a town of Dalmatia, situated in a well-wooded valley, which was besieged by Octavius in the campaign of B.C. 34. It has been identified with Sign, situated in the rich valley of the Cettina, and bounded by mountains to the right and left.

[E.B.J]

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