, Ptol. 2.16.4
; Plin. Nat. 3.22
; Siclis, Peut. Tab.), a town of Dalmatia, to the E. of Tragurium, on the road to Salona, where Claudius is said to have quartered the veterans. (Plin. l. o.
) From its position it cannot be Sebenico,
with which it has been identified, but may be represented by the vestiges of a Roman station to the NW. of Castel Vettúri,
on the Riviere dei Castelli,
where a column with a dedicatory inscription to M. Julius Philippus has been lately found, as well as much pottery and Roman tiles. (Wilkinson, Dalmatia,
>vol. i. p. 176.)