SARA´VUSSARA´VUS a river of Gallia, a branch of the Mosella (Mosel). The Itins. place the Pons Saravi on the Saravus, on a road from Divodurum (Metz) to Argentoratum (Strassburg). [PONS SARAVI] The Saravus is mentioned in the poem of Ausonius on the Mosella (5.367):-- “Naviger undisona dudum me mole Saravus
Tota veste vocat, longum qui distulit amnem,
Fessa sub Augustis ut volveret ostia muris.
” The Saravus is the Sarre, which joins the Mosel on the right bank a few miles above Augusta Trevirorum (Trier). In an inscription the river is named Sarra. [G.L]