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SAVINCA´TES

SAVINCA´TES a name which occurs in the inscription on the arch of Susa, and is placed next to the Adanates, whom D'Anville supposes to be the same as the Edenates [EDENATES]. His reasons for placing the Savincates below Embrun and on the Durance, are not satisfactory. He finds a name Savines there, and that is all the proof except the assumption of the correctness of the position which he has assigned to the Adanates, and the further assumption that the two people were neighbours.

[G.L]

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