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SECERRAE

SECERRAE called by the Geogr. Rav. (4.42) and in a Cod. Paris. of the Itin. Ant. (p. 398) SETERRAE, a town of the Laeëtani in Hispania Tarraconensis, on the road from the Summum Pyrenaeum and Juncaria to Tarraco. Variously identified with S. Pere de Sercada, Arbucias, and San Seloni (properly Santa Colonia Sejerra). The last identification seems the most probable.

[T.H.D]

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