, as some read it, in Gallia Narbonensis, between Glanum [GLANUM
] and Aquae Sextiae (Aix
It is placed in the Table between Glanum and Pisavae, xi. from Glanum and xv. from Pisavae. D'Anville fixes Tuiciae or Tericiae, as he reads the name, about Aiquières
This second name, as he observes, seems to have some relationship to that of the Roman road described in the Antonine Itin. under the name of Via Aurelia as far as Arelate (Arles
It is said that there are many remains at a place named Jean-Jean
about a mile from Aiquières.