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TEGNA in Gallia Narbonensis, was on the Roman road on the east bank of the Rhone between Vienna (Vienne) and Valentia (Valence). The name occurs in the Table, in which the place is fixed at xiii. from Valentia. Tegna is Tein, the name of which in the writings of a later date is Tinctum. A milestone at Tein marks the distance to Vienna xxxviii. Tein is right opposite to Tournon, which is on the west side of the river. Tournon is well situated, and the mountains there approach close to the Rhone. (D'Anville, Notice, &c.; Ukert, Gallien.)


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