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Eth. UCENI a people of Gallia Narbonensis, who are mentioned in the trophy of the Alps quoted by Pliny (3.20), and placed between the Meduli and Caturiges. The site of these people is uncertain. D'Anville supposes that they were in that part of the mountain region of the Alps which contains the bourg d'Oisans. But other geographers place them in the district of Oze, or near Huez, both of which places are on the right bank of the river Romanche, which flows into the Drac, a branch of the Isère. (Ukert, Gallien, p. 317.)


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