in Gallia Narbonensis, north of Nîmes.
This place is known only from the Roman remains which have been discovered there, and from the inscription VCETIAE on a stone found at Nîmes.
The place is Uzes,
north of the river Gardon,
from which place the water was brought to Nîmes
by the aqueduct over the Gardon.
] Ucetia appears in the Notitia of the Provinces of Gallia under the name of Castrum Uceciense. Ucetia was a bishopric as early as the middle of the fifth century.