VEGISTUM (Οὐέγιστον), or, as some read, Vetestum (Οὐέτεστον), a town of Galatia, in the territory of the Tolistobogi, between Mounts Didymus and Celaenus (Ptol. 5.4.7), is perhaps the same place as the Vetissum of the Peutinger Table. [L.S]
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