VELTAE (Οὐέλται, Ptol. 3.5.22), a people of European Sarmatia, dwelling on both banks of [p. 2.1270]the river Rhubon, identical, according to Ukert (iii. pt. ii. p. 435), with the Sclavonian Veleti, or Lutizi, who dwelt on the Oder. [T.H.D]
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