VITIA (Οὐιτία, Strab. xi. pp. 508, 514, 531: Eth. Οὐίτιοι), a small district in Media Atropatene, noticed by Strabo in his account of that province.
It appears to have been in the northern part near the tribes of the Dribyces and Amardi. [V]
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