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Sēna , ae, f.
I. A town on the coast of Umbria, where Hasdrubal was defeated by M. Livius Salinator (547 A.U.C.), now Sinigaglia, Liv 27, 46 sq.; Eutr. 3, 10.—Hence,
A. Sēnānus , a, um, adj., of Sena: “aquae,Cael. Aur. Tard. 2, 1, 48.—
B. Sēnensis , e, adj., of or belonging to Sena: “populus,Liv. 27, 38: “proelium,in which Hasdrubal was defeated, Cic. Brut. 18, 73.—
II. A river near the town of Sena, now Cesano, Sil. 8, 455; 15, 555; Luc. 2, 407.
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