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Sălăpĭa , ae (also contr. Sălpia , Vitr. 1, 4 fin.; cf. Σαλπία, App. B. Civ. 1, 52), f.,
I.a city in Daunian Apulia, now Salpi, Plin. 3, 11, 16, § 103; Liv. 24, 20; 27, 28.—Hence,
1. Sălăpīnus , a, um (also Sălpīnus , Luc. 5, 377 Cort. N. cr., and Sălpīni , Vitr. 1, 4 fin.), adj., of or belonging to Salapia, Salapian: “palus,Luc. 5, 377.—In plur.: Sălăpīni , ōrum, m., the inhabitants of Salapia, the Salapians, Cic. Agr. 2, 27, 71. —
2. Sălăpĭtāni , ōrum, m., = Salapini, the inhabitants of Salapia, Liv. 27, 28.
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