an ancient city of Etruria, which appears to have ceased to exist at a very early period, but had left its name to a tract of territory called after it the “Caletranus ager.” (Plin. Nat. 3.5. s. 8
The situation of this may be inferred from Livy, who tells us that the Roman colony of SATURNIA
(in the valley of the Albeyna
) was established “in agro Caletrano,” but he does not allude to the city itself (39.55).