a large lake of Roman Illyricum, situated to the N. of Scodra, the chief city of the LABEATES
) or LABEATAE. (Plin. Nat. 3.26
It is now called the lake of Scútari,
famous for the quantity of fish, especially of the “Cyprinus” family.
The rivers, which drain the rocky district of Monte-Negro,
discharge themselves into this lake, which communicates with the sea by the river BARBANA
vol. i. pp. 411, 415, 476.)