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CAPUT BOVIS (Καπούδβοες), a fort at one end of the famous bridge which the emperor Hadrian made in Moesia across the river Danube. It was situated near the modern Severin, between the ruined forts of Zernigrad and Tschernetz. (Procop. de Aedif. 4.6. p. 288.)


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