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Eth. DECEM PAGI in Gallia, is placed by the Antonine Itin. and the Table on the road from Divodurum (Metz) to Argentoratum (Strassburg). Between Divodurum and Decem Pagi was Ad Duodecimum, a place 2 Gallic leagues from Divodurum according to the Table; and from Ad Duodecimum to Decem Pagi was also 12 Gallic leagues, according to the Table. A place called Dieuze, on the Seille, in the department of Meurthe, seems to represent Decem Pagi. Julian marched from Augustodunum through Decem Pagi to attack the Alamanni (Amm. Mar. 16.2). The place was within the territory of the Mediomatrici.


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