DRPUBE´TIS (Δρουφηγίς, Ptol. 3.8.10), the first station (Peut. Tab.) on the Roman road which ran from Egeta in a NW. direction to Apala in Dacia.
It has been identified with (Drivicza. (Katanchsich, Orb. Ant. vol. i. p. 379.) [E.B.J]
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