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PATAVISSA (Πατρουίσσα, Ptol. 3.8.7, wrongly), a small town of Dacia, endowed by the emperor Severus with the jus coloniae. (Ulpian, Dig. 1.8. 9, where it is called Patavicensium vicus.) Variously identified with Mar-Ujvar, or with Ptovis or Tovis, on the Marosch; also with Bogatz and St. Kiraly, on a tributary of the same river.


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    • Claudius Ptolemy, Tetrabiblos, 3.8
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