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PISAVAE in Gallia Narbonensis, is placed in the Table at the distance of xviii. from Aquae Sextiae (Aix), and on a road leading towards Glanum (St. Remi). The place is supposed to be in the district of Pelissane; and it has accordingly been conjectured that the name in the Table should be Pisanae. Roman remains have been dug up in the district of Pelissane near the chapel of St. Jean de Bernasse. There are traces of the old Roman road near Aix, and it is said that two Roman milestones are still there. (D'Anville, Notice, &c.; Statistique du Départ. des Bouches du Rhône, quoted by Ukert, Gallien, p. 436.)


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