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SYNO´DIUM (Συνόδιον, Appian, Illyr. 27; Σινώτιον, Strab. vii. p.315), a town of Dalmatia, situated in a deep gorge between two hills, where Gabinius was defeated, and to which the Dalmatians retreated in the campaign of B.C. 34. Octavius, suspecting their intentions, sent skirmishers over the high ground while he advanced through the valley and burnt Synodium.


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