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ARU´PIUM (It. Ant.: Arypium, Tab. Peut.; Ἀρουπἰνοι, Ἀρουπἰνος, Strab.: Eth. Αὐρουπἰνοι, App.; Auersperg? or nr. Mungava), a town of the Iapydes in Illyricum, which was taken by Augustus, after it had been deserted by its inhabitants. (Appian, App. Ill. 16; Strab. iv. p.207, vii. p. 314.)

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