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1 This province corresponded to the eastern part of Austria, Styria, Carinthia, Carniola, the whole of Hungary between the Danube and Saave, Slavonia, and part of Croatia and Bosnia. It was reduced by fiberius, acting under the orders of Augustus.
2 Now Laybach, previously mentioned in c. 22. Sissia has been succeeded by the modern Sissek on the Saave.
3 The modern Draave or Drau.
4 Now the Sau or Saave.
5 According to Hardouin the Serretes and the Serrapilli inhabited the modern Carinthia on both sides of the Draave. The sites of the other nations here mentioned are unknown.
6 So called from the river Colapis. The other tribes are unknown.
7 Probably the same as the mountain range near Warasdin on the Draave. The nations mentioned here dwelt on the western and eastern slopes of this range.
8 Now known as Zagrabia.
9 Now the Culpa.
10 Dion Cassius, B. xix., says that the river Colapis or Colops flowed past the walls of the town of Siscia, but that Tiberius Cæsar caused a trench to be dug round the town, and so drew the river round it, leading it back on the other side into its channel. He calls the island Segetica.
11 Now the Bossut. Sirmium occupied the site of the present Sirmich.
12 The modern Tzeruinka, according to D'Anville and Brotier.
13 Now the Walpo and the Sarroiez, according to Hardouin; or the Bosna and the Verbas, according to Brotier and Mannert.
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