Iter a Vadis Sabatiis Pisas

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ITER A VADIS SABATIIS PISAS
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 Burdigala
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 Narbo per Domitiam
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 Arelate
 
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 Vada Sabatia
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 Vicus Virginis
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 Alba Docilia
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 ad Navalia
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 Hasta
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 ad Figlinas
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 Genua
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 Delphinae
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 Tegulata
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 Bodetia
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 Boaciae
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 Luna
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 Papiriana
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 Pisae
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 Roma per Aureliam
Fontes: Cuntz (1929); Miller (1887)
Linea rubra picta putatur iter Viae Aemiliae Scauri fuisse

Iter a Vadis Sabatiis Pisas usque partim in Itinerario Antonini describitur sub titulo "Via Aurelia: A Roma per Tusciam et Alpes Maritimas Arelatum usque" (289,3-299,4), sed hoc iter a Vadis Sabatiis per mediterraneis locis ad Dertonam pergit rursusque ad mare iuxta Genuam revertit. Iter directum a Vadis Sabatiis Genuam in Tabula Peutingeriana depingitur. Strabo auctor est viam a Pisis usque ad Vada Sabatia et a Vadis Sabatiis Dertonam a M. Aemilio Scauro consule aedificatam; igitur haec via ab archaeologis hodiernis "Via Aemilia Scauri[1] appellatur, sed sine fontibus antiquis.

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  1. Konrat Ziegler, Walther Sontheimer, edd. Der kleine Pauly: Lexikon der Antike (Monaci: Artemis, 1975; DTV, 1979) s.v. "Viae publicae".

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