Addua


Addua

Addua, ae, m., ein Fluß im cisalpin. Gallien, der oberhalb Cremona in den Po (Padus) mündet, j. Adda, confluentes Padi et Adduae fluminum, Tac. hist. 2, 40. Claud. VI. cons. Hon. 195.


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