CAPRASIA


CAPRASIA
I.
CAPRASIA
Padi fluv. ostium. Plin. l. 3. c. 16.
II.
CAPRASIA
vulgo Porto di Magna vacca, vicus est Ducatus Ferrariensis, cum castro et portu, in ora maris Adriatici ubi staguum Comaclium in mare se exonerat 14. milliar. a civitate Comaclo, 10. ab ostiis Padi. Baudrand.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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