DIANIUM

I.
DIANIUM
Hisp. Tarracon. opp in ora maris Balearici: Ptol. inter edetanorum oppida enumerat. Denia vulgo. Baudr. est opp. Contestanorum in ora maris Medit. et Sinus Sucronensis, cum portu cognom. Medium inter ostia Sucronis fluv. et Artemis. prom. hinc Dianium dictum, quod 4. leuc. in Austr. ab oppido distat. Opp. vero 8. leuc. a Saetabi in Ort. 9. ab Alone, 4. a Gaudia, sub dominio utili Ducis Gandiae, e gente Borgia. Item ins. maris Tytrheni iuxta Corsicam. Plin. Gianuti, teste Nigro. Satis montuosa, ditionis Senensis, sub magno Duce: 9. circiter mill. ab Aegilio in Ort. 6. a monte Argentario in Austr. Baudr. Item opp. Liguriae vino abundans. Item, opp. Pedemontii, in laeva Borbi torrentis.
II.
DIANIUM
opp Lucaniae, introitum in vallem Dianiam offert: ea naviculae formam convenientissimam habet puppi proraque diductiore, ventre vero capaci, panditur enim in longum 20. M. P. in latum quatuor. Ad dexteram aditus stagnum illud apparet, seu palus, ut accolae vocant, unde aquae proficiscuntur, quae per specum erumpentes Nigro fluvio principium dant.
III.
DIANIUM
prom. quod et Ferraria, et Artemis. nunc Cabo Martin, et Punta del Emperador, in Mare Mediterr. excurrit, inter sinus Succronensem et Illicitanum, 9. leuc. ab Alone in Ort. Contra Ebusum Ins. a qua distat 10. leuc. in Occ. In regno Valentiae. Vide Dianium opp.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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