Daciae urbs. Ptol. quibusd. Segeswar, in Transylvania. Aliis Seged, urbs Transdanubiana Hungariae, ad Tibiscum fluv. ubi Mariscum recipit, versus limites Transylvaniae sub Turcis.

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