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from that point to Brundusium, where it terminated. The Itineraries arrange them in the following order:
The next road to be noticed is the Via Egnatia, which has been already detailed from Beneventum to Canusium, in the last chapter. Its continuation from thence is thus described in the Itinerary of Antoninus.
Another branch of this road is thus laid down in
The continuation of the Via Frentana along the
coast of Apulia from Larinum to Brundusium, is thus detailed in the Antonine Itinerary.
y Pratilli, Via Appia, 1. iv. c. 13. Chaupy, Dec. &c. t. iii. p.504.
z Romanelli, t. ii. p. 156.
a Id. loc. cit.
b Instead of XIV. reckoned in the Itinerary.
c The Table incorrectly marks IX.
d In the Table this number
e Romanelli, t. ii. p. 180.
The same Itinerary describes a cross road from Teanum Apulum to Bovianum in Samnium.
There yet remains to be noticed a road which fol
lowed the whole coast of the Iapygian peninsula,
from Brundusium to Tarentum.
The Table enu