CASUENTUM

CASUENTUM
CASUENTUM
fluv. in sinu Tarentino. Plin. l. 3. c. 11. quem Leander Vasento dici ait, in Calabria superiore est. Basentium Diaconus vocat. Baudrando Lucaniae fluv. trans Apenninum est, nunc Basilicatae provinc. inter Bradanum et Acalandrum. In sinum
Tarentinum se exonetat, 24. milliarib. a Tareuto in Occasum Barentinus amnis est apud Iornandem, sub cuius alveo Alaricus Gothorum Rex sepultus fuisse dicitur. Fuit etiam Casuentium, vel Casuentum Colonia Romanorum, teste Frontinô.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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