Rhaetia


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Rhae·ti·a

 (rē′shē-ə, -shə)
An ancient Roman province that included present-day eastern Switzerland and western Austria. It was added to the Roman Empire during the reign of Augustus.

Rhae′tian adj. & n.
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Rhaetia

(ˈriːʃɪə)
n
1. (Placename) an Alpine province of ancient Rome including parts of present-day Tyrol and E Switzerland
2. (Historical Terms) an Alpine province of ancient Rome including parts of present-day Tyrol and E Switzerland
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Rhae•ti•a

(ˈri ʃi ə, -ʃə)

n.
an ancient Roman province in central Europe, including what is now E Switzerland and a part of the Tyrol.
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