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Ilici


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Ilici, a city of Hispania Terraconensis. It was situated in the country of the Contestani. It is now called Elche, and gave the name to the port called Alicant -portus Ilicitanus.- It appears from legends of its coins C I IL A struck under Augustus and Tiberius, that it was a colony, and the second letter is considered the initial of Immunis. -Colonia Immunis Illici Augusta.- See Akerman, same work, p. 94. The Imperial Latin coins of this Colony are engraved in Vaillant, vol. i. p. 37 .. p. 73-78.

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