Via Egnatia

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Etymology[edit]

Named for Gnaeus Egnatius, the Roman proconsul of Macedonia, who ordered its construction.

Proper noun[edit]

Via Egnatia

  1. (historical) A Roman road running across the Balkan peninsula, from Dyrrachium to Byzantium.