Definition for AP'PI-AN

AP'PI-AN, a.

Designating something that belongs to Appius, particularly a way from Rome through Capua to Brundusium, now Brindisi, constructed by Appius Claudius, A. R. 411. It is more than 330 miles in length, formed of hard stones squared, and so wide as to admit two carriages abreast. – Livy. Lempriere.

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