Augusta

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Augusta is the feminine form of Augustus in Latin. It is used in many European languages as a feminine given name.

The Roman Empire included the honorific Augusta in the name of many colonies and provincial capitals, at first after the Emperor Augustus and then after the Roman title augustus borne by (senior) emperors. These many cities were then distinguished, usually by appending the name of the people people nearby.

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