But as known to the West through Rufinus's Latin version, it was quoted as genuine by the synod of Vaison (A.D.
VAISON, a town of south-eastern France, in the department of Vaucluse, 26 m.
The Ouveze, a tributary of the Rhone, divides Vaison into two quarters - the Roman and early medieval town on the right bank, and the town of the later middle ages on the left bank, - the two communicating by an ancient Roman bridge consisting of a single arch.
Vaison, under the name of Vasio, was one of the principal towns of the Vocontii, and was a place of great importance under These European labour colonies are described in detail in the appendices to the Report and Evidence of the Vagrancy Committee and in the books mentioned at the end of this article, but a résumé of the more important colonies may here be given.
Subsequently Vaison came, together with the rest of ComtatVenaissin, under the power of the popes.