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Avienus, Rufus Festus (circa 350-400 a.d.), translated Aratus and
Dionysius Periegetes, and wrote a poem describing the shores of the
Mediterranean, which is important as preserving some fragments of the
tablets relating to the Carthaginian voyages. Pp. 19-21, 23.



426 Origins of English History.

CiESAR, C. Julius (J03-44 b.c). Pp- 18, 26, 34, 51, 102-3, 108, 113,

115, 330-3, 335, 250-5, 258-261, 366, 395.
Cassiodorus, M. Aurelius, was born in a.d. 468, and lived beyond the

middle of the next century. He was the minister of Theodoric the

Ostrogoth. P. 45.
Cicero, M. Tullius (106-43 b.c). Pp. 1 13, 350, 297.
Claudianus, Cl. (4th century a.d.). He wrote panegyrical poems chiefly

in honour of Stilicho and the Emperor Honorius. Pp. 164, 394, 397, 34 1.
Cleomedes (3rd century a.d.) wrote on the circular theory of the heavenly

bodies. P. 64.
Constantius Lugdunexsis (circa 450 a.d.), wrote the " Life of St.

Germanus," and corresponded with Sidonius ApoUinaris. P. 344.
Demosthenes the Orator (384-333 b.c). P. 304.
DiCiEARCHUs, the pupil of Aristotle and an eminent geographer, liv^ed in the

3rd century, b.c Pp. 7, 27, 75-6.
DioDORus SicuLus (latter part of ist century a.d.). Pp. 17, 28, '^^, 46,

50-1, 86, 92, 109, 1 1 1-2, 1 17-8, 260, 266, 275.
Diogenes, Antonius (2nd or 3rd century b.c), author of the " Wonders

beyond Thule." Pp. 76, 78, 81.
Dion Cassius the Historian (155-240 a.d.). Pp. 107, 164-6, 286, 295-8,

310.
Dion Chrysostomus, the Orator, flourished in the reigns of Domitian,

Nerva, and Trajan. P. 260.
Dioscorides (latter part of the ist century a.d.), a Greek physician, who

wrote on " Materia Medica." P. 254.
Ephorus the Historian (363-300 b.c) described the Celts from the reports

of the early Greek travellers. P. 48.
Eratosthenes (376-196 b.c), librarian at Alexandria, astronomer and

geographer, was the first to measure the obliquity of the ecliptic : he

also made an improved map of the earth. Pp. 10, 13, 14, 25, 27,45,51-2,

65. 75-6-

EuHEMERUs of Mcsscne, lived about the time of Alexander the Great.
His " Sacred History " was translated into Latin by Ennius. Pp. 75-6.

EuMENius (flor. 296-310 A.D.), an orator, and author of the Panegyric on
Constantius. Pp. 330, 332.

EusTATHius, Archbp. of Thessalonica (i3th century a.d.), wrote com-
mentaries on Homer and Dionysius Periegetes. Pp. 8, 81, 93, 109,
117.



Appendix. 427

Florus, L. Axx-Eus Julius (2nd century a.d.), wrote an epitome of

Roman history, which appeared soon after the pubhcation of Ptolemy's

geography. P. 107.
Fronto, M. Cornelius (consul in 161 a.d.), a famous orator under the

Antonines. P. 297.
Geminus of Rhodes (ist century a.d.) wrote an "Introduction to

Astronomy." Pp. 64, 68.
Gratianus, Faliscus (beginning of the ist century a.d.), wrote on

hunting. P. 294.
Hecat^us of ^Miletus (circa 500 b.c), one of the earliest writers on Greek

history and geography. P. 5.
HecatjEus of Abdera (circa 300 b.c), author of the romance of "'The

Hyperboreans." Pp. 5, 85-7.
Herodian (170-240 A.D.). His history is almost the sole authority for the

age of Severus. Pp. 164, 168, 2^2, 317.
Herodotus of Halicarnassus (4S4-408 B.C.). Pp. 8, 10, 16, 81, 132-3,

i44> 154. Z?>1-
HiPPARCHUS (2nd century b.c), was the greatest astronomer of antiquity,

and the discoverer of the precession of the equinoxes. He commented on

Aratus, and attempted to determine latitudes and longitudes. Pp. 13,

27, 66.
Isidore, Bishop of Seville (570-646 a.d.), wrote 30 books of " Origines

sive Etymologiae." Pp. 114, 222, 235.
Jambulus (3rd century b.c.) wrote the romance of "The Fortunate

Islands," a translation of which will be found in Purchas' Pilgrims. P. 89.
Jerome, St., lived 331-420 a.d. Pp. 94, 95, 337.

JoRNANDES, wrote his history of the Goths about 552 a.d. Pp. 31, 65.
JuvENALis, D. Junius, was born 42 a.d. and wrote his Satires about the

end of the lirst century. Pp. 115, 164, 220.
Lactantius, L. C.elius Firmianus, flourished at the beginning of the 4th

century. The account of the Diocletian persecution, known as " De

Mortibus Persecutorum," is frequently attributed to him. P. '^2)^-
Lampridius, iEuius (3rd century a.d.), wrote a life of Alexander Severus.

P. 267.
LucAN (M. AxN.EUs LucANus), the Poet, was a native of Cordova : he died

in 65 A.D. at the age of 26. Pp. 109, 115, 164, 232, 254, 266, 292.
LuciAN (2nd century a.d.). His "Vera Historia " is a burlesque of the

older geographical romances. Pp. 77, 79, 276.



428 Origins of English History,

Macrobius, Aurelius (5th century a.d.), grammarian and philosopher.

P. m-

Manilius, M. (ist century a.d.), was the author of a poetical treatise on

Astronomy. P. 13.
Martialis, M. Valerius, born in Spain, flourished between 40 and

104 A.D. He mentions Britain in several of his Epigrams. Pp. 3,

112, 294.
Maximus of Tyre (2nd century a.d.), a celebrated Platonist who wrote in

the age of the Antonines. P. 272.
Merobaudes, a Prankish Poet (circa 450 a.d.). His chief poem, now extant,

is the " Third Consulship of Aetius." P. 346.
Olympiodorus (circa 425 a.d.). He wrote a history of the Western

Empire from 407-425 a.d. P. 342.
Oppian (circa 200 a.d.). The author of the " Cynegetica." Pp. 164, 294.
Orosius, Paulus, the Historian, flourished at the beginning of the 5th

century. Pp. 295, 338, z^^.
Pausanias wrote the " Description of Greece" about 174 a.d. Pp. 55, 11 1,

237. 297.

Philemon. A writer upon Geography, who was quoted by Pliny and Ptolemy.
He is supposed to have written in the 2nd century b.c. Pp. 57, 60.

Philostratus of Lemnos (end of 2nd century a.d.). Wrote the "Ima-
gines " and other works, for the Empress Julia Domna. P. 293.

Photius the Patriarch (9th century a.d.). Wrote the " Myriobiblon," an
epitome of 300 authors, many of whose works are only preserved in
this way. Pp. 78, 342.

Plato the Philosopher (429-347 b.c). Pp. 77, 297.

Pliny the Elder (C. Plinius Secundus) lived 23-79 ^.d. His " Natural
History " was finished in the last year of his life. Pp. 9, 23, 29, 34-5,
40-1, 44, 49, 50, ^y6, 59-61, 71, 87, 89, 103, 111-2, 116, 138, 221,
224-5. 235, 251-4, 259, 267, 272, 275, 295, 297.

Plutarch (born 50 a.d.). Many of the philosophical tracts in the Moralia
were by later authors. Pp. 13, 69, 71, 79, 81.

PoLYBius the Historian (born about 200 B.C., died 120 b.c). His works
contain many valuable notices of Spain, Gaul, and Britain. Pp. 16, 27.

PoMPONius Mela, a Spaniard (ist century a.d.). His book "De Situ
Orbis" is a valuable compilation of the earlier traditions. It is arranged
for a traveller voyaging from Spain. Pp. 17, 31, 2)3, nj, 235, 266-7, 293.

PosiDONius the Stoic (ist century b.c). A philosopher, astronomer, and



Appendix. 429

geographer, with whom Cicero studied at Rhodes. He made one of the
eariiest calculations of the earth's circumference, and left a description
of his travels in Western Europe. Pp. 9, 17, 26, 30-1, 34, 38, 91-2,
108-9, 2'^°-
Procopius (6th century a.d.) was secretary to Belisarius, and wrote a des-
criptive history of his wars. He is generally credited with being the
author of the secret history of the Court of Justinian. Pp. 65, 81-3, 88,

358.
Prosper of Aquitaine flourished in the first half of the 5th century. He

continued the Chronicle of St. Jerome to a.d. 445. Pp. 342, 344-5.
Prudentius the Christian Poet, (circa 390 a.d.) engaged in a religious

controversy with Symmachus. P. 317.
Ptolem.eus, Claudius, (Ptolemy), the astronomer and geographer, lived

about 50 to 150. A.D. His great work on geography was published about

120 A.D. Pp. 28, 2>i-6, 104, 107, 151, 160, 227, 234, 308, 354, 356.
" Ravennas," or "The Ravenna Geographer," an anonymous writer who

lived in the 7th century a.d. He is supposed to have had access to the

official Imperial maps of Britain, and mentions some towns not otherwise

known. P. 355.
Seneca, L. Ann^us (a.d. 2-68). Pp. 69, 80, 317.
Servius, Honoratus Maurus, the Grammarian (5th century a.d.), wrote

the best commentary on Virgil. Pp. 1 14, 317.
SiDONius, C. SoLLius Apollinaris, Bp. of Clermont (lived circa 43r-484

A.D.). His poems and letters give a graphic picture of life in Gaul about

the time of the fall of the Western Empire. Pp. 23 5, 320-1, 339, 344,

346, 383.
SiLius Italicus, the Poet (25-100 a.d.). Pp. 109, 1T4, 173.
SoLiNus, C. Julius (lived about 240 a.d.). He wrote a collection of

geographical and historical notes, known as the Polyhistor, which was

based on Pliny's Natural History. Pp. ^i, ^^, 60, 6(), 83, 138, 175, 221-3,

232, 270.
SozoMENUs, Hermeias (5th ccutury a.d.). Wrote an Ecclesiastical History

extending to about 423 a.d. P. 340.
Spartianus, Delius, one of the six writers of the Historia Augusta (3rd

century A.D.) . Pp. 308, 312-3, 319.
Statius, p. Papinius, the Poet (born 61 a.d.). P. 311.
Stephanus Byzantinus flourished about the earlier part of the 6th century.

His great work on topography is now only extant in the epitome " De

Urbibus." Pp. 6, 8, 39, 46, 81.



430 Origins of English History.



Strabo (bom in Cappadocia about 66 b.c.)- His great work, the Geo-
o-raphica, was finished when he was nearly 90 years old. Pp. 9, 12-13,
23-4, 26-8, 31-2, 48-50, 54, 62-5, 6^, 76, 92, 108-110, 112-3, 117-8, 149,
163-4. 234, 258, 260-1, 275, 291.

Suetonius (C. Suetonius TR.vNauiLLUs), author of the Lives of the
Caesars, was born about 70 a.d. Pp. 221, 267, 295-6, 299.

Tacitus, Cornelius (55-13.'; -^-d-). Pp- 4o-5' 5o-'-^. 5.5. 70,80, 90, no,
118-9, 123, 132, 138, 159, 221, 234-5, 238-240,258,260, 274, 291-3,
295-307, 309, 310,312, ZZ$,2,S?>^ 2>S^, 364, 368, 370, 3S4.

Valerius Maximus wrote his collection of 'Memorabilia' about the year

30 A.D. Pp. 259, 266.
.Virgil (85-26 b.c). Pp. s^^ 109. ^ H. i54-5' ^97. 3i7-

ViTRuvius, the Architect (85-26 b.c). Pp. 163-4, ?)?)^-

Voriscus, Flavius (end of 3rd century a.d.), was one of the six writers of
the Historia Augusta. Pp. 267, ■^'^i^.

ZosiMus, the Historian, wrote in the latter part of the 5th century a.d.
Pp. 340-2.



INDEX JLOCORUM.



The letter " a" prefixed to a name indicates that the place is mentioned
in cojtnection with customs of inheritance.









PAGES








PAGES


Abalus, Isle of




61




Atlas Mt.


.


22, 323


Aberdeen






63


168


a


. Audruic .




. 191


Abergavenny .








332




Aulton




• 387


Abergeleu






,


2S5




Austrania (Glessaria)


41.44. 60


Aberthaw








144




Auvergne




II


Abingdon






.


365




Ax'ebury .


.


. 142


Achil








289




Aylesbury


.


• 374. 375


a. Acton








189




Aylesford


127,


362, 363-4


Ad Ansam






.


333




Azores




17, 20


a. Adinfer .






.


190










Ad Taum






• 330


333




Badbury .




• 352


Aegils-threp .






.


360




Badon, Mt.




• 351


Alnwick .






.


390




Bala Lake


.


• 247


a. Alresford






.


184




Ballintober


.


. 136


a. Altenburg






.


193




Baltia (Basilia)




. 61


a. Amiens .






.


190




Bamborough .


.


• 381


Amnis (Samnis)






.


23




Bangor .




. 382


Ampurias








8




Banstead


.


• 300


Ancaster








257




BarburyHill .




• 374


Anderida , 103-4, 367-9


375




Barra




. 136


Anglesea (Mona) i


42, 160,


174.


a


Barnes .




. 189


234, 258, 260,


269, 302,


306




Bath 124, 252,


270-1, 2C


)2, 352.375


Anio


.


122


a


Battersea




. 189


Applecross


.


284


a


Bavaria .




192-3


a. Archenfield (Irchenfield)


198


a


Bavaincourt




. 190


Arden, Forest .


218-9


a


Bajeux .


.


203, 252


Armorica . 24


246, 267


346


a


Beaumont




. 184


Aspatria .




167


a


Begare




. 183


a. Arracan .




181




Belerium (Land'


s End)


34-5. 229


Arran




160




Belfast (Lugia)




. 2S7


a. Arras




190




Belisama, R. (R


ibble R.)


I5S. 252


c. Artois




190




Bennaventa




• 305


Ashbury .




126




Bcnsington




. 375


Aston








390




Berendon .




• 274



432



Origins of English History.



PAGES

Bergi . . . . 41, 66

a. Berkshire. . . . 199, 2 2f

Bernicia . . 246, 380, 381, 397

Bernwood Forest . . .37-

Bettws 159

Biddenclcn .... 392

Big-nor 298

Billingsgate .... 277
Birmingham .... 329
Black Forest . . 51.52,295

a. Blairville . . . .190

a. Bornholm .... 193

Boroughbridge . . -327

Bosham 366

Bouden Hill . . . -352
Boulogne . . 29, 137, 320

Bowlby 359

Bowness 228

a. Boxgrove. . . . . 1S8

a. BoxtedHall . . . . 1S4

a. Brabant . . . . 125, 191

Brancaster (Branodunum) . 330

a. Bray 199

Brecknockshire . . -137

a. Bredenarde . . . .191

Bristol ..... 64

a. Brittany 8, 14, 24-5, 81, 94-5, 124,

126, 129, 141, 162, 167, 174, 176^

183, 210, 229, 256, 276, 286, 350

Broceliande Forest . . . 229

a. Brontelle ....

Brough ....

Buckholt Forest

Burchana (Fabaria)

Burford ....

Burgh Castle (Garianonum) 33

Burrough Hill .

Burwen (Birrens)



Bury (Salop) .
Bury St. Edmunds



190

327

330

41

377
io, 368

305
310

3S7
392



Cadiz (Gades) 12-16, 20, 22, 39

Caerleon 277, 309, 323, 329, 331,

332. 338) 347
Caesaromagus (Chelmsford) . 333
Caistor . . . 227,330,331
Caithness 53, 129, 228, 2S3, 325



Calbion (Cabaion) ... 25
Calcaria ..... 368
Caledonian Forest . 223-4, 246

^7. Callien 190

Cambeck ..... 107
Camboricum .... 329
Cambridge .... 106
Campodunum (Slack) . 255, 36S
Camulodunum (Colchester) 106,

255, 274, 294, 298-303, 311,

329-31.333
Canterbury 36,333.361.368,394
Cantion .... 26, 28, 45
Cardigan . .4, 159, 233, 325

Carlisle (Luguballium) 228, 310,

312-4, 326-8, 331
Carnarvon . . . 322, 331
Carnoban .... 246
Carnuntum (Petronell) . . 44
Carthage

a. Carvei

a. Cashiobury



a. Cassel

Cassiterides

Castleacre
a. Castlerigg

Cataracton (Catterick)



7, 8, 10-12, 19-22, 336

• 193

108, 199

183, 190-1

. 8, II, 14, 16-19, 23

o



Ore



a. Caux

Cenion .

Cerne

Cerdic's-Ford, Cerdic's-

Channel Islands

Chatelhcrault .
a. Cheltenham .

Chepstow
a. Chcrtsey Beaumond

Chester 308,310,323,325-6,328-9,
331. 337



• 199

277-8, 2S8,
326-8, 368
203-4
. 230
395
372-3

I2Q

56
199
227
199



a. Chesterford
Chichester
Chillingham
Chiltern Hills

a. Chishall
Cirencester
Cissbury
Cleveland



106, 184

300. 331. 366, 367

■ 4.56. 117

• 330

. . . 184

329-332. 375. 377

■ 57

. 328



Index of Places.



433



PAGES

Clyde . 237, 307, 312-3, 315-6
Clynnog 284

a. Coity .... 182, 184
Cold Friday .... 378
Coleshill . . . -391

Connaught . . -1731 228
Conway R. (Tisobius) . -159
Corbelo (Coiron) ... 12

a. Corlay ..... 183

fl. Cornwall 8, 9, 23, 26, 31, 33-7, 92,
137-8, 144, 153-4, 183-4, 228-g,
246, 253, 257, 274, 325, 333, 364

Cote 390

Cotswold Hills . . . 390

a. Courland . . 47, 58-61, 213

Cranborne Chaee . . . 137
Crayford (Crecgan-ford) 360, 362
Cromer . . . 63, 144, 330

a. Croy ..... 190
Croyland .... 224

a. Cumberland . 144, 167, 199, 237,

299. 343. 347-8, 350
Cymens-ore . . . 367, 372



Danube, R.
Dartmoor
Dean, Forest ,
Debden .
a. Dedham Hall



51, 310, 315, 321

• 33

219, 329

. 106

184



Dee, R. 219,226-7,233,236,247-8,
306, 345, 382
Deeping .... 244

Deira .... 246, 380-1
Denbigh, Forest . . .219
Denmark 125, 140, 166, 171, 193,

210, 353-5

Dent 391

Deorham (Dyrham) . 375-6

a. Derby .... 137, 184
Derbyshire . . 144, 184, 329
Derventio (Derwent) 362, 36S, 396

a. Derwentwater . . .199

a. Devon 33-4, 37, 138, 144, 183-4,

228-9

a. Dimetia 182

Dingwall .... 284

Ditmarsh . . 48, 61, 128, 167



a. Douai
Doncaster
Dorchester
Dorset .



PAGES

. 190

326-9

. 143, 229, 332

128, 142-5, 229, 236



Dover 26,32,311,325-6,330-1

a. Down . . . . .189
Drumkellin .... 133
Dublin .... 160, 228
Dumna (Dumni) . . 41, 71
Dunstable (Forum Dianee) . 331



Durham .
Durolevum

a. Ealing .

Ebbsfleet

Eden, R.
a. Edmonton

Eider, R.

Eiderstedt



199
333

189
362

313
189

357
354



Elbe, R. 38-9, 43, 45-7, 57, 60- 1 , 126,
213, 295, 344, 354, 371
379



Elmet
a. Elsass

Ely .

Ems, R. .

Eningia (Epigia)

Ensham .

Epeiacum (Ebchester)

Episford .

Eshton
a. Essex

Esthonia .

Estian Marsh

lixe, R. .



193
224
191

40

375
159
362
322



104-5, 184, 322, 378

• 157. 213

46-7

. 230



Exeter (Isaca, Isca) 230, 327, 332-3



Falmouth
a. F"arnham

Faroe Islands .

Fern Hill

Fethan-lea (Faddiley)

Finisterre, Cape
a. Finland .

Finsbur)'

Fiskerton



230
199
72
322
376



Flamborough
a. Flanders



16, 23, 25, 139

40, 62, 212, 215

. 105

• • 387



228, 235-6, 292, 331
160, 183, 191
28



434



Origi7is of English History.







PAGES






PAGES


Ford




. 136


a


Hofe Or


• 193


Forfarshire




. 228




Holderness


63, 158, 292, 358


Forth, Firth of :


'36


-7, 307, 312-6




Holyhead


. 144


a. Framfield




. 188, 199


a


Hornoy .


. 190


Frensham




. 128




Horsted .


• 363


rt. Friesland 41,48,64,1


25, 191-2,315




Housesteads .


• 315


n. Fulham .




. 189




Humber, R. .


228, 323, 328, 375








a


Hungary


. 121, 181, 213-4


Galloway




• 237, 338


a


Huntingdonshire


. 184


Garonne




14. 72, 149




Hutton-Conyers


• 390


Gibraltar




• 4. 15. 25








a. Glamorganshire I


37.


144, 182, 184




Ictis (Mictis) .


• 34-7


a, Gloucester . i


84.


326, 330, 375




Ilkley .


■ 326


Gloucestershire 129,


131, 137, 184,




Isca (Damnon.)


• 230, 327. 332-3






232, 279, 391




Isca Silurum .


• 331


Godmundham




• 396




Ischalis (Ilchester) . 229, 292


Gothland




. 88


a


Isleworth


. 189


a. Gouy




. igo


a


Islington


. 189


Grampians (Graupius)


158, 164, 303




Isurium (Aldborough) . 308, 328


Greenwich




. 104




Itius Portus


• 35-6, 45


a. Grimberghe .




. 191








Grimthorpe




• 293




Jutland 14,


40, 46, 58, 70, 364


a. Grisons




• 193








Gristhorpe




• 163




Kemble-in-the-Street . . 330


Groveley, Forest




. 218


a


Kent 14, 29, 72, 102, 183-187, 201-2,


a. Guemappes ,




. 190




258. 293,


326, 354- 359. 361.


a. Gwynedd (N. Wal


-s)


. 182




365. 371
Kidlington


375. 377. 391. 397
• 390


Hackney




• . 380




Kildare .


270-1


a. Hainault




190




Kintyre .


• 159


Haloughton .




• 391


a


Kirkby Lonsdale


. 199


a, Hampshire




184, 224, 230




Kirkcudbright


. . . 284


Hampstead




4








Harde .




• 354




Lanarkshire .


• 144


Hartz Forest .




• 51




Lea, R. .


104-5


Hebrides




. 84, 282-4


a


Leicester 137,


184, 202, 234, 280,


a. Hebuterne




. 190






311, 327


Henwick




3


a


Leicestershire .


184, 202, 326


Hercynian Forest




. 51-4.80




Lenborough




• 375


a, Herefordshire . i


37.


176, 184, 391




Leonnais




• 126, 137


a. Herford .




. 191


a


Lewes




. . 187


a. Hertfordshire .




184, 199, 255




Lexden .




. 294


Hexham




• 312


a


Lignieres




. 190


High Cross




• 327.331


a


Liile




183, 190-1


Highfield




. 131




Lilleshall




• 326


a. Hochstadt




• 193




Lincoln (Lindum


) 227,234,311,


a. Hofe Chor




• 193








327. 331. 368



Index of Places.



435



PAGES






PAGES


Lindsey .... 363, 379


Naas




. 286


Linlithgow . . . 227, 352


Narbonne




12, 70


Lismore 159


Narburgh




. 107


a. Liswery 184


Natan-lea




• 372


Lithuania . . . 5I) 55


Neath




. 174


fl. Livonia . . . 62,213,216


Netherbie




310,331


Loch Ness .... 4


Newark .




• 327


Lodebrook .... 392


Newcastle


3


12-4, 326


Lofoden Islands . . 67, 137


New Forest


. 229


355. 373


Loidis 379


Newmarket




330-1


Loire, R. . 12, 23-5, 246, 260


Nithsdale


.


. 237


a. London 3, 105, 184-5, 189, 300-3,


a. Norden .


.


. 191


311, 320-1, 326, 329,


Nordstrand




• 354


331.333. 338-340,361,


a. Norfolk i


30, 132, 142


184, 227


368, 378, 395


a. Normandy


. 2


03-4, 257


Lome 159


a. Northamptonshire .


3- 199


Loughborough . . • "i^Zl


North Sea


38, 48, 59,


70, 80-1,


a. Liibeck 193




2++


277. 295


Lucopibia .... 159


Northumberland . 144,


167, 237


Lydney .... 233, 279


a. Northumbria


169, 197, 347-9,


Lympne, (Lymne) . 311, 330-3






378-82




Norway .


14, 40, 66-7


, 70, 204


a. Maldon 184


Norwich .


• 3. 327. 329-30, 333


Malmesbury .... 226


a. Nottingham


• 154, 179.


184, 224


Manchester . . . 328, 331


a. Nottinghamsh


re


179. 184


Man, Isle of 94-5, 160, 199, 272, 281


a. Novgorod


.


. 213


a. Marden 199


Noviomagus


.


300, 333


Markredes-Burn . . . 367








Marlborough .... 392


Ocetis .


^ ^


• 71


Marseilles 12-4, 17-8, 30-2, 295


a. Odenwald


,


• 193


Matlock 299


Qistrymnides .


.


19, 21


a. Mayfield 188


Orbelus, Mt. .


, ,


• 133


Mediolanum . . . .331


Orkneys


70-1, 129,


168, 210


Mendip Hills . . 143, 262, 299


Osericta .




• 35


Meon, Hundreds . . , 355


Ossory .




287-8


Mercia 107, 354, 357, 375-380, 397


Othona (Ythai


i-Csestir) .


. 368


Mersey, R. . . 226, 228, 235


Owerbie


. ,


• 310


Middlebie .... 310


Oxfordshire .


.


198, 374


a. Middlesex . 3, 104-5, 1S4-5, 189








a. Middleton Cheney . . . 199


a. Pallacrec




• 183


fl. Mongolia . . . 213-4


Parret, R.


. 226.


229, 292


a. Monmouthshire 137-8, 160, 184, 227


a. Pencarne




. 184


Morbihan , . . 11, 25


Peng\vern (Shi


■cwsbury)


• Zl^


Moridunum . . . 332-3


Perthshire




• 307


a. Mortlake . . . .189


Peterborough .


, .


• 379


Mull 282


Petuaria


, ^


. 292


Muridunum (Carmarthen) 309, 331


a. Pevensey




1 88, 367



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190, 203-4
. 116

. 199
. 188



a. Picardy .
Piersebridge .

a. Pirbright

a. Plumpton

Plumstead .... 104
Plymouth .... 230

Poitou 257

Pomona. . . . • T^

a. Ponthieu .... 190

Powys .... 233, 375
Princes Risborow . . . 330

a. Punjab .... iSi, 19S

a. Putney 1S9

Pyrenees . 7, 9, 16, 23, 134,

149, 150, 298, 315

Pytchley .... 3



Radnor .


• 137


Ramsgate


. . 6-^


a. Rassery .


. 190


Ratse (Rhage)


• 234


Ratby .


. 390


Raunonia


. 61


Reculver


36, 330, 36S


Regni


299. 300, 367


a. Rellec


. . . 183


a. Rettembes


. 190


a. Rezencourt


. 190


fl. Rhine Provinces


. 192



Rhine, R. 2, 14, 3S-9, 42, 45-7, 51,

58, 60, 80-1, 96, 295, 320,

340-2, 353-4, 357, 365, 370

Richborough (Rutupise) . 36, 104,

308,311,330-3,339,368

a. Richmond .... 189
Riddesdale .... 3

Ripon 390

Rochester (Durobrivje) 333,361, 368

a. Roehampton . . . .189

a. Rohan . . . . .183
Romney Marsh . . .103
Rotherficld . . . .188

fl. Russia . . 181,193,209,213
Ryknild Thorpe . . . 329

Salisbury (Sarum) 292, 331-2, 374



Sandy

Saxon Islands

Saxon Shore
fl. Saxony .

Scania .

Scarborough .

Schleswig-Holstein

Scilly Isles
a. Scrooby .



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. 192

39, 121, 360

• 163

43. 126,354-8

16, 19, 129, 138, 154

. 179. 184



39, 60-1, 172, 213
229
328
190
66-7
223

17.245
• 237



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. 189

• 392

218-9

,2,64, 70-1, 181

. 144, 1S4

292- 311. 331-3



Sandwich



45. 397



a. Scythia .
Sedgmoor
Segedunum (Walls- End)

a. Selincourt
Selsey
Selwood .
Sena (Sein) .
Setantii, Port of
Severn, R. 222, 226, 232-3, 260, 280,
292, 299, 300, 329, 375-6
Shannon, R. .

fl. Sheen
Sheffield
Sherwood Forest

fl. Shetland . 14

fl. Shropshire
Silchester

fl. Silesia . . . .41, 192
Sitomagus (Dunwich) . . 333
Snowdon . . 159, 219, 264

Soham Fen .... 144
Solent . . 189, 229, 292, 330-1
Sohvay . . . 236-7, 306, 312

fl. Somerset 137, 142, 144, 184-5,

189, 223-4, 272, 347

Southampton .... 325

fl. South Bersted . . . .184

fl. Southwell . . . 179, 184

St. Austell • • • • 33

St. Agnes .... 33

St. Bees ..... 167

St. Davids (Menevia) 160, 174, 325

St. Hilary . . . -333

St. Ives .... 33, 333

St. Michael's Mount . 37, 269

fl.St. Omer . . . 190- 1



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