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A List of the Latin Names of Places
in Great Britain and Ireland.

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Aballaba, Aballiaba: Appleby, Westmoreland; Watchcross, or Papcastle, Cumberland.

Abbandonia, Abbandunum: Abingdon, Berks.

Abbas aestuarium: River Humber, Yorks.

Abbendonia: Abingdon.

Abbotesbiria: Abbotsbury, Dorset.

Abbus: Humber.

Abedesberia: Abbotsbury, Dorset.

Abenduna: Abingdon, Berks.

Aberconouium: Aberconway; also the River Conway. See Conouium.

Aberdeia, Aberdona, Aberdonia: Aberdeen, Scotland.

Aberdora, Aberdura: Aberdore, and Aberdour, Scotland.

Abergennium: Abergavenny, Monmouthshire.

Aberistyuium: Aberystwith, Cardiganshire.

Abernaethum: Abernethy, Scotland.

Aberuanus, Aberruanus. See Abrauannus.

Abindonia: Abingdon.

Ablatum Bulgium: Cardunnock, or Bowness, Cumberland; or Middleby, Dumfries.

Abomina: Bodmin (?), Cornwall.

Abona Flu.: River Avon, Hants.

Abone, Abonis: Sea Mills, on the Avon; Alvington-on-the-Severn, Abstone, or Aunsbury, Gloucestershire.

Aboya: Athboy, Meath, Ireland.

Abrauannus, Abrauanus Flu.: The estuary at Ravenglass, Cumberland; or Glenluce Bay, Wigtownshire.

Abreconium: Abercorn, Linlithgow.

Abredea: River Dee, Aberdeen.

Abredesega Insula: Bardesey Island, Carnarvonshire.

Abrenethaeum: Abernethy, Scotland.

Abretaum: Swansea, Glamorganshire.

Abreuicum: Berwick-upon-Tweed.

Abrinca: Abernethy.

Abundena: Abingdon.

Abus aestuarium: Humber.

Acantium promontorium: North Foreland.

Acastra: Acaster, Yorks.

Accara: Castle Acre, Norfolk.

Acemanni Civitas: Bath.

Achada: Achonry, Sligo.

Achadia: Aghadoe, Kerry, Ireland.

Achathkonrensis, Achathronensis: Of Achonry, Ireland.

Achelandia: Bishop's Auckland, Durham.

Achilia: Achill Isles, Connaught, Ireland.

Achinctona: Ripe, Sussex.

Aclea: Oakley, or Ocley, Surrey; Aycliffe or Auckland, Durham.

Acmodae Insulae: Seven Islands, mentioned by Pomponius Mela and Pliny. The name is used both for the Scilly and the Shetland Islands.

Acra: Acre, Norfolk.

Ad Ansam: Ithanceaster, Witham Barklow, Tolshunt Kinights, or Halstead, Essex; Wratting or Stratford St. Mary, Suffolk.

Ad Candidam Casam: Catwade Bridge near Brantham, Suffolk.

Adcouecin. See Comberetonium.

Adelingia, Adelona: Athelny, Somerset.

Ad-Lapidem: Stoneham, Hampshire.

Ad-Latus Bouium: Boverton, Glamorganshire. See Bonium.

Ad-Murum: Walbottle, or Walton, Northumberland.

Ad-Pontem: Paunton, Linc.; Southwell or Farndon, Notts, or Zouch Bridge, over the Trent.

Ad-Portum Dubris: Dover, Kent.

Ad-Portum Lemanis: Lympne, Kent.

Ad-Portum Rutupas. See Rutupae.

Adron Flu.: River Adder, Berwickshire, or River Wear, Durham. See Ouedra.

Adros: Bardsey Island, Caernarvonshire; or Lambay, Dublin.

Adtanatos Insula: Isle of Thanet.

Ad-Taum: Tasburgh, Norfolk, or Norwich.

Ad-Tisam: Piersbridge, Durham.

Adtropam: Thrup, Abingdon.

Adurni Portus: Porchester, Hants; Aldrington, or Old Shoreham, Sussex.

Aebudae: Hebrides, West of Scotland.

Aedulfiberga: Ellesborough, Bucks.

Aegelesbyri, Aeglesburgus: Aylesbury, Bucks.

Aeiglea: Iley Mead, near Melksham, Wilts.

Aeilecuriana: Vale of Aylesbury, Bucks.

Aelfete: Adlingfleet, Yorks.

Aelfinensis: Of Elphin, Ireland.

Aelfonensis: of Elphin, Ireland.

Aelia: Ely. See Elia.

Aelia Castra: Alcester, Warwickshire.

Aeliani Porta: A town near Hadrian's Wall.

Aemonia: Inchcolme, in the River Forth.

Aera: River Ayr, Scotland.

Aesycha, Aesica: Netherby, Cumberland; Great Chesters, Northumberland.

Aetona, Aetonia: Eton, Bucks.

Afena: Littleborough, Notts.

Afena Flu.: River Avon.

Agamerium: Aghamore, co. Mayo, Ireland.

Agelocum: Littleborough, Notts.

Agmundishamum: Agmundisham or Amersham, Bucks.

Agneda: Edinburgh.

Ailenetona: Aylton, Herefordshire.

Ailesberia: Aylesbury, Bucks.

Ailesmera: Ellesmere, Shropshire.

Aiscaranus: Of Aysgarth, Yorks.

Aissoura: Ashover (?).

Aiwella: Ewell, Surrey.

Aka: Rock, Worcestershire.

Akelea: Ockley, Surrey.

Akemancester: Bath.

Ala Campi: Wingfield; Winkfield.

Alachda: Killalla, bishopric in Connaught.

Alaenus Flu.: River Axe, Devon; R. Stour, Dorset; R. Alne, Warwickshire.

Alana: Alloway, Ayrshire.

Alannius: River Avon, Wilts.

Alata Castra, Alatum Castrum: Tain, Ross; Edinburgh; or Burghead, Moray.

Alauna Civitas: Alnwick, Northumberland; Alcester, Warwickshire; Allchester, Oxon; Camelon, Stirling; a place near Poole, Dorset.

Alauna Flu.: River Stour, Dorset; Alna, Northumberland.

Alauna Silua: Borders of Hampshire and Dorset, or perhaps Stourhead, Dorset.

Alauni fluuii ostia: Alnmouth; Tweedmouth.

Alaunicastrum: Alcester, Warwickshire.

Alaunicus Pons: Maidenhead, Berks.

Alaunicus Portus: Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire.

Alauniuadum: Aylesford, Kent.

Alaunodunum: Maidenhead.

Alaunouicus: Alnwick, Northumberland. See Alauna.

Alaunus: Maidenhead.

Alaunus Flu.: R. Alne or R. Tweed, Northumberland.

Alba Domus: Whiteland, Caermarthenshire.

Albalanda: Whiteland, or Ty Gwyn ar Taf, Caermarthenshire; Blanchland, Northumberland.

Alba Lundy: Blanchland, Northumberland.

Albana: Scotland.

Albania: Scotland, or Britain north of Humber.

Albi Equi Mons: White Horse Hill, Berks.

Albinunno Civitas: Caer Nonou or Whitewalls, Monmouthshire.

Albion: Britain.

Album Castrum: Whitchester, Northumberland; Oswestry, Shropshire.

Album Monasterium: Whitchurch, the seat of the Stranges; Oswestry, Shropshire, of the FitzAlans.

Alcheseia: Alchester, Dorset.

Alcluith: Dunbritton, on the Clyde.

Alcmundeberia: Almondbury, Yorks.

Aldeburia: Oldbury or Woldbury, Warwickshire.

Aldedelega: Audley, Staffordshire.

Aldithelega: Audley, Staffordshire.

Aldud: Dumbarton.

Alecana: Ilkley, Yorkshire.

Alectum: Dundee.

Alencestria: Alcester, Warwickshire.

Alenus Flu. See Alaenus.

Alexodunum. See Axelodunum.

Alincestria: Alcester, Warwickshire.

Alicincia: Ilkley (?). See Olicana and Alecana.

Aliennia: Athelney, Somerset.

Alione, Alionis: Whitley Castle, Northumberland; Ambleside, Westmoreland; Kirkbride or Allonby, Cumberland.

Alitacenon Civitas: Elgin, Scotland.

Alkesia: Halsway, Somerset.

Allectum: Dundee.

Alna: Alne, Yorks; River Alne, Northumberland.

Alnetum: Llangerniw (?) on the Elwey, Denbighshire; Dodnash Priory, Suffolk.

Alneuicum: Alnwick, Northumberland.

Alone: Bowness, Cumberland; Whitley Castle, Northumberland; Ambleside, Westmoreland.

Alone Flu.: River Alne, Northumberland.

Alongium, Alouergium Civitas: Carnbrea, Cornwall.

Alpes Peneni Montes: Pendle Hill, Lancashire.

Alre: Aller, near Bridgwater, Somerset.

Alrene: Alderney.

Alta Clera: Highclere, Hants.

Alta Prisa: Haltemprice or Howdenprice, Yorks.

Altum Peccum: The Peak, Derbyshire.

Aluerodunum Brigantum: North Allerton, Yorks.

Aluertonia: North Allerton, Yorks.

Aluestana: Olveston, Gloucestershire.

Aluion. See Albion.

Alunna: Castleshaw, Yorks.

Alunus: River Alan, Wales.

Ambegianna. See Amboglanna.

Ambesbiria: Amesbury, Wilts.

Amboglanna: Ambleside, Westmoreland; Burdoswald, Cumberland.

Ambresbiria: Amesbury, Wilts.

Ambreslega: Ombersley, Worcestershire.

Ambrosia, Ambrosii Burgus, Ambrosii Mons: Amesbury, Wilts.

Ammera: Anmere, Norfolk.

Anachoreticus Vicus: Ankerwick, Bucks.

Anandia Vallis: Annandale, Scotland.

Ancalites: A tribe near Henley, Oxfordshire.

Anchoreticus Sinus: Ankerwick, Bucks.

Anderelio. See Anderida.

Anderida: Newenden, Kent; Pevensey, Eastbourne, or Arundel, Sussex.

Andeuera, Andouera: Andover, Hants.

Andium. See Adros.

Andreapolis: St. Andrew's, Scotland. See Fanum Reguli.

Andresega: An old monastery on the site of Burton Abbey, Staffordshire.

Andrium, Andros: Bardsey Island, Caernarvonshire. See Adros.

Anecastrum: Ancaster, Lincolnshire.

Anegus: Angus, Scotland.

Angelocum: Ancaster, Lincolnshire.

Anglesega: Anglesey.

Anglia: England.

Angra, Angria: Ongar, Essex.

Anguillaria Insula: Isle of Ely.

Anguillarianus: Of Ely.

Angulia: Flintshire.

Angusia: Angus, Scotland.

Anicetis Civitas: In Dorset.

Ansoba: River Galway, Ireland.

Antiuestaeum promontorium: Land's End, Cornwall.

Antona: River Avon, Northants; River Anton, Hants.

Antona Australis: Southampton.

Antona Borealis: Northampton.

Antrum Flu.: The Erme, Devonshire.

Apaunaris Civitas: In Devonshire.

Apelbia: Appleby, Westmoreland.

Apiacum: Hexham, Northumberland; Papcastle, Cumberland.

Apletrea: Appledore, Kent.

Applebeia, Applebera: Appleby, Westmoreland.

Apultrea: Appledore, Devon.

Aqua Rubra: Redbourn, Herts; Redbourne, Lincolnshire.

Aquae Calidae: Bath, Somerset.

Aquae Solis, Sulis: Bath.

Aquaedonum: Eton, Bucks; Aikton, Cumberland.

Aquaedunensis Saltus: Waterden, Norfolk.

Aquaedunum: Waldron (?), Sussex; Waterden, Norfolk.

Aquaeuadensis Pons: Eye Bridge, Dorset.

Aquapontanus: Bridgwater, Somerset.

Aquelmum: Ewelme, Oxfordshire.

Aquila: Eagle, Lincolnshire.

Aquilodunum: Hoxne, Suffolk.

Aquis Civitas. See Aquae Calidae.

Aramis, Aranus Civitas: In Dorset.

Arbeia: Moresby or Ireby, Cumberland; Armley or Castleford, Yorks.

Archfordensis: Of Ardfert, Co. Kerry.

Archmachia: Armagh.

Arclouium: Arklow, co. Wicklow, Ireland.

Arcmacensis: Of Armagh.

Arcmorensis: Of Ardmore, Waterford.

Arcubus, Curia de: Court of Arches.

Ardacha: Ardagh, co. Longford.

Ardahachdensis: Of Ardagh, Ireland.

Ardaoneon Civitas: Old Sarum; Silchester, Hants.

Ardatum: Ardat or Ardathen, co. Kerry.

Ardefertensis: of Ardfert, co. Kerry.

Ardgathelia: Argyle, Scotland.

Ardmacha: Armagh.

Ardmoria: Ardmore, co. Waterford.

Ardraeum: Ardee, co. Louth; Ardree, co. Kildare, Ireland.

Ardraicum: Ardagh, co. Longford.

Ardua: Lostwithiel, Cornwall.

Arewa: River Orwell, Suffolk.

Argadia, Argathelia: Argyle, Scotland.

Argistillum: In Gloucestershire, or perhaps Arwystli, Powys.

Argita: Lough Foil, Londonderry. Camden applies this name to Lough Swilley.

Ariconium: Kenchester, Ross, or Penyard Castle, Herefordshire.

Armaca: Armagh, Ireland.

Armanothia: Ardmeanach, Scotland.

Armethua: Armathwaite, Cumberland.

Armis: Bath.

Armone: Caernarvon.

Arnemega: Willoughby-on-the-Wolds, Notts. See Verometum.

Arrania: Isle of Arran, Scotland.

Arregaidela: Argyle.

Arthferdensis, Arthfertensis: Of Ardfert, co. Kerry.

Arthmorensis: Of Ardmore, co. Waterford.

Arundelia, Arundellum: Arundel, Sussex.

Arundinis Vadum: Redbridge, Hants.

Aruntina Vallis: Arundel, Sussex.

Arunus Flu.: River Arun, Sussex.

Aruone: Caernarvon.

Aruonia: Caernarvonshire.

Arus: River Aire, Yorks.

Asaphopolis: St. Asaph, Flintshire.

Ascaranus. See Aiscaranus.

Ascdala: Eskdale.

Athanaton, Athanatos: Isle of Thanet. See Tanathos.

Athesis Flu.: River Tees. See Tesa.

Atholia: Athol, Scotland.

Athra: Athenry, co. Galway.

Atina Insula: Thanet. See Adtanatos.

Atrebati: People of Berks.

Atrium Dei: Hinton, Somerset.

Attacotti: Conquered tribes N. of the Roman wall.

Aualana: Watchcross. See Aballaba.

Aualonia: Glastonbury, Somerset.

Auchelandia: Bishops Auckland, Durham.

Aue: River Avon, or Avin, Scotland.

Auena Flu.: River Avon, Wilts.

Auenina, Auenna Flu.: River Afan, or Avon, Glamorganshire.

Auenmorus: Blackwater River, Cork.

Auennus: River Avon, a tributary of the Clyde, Scotland.

Aventio Flu.: River Aun, or Avon, Devon.

Aufona: River Avon, Northants.

Augusta: Aust, Gloucestershire.

Augusta Trinobantum, Augusta: London.

Augustaldia: Hexham, Northumberland.

Auinus: River Avon, or Avin, Scotland.

Aula, vel Villa Antiqua: Aldbury, Herts.

Aula Cervina: Hart Hall, Oxford.

Aumodishamum: Amersham, Bucks.

Auna: Awn, bishopric in Ireland.

Aunest': Elstow, Beds.

Auona: River Avon; River Nen, Northants.

Auona: Bungay, Suffolk.

Auona, Auondunum: Hampton Court, according to Leland.

Auona Littoralis, sive Australis: Southampton.

Auona Mediterranea, sive Borealis: Northampton.

Auonae Vallis: Oundle, Northants.

Auondunum Limenorum: Southampton.

Auonii palatium: Winchester House, Southwark.

Aura: Awre, Gloucestershire.

Aurauanus. See Abrauannus.

Aurea Vallis: Golden Vale, Herts.

Aurenium: Alderney, or Herm Island.

Aureum Vadum: Guildford, Surrey.

Ausoba. See Ansoba.

Ausona: River Avon, Northants.

Auteri, Auterii: People of Galway and Roscommon, Ireland.

Autona: Avon, Northants.

Axelodunum: Hexham, Northumberland; Burgh-by-Sands, or Bowness, Cumberland.

Axeministra: Axminster, Devon.

Axiholma: Axholme, Lincolnshire.

Axium Flu.: River Axe, Devon.


B.

Ba, Baa:
Bath.

Babaglanda: Burdoswald. See Amboglanna.

Babbegraua: Baggrave, Leicestershire.

Bachelagana, Bacheleia Sylva: Bagley Wood, Berks.

Bada: Bath, Somerset.

Baddanbyrig: Badbury, Dorset.

Badecanwella: Bakewell, Derbyshire.

Badiza: Bath. See Aquae Calidae.

Badonicus Mons: Badon Hill, or Bannesdown, a hill near Bath.

Badunum: Bath.

Baenburgus: Bamborough, Northumberland.

Bagilogana Sylva: Bagley Wood, Berks.

Bainardi Castellum: Baynard's Castle, London.

Bainus Pons: Bainbridge, Yorks.

Bala: Bala, Merionethshire.

Balingium: Bowes-upon-Stanmore, Yorks.

Balmuraeum: Balmerinach, Fife.

Balnea, Baleneodunum: Bath.

Baltifordia: Waterford, Ireland.

Bamfum: Banff, Scotland.

Bana Insula: An island opposite the mouth of the River Taff, Glamorganshire.

Banatia: Bean Castle, Murray; Comrie, Perthshire; or near Inverness.

Bancornensis: Of Bangor.

Banesinga Villa: Bensington, Oxfordshire.

Banna: River Ban, Ulster.

Banna: Cambeck, or Castlesteeds, Cumberland.

Bannauenna, Bannauentum: Borough Hill, near Daventry; or Weedon, Northants; or Banbury, Oxfordshire.

Banneberia: Banbury, Oxfordshire.

Bannio: Abergavenny. See Gobannium.

Bannochorus, Bangorium: Bangor, N. Wales.

Bannouallum. See Bannauenna.

Banua: Bannow, Ireland.

Banus Flu.: River Bain, Lincolnshire.

Bara: Dunbar, Scotland.

Barangae. See Brangonia.

Barcsciria: Berkshire.

Bardeneia: Bardney, Lincolnshire.

Bardunus: River Bure, Norfolk.

Barnastapula: Barnstable, Devon.

Baromaci. See Caesaromagus.

Baruicus, Barwickus: Berwick-upon-Tweed.

Basenga, Basingum: Basing, Basingstoke, Hants.

Basselawa: Baslow, Derbyshire.

Batalia: Battle Abbey, Sussex.

Batersega: Battersea, Surrey.

Batha, Bathonia: Bath.

Batilfordia: Waterford, Ireland.

Batonicus: Of Bath.

Bdora: River Dore, Herefordshire.

Beanflota: Bamfleet, Essex.

Bearrocscira: Berkshire.

Beatitudine, Abbatia de: Bectiffe Abbey, co. Meath.

Bebba, Bebbanbyrig: Bamborough, Northumberland.

Bechewrda: Badgworth, Somerset.

Bechlanda: Byland, Yorks.

Bedeforda: Bedford.

Bedericia, Bedericum: St. Edmundsbury, Suffolk.

Bedfordia: Bedford.

Begesse: A town on the Wall of Antonine.

Beggewurda: Badgworth, Somerset.

Belaisena: Ballinasloe, co. Galway.

Belerium promontorium: The Land's End.

Belgae: Inhabitants of Somerset, Wilts, and Hants, in Caesar's time occupying the South Coast.

Belgae: Wells, Somerset.

Belinus Sinus: Billingsgate.

Belisama: River Ribble, or Mersey, Lancashire.

Bella Vallis: Beauvale, in Gresley Park, Notts.

Bellalanda: Byland, Yorks.

Bellesitum: Oxford.

Bellisama. See Belisama.

Bellocliuum, Bellodesertum: Bedesert, or Beaudesert, Warwickshire.

Bellomariscus: Beaumaris, Isle of Anglesey.

Bellositum: City of Oxford.

Bellum: Battle, Sussex.

Bellum Beccum: Beau Bec, co. Meath.

Bellum Caput: Beauchief, Derbyshire.

Bellum Verum: Belvoir, Leicestershire.

Bellus Campus: Bulcamps, Suffolk.

Bellus Locus: Beaulieu, Hants; Beaulieu, Moddry or Mylbrook, Beds.; Beauly, Inverness; Beaudesert, Warwickshire; Killagh, Kerry, Ireland.

Bellus Locus Regis: Beaulieu Abbey, Hants.

Bellus Portus: Kilclehin, co. Kilkenny.

Beluerum: Belvoir, Leicestershire.

Benethleya: Bentley, Middlesex.

Bennauenna. Se Bannauenna.

Bennones. See Venonae.

Bentensis: For Ventensis. See Venta.

Beohrtforda: Burford, Oxon.

Bera: Bere Forest, Hants; Beer, Dorset.

Berca: Barcombe, Sussex.

Berceia, Berceria: Berkshire.

Bercheleia: Berkeley, Gloucestershire.

Bercheria: Berkshire.

Bercheya: Barraway, Cambridgeshire.

Berclea: Berkeley, Gloucestershire.

Berdeniga: Bardney, Lincolnshire.

Berdeseia: Bardsey Island, or Ynys Enlli, Caernarvonshire.

Berdestapla: Barnstaple, Devon; Barnstable, Essex.

Berechingum: Barking, Essex.

Bereda. See Voreda.

Berekingum: Barking, Essex.

Berga: Bridgnorth, Shropshire.

Bergefelda: Burghfield, Berks.

Bergonium: A vitrified fort, opposite Connell Ferry, at the mouth of Loch Etive, Lorne.

Berkeria: Berkshire.

Berkleia: Berkeley, Gloucestershire.

Bermundesaia, Bermundsheia, Bermundi Insula: Bermondsey, Surrey.

Bernardi Castellum: Barnard Castle, Durham.

Bernia. See Hibernia.

Bernicia: Province reaching from the River Tees to the Frith of Forth.

Berogomum: A castle in Lrn Scotland.

Bersetelawawapentagium: Bassetlaw Wapentake, Notts.

Berua: River Barrow, Ireland.

Berubium promontorium: Duncansby Head, or more probably Noss Head, Caithness, Scotland.

Beruchensis: Of Berkshire.

Beruicium, Berwicus: Berwick.

Betesdenna: Bediston, Devon.

Beuerlacum, Beuerlea: Beverley, Yorks.

Bibrocassi, Bibroci: A tribe near Bray, Berks.

Bimonium: Binchester, Durham. See Vinnouium.

Bindogladia. See Vindocladia.

Binonium, Binouia, Binouium: Binchester, Durham. See Vinnouium.

Birgus: River Barrow, Waterford.

Biria: Berryn Arbor, Devon.

Birila Insula: Burril Island, co. Down, Ireland.

Birwda: Burnham Wood.

Bishamum: Bustlesham, or Bisham, Berks.

Bistaghnensis: Of Glendalough, co. Wicklow.

Blacamora: Blackmore, North Riding of Yorks.

Blacinctona: Blatchington, Sussex.

Blacna: Blakeney.

Bladinae Montes: Sliabh Bladhma, now called Slieve Bloom Mountains, in the barony of Ossory, Queen's County, Ireland.

Bladunum: Malmesbury. See Maidulphi Curia.

Blakingraua: A hundred of Wilts, temp. H. II.

Blancaforda: Blandford, Dorset.

Blancalanda: Blanch Land, Northumberland; Whiteland, Caermarthenshire.

Blancum Castrum: White Castle, or Blane Castle, Monmouthshire.

Blanii: A tribe about Dublin.

Blatum Bulgium, Ablatum Bulgium: Middleby, Dumfries; or Bowness, or Cardunnock, Cumberland.

Bledewurda: Blidworth, Notts.

Blengata hundredum: Blackheath hundred, Kent.

Blestium: Monmouth; Oldtown, Herefordshire.

Blia, Blida: Blythe, Notts.

Blidberia, Blieberia: Blewbury, Berks.

Blithodunum: Blyton, Linc.

Blokelega: Blockley, Worcestershire.

Blya: Blythe, Notts.

Boanda, Boandus: River Boyne, Ireland.

Bobium. See Bomium.

Boccania, Boccinia, Boccinum: Buckingham; Buckenham, Norfolk.

Bodenna: Bodmin, Cornwall.

Boderia. See Bodotria.

Bodianum: Bodiam, Sussex.

Bodotria: Frith of Forth.

Boduni. See Dobuni.

Boena: A town in the west of Scotland.

Boghania: Buchan, Aberdeenshire, Scotland.

Boisgraua: Boxgrove, Sussex.

Bolbenda: R. Beaumont, Durham.

Bolerium: The Land's End.

Boleshouera, Bolesoura: Bolsover, Derbyshire.

Boluelaunio: Poole, Dorset.

Bomina: Bodmin, Cornwall.

Bomium: Cowbridge, Boverton, or Bridgend, Glamorganshire; or Axbridge, Somerset.

Bonium, Bonuium: Stretton, Bangor, or Queenhope, Flintshire; Bunbury, Cheshire; or Whitchurch, Shropshire.

Bonno. See Bomium.

Boraeum promontorium: Malin Head, Ireland.

Borcouicum, Borcouitium, Borcouium: Housesteads, Northumberland; Berwick.

Bosco, Domus St. Egidii in: Flamsted, Herts.

Boscus Arsus: Brentwood, Essex (Fr. Boisars.)

Boselawa: Baslow, Derbyshire.

Bosmanacha: Bodmin, Cornwall.

Bosphorus Picticus: Pentland Frith, Scotland.

Bosuenna: Bodmin, Cornwall.

Botelega: Botley, Hants; Bolney, Oxfordshire.

Bothmenia: Bodmin, Cornwall.

Botis: Bute Island, West Coast of Scotland.

Bouenia: Boveney, Berks.

Bouium. See Bomium, Bonium.

Boxelega, Boxeleia: Boxley, Kent.

Boxora: Boxford, Berks.

Braboniacum. See Bremetonacum, Bremeturacum, Brouonacis.

Bracchium: Burgh, or Bainbridge, Yorks.

Brachilega: Brackley, Northants.

Bradeweya: Broadway, Worcestershire.

Brage. See Brige.

Braitha: River Brathay, Lancashire.

Bramenium. See Bremenium.

Bramptonia: Brampton, near Huntingdon.

Branconium. See Branoricum.

Brangonia, Brannogenium: Bangor. See also Branoricum.

Brangoria: Bangor.

Branodunum: Brancaster, Norfolk.

Branoricum, Branouium, Brauinium, Brauonium: Worcester; Ludlow, Leintwardine, or Onibury, Shropshire.

Brechinia: Brecknock.

Brechinium: Brechin, Scotland.

Bredenestreta: Broadways, Worcestershire.

Brehinium. See Brechinium.

Breinensis: Of Brechin, Scotland.

Brembra: Bramber, Sussex.

Bremenium: Newcastle or High Rochester, Northumberland; Brampton, Northants.

Bremesgraua: Bromsgrove, Worcestershire.

Bremetonacum: Overborough, Lancaster, or Clitheroe, Lancashire.

Bremeturacum: Either the same as Bremetonacum: Old Penrith or Bromfield, Cumberland; or Ribchester, Lancashire.

Brendanici Montes: Knock Brandon, Kerry.

Brendanicum Mare: The Atlantic.

Brenna: Breubege or Brynabege, Glamorgan.

Brentae Vadum: Brentford, Middlesex.

Bresnetenati Veteranorum. See Bremeturacum and Bremetonacum.

Brexarum: Burgh, Lincolnshire.

Bribra: Perhaps the same as Bremeturacum.

Brigantes: Inhabitants of Yorkshire, Lancashire, Durham, Westmoreland and Cumberland; also of Waterford and Kilkenny, Ireland, and Galloway, Scotland.

Brigantium: York.

Brige: Bridgnorth, Shropshire; Broughton, or Titchfield Bay, Harris; Ryde.

Brigewatera: Bridgwater, Somerset.

Brigomono: Bargeny, Wigtown.

Brigus: Barrow River, Ireland.

Brillendunun: Bridlington, Yorks.

Brimesgraua: Bromsgrove, Worcestershire.

Brincaburga: Brinkburn, Northumberland.

Brinchelawa: Brinklow, Warwickshire.

Briodunum: Bredon, Worcestershire.

Bristelmestuna: Brighton, Sussex.

Bristoldum: Bristol.

Bristolia, Bristolium, Bristollum, Bristowa: Bristol.

Britanni: People of Britain.

Britannia Prima: Britain south of the Thames.

Britannia Secunda: Britain west of the Severn; or from Bristol Channel to Mersey, and from Thames to Humber.

Britannicus Oceanus: English Channel.

Britannodunum: Dumbarton, Scotland.

Brithania. See Britannia.

Britones: People of Britain.

Britonum Castrum: Dunbritton, or Dumbarton, Scotland.

Brocara, Brocavo: Brough or Brougham-on-the-Eamont, Westmoreland.

Broconiacum: Brougham, Westmoreland.

Brodenestreta: Broadways, Worcestershire.

Bromfelda: Bromfield, Denbighshire.

Brouonacis: Aldstone Moor, Brough, Brougham, or Kirkbythure, Westmoreland.

Brueria: Bruerne Abbey, Oxon.

Bruga: Bridgnorth, Shropshire.

Bruga Walteri: Bridgewater, Somerset.

Brugia: Bridge, Devon.

Bruhella: Brill, Bucks.

Brutannia. See Britannia.

Brycstowa: Bristol.

Brygiona: Boxgrove, Sussex.

Bubris. See Dubris.

Buccinghania: Buckingham.

Buchania: Buchan, Scotland.

Bucostenum: Buxton, Derbyshire.

Budeforda: Bedford.

Buellium: Boyle, Ireland.

Buffestra: Buckfastleigh, Devon.

Buksiria: Buckinghamshire.

Bulgium: Bowness, Cumberland.

Bullaeum: Builth, Brecknock; or Usk, Monmouth.

Bumsteda: Bumpstead, Essex.

Bungehia: Bungay, Suffolk.

Burgamera: Bolmer, Sussex.

Burgensis Pons: Boroughbridge, Yorks.

Burgodunum: Burton, Staffordshire.

Burgus: Brough, Westmoreland; Peterborough; Burgh, Norfolk; Bridgnorth, Shropshire.

Burgus Regine: Queenborough, Kent.

Burgus super Zabulum: Burgh-by-Sands, Cumberland.

Burhella. See Bruhella.

Buroauerus. See Durouernum.

Buroleuo. See Durolenum.

Burrio: Usk, Monmouthshire; Ledbury, Hereford.

Burwardescota: Buscot, Berks.

Busenia: Binsey, Oxon.

Bustelli Domus: Bustlesham or Bisham, Berks.

Buuenia: Boveney, Berks.

Buuinda: River Boyne, Ireland.

Byligesleaga: Billingsley, Shropshire.

Byrdena: Burdon, Durham.


C.

Cacaria:
Tadcaster or Aberford, Yorks.

Caerdiffa: Cardiff, Glamorganshire.

Caerdigania: Cardigan.

Caer-Lincoit: Lincoln. See Lincolnium.

Caermardinia: Caermarthen, Wales.

Caerperis: Porchester, Hants.

Caerseuerus: Salisbury, Wilts.

Caesarea, Caesaria: Jersey.

Caesaris Burgus: Searbyrig, Old Sarum.

Caesaromagus: Chelmsford, Writtle, Widford, Burntwood, Canvey Island, or Billericay, Essex.

Calacum. See Galacum.

Calaterium: R. Calder, Yorks.

Calaterium Nemus: Forest of Galtress, Yorks.

Calatum. See Galacum.

Calcaria: Tadcaster or Aberford, Yorks.

Calcetum: A monastery near Lewes.

Calcoensis, Calchouensis: Of Kelso, Scotland.

Calcua, Naleua. See Calleua and Galleua.

Caldei Insula: Ynys Pyr, or Caldey Island, Pembrokeshire.

Calderus Flu.: River Calder, Yorks.

Caledonia: Callander, Perthshire. It is also used for the whole of Scotland.

Caledonia Sylva: Argyle, Lochaber and Moray.

Caledonii: Inhabitants of north-west Scotland.

Caledonium Castrum: Dunkeld.

Calgachi Roboretum: Doire Chalgaich, Derry, Ireland.

Calidoniae Sylvae: Florus applies this name to the interior of England.

Calkoensis: Of Kelso.

Calleua: Basingstoke, Hants.

Calleua Attrebatum. See Galleua Atrebatum.

Calna: Calne, Wiltshire.

Calonia: Coldingham, Berwick.

Calunio: Same as Galacum; or Wakefield, Yorks.

Camaldunum, Camalodunum: Maldon, Colchester, or Lexden, Essex.

Camaletum: Camel, Somerset.

Cambium Regale: Royal Exchange, London.

Cambodunum: Almondbury, Greetland, or Elland, West Riding of Yorkshire.

Camboricum, Camborium: Icklingham, Suffolk; or Cambridge.

Cambretonium. See Comberetonium.

Cambria: Wales.

Cambula: R. Camel, Cornwall.

Camelodunum: Doncaster, Yorks.

Camerum: Castell Cwm Aram, Dengighshire.

Camestrum: Campsterne, Dorset.

Camolodunum. See Camaldunum.

Campodunum. See Cambodunum.

Campus Altus: Hatfield, or Hautfield, Herts.

Campus Fabrum: Smithfield, London.

Campus Nouo-Forensis: Newmarket Heath, Cambridgeshire.

Camudolanum. See Cambodunum.

Camulodunum. See Camaldunum and Cambodunum.

Cana Insula: Sheppy. See Counos.

Canachina Silva: Cannock Chase, Staffordshire.

Canani Terra: Merioneth.

Cancani: People living in Carnarvonshire.

Cancanum. See Canganorum.

Cancia: Kent.

Candalia: Kendal, Westmoreland.

Candida Casa: Whitehorn, Whithern, Wigtonshire.

Candida Ecclesia: Whitchurch, Salop.

Canewella: Canwell, Staffordshire, a Benedictine Priory.

Canganorum promontorium: Braichy Pwll Point, Carnarvonshire. The same as Ganganum.

Cangi: A tribe in Somerset, or perhaps the same as Cancani.

Caninga: Bishop's Canning, Wilts.

Canonium: Canewdon, or Fambridge, or near Kelvedon, Essex.

Canouaci: People in Argyle, Lorn, and Lennox.

Cantabrigia: Cambridge.

Cantae: A tribe in Sutherland.

Cantebrigia: Cambridge.

Cantia, Cantium: Kent.

Cantiuenti: A tribe probably in Westmoreland.

Cantium promontorium: The North Foreland, Kent.

Cantuaria: Canterbury.

Cantuaritae: Kentish Saxons.

Canubio. See Conouium.

Caprae Caput, Caprocephalia: Gateshead, Durham. See Gabrocentum.

Capreolum: Cheverell, Wilts; some place in Brecon (?).

Carbantium: Caerlaverock, Dumfriesshire.

Carbantorigum: Drummore, Dumfries; Caerlaverock.

Carbonarius Collis: Coleshill, Flintshire.

Carcaria. See Calcaria.

Cardelum: Carlisle.

Cardigania: Cardigan, Wales.

Careni: Inhabitants of Caithness.

Carleolium, Carleolum: Carlisle.

Carmarthinia: Caermarthen.

Carnaruonia: Caernarvon.

Carnetum: Carnedon Prior, Cornwall.

Carnonacae: People of Ross, Scotland.

Carphillis: A castle, supposed to have been built by the Romans, Glamorganshire.

Carricta: Carrick, Scotland.

Carrum: Charmouth, Dorset; Carham, Northumberland.

Carsuilla: Kerswell, Devon.

Cartusia: Witham Charterhouse, Somerset.

Carugia: Kerry, Ireland.

Casa Candida. See Candida Casa.

Casella: Cashel, Ireland.

Cassi, Cassii: A tribe in Hertfordshire.

Cassilia: Cashel, Ireland.

Cassiterides: Scilly Islands.

Cassiuelauni oppidum: St. Alban's. See Verolamium.

Casta Silua: Kilcreunata, co. Galway.

Castellum Haroldi: Haroldeston, in the deanery of Ross.

Castra: Caistor, Lincolnshire.

Castra Alata. See Alata Castra.

Castra Exploratorum: Burgh by Sands, Netherby, Old Castle, or Bowness, Cumberland.

Castrodunum: Chesterton, Cambridgeshire.

Castrum Britonum: Dunbritton, Scotland.

Castrum Caledonium: Dunkeld.

Castrum Cubii: Holyhead.

Castrum de Aruon: Caernarvon Castle.

Castrum Dei: Fermoy Abbey, Ireland.

Castrum de Vies: Devizes, Wilts.

Castrum Episcopi: Bishop's Castle, Shropshire.

Castrum Godrici: Goodrich, Herefordshire.

Castrum Legionis, Leonis: Holt Castle, Denbighshire.

Castrum Matildis: Paincastle, Herefordshire.

Castrum Oscae: Usk, Monmouthshire.

Castrum Puellarum: Edinburgh.

Cataracta, Cataractonium: Thornburgh, near Thirsk, Allerton, or Catterick Bridge, Yorks.

Cataracta Flu.: River Swale, Yorks.

Catenessa: Caithness.

Cateracta: Catterick, Yorks.

Cateuchlani. See Catuellani.

Catguilia: Kidwelly, Carmarthenshire.

Cathania: Caithness, Scotland.

Cathinensis: Of Caithness.

Catini: People of Caithness.

Catteleia: Catley, Lincolnshire.

Catuellani, Catyeuchlani: People of Buckingham, Bedford, and Hertfordshire.

Cauci: Tribe living in Wicklow, Ireland.

Cauda: R. Calder, Cumberland.

Cauda Alicii: La Quealiz, a wood in Brill Forest, Bucks.

Cauna. See Counos.

Caunonio. See Canonium.

Causennae, Causennis: Boston, Ancaster, Brig Casterton, or Swineshead, Lincolnshire.

Caua: Cave, Yorks.

Cauae Dirae: Holderness, Yorks.

Cauerna Viperina: Aspeden, Herts.

Cauoda: Cawood, Yorks.

Cawda. See Cauoda.

Cealchithe: Chalk, Kent; Chelsea.

Cealtide: Chelsea.

Ceangi. See Cangi.

Ceastra: Chester; Chester-le-Street, Durham.

Celerion: Callender Castle, Perthshire.

Cella Canici: Kilkenny.

Cella Reguli: Kilreule, St. Andrew's.

Cella S. Brigittae: Kilbride.

Celnius Flu.: River Findhorn, or River Spey, Elgin.

Celouion. See Celerion.

Celunno. See Cilurnum.

Celurca: Montrose, Forfar.

Cenenensis: Of Kells, Ireland.

Cenimagni: The same as the Iceni, a tribe in the east of Britain.

Cenion Flu.: River Falle, Cornwall.

Centum fontes: Hundredskelde, or Hinderwell, Yorks.

Ceolesega: Selsey, Sussex.

Ceolesegia: Cholsey, Berks.

Cerda: Chard, Somerset.

Cerda Selgouarum: Dumfries.

Cerdici Vadum: Chardford, Hants.

Ceretica: Ceredigion, a province of S. Wales; Cardiganshire.

Cerneia: Charney, Berks.

Cernelium: Cerne, Dorset.

Cernualia, Curnualia: Cornwall.

Cerones, Ceronii: Inhabitants of Lochaber and Ross.

Cerota Insula: Chertsey, Surrey.

Cerqueyum: Sark.

Cerringa: Charing, Kent.

Certesia: Chertsey, Surrey.

Cerui Insula: Chertsey; also Hartlepool, Durham.

Cesarea, Cesaria: Jersey.

Cesaris Tumulus: Carn Ceasra, Connaught.

Cestratona: Chesterton.

Cestre: Is used for York, Chester, and Chester-le-Street.

Cestrescira: Cheshire.

Cestria: Chester; Cheshire; Chester-le-Street, Durham; Castle Knock, Dublin.

Cestrisiria: Cheshire.

Chaluelea: Cheveley, Cambridgeshire.

Chanani Terra: Merioneth.

Chanrea, Chanoricum: Chanonry, Ross-shire.

Chardum: Chard, Somerset.

Chathania. See Cathania.

Chauci. See Cauci.

Chausega: Cheausey, or Cholsey, Berks.

Cheleswurda: Chelworth, Wilts.

Chelmerium: Chelmsford, Essex.

Chemesinga: Kemsing, Kent.

Chentenses: Kentish men.

Chepstouium: Chepstow, Monmouthshire.

Chesterfelda: Chesterfield, Derbyshire.

Chestria, Chestrum. See Cestria.

Cheua: Kew, Surrey.

Chibii Castrum: Holyhead, Anglesey.

Chicum: St. Osith, Essex.

Chienfernensis: Of Clonfert, Ireland.

Chimela: Keymer, Sussex.

Chineglissi Castrum: Kenilworth Castle, Warwickshire.

Chingesordia: King's Worthy, Hants.

Chingestona: Kingston.

Chingeswuda: Kingswood.

Chingeswurtha: King's Worthy, Hants.

Chirca: Chirk, Denbighshire.

Chirchbeia: Kirkby, Kirby.

Chiringecestra: Cirencester, Gloucestershire.

Chonderensis: Of Coonor, co. Antrim.

Chorfa: Corfe, Dorset.

Choro Benedicti, Abbatia de: Chore or Middleton Abbey, Cork.

Chridiantune: Crediton, Devon.

Cibra: A town on or near the Antonine Wall.

Cica: Chich St. Osyth, Essex.

Ciceastria, Cicestria (Cissaceastre): Chichester, Sussex.

Cilurnum, Cilurinum: Walwick Chesters, or Collerton, Northumberland.

Cindocellum: A town in Scotland, north of Antonine's Wall.

Cirecestria, Cirencestria, Cirinium: Cirencester, Glouc.

Cirnea: Charney, Gloucestershire.

Cassaceastre: Chichester, Sussex.

Ciuella: Cheveley.

Ciuitas Legionum: Caerleon, Monmouthshire; Chester.

Clandensis: Glendalough, Wicklow.

Clanouenta: Lanchester, Durham; Cokermouth or Ellenberough, Cumberland.

Clara: County of Clare, Ireland.

Clarentia: Clare, Suffolk.

Claria: Clare County, Ireland.

Clarofontanus, Clarus Fons: Sherbourne, Dorset; Moycoscain, co. Derry.

Claudiana provincia: Gloucestershire.

Claudiocestria: Gloucester.

Clausentum: Bishop's Waltham; Southampton; Bittern, Hants; Chichester, Sussex.

Clauinio: A town probably in Dorset.

Clawurda: Clayworth, Notts.

Cledhea Flu.: River Cleddy, Pembrokeshire.

Cleituna: Clayton, Sussex.

Cleocestria: Gloucester.

Clera Regis: Kingsclere, Hants.

Cletlinga: Cleatlam, Durham.

Cleuum: Gloucester. See Claudia.

Clidum: Ardoch, Perthshire. See Lindum.

Cliua: King's Cliff, Northants.

Cliuelanda: Cleveland.

Clocheria, Clocherium: Clogher, Ireland.

Cloenensis: Clonmacnois, King's County, Ireland.

Clokorna: Clogher, Tyrone.

Clona: Clone or Cloone, Ireland.

Clonfertum: Clonfert, Cork.

Clota: River Clyde.

Clouesho: Cliffe at Hoo, Kent.

Cluainfertensis: Clonfert, Cork.

Cluainvanea, Cluanania, Cluanum: Cloyne, co. Cork, Ireland.

Cluanumensis: Of Cloyne, co. Cork.

Cluda: River Clyde.

Cluenerardensis: Of Clonard, co. Meath.

Cluida, Cluta: R. Clwyd, Denbighshire.

Clunererardensis: Of Clonard, co. Meath.

Clutina Vallis: Diffryncloyd, Wales.

Cnapa: Knepp, Surrey.

Cnaresburgus: Knaresborough, Yorks.

Cnobheriburgus: Burgh Castle, Suffolk.

Coantia: R. Kent, Westmoreland.

Cocarus: R. Coke, Yorks.; Cocker, Lancashire.

Coccium: Blackrode, or Ribchester, Lancashire.

Cocuneda Civitas: On the River Coquet, Northumberland.

Cocwuda: R. Coquet.

Cognacta: Connaught, Ireland.

Coguuensuron Flu.: R. Soar, Leicestershire.

Coila: Kyle, W. of Scotland.

Cokarus. See Cocarus.

Colania: Carstairs, or Crawford, Lanarkshire; Coldingham, Berwickshire.

Colanica: Coldingham, or Colchester.

Colcestria: Colchester, Essex.

Coldania: Coldingham.

Coleceastra, Colecestra: Colchester, Essex.

Collis Magnus: Crug Mawr, Pembrokeshire.

Collis Victoriae: Knockmoy, a Cistercian Abbey, co. Galway.

Colmonora. See Cumanora.

Colnia Flu.: River Colne.

Colonia: Colchester, Maldon, or Mersea Strood, Essex.

Colonia Victricensis: Maldon, Essex.

Coludum: Coldingham, Berwickshire.

Colunum: Colnbrook, Bucks.

Comberetonium: Brettenham; Stratford St. Andrew; or Hadleigh, Suffolk.

Combretouium. See Comberetonium.

Comparcus: Combe Park, Surrey.

Conacta: Province of Connaught, Ireland.

Conallea: Tirconnell, Ireland.

Concangios: Watercrook, near Kendal; or Chseter-le-Street, Durham; or Burgh, near Woodbridge, Suffolk.

Concani: People of Munster, Ireland.

Condate: Congleton, Northwich, Kinderton, or Arley Hall, Great Budworth, Cheshire.

Condercum: Chester-le-Street, Durham; Benwell, Northumberland.

Congauata: Stanwix, or Drumburgh, Cumberland.

Congericuria: Congersbury, Somerset.

Connaccia, Connachtia: Connaught, Ireland.

Connacta: Connaught.

Connaria: Connor, co. Antrim, Ireland.

Connatium: Connaught.

Conneria, Connertum. See Connaria.

Cononium: Chelmsford, Essex.

Conouium: Caer Rhyn, or Caerhen, on the Conway, Caernarvonshire.

Conouium, Conouius: River Conway, North Wales; also used for the Town of Conway.

Contaracta: River Swale, Yorks.

Conuennon, Conuennos Insula. See Counos.

Conventria: Coventry, Warwickshire.

Conuetoni. See Comberetonium.

Coqueda, Coquedus: Coquet River, in Northumberland.

Coqueda Insula: The Isle of Coquet, on the coast of Northumberland.

Corcagia: Cork, Ireland.

Corcensis: Of Cork.

Corda: Cumnock, Ayrshire; Lynekirk, Peebles, or some town near Loughcure, Scotland.

Coria: Corbridge, Northumberland.

Coria, Curia Ottadinorum: Jedburgh, Roxburghshire; or Currie, Edinburghshire.

Coria Damniorum: Carstairs, Lanark; or Kirkurd, Peebles.

Corie: Patrington, Yorks.

Coriendi: A tribe in Wexford, Ireland.

Corinea: Cornwall.

Corinium, Corinium Dobunorum: Cirencester, Gloucestershire.

Corinus Flu.: The River Churne, Gloucestershire.

Coriondi: Folk in South Ireland.

Coritani, Coritaui: People of Northampton, Leicester, Rutland, Derby, and Nottingham shires.

Cornabii: Tribe in Strathnavern, Scotland.

Cornauii, Cornabii: Inhabitants of Warwick, Worcester, Stafford, Shropshire, and Cheshire.

Corneliensis: Of Cerne, Dorset.

Cornualia, Cornuallia: Cornwall.

Cornubia: Cornwall.

Cornutum Monasterium: Hornchurch, Essex.

Corragia: Cork.

Corstopilum, Corstopitum: Corbridge, Morpeth, Gorbet, or Corchester, Northumberland.

Corsula Insula: Perhaps Holyhead.

Coruesgeata: Corfe, Dorset.

Coterinus Mons: Cotterdale, North Riding of Yorkshire.

Cotteswoldia: Cotswold, Gloucestershire.

Cottona: Cotham, near Yarm, Durham.

Coualia: Kyle, Ayrshire.

Couentria: Coventry, Warwickshire.

Couesgraua: Cosgrove, Northants.

Couiburchelega: Coverly, Gloucestershire.

Couintrea: Coventry, Warwickshire.

Counos: Isle of Sheppey, Kent; or Canvey Island, Essex.

Cranburna, Craneburgus: Cranborne, Dorset.

Crativallis: Cratundene, Cambridgeshire.

Craua, Crauena: Craven, Yorks.

Creccanforda: Cricklade, Wilts.

Crecolada: Cricklade, Wilts.

Credigone: Caerriden, on the Wall of Antonine.

Credio: Crediton, Devon.

Crenodunum: Crendon, Bucks.

Creones: Tribe living in Ross. See Cerones.

Cricgealada: Cricklade, Wilts.

Cridea, Cridia, Cridiatunum, Cridiodunum: Crediton, or Kirton, Devonshire.

Crococalana, Crocolana: Ancaster, Lincolnshire; Brough, near Collingham; or Car-Colston, Notts.

Croucingo: Crosby.

Crowlandia, Croylandia, Cruilandia: Crowland, Lincolnshire.

Croyreys: Royston.

Crucelandia: Crowland.

Crukeri Castrum: Pey-y-Crug, Radnor.

Crulandia: Crowland, Lincolnshire.

Crux Chariniana: Charing Cross.

Crux Oswaldi: Oswestry, Shropshire.

Crux Roesiae: Royston.

Cubii Castrum: Holyhead, Anglesey.

Cucufelda: Cuckfield, Sussex.

Culenum: Cullen, Banff.

Culerna: Colerne, Wilts.

Cumanora: Cumnor, Berks.

Cumberlandia: Cumberland.

Cumbremara: Combermere, Cheshire.

Cumbri: People of Cumberland.

Cumbria: Cumberland.

Cunacia: Connaught.

Cunctona: Compton, Sussex.

Cunecacestre: Chester-le-Street, Durham.

Cunetio: Marlborough, Mildenhall, or Ramsbury, Wilts.

Cunetio Flu.: River Kennet.

Cunga: Cong, Ireland.

Cunia: River Conway.

Cunio: Mull of Cantire.

Cuprum: Coupar in Angus.

Cuprum Fifae: Cupar Fife.

Curia. See Coria.

Curia Edmundi: Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk.

Curnualia: Corwall.

Cuuichelmeslawa: Cuckhamsley, Berks.

Cyneta: River Kennet.


D.

Dabrona:
River Avonmore, Cork, Ireland.

Dacorum hundredum: Hundred of Upper and Lower Deans, Herts, de Aneis or de Daneis, 12th cent.

Dacorum clades: Danes-end, Herts.

Dammucensis: Of Dunwich, Suffolk.

Damnii: People of Clydesdale and Stirling.

Damnium, Damnonium promontorium: Lizard, or Dodman Point.

Damnonia, Domnania: Devon.

Damnonii: People of Devon and Cornwall.

Danacastra: Doncaster, Yorks.

Danecastria: Doncaster, Yorks.

Daneia: Denny, Cambridgeshire.

Danica Sylva: Andredswald Forest, Sussex; also the Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire.

Danmonii. See Damnonii.

Danubiae Sylva: Forest of Dean.

Danum: Doncaster, Yorks.

Danus Flu.: The Dane, Lincolnshire; Dan, or Daven, Cheshire; Don, or Dun, Yorks.

Darbia: Derby.

Darensis: Of Kildare.

Darentiuadum: Dartford, Kent.

Darentus Flu.: Darenth, or Dart River, Kent.

Darinum: Estanford, Strangford (?), Ulster.

Darnii: A tribe in Ulster.

Darotenses: People of Dorset.

Daruentia: River Derwent, Derbyshire.

Daruernum: Canterbury; Rochester.

Daumuicensis: Of Dunwich, Suffolk.

Daurona. See Dabrona.

De Fontibus: Wells, Somerset.

Dea: River Dee, Cheshire.

Debba. See Bebba.

Decha: A town in Scotland, North of the Forth.

Decuaria. See Petuaria.

Deia: River Dee.

Deidonum: Dundee.

Deilocum: Godstow, Oxfordshire.

Deira: Abbey of Deer, in Buchan.

Deira: The part of the kingdom of the Northumbrians on the south side of the Tyne.

Deira Sylva: Deerhurst, Gloucestershire.

Deirorum Sylva: Derewald, or Beverley, Yorks.

Dela: Deal, Kent.

Delgouitia: Goddmanham, Fimber, Millington, or Market Weighton, East Riding of Yorks.

Deluinia: Delvin, Westmeath, Ireland.

Demerosesa: Dumfries.

Demetae, Dimetae: People of South Wales.

Demetia, Demetica: Dyved, a province in South Wales, Pembrokeshire, and a part of Caermarthenshire.

Dena, Foresta de: Forest of Dean.

Dena Victrix: Chester. See Deua.

Denaea Sylva: Forest of Dean.

Denbighia: Denbigh, Denbighshire.

Deomedum: South Wales.

Deorbeia: Derby.

Derae: Derry, Ulster.

Derbentione: Little Chester, near Derby.

Derebisciria: Derbyshire.

Derelega: Darley, Derbyshire.

Derentiuadum: Dartford, Kent.

Dereta: River Dee (?) or Derwent (?).

Derewenta: River Derwent.

Derstemuta: Dartmouth, Devon.

Derte Ostium, Dertmuta: Dartmouth, Devon.

Deruentione: Holtby, Kexby, or Stamford Bridge, on the Derwent, Yorkshire; Pap Castle, Cumberland.

Desmonia, Dessemonia: Desmond, Ireland.

Dessia: Decies, co. Waterford, Ireland.

Deua: Dundee; Chester.

Deua Flu.: River Dee, Cheshire.

Deuana: Aberdeen; Chester; Doncaster.

Deuania: Cheshire.

Deucaledonii: The Scots.

Deucaledonius oceanus: The sea on the W. of Scotland.

Deuenescira: Devonshire.

Deui Flu.: River Dovey, Wales.

Deuionisso: Devonport.

Deuna: Chester. See Deua.

Deunana: Doncaster.

Deuonia: Devonshire.

Deuouicia. See Delgouitia.

Deuus Flu.: River Dovey.

Dewi: St. David's.

Dextralis Cambria: Deheubarth, i.e. South Wales.

Deya: River Dee.

Dicelinga: Ditchling, Sussex.

Dicetum: Diss, Norfolk.

Dicia: Diss, Norfolk.

Dictis: Ambleside, Westmoreland.

Dictum: Diganwy, Caernarvonshire.

Dimetae: People of South Wales.

Dineuour: South Wales.

Diona: River Dee, Scotland.

Dirtouicum: Droitwich, Worcestershire.

Diuana. See Deuana.

Diuilena, Diuilina: Dubh-lein (the Black Pool), now called Dublin.

Diuisae, Diuisio: Devizes, Wiltshire. See Castrum de Vies.

Dixio. See Dictis.

Dobaria: Dover.

Dobuni, Boduni: People of Gloucestershire and Oxfordshire.

Docestria: Dorset.

Doffra, Dofris: Dover.

Dolocindo: A town in Dorset.

Domnania. See Damnonia.

Domnia: Dunwich, Suffolk.

Domus Sanctae Crucis: Holyrood House, Edinburgh.

Donalmum: Durham.

Donewicum: Dunwich, Suffolk.

Donus: River Done, Durham.

Dorbeia: Derby.

Dorcadae: The Orkneys.

Dorcestria: Dorchester, Dorset.

Dorcinia: Dorchester, Oxfordshire.

Dorcinni Civitas: Dorchester, Oxfordshire.

Doresetesciria: Dorset.

Dorfris: Dover, Kent.

Doris Cantiorum: Dover.

Dorkcestria, Dorkecestra: Dorchester, Dorset.

Dornaceaster: Dorchester.

Dornocum: Dornock, Dumfriesshire, Scotland.

Dornsetta: Dorchester, Dorset.

Dorobellum. See Daruernum.

Dorobernia: Canterbury; Dover.

Dorobreuum. See Durobriuis.

Dorobrina: Dover.

Dorocina: Dorchester.

Doroventio. See Deruentione.

Dorouernum: Canterbury; Dover.

Dorpendunum: Orpington, Kent.

Dorseta, Dorsetania, Dorsetia: Dorset.

Doruantium, Doruatium: River Dart, Darenth, or Derwent.

Dorubernia: Canterbury; Dover.

Doruenta: River Derwent or Darenth.

Doruentani: People of Derbyshire.

Doruernum. See Daruernum.

Dorus Flu.: The Dor, Herts.

Doruuernia. See Dorubernia.

Douaria, Douera, Douerha, Doueria, Douoria: Dover.

Doura: Dover.

Dourus: Dingle Bay.

Douus Flu.: River Dove, Derbyshire.

Dromoria: Dromore, co. Down, Ulster.

Duablisis, Duabsisis: Dupplin, Perthshire.

Duacum: Kilmacduagh, Galway, Ireland.

Dublicensis: Of Dublin.

Dublinia, Dublinium, Dublinum: Dublin. See Diuilena.

Dubris: Dover, Kent.

Dufelda: Duffield, Derbyshire.

Duflinum: Dublin.

Duglassus Flu.: River Douglas, Clydesdale.

Dulce Cor, Suauicordium: Sweetheart, or New Abbey, Kirkcudbrightshire.

Dulma. See Magiouinium.

Dulmanum: Durham.

Dumbarum: Dunbar, Haddingtonshire.

Dumbinensis: Of Dunblane.

Dumblanum: Dunblane, Perthshire.

Dumbrosa: Bundroose, or Bundoram, Leitrim.

Dumbum promontorium: Bengore Head, or Fair Head, Antrim.

Dumera: Dummer, Hants.

Dumna: Fair Island, one of the Orkneys.

Dumnonia: Devonshire. See Damnonia.

Dumnonii. See Damnonii.

Dumwicus: Dunwich, Suffolk.

Duna: Down, Downpatrick.

Dunamum: Downham, Cambridgeshire.

Dunamutha: Tynemouth, Northumberland.

Duncheldinum: Dunkeld. See Caledonium Castrum.

Duncheranum: Dunkerrin, King's County, Ireland.

Dundalcum: Dundalk, Louth, Ireland.

Dunedinum: Edinburgh.

Dunelmia, Dunelmum, Dunelmus: Durham.

Dunestaplia: Dunstable, Beds.

Dunestor: Dunster, Somerset.

Duneuetum: Launceston, Cornwall.

Dunfreia: Dumfries, Scotland.

Dungallum: Donegal, Ulster.

Dunholmum, Dunholmus: Durham.

Dunistabulum: Dunstable, Bedfordshire.

Dunium: Dorchester, Dorset. See Moridunum.

Dunmonii. See Damnonii.

Dunolmum: Durham.

Dunouicum: Dunwich, Suffolk.

Dunrodunum: Dornoch, Sutherland.

Dunuicus: Dunwich, Suffolk.

Dunum: Down, Downpatrick, Ulster; Doncaster, Yorks; Dundalk, co. Louth; Salisbury; Waterford, Ireland.

Dunum Sinus: Scarborough Bay, Yorks, or Teesmouth.

Dunus Flu.: River Doon, Ayrshire.

Dunus Sinus. See Dunum Sinus.

Dunwicus: Dunwich, Suffolk.

Dura: Derry, Ireland.

Duracastrum: Dorchester, Oxfordshire.

Durbis: River Dour, Kent.

Durcinate. See Durolipons.

Durelmum: Durham.

Duri, Duris: "That part of the Bay of Dingle where is the mouth of the River Maing," co. Kerry.

Duria: Dorset.

Duris: Dover.

Durius: River Stour.

Durnium: Dorchester.

Durnonouaria: Dorchester, Dorset.

Duroauerni: Canterbury.

Durobrabis, Durobrena. See Durobriuis.

Durobriuas: Caistor, Lincolnshire; or West Lynne; or Wiggenhall St. Germain's, Norfolk.

Durobriuis: Rochester, Strood, or Cuxton, Kent.

Durobrouae. See Durobriuis.

Durobrus. See Durobriuis.

Durocastrum: Dorchester, Oxon.

Durocobriuis: Dunstable, Beds; Hertford, Great Berkhampstead, or Redbourne, Herts.

Durocornouium: Cirencester.

Durolani Flu.: River Len, Kent.

Durolenum, Duroleuum: Newington, Lenham, or Westwell, Kent.

Durolipons: Cambridge, Godmanchester, or Ramsey, Hunts.

Durolitum: Old Ford, Leyton, Romsey, or Purfleet, Essex.

Duronouaria: Dorchester, Dorset.

Duroprouis. See Durobriuis.

Durosipons. See Durolipons.

Durotriges: Men of Dorsetshire.

Durouernum: Canterbury.

Durus Flu.: River Stour.

Dusceleberga, Dusteleberga: Desborough hundred, Bucks.

Duthena: River Duddon, Lancashire.

Duuelescense Castrum: Duleek, Meath.

Duuelina: Dublin.

Duuere: Dover.

Dwthena. See Duthena.

Dyrwenta: R. Derwent.


E.

Eadmodum:
Emmet, Yorks.

Earipolensis: Jerpont, co. Kilkenny.

East-Sexena: Essex.

Eathelingiana Via: Watling St.

Eaxanceastra: Exeter.

Ebbecastrum: Bamborough Castle, Northumberland.

Eblana: Dublin. See Diuilena.

Ebodia: The Isle of Alderney.

Eboracum: York.

Ebuda Insula: Two islands are thus named by Ptolemy, of which one is Skye or Islay, the other Lewis or Jura.

Ebudae: Used for the Western Isles of Scotland generally.

Eburacum: York.

Eburocastrum: Near Rochester, Northumberland.

Edenburgus: Edinburgh.

Ederosum Monasterium: Ivychurch, Wilts.

Edmundi Burgus: Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk.

Edra: River Whitadder.

Edros Insula: Bardsey Island, Caernarvonshire, or Ireland's Eye.

Edulfesberga: Ellesborough, Bucks.

Edwella: Ewell, Surrey.

Edwiniburgus: Edwinstow, Notts.

Efenewuda: Evenwood, Durham.

Egelesforda: Aylesford, Kent.

Eia: Eye, Suffolk; Eye, near Westminster.

Eidumania Flu.: Blackwater River, or mouth of the Stour and Orwell, Essex.

Eilecuriana Vallis: Vale of Aylesbury, Bucks.

Eilecurium: Aylesbury.

Eiluius, Eluius: St. Asaph's.

Eiudensca: Jedburgh, Roxburghshire.

Eladunum: Eildon, Roxburghshire.

Elauiana: Islay.

Elconium: A town in Cornwall.

Eldunum: The Eildon Hills (?).

Eleueinia. See Eluemia.

Elginum, Elgis: Elgin, Scotland.

Elgotii, Elgouae: Inhabitants of Liddisdale, Ensdale, Eskdale, Nidisdale, and Annandale, in Scotland.

Elia: Ely, Cambridgeshire.

Eliensis Insula: The Isle of Ely.

Ellandunum: Allington, near Amesbury, or Wilton, in Wilts.

Ellebri: People in Kerry, Ireland.

Ellesmara: Ellesmere, Shropshire.

Elmelega: Elmley, Worcestershire.

Elnicestria: Alceter, Warwickshire.

Eltabo. See Voluba.

Elteshamum: Eltham, Kent.

Eltherburna: Halterburn, Roxburghshire.

Eluadunum: Elphin, Roscommon.

Eluemia: Elvael, a cantref in Powys, Radnorshire.

Eluium, Elwa: St. Asaph's.

Elys: Ely, Cambridgeshire.

Embesea: Embsay or Emshaw, Yorks.

Emelia: Emly, co. Tipperary.

Emonia: May Isle, in the Firth of Forth.

Enachdunensis: Annadown, co. Clare, Ireland.

Enchegallia: Inisgall, i.e. Iona, Tiree, Coll, Canna, and Rum.

Engleschyria: England.

Englewria: England.

Ennabrensis: of Kilfenora, co. Clare.

Eouercon: Abercorn, Scotland.

Eouerwicum: York.

Eouesum: Evesham, Worcestershire.

Eoyrus: River Nore, Ireland.

Epeiacum, Epiacum: Hexham, or Papcastle. See Apiacum.

Epidii: Tribe living in Cantire.

Epidium Insula: Islay.

Epidium promonotorium: Mull of Cantire.

Epocessa: Perhaps Upper Stanton, Herefordshire.

Erchenefelda: Irchingfield, Herefordshire.

Erdingeleya: Ardingley, Sussex.

Erdini: People of Fermanagh, Ireland.

Ergadia: Argyle.

Eripolensis: Of Jerpont, Ossory.

Ermonia: Ormond, Tipperary.

Ernulphi Curia: Eynesbury, Hunts.

Erpeditani. See Erdini.

Esca: River Esk, Dumfries.

Esica. See Aesycha.

Esse Insula: Stourmouth (?), Kent.

Esselega: Ashley.

Essendona: Ashdon, Essex.

Essexa: Essex.

Estantona: Stanton.

Estlega: Astley, Worcestershire.

Estratona: Stratton, Bedfordshire.

Estreia: Eastry, Keny.

Estrindia: East Riding.

Estsexia: Essex.

Esturministra: Sturminster, Dorset.

Ethandunum: Hedddington, Wilts.

Ethelingia: Athelney, Somerset.

Ethona: Nuneaton, Warwickshire.

Etlingeleia: Athelney, Somerset.

Etocetum: Kingsbury, Warwickshire; or Wall, Staffordshire.

Etona: Nuneaton, Warwickshire.

Euania. See Meuania.

Eubonia: Isle of Man. See Mania.

Euenlodus Flu.: River Evenlode, in Oxfordshire.

Euerwica, Euerwika: York.

Eufania: Isle of Man.

Euonium: Dunstaffnage, Argyle.

Eura: River Ure or Yore, Yorks.

Exa Flu.: River Exe, Devonshire.

Exancestria: Exeter.

Excambium Regium: The Royal Exchange, London.

Excestra: Exeter.

Exexa: Essex.

Exoche: Gunfleet, Essex; or Wintertonness, Norfolk.

Exonia: Exeter.

Exosades: Islands off Norfolk or Essex.

Exploratorum Castra: Burgh by Sands, Cumberland.

Extensio. See Exoche.

Eya: Eye, Norfolk.


F.

Fagrovella:
Fairwell, Staffordshire.

Fala Flu.: River Fal, Cornwall.

Falensis Portus: Falmouth.

Fanocodi: A town in Cumberland.

Fanum ad Taffum: Llandaff, Glamorganshire.

Fanum Andreae: St. Andrew's, Scotland.

Fanum Canici: Kilkenny.

Fanum Christi: Christchurch, Hants.

Fanum Germani: Llanarmon, Denbigh.

Fanum Iltuti: Llantwit, Glamorganshire.

Fanum Iuonis Persiae: St. Ive's, Hunts.

Fanum Leonis: Leominster, Herefordshire.

Fanum Neoti: St. Neots's, Hunts.

Fanum Oswaldi: Nostal, Yorks.

Fanum Reguli: St. Andrew's, Scotland, also called Kirkrule and Kilrule.

Fanum S. Albani: St. Alban's, Herts.

Fanum S. Asaphi: St. Asaph's, Flintshire.

Fanum S. Botolphi: Boston, Lincolnshire.

Fanum S. Edmundi: Bury St. Edmund's, Suffolk.

Fanum S. Johannis: St. John's, Roscommon, Ireland.

Fanum S. Mauditi: St. Mawe's, Cornwall.

Fanum Stephani: Kirkby-Stephen, Westmoreland.

Fanum Teclae: Llandegla, Denbigh; S. Tecla's Chapel, an island at the mouth of the Wye.

Farina: Fearn, Ross.

Farlega: Farley or Farleigh Monkton, Wilts. A cell to Lewes Priory.

Fauoria: Faure, Meath, Ireland.

Faustini Villa. See Villa Faustini.

Fawenses: Inhabitants of Fowey, Cornwall.

Felicia: Felixstow, Suffolk.

Felicis Oppidum: Flixton, Suffolk.

Ferberga: Farnborough.

Ferlega. See Farlega.

Ferleia. See Farlega.

Fermedona: Farringdon, Hants.

Fernae: Ferns, Wexford, Ireland.

Fernlega. See Farlega.

Fernum. See Fernae.

Ferulega: Hereford.

Fibrilega, Fibrolega: Beverley, Yorks.

Fifburgensis: Of the Five Boroughs--Lincoln, Nottingham, Derby, Leicester, and Stamford.

Finnabrensis: Of Kilfenora, alias Edumabrach, alias Fenabore, co. Clare, Ireland.

Fisela: Fishlake, Yorks (?).

Flagaflora, Flauflor: Sparsholt, Berks.

Flaua Caesariensis: Province of Roman Britain between the Thames, Humber, and Mersey; or between Humber, Mersey, and Great Wall.

Flexelega, Flexlega: Flaxley, Gloucestershire.

Flintia: Flint.

Fluentanus Carcer: Fleet Prison, London.

Flumen Dei: Kilbegain, co. Meath.

Fons Amnensis: Amwell, Herts.

Fons Brigidae: Bridewell, London.

Fons Clarus: Sherbourne, Dorset.

Fons Clericorum: Clerkenwell, London.

Fons Interfraxinus: Ashwell, Herts.

Fons Limpidus: Fairwell, Staffordshire.

Fons Sacer: Holywell.

Fons S. Patricii: Ballintobber, co. Mayo.

Fons Scotiae; Scotland-well, Kinross.

Fons Vivus: Maur, co. Cork.

Fontanae: Fountains Abbey, Yorks.

Fontanetum, Fontanensis Ecclesia: Wells, Somerset.

Fontes: Wells; Fountains Abbey, Yorks.

Fonticuli: Wells.

Fontis, Villa: Holywell, Flintshire.

Fordunum: Fordoun, co. Kincardine, Scotland.

Forenna: Part of the city of Wells.

Forgium: Kilmoney Abbey, co. Clare.

Forneseta: Forcett, Yorks.

Fors (Fons?) de Caritate: A Cistercian house in Wensleydale, Yorks.

Forthae aestuarium, Fortheia: Firth of Forth.

Forum: Cheap, London,

Forum Jouis: Marazion, Cornwall.

Fouera, Fouria: Fore, Westmeath.

Fraxula Flu.: In Derbyshire.

Freskewattera: Freshwater, Isle of Wight.

Fretum Britannicum, Fretum Gallicum, Fretum Morinorum: The Straits of Dover.

Frigidum Mantellum: Freemantle, Hants.

Frigmareventus: Winchelsea, Sussex.

Friscodunense coenobium: Freston Abbey, Lincolnshire.

Frodrenela: Fotharta, Leinster, Ireland.

Fromus, Froma: River Frome.

Frumentarius Mons: Cornhill, London.


G.

Gabaglanda.
See Amboglanna.

Gabrantonicorum, Gabrantouicorum Sinus: Bridlington or Filey Bay, Yorkshire.

Gabrocentum, Gabrosentis: Gateshead, Durham; Black Dyke or Drumburgh, Cumberland.

Gadeni: Inhabitants of Fife, Tweeddale, March and Lothian. in Scotland

Gadiua: Aberffraw, in the Isle of Anglesey.

Gaelwallia: Galloway, Scotland.

Gaidingtona: Geddington, Northants.

Gaingtona: Geddington.

Gaini: People of Lincolnshire.

Gainiburgus: Gainsborough, Lincolnshire.

Galacum: Appleby, Kendal, or Whallop Castle, Westmoreland.

Galaua: Old Town, Keswick, or Wythburn, Cumberland; or Walwick, Northumberland.

Galensis: A Welshman.

Galetum: Langley Gale, Sussex.

Galewegia: Galloway.

Galienses: Men of Galloway.

Gallaua. See Galaua.

Galleua Atrebatum: Guildford, Silchester, Henley, Reading, Wallingford, Calve Pit Farm, near Reading, or Haslemere, Surrey.

Galliua: Galway, Ireland.

Gallouidia: Galloway, Scotland.

Gallunio: Aldborough. See Isurium.

Gallutum. See Galacum.

Galueia: Galloway.

Galuia: Galway.

Galwalenses: People of Galloway.

Galwedia, Galwegia: Galloway.

Galweia: Galloway.

Gangani: People of Connaught, Ireland.

Ganganum promontorium: Braichy Pwll Point, Caernarvonshire.

Garbantorigum: Caerlaverock, Scotland.

Gareotha: Gaury or Gowrie (?), Scotland.

Gariannonum: Yarmouth, or Burgh Castle, Norfolk.

Garmundi Via: Garmondsway, Durham.

Garrienis, Garyenus, Flu.: Yare River, Norfolk.

Garryeni Fluvii ostium: Yarmouth.

Gauinga: Wenge, Bucks.

Gaurouicum: Warwick. See Verouicum.

Gausennae, Gausennis. See Causennae.

Gauelforda: Camelford, Cornwall.

Gedewurda: Jedburgh, Roxburghshire.

Gegenforda: Gainford, Durham.

Geldeforda: Guildford, Surrey.

Genesborwia: Gainsborough, Lincolnshire.

Genunii: People living on the border of Scotland.

Gereseya: Jersey.

Gerewedona: Garendon, Leicestershire.

Gernemua, Gernemutha: Yarmouth, Norfolk.

Gerneria: Guernsey.

Geroldona: Garendon, Leicestershire.

Gersuium: Jersey.

Geuentonae: Chevington, Suffolk.

Geuini: A river in Wales that runs into the River Usk.

Geuissi: West Saxons.

Gipeswica, Gippeuicum: Ipswich, Suffolk.

Girouicum: Jarrow, Durham.

Giruii: Inhabitants of the Fens.

Giruum, Girwa: Jarrow, Durham.

Giuela: Yeovil, Somerset.

Glamorgania, Glamorgantia: Glamorganshire.

Glandelacum: Glendalough, Wicklow, Ireland.

Glannibanta, Glanouenta. See Clanouenta.

Glasbiria: Glasbury, Brecknock.

Glasconia: Glastonbury, Somerset.

Glascouium: Glasgow.

Glascua: Glasgow.

Glascum: Glascwm, Radnorshire.

Glasquum: Glasgow.

Glastincbiria: Glastonbury, Somerset.

Glastonia: Glastonbury.

Glaudiocestra: Gloucester.

Glauorna, Glaworna: Gloucester.

Gleastonia: Glastonbury.

Glenus: River Glen, Northumberland.

Glessoburgus: Glastonbury.

Glestingia, Glestonia: Glastonbury.

Gleuum: Gloucester.

Glocestria, Gloecestra: Gloucester.

Glota: Isle of Arran.

Glota, Glottiana: River Clyde, Scotland.

Gloueceastria, Glouernia, Glowecestria: Gloucester.

Gobannium: Abergavenny, Monmouthshire.

Goccium. See Coccium.

Goderici Castrum: Goodrich Castle, Herefordshire.

Godestoua: Godstow, Oxfordshire.

Godritona: Codrington, Gloucestershire.

Gouheria: Gower, Glamorganshire.

Graecolada: Cricklade, Wilts.

Grampius Mons: The Grampians.

Grangia: Gransha, Down, Ireland.

Granta: River Cam, Cambridgeshire.

Granta, Grantanus Pons: Cambridge.

Grantebreggia: Cambridge, sometimes Cambridgeshire.

Graua: Grovebury, Beds.

Grauesenda: Gravesend, Kent.

Greglada: Cricklade, Wilts.

Grenewicum: Greenwich, Kent.

Grenouicus, Grenouicum: Greenwich, Kent.

Grenteburga: Cambridge.

Greua: Gravesend.

Greuanus: River Girvan, Ayrshire.

Grimboldesessa: Grombold Ash, Gloucestershire.

Grinuicum: Greenwich.

Grossus Mons: Grosmont, Monmouthshire.

Grubba: Gubeon, Northumberland (Gullane?).

Guala, Guallia: Wales.

Guarae, Guarus: Ware, Herts.

Guella: Wells, Norfolk.

Guerfa Flu.: The River Wharfe, Yorkshire.

Guidonicus Cliuus: Guy's Cliff, Warwickshire.

Guildhalda Teutonicorum: The Steel Yard, London.

Guilon Flu.: River Will, or Wiley, Wiltshire.

Guincestria: Winchester.

Guinethia: Wales.

Guinta: Gwent, a province in South Wales, between Usk and Wye.

Guinuga: Wenge, Bucks.

Guiramutha: Wearmouth, Durham.

Guiunga: Wenge, Bucks.

Guldeforda: Guildford, Surrey.

Gumicastrum: Godmanchester, Hunts.

Gwallia: Wales.

Gwirchia: Chirk, Denbigh.

Gyruum: Jarrow, Durham.


H.

Habenduna:
Abingdon, Berks.

Habitancum: Risingham, Northumberland.

Habus: The Humber.

Hadriani Murus: Picts' Wall, or Wall of Hadrian.

Haebuda. See Ebuda.

Haemodae. See Acmodae.

Hafren Flu.: The Severn.

Haga: The Hay, or Hasely, in Brecknockshire.

Hagulstada: Hexham, Northumberland; Alston, Cumberland.

Hagustaldunum: Hexham, Northumberland.

Haia: Eye, Suffolk; Hay, Brecknockshire.

Halaenus: River Avon, Hants.

Hamonis Portus: Southampton.

Hamptonia, Hamtona: Southampton; Northampton; Hampton.

Hancstesia: Hinksey, Oxfordshire.

Hansus Flu.: River Hans, Staffordshire.

Hantonia: Hampshire.

Haraia: Harris, one of the Hebrides.

Harefordia: Hereford.

Harlecum: Harlech, Merionethshire.

Harlepolis: Hartlepool, Durham.

Haroldi Crux: Harold's Cross, near Dublin.

Haruicum: Harwich, Essex.

Hastinga: Hastings, Sussex.

Hauerberga: Harborough, Warwickshire.

Hauerfordia: Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire.

Haugustaldium. See Hagustaldunum.

Hauma: Hamme, Berks.

Hauteuorta: Highworth, Wilts.

Hauxoniensis: Of Hawkshead, Lancashire.

Haya: Hay, Brecknockshire.

Heastinga: Hastings, Sussex.

Hebrides: A cluster of Isles on the West side of Scotland.

Hebuda. See Ebuda.

Hederosum Monasterium: Ivychurch, Wilts.

Hedros. See Edros.

Hedwa: Hythe, Kent.

Hegdunensis: Of Annaghdown, co. Clare, Ireland.

Heia: Hythe, Kent.

Heisa: Hayes, Kent.

Helaturnum: Ellerton (?), Yorkshire.

Helenum promontorium: Land's End.

Helia: Ely, Cambridgeshire.

Helma: Helmington, Durham.

Helmanensis: Of Elmham, Suffolk.

Helmelum: Elmley.

Hengestesdunum: Hengston Hill, Cornwall.

Henlega: Henliy-upon-Thames, Oxfordshire.

Henoforthum: Hereford.

Herboldona: Harbledown, Kent.

Hernleia: Hurley, Berks.

Heortforda: Hertford.

Heoueshamnensis: Of Evesham, Worcestershire.

Heppa: Shap, Westmoreland.

Herculis promontorium: Hartland Point, Devonshire.

Herdingheleia: Ardingly, Sussex.

Herefordia: Hereford, formerly Ariconium.

Herkeloua: Arklow, Connaught.

Herlaua: Harlow, Essex.

Hertfordia: Hertford.

Hesperides: Scilly Isles.

Hestelega: Astley, Warwickshire.

Hestinga: Hastings, Sussex.

Hestingi: East Angles.

Hetha Pratorum: Maidenhead, Berks.

Hetha Regine: Queenhithe.

Heya: Eye, Suffolk.

Hibernia: Ireland.

Hichelendunum: Ickleton, Cambridgeshire.

Hichena: River Itchen, Hants.

Hichia coenobium: Newbiggin, or Hitchin, Herts.

Hichteslapa: Islip, Oxon.

Hictredeberia: Heytesbury, Wilts.

Hida: Hyde, near Winchester.

Hieron Promontorium: Greenore Point, or Carnsore Point, Wexford.

Hildesleia: Ilsley, Berks.

Himba: One of the Acmodae Islands.

Hinchisega: Hinksey, near Oxford.

Hirtha: One of the Hebrides.

Histesleapa: Islip, Oxfordwhire.

Hitha Regine: Queenhithe.

Hithinus portus: Hythe, Kent.

Hlediae: Leeds, Kent.

Hludense Monasterium: Lough Park Abbey, Lincolnshire.

Hodneius Flu.: Honddhu River, Brecknockshire.

Hoilandia, Hollandia: Holland, a part of Lincolnshire.

Holgoti, Castrum de: Castle Holdgate, Herefordshire.

Holmus: Hulme, or St. Bennet's-in-the-Holme, Norfolk.

Homdeleia: Hundsley, Yorks.

Homelea Flu.: River Hamble, opposite the Isle of Wight, Hants.

Horesti: People living north of the Firth of Forth.

Horka: Dunnet Head, Caithness.

Hornecastra: Horncastle, Lincolnshire.

Horspada: Horspath, Oxon.

Hospitium Leonis: Lyon's Inn, London.

Hothenia: Rivers Hodni or Honddu, in Brecknockshire and Monmouthshire.

Houendena: Hoveden, Yorks.

Houlandia. See Hoilandia.

Hripum: Ripon, Yorks.

Hrofi, Hrosi Civitas: Rochester.

Hulla, Hullus: Kingston-upon-Hull, Yorkshire.

Hultonia: Ulster, Ireland.

Humbra Flu.: River Humber.

Hundesdena: Hunsdon, Herts.

Hundredeskelda: Hunderthwaite, Yorks.

Hunegetona: Honington or Hunnington, Staffordshire.

Hungreforda: Hungerford, Berks.

Hunnum: Sevenshale, or Halton Chesters, Northumberland.

Hunsdona: Hunsdon, Herts.

Huntendonia, Huntundona: Huntingdon.

Hurstanum Castellum: Hurst Castle, Hants.

Hurstelega: Hurley, Berks.

Husseburna: Hurstbourne, Hants.

Huya: Holy Island.

Hwerwella: Wherwell, Hants.

Hwiccii: People of Worcestershire, and about the Severn.

Hydropolis: Dorchester, Oxon.

Hymalia: Achad-Fobhair, co. Mayo.

Hymbrionenses, Hymbronenses: People of Northumberland.

Hyrebothla: Harbottle, Northumberland.

Hyrtha: One of the Hebrides.

Hyta: Hythe, Kent.


I.

Iberni:
People of Desmond, Ireland.

Ibernia: Ireland.

Ibernio: Bere Regis, or Iwerne, Dorset.

Ibernium: Iwerne, Dorset.

Ibernis: Dunkerrin, King's Co., Ireland.

Iberran: A town in Scotland, north of the Forth.

Icannum: Boston, Lincolnshire.

Iceni: People of Suffolk, Norfolk, Cambridge, and Huntingdon shires.

Iciani, Icinos: Chesterford, Essex; Thetford or Igborough, Norfolk; or Southwold, Suffolk.

Icini. See Iceni.

Ictis Insula: St. Michael's Mount, Cornwall; or, perhaps, the Isle of Wight (Vectis).

Idumanus: Blackwater River, or the mouth of the Stour and Orwell, Essex.

Iena aestuarium: Wigton Bay, Galloway.

Ierne, Iernis: Ireland.

Iernus: River Erne, or Kenmare Bay, Ireland.

Igenia: Part of Flintshire.

Ihona. See Iona.

Ila Flu.: River Wick, Scotland.

Ila Insula: Isla, west of Scotland.

Illega Combusta: Brent Eleigh or Illegh, Suffolk.

Illega Monachorum: Monk's Eleigh, Suffolk.

Imelaca: Emly, co. Tipperary.

Imelensis: Of Emly.

Imensa aestuarium: Mouth of the Thames.

Imlaca: Emly.

Immemera: Mere, Wilts.

Incuneningum: Cunningham (?), Scotland.

Inderauuda: Beverley, Yorks.

Ingetlingus: Gilling, Yorks.

Ingiruum: Jarrow, Durham.

Ingoluesmera: Ingoldmells, Lincolnshire.

Inmeleccensis: Of Emly, Tipperary.

Innerlothea: Inverlochy, Inverness.

Insula: Eynesham, or Ensham, Oxfordshire; Axholm, Lincolnshire; Isle, near Stockton, Durham; Little Island, Waterford Harbour.

Insula Cervi: Hartlepool, Durham.

Insula Sacra: Ireland; also Holy Island, Northumberland.

Insula Missarum: Inchaffray, Perthshire.

Insula Sancti Columbae: Columbkill, Iona.

Insula Sanctorum: Ynis Enlly, Bardsey, Caernarvon.

Insula Vectis: Isle of Wight.

Insularis Villa: Islington.

Interamna, Interamnium: Christ Church, Hants.

Inuernessus: Inverness, Scotland.

Iona: Iona, or Icolmkill Isle, West Coast of Scotland.

Iphletha: Evelith, Shropshire.

Ircenefelda: Archenfield, or Irchingfield, Herefordshire.

Iris: Ireland.

Isaca: River Exe, Devonshire; also River Esk, Scotland.

Isamnium: St. John's Foreland, or Point, co. Down, Ireland.

Isannauantia, Isannauaria, Isannauatia: Stony Stratford, Northants, or the same as Bannauenna; Allchester, Oxon, between Wendlebury and Bicester.

Isannium. See Isamnium.

Isca: River Exe; River Usk.

Isca: Liskeard, Cornwall.

Isca Dumnoriorum: Chiselborough, Somerset; or Exeter.

Isca Legio II Augusta, Isvelegua Augusti, Isca Silurum, Iscamum: Caerleon, Monmouthshire.

Iscalis: Ivelchester, now Ilchester, Somerset.

Iscamum: Caerleon.

Ischalis. See Iscalis.

Isiacum: Oxford.

Isiburna: Woburn, Bedfordshire.

Isidis Insula: Ousney, or Oseney, near Oxford.

Isidis Vadum: Oxford.

Isis Flu.: River Isis, Oxford; the Ouse, Buckinghamshire; and the Ouse, Yorkshire.

Istelhorda: Isleworth, Middlesex.

Isubrigantum. See Isurium.

Isuria: Yorkshire.

Isurium: Aldborough, or Boroughbridge, Yorkshire.

Isurouicum: York.

Ittingaforda: Hitchin, Herts.

Itucadon: A town between Tyne and Forth.

Ituma, Ituna: River Eden, Cumberland; or Solway Firth.

Itys: Loch Eu, Torridon, or Duich, Scotland.

Iuecestra: Ilchester, Somerset.

Iuerianus Pons: Iford Bridge, Hants.

Iuernia: Ireland.

Iuernis: Dunkerrin, King's Co., Ireland.

Iuorus: Newry, co. Armagh.


J.

Jaciodulma.
See Magiouinium.

Jamesa, Jamissa: River Thames.

Jano: A town in Caithness.

Jarum: Yarm, Yorks.

Jernmuthia: Yarmouth, Norfolk.

Jerouallae: Jervaulx, Yorks.

Joriuallis: Jervaulx, Yorks.

Judaismus: Old Jewry, London.

Jugantes. See Brigantes.

Jugo Dei, de: Jude or Gray, a Cistercian Abbey, co. Meath, a cell of Holme Coltram.

Jugum Fraxinetum: Ashridge, Bucks.

Julia Strata: A Roman road in South Wales, from Newport to Caerleon, Caerwent, and the Wye.

Julianus Pons: Julian Bridge, Wimborne Minster.

Juliocenon. See Tunnocelum.

Jumanius. See Eidumania.

Juuerna: Ireland.


K.

Kaerperis:
Porchester, Hants.

Kanna: Calne, Wilts.

Kanus Flu.: River Ken, or Kent, Westmoreland.

Karintona: Catherington, Hants.

Karlegion: Chester.

Karlenefordia: Carlingford, Louth, Ireland.

Katenessa, Kathenessia: Caithness, Scotland.

Katinensis: Of Caithness.

Kauna: Calne, Wilts.

Kenceleia: Hykinselagh, a district in Leinster.

Kenelcunillia: Tirconnel, Ulster.

Keneleonia: Cinel-Eoghain, Ulster.

Keneta Flu.: River Kennet, Berkshire.

Kenintona: Kennington, Kempton.

Keresburga: Carisbrook, Isle of Wight.

Keretica: Ceredigion, a province of South Wales; Cardiganshire.

Kermelum: Cartmel, Lancashire.

Kerriensis Comitatus: County of Kerry, Ireland.

Kerrigia: Kerry.

Kesteuena: Kesteven, a division of Lincolnshire.

Kiemela: Keymer, Sussex.

Kilchennia, Kilchennium: Kilkenny, Leinster, Ireland.

Kildabewensis: Of Killaloe, Ireland.

Kildareuensis: Of Killaloe (?).

Kildaria: Kildare, Ireland.

Killathensis: Of Killalla, Ireland.

Kilmalochum: Killmallock, Limerick.

Kilmora: Kilmore, co. Cavan, Ireland.

Kinardeferia: Kinardferry, Axholm.

Kinebantum Castrum: Kimbolton Castle, Hunts.

Kinetus fluvius: R. Kennet.

Kirchuallum: Kirkwall, Orkney Islands.

Kirketona: Kirton, Lincolnshire.

Koila. See Coualia.

Korcensis: Of Cork.

Kubii Castrum: Holyhead.

Kyenfernensis: Of Clonfert (?).

Kyma: Kyme, Yorks.

Kynlathensis: Of Killalla.

Kynemeresforda: Kempsford, Wilts.

Kyrieleyson: Odorney Abbey, Kerry.

Kyuela: Keevil, Wilts.


L.

Laberus:
Killare Castle, Westmeath, Ireland.

Lacra: Castle Acre, Norfolk.

Lactodorum, Lactorodum: Towcester, Northants; Stony Stratford, Bucks; Bicester, Oxfordshire; Bedford; or Loughborough or Lutterworth, Leicestershire.

Ladeni. See Gadeni.

Ladensis Episcopatus: The bishopric of Killalla, co. Mayo, Ireland.

Laentonia: Lanthony.

Laetus Locus: Netley, Hants.

Lagecium: Castleford, near Pontefract, Yorks.

Lagenia. See Laginia.

Lagentium. See Lagecium.

Laghlinum: Leighlin, co. Carlow, Ireland.

Laginia: Leinster, Ireland.

Lagubalium. See Luguvallum.

La Hyda: Hyde, Hants.

Lamea, Lamheya, Lamitha, Lamithus, Lampheia: Lambeth, Surrey.

Lamyrii Montes: Lammermuir Hill, Scotland.

Lancastra, Lancastria: Lancaster.

Landa: Launde, Leicestershire.

Landava: Llandaff, Glamorganshire.

Landinium: London.

Lanelvensis: Of Llanelwy, i.e. St. Asaph, Wales.

Langanum promontorium. See Canganorum.

Langeleia: Langley.

Lanhondenum: Lanthony, Monmouthshire.

Lanhondenum Claudianum: Lanthony, Gloucestershire.

Lania: Lancashire.

Lanicolae: Lancashire men.

Lannotaua: Llandaff, Glamorganshire.

Lanstuphadonia, Lanstauentum: Launceston, Cornwall.

Lantodhenia: Llanthony, Monmouthshire.

Lantonia: Llanthony, Monmouthshire.

Laodonia: Lothian.

Laonia: Killaloe, co. Tipperary.

Lapis Tituli: Stonor, in the Isle of Thanet, Kent.

Lathelada: Lechlade, Gloucestershire.

Latisaquensis: Lewes, Sussex.

Latum Bulgium. See Blatum Bulgium.

Lauatres, Lauatris, Lauaris: Bowes, North Riding of Yorkshire; or Barnard Castle, Durham.

Laudenia, Laudonia: Lauden, or Lothian, Scotland.

Lawedra: Lauder, Berwickshire.

Lecefelda: Lichfield, Staffordshire.

Lechenlada, Lechelada: Lechlade, Gloucestershire.

Lechlinia: Leighlin, co. Carlow, Ireland.

Lectoceto. See Etocetum.

Ledanum Castrum: Leeds Castle, Kent.

Ledesia: Leeds, Yorkshire.

Ledone: Dunbar.

Legacestra: Chester.

Legacestria, Legecestria: Leicester.

Lege Dei, B. V. M. de: Leix Abbey, Queen's co.

Legeolium: Pontefract, Castleford, Goole, or Ferrybridge, Yorks. See Lagecium.

Legercestria: Leicester.

Leghelensis, Leghglensis: Of Leighlin.

Legio VI Victrix: York.

Legio XX Victrix: Chester.

Legionum Urbs: Chester; Caerleon.

Legoria: Leicester.

Legra: River Soar, Leicestershire.

Legrecastrum: Leicester.

Legrecestria: Leicester; Chester.

Lehecestria: Leicester.

Leicestria: Leicester.

Leis: Leix, Leixlip, co. Kildare, Ireland.

Lelannonius, Lelamnonius Sinus: Loch Fyne.

Lelienus Flu.: River Rother, Kent.

Lemana Flu.: The Rother, Kent; the Loman, Devon.

Lemanis portus, Lemauio: Lympne, Kent.

Lemaus: Lympne, Kent; Lynn, Norfolk.

Lena: Monkland, Hereford.

Lenes: Lessness, Kent.

Leofense Coenobium: Leominster, Herefordshire.

Leofrici Villa: Leverington, Cambridgeshire.

Leogereceastria: Leicester.

Leogoria: Leicester.

Leogus: Lewis, one of the Hebrides.

Leonense Coenobium: Leominster.

Leonis: Lothian.

Leonis Castrum: Lyons, alias Holt Castle, Denbighshire.

Leonis Monasterium: Leominster, Herefordshire.

Leouechenora: Lewknor, Oxfordshire.

Leouense Coenobium: Leominster.

Lesinae: Lesnes or Lessness, Kent.

Lesmoria: Lismore, co. Waterford.

Lestinga: Lastingham, Yorks,

Lesua: Lewes, Sussex.

Letha: Leith, co. Edinburgh.

Lethglensis: Of Leighlin, co. Carlow.

Leuarum. See Leucarum.

Leuca: River Low.

Leucarum: Glastonbury, Somerset; Loughor, Glamorganshire; or Llandybi, Caermarthenshire.

Leucobibia. See Lucopibia.

Leucomago. See Verlucio.

Leuena: River Leven, Lancashire.

Leugosena: River Loughor, South Wales.

Leuinia: Lennox, Stirlingshire.

Leuinus: River Leven, Scotland.

Leuiodanum: Livingstone, Linlithgow.

Leuioxana: Lennox.

Leuissa: Lewis Island, Hebrides.

Leuisum: Lewes, Sussex.

Lewae: Lewes.

Lewensis: Of Lewes.

Leya: Canon Leigh, Burlescombe, Devon.

Liar Flu.: River Liver, Lancashire.

Libaeus: Sligo Bay.

Libnius: River Liffey, Ireland.

Licestria: Leicester.

Licetfelda, Lichfeldia: Lichfield, Staffordshire.

Lichia: Leach, Gloucestershire.

Lichinus Campus: Lichfield.

Liddenus Flu.: River Leadon, Herefordshire.

Lideforda: Lydford, Devon.

Lidocollina: Lincoln.

Ligea: River Lea.

Ligeria: Leicester.

Ligrecastrum: Leicester.

Limenus: R. Rother, Kent.

Limericum: Limerick, Ireland.

Limes Praetorius: Gravesend, Kent.

Limnos, Limnus: Dalkey Isle, or Lambay Isle, Dublin.

Limodomus: Limehouse, near London.

Limonius Mons: Plinlimmon, Cardiganshire.

Limpida Sylva: Sherwood Forest, Notts.

Lincolinum, Lincolnia, Lindecolina: Lincoln.

Lindeseia: Lindsey, Lincolnshire.

Lindicolinum: Lincoln.

Lindis: River Witham, Lincolnshire.

Lindisfari: Lindsey.

Lindisfarnea, Lindisfarnum: Holy Island, or Farn Isle, on the coast of Northumberland.

Lindisgia, Lindisi: Lindsey, Lincolnshire.

Lindisseia: Lindsey.

Lindocollinum: Lincoln.

Lindonium: Lincoln; London.

Lindum, Lindum Colonia: Lincoln. See Lincolinum.

Lindum Damniorum: Linlithgow, or Ardoch, Perth.

Linia: Bardsey Island, Caernarvonshire.

Liniennus: River Rother, Kent.

Linum Regis: King's Lynn, Norfolk.

Linus: River Lin, Nots.

Liserpalus: Liverpool, Lancashire.

Lisia. See Lissia.

Lismora: Lismore, co. Waterford.

Lismoria: Lismore, Argyleshire; Lismore, co. Waterford.

Lissia: The Wolf Rock, or the Seven Stones, between the Scilly Islands and the Cornish coast.

Litana: Linlithgow.

Litecota: Littlecote, Wilts.

Litinomago: Linlithgow.

Littus Altum: Roxburgh.

Littus Saxonicum: Eastern and southern coasts of Britain.

Llanlienis: Leominster, Herefordshire.

Locherinum stagnum: Lough Owel, Westmeath.

Locus Benedictus: Stanlawe, Cheshire.

Locus Dei: Hethorp, Gloucestershire; Hinton Charterhouse, Somerset.

Lodanum Castrum: Leeds Castle, Kent.

Lodeneium, Lodoneium, Lodonis (dat.): The Lothians, Scotland.

Loegria: England between Humber and Severn.

Loennais: Lothian.

Logi: A tribe in Sutherland and Strathnairn.

Logia Flu.: River Bann, which flows north from Lough Neagh. Camden applies the name to Lough Foyle.

Logus: River Llugwy, Wales.

Loidis: Lothian.

Lokerleia: Lockerley, Hants.

Lomandus. See Lomundus.

Lombormora: Lammermoor, Midlothian.

Lomea: The Goodwin Sands.

Lomithis: Lambeth.

Lomulla: Lemallyon, Cornwall.

Lomundus: Loch Lomond.

Lonais: Lothian.

Loncastria: Lancaster.

Londa: Launde, Leicestershire.

Londinia, Londinium, Londinia Augusta: London.

Londino-Deria: Londonderry, Ireland.

Londinum, Londonia, Londoniae: London.

Longa Leta: Longleat, Wilts.

Longouicariorum, Longouico: Launchester, or Chester-le-Street, Durham; or Lancaster.

Longum Aestuarium: Loch Linnhe, Argyleshire.

Longus Pons: Longbridge, Gloucestershire.

Loonia: Lothian.

Louentinum: Powysland, in Wales. See also Luentinum.

Lounecastra: Lancaster.

Loxa: River Lossie, Elgin; or the Loth, Sutherland.

Loxa Civitas: Inverlochy, Scotland.

Luceni: The people of West Munster.

Lucga: River Lugg, Herefordshire.

Lucopibia: Whitherne, Galloway. See Candida Casa.

Lucus Benedictus: Stanlawe Abbey, Cheshire.

Luda: Louth, Ireland, Louth, Linc.; Ludlow.

Luddolocus, Ludelawa: Ludlow, Shropshire.

Luentinum: Llanddewybrefy, Cardiganshire.

Lugas: River Lug, Herefordshire.

Lugdunum: Louth, Ireland.

Lugensis: Of Louth, Ireland.

Lughbelunensis: Of Louth, Ireland.

Lugi: People in the north of Scotland.

Luguballia, Luguballium: Carlisle, or Plumpton Wall, Cumberland.

Lugundinum: Lanchester, Durham.

Luguuallum: Carlisle, Cumberland. See Luguballia.

Luia: Louth (?).

Luia: River Lea, Herts.

Lumbricus: Limerick.

Lummalea: Lumley, Durham.

Lumniacum, Lumpniacum: Limerick.

Luna: Lynn, Norfolk.

Lunda: Monk Bretton, Yorks.

Lundinium, Lundonia: London.

Lunia: Lancashire.

Lutudarum: Tapton, near Chesterfield, Derbyshire.

Lutum: Louth, Ireland.

Luua: Louth County, Ireland.

Luueth: Louth (?), Ireland.

Luuius: River Lee, Cork.

Lychefeldia: Lichfield, Staffordshire.

Lyssa: Liss, Hants.


M.

Macatonion:
The same as Ariconium.

Machui: Mayo, Ireland.

Macolicum: Mallow, co. Cork, Ireland.

Madus: Maidstone, Kent, or Strood. See Vagniacae.

Maeatae: People living near the Wall of Antonine.

Magesetae: The people of Radnorshire, or Herefordshire.

Magiouinium, Magiouintum: Dunstable or Ashwell, Beds; or Fenny Stratford, or Aylesbury, Bucks.

Magis: Pierce Bridge, Durham, or Lonsdale Hundred, Lanc.

Magium: Nenay, co. Cork.

Maglonae, Maglouae: Machynlleth, Montgomeryshire; Greta Bridge, Yorks; or Lancaster.

Magnis: Bowness, Cumberland; Caervoran or Chester-in-the-Wall, near Haltwhistle, Northumberland; Kenchester, or Old Radnor, Herefordshire.

Magnitum. See Magiouinium.

Magnus Portus: Portsmouth.

Maia: May Island, in the Firth of Forth.

Maidulphi Curia, Maidulphi Urbs: Malmesbury, Wilts.

Maigonensis: Of Mayo, Ireland.

Mailenia: Maelienydd, a province in Powys, North Wales.

Mailoria Wallica: Maylor, Flintshire.

Maina Flu.: The Mintern, Dorset.

Maionensis: Of Mayo.

Malaca: Isle of Mull.

Mala Platea: Near Wenlock, Shropshire.

Malbanus Vicus, Vicus Malbus: Wyz Mauban, Nantwich, Cheshire.

Malcolicum: Mallow, co. Cork.

Maldunense Coenobium: Malmesbury Abbey, Wilts.

Malea Platea: Ill Street, Cheshire.

Malesbergia: Marlborough, Wilts.

Maleos: Isle of Mull, west of Scotland.

Malmesbiria: Malmesbury.

Malum Oppidum: Yeovil, Somerset.

Malus Passus: Malpas, Cheshire.

Maluerna, Maluernia, Maluernum: Malvern, Worcestershire.

Mameceastra: Manchester, Lancashire.

Mamucium: Manchester.

Manapia: Wicklow, or Wexford, Ireland.

Manaui. See Meneuia.

Mancunium: Manchester.

Manduessedum: Mancetter, or Kenilworth, Warwickshire.

Mania, Manna, Mannia: The Isle of Man.

Mannechestria: Mancetter, Warwickshire.

Mantauis: St. David's, Pembrokeshire.

Mantio: Manchester.

Manucium: Manchester.

Mara, Foresta de: Delamere Forest, Cheshire.

Marawuda: Marwood, Durham.

Marchenium: Roxburgh.

Marchia: March, or Mers, Scotland.

Marchia Walliae: The Marches or Borders of Wales.

Marchidunum: Roxburgh.

Marcotaxon: A town north of the Wall of Antonine.

Mare Britannicum: The English Channel.

Mare Caledonium: The Scotch Sea.

Mare Hibernicum: The Irish Channel.

Mare Sabrinianum: The Severn Sea.

Mare Virginium, Verginium: The sea on the south of Ireland.

Margaberga: Marlborough, Wilts.

Margidunum, Margitudum: East Bridgeford, Notts; or Mount Sorrel, Leicestershire.

Maridunum: Caermarthen.

Mariscallia: The Marshalsea, London.

Marlebrigia: Marlborough.

Marnia: Mearns, Kincardine, Scotland.

Marria: Marr, Aberdeen, Scotland.

Martona: Merton, Surrey.

Masona: A town probably in Devonshire.

Massamensis Pons: Masham Bridge, Yorks.

Matillis Castellum: Painscastle, Herefordshire.

Matouion: A town north of the Wall of Antonine.

Mauditi Castrum: St. Mawe's Castle, Cornwall.

Maulion: A town north of the Wall of Antonine.

Mauordina: Marden, Herefordshire.

Mauia: River Maw, Merionethshire.

Mauritanea: probably Llanbadarn Vaur, Cardiganshire.

Mauthia: Meath, Ireland.

Maxima Caesariensis: Province of Britain, north of the Humber and Ribble, and south of Tyne; or the Scotch Highlands, north of the Wall of Severus.

Mealdunum: Maldon, Essex.

Mealmesbiria: Malmesbury.

Mealtuna: Malton, Yorks.

Meandari. See Meanuari.

Meanuari: A tribe living in Hampshire, whose name remains in Estmeon and Westmeon Hundreds.

Mearlsberga: Marlborough, Wilts.

Meatae: People of Lothian.

Meaudunum: Maldon, Essex.

Medeguaia: River Medway.

Medena: Newport, Isle of Wight.

Medeshamstundensis: Of Peterborough, Northants.

Media: County of Meath, Ireland.

Mediamnis: Medmenham, Bucks.

Medimna: Christchurch, Hants.

Mediolanium: Middleham, Yorks.

Mediolanum: Llanvyllin or Meifod, Montgomery; or Nantwich, Cheshire; Drayton, Whitchurch, or Bearstone, Shropshire; or Chesterton, Warwickshire.

Mediomanum: The same as Mediolanum, or Maentwrog, Merionethshire.

Medionemeton: On the Wall of Antonine.

Mediterranei Angli: People of the Midland Counties.

Medius Vicus: Middlewich, Cheshire.

Meduaga, Medweacus: River Medway.

Mela: Isle of Mull.

Melamon: In Devonshire.

Melanclani, Melanchlani: People of the Scilly Islands.

Melduna: Maldon, Essex.

Meldunum: Malmesbury, Wiltshire.

Melesburia: Melbury, Dorset.

Melezo: In Dorset.

Mella monasterium: Meaux Abbey, Yorks.

Mellifons: Mellifont, Louth.

Melsa: Meaux, Yorks.

Memanturum: A town north of the Wall of Antonine.

Menan: Meneg, Cornwall.

Menapii: Tribe inhabiting Wexford.

Menauia: Isle of Man.

Menes: Meon, Hants.

Meneuia: St. David's, Pembrokeshire.

Menna: Meneg, Cornwall.

Menstra: Minster, Kent.

Mentae: People on the Scotch Border. See Meatae.

Meodewega: River Medway.

Mercia: Middle part of England.

Mercii: Inhabitants of Mercia.

Merionithia: Merionethshire.

Merleberga: Marlborough, Wilts.

Merleberia, Merlebrigia: Marlborough.

Merscum: Marske, Yorks.

Mersia: River Mersey, Cheshire.

Mertae: Tribe inhabiting Sutherland.

Meruinia: Merionethshire.

Metaris Aestuarium: The Wash, Norfolk.

Meuania: Isle of Man; Anglesey.

Miba: midhurst, Sussex.

Mecelnia, Michennia, Michlania: Muchelney, Somerset.

Mictis. See Ictis.

Mida: Meath, Ireland.

Midcelania: Muchelney, Somerset.

Middlesexia: Middlesex.

Midia: Meath.

Mildeshala: Mildenhall, Suffolk.

Mildetunensis: Of Middleton, Dorset.

Milfordiensis Portus: Milford Haven.

Milidunum: same as Meldunum (?).

Milidunum: In Devonshire.

Milleferda: Milford, Pembrokeshire.

Miluerdicus Portus: Milford Haven.

Minarii Montes: Mendip Hills, Somerset.

Mincheneleya: Canonleigh, Burlescombe, Devon.

Mineruae Insula: Peninsula of Morvern, Argyleshire.

Mira Vallis: Merevale, Warwickshire.

Mirmanton: According to Nennius the same as Cair Segeint, which Henry of Huntingdon says is Silchester; but one MS. of Nennius adds, "Id est urbs Eboraca."

Mitfordia: Mitford, Northumberland.

Mochinga: Mucking, Essex.

Modanus: River Liffey, Ireland.

Modarnus: River Mourne; once applied to the Foyle.

Moina: Man.

Molis Flu.: The Mole, Surrey.

Momonia: Province of Munster, Ireland.

Mona: Anglesey.

Mona Ulterior: Isle of Man.

Monachodunum: Monkton, Yorks.

Monachopolis: Newcastle-on-Tyne (Munekeceastre).

Monaaeda, Monapia: The Isle of Man.

Monasterium Cornutum: Hornchurch, Essex.

Monasterium Hederosum: Ivychurch, Wilts.

Monega: Anglesey.

Monemuta: Monmouth.

Monia: Anglesey; Man.

Monmuthia: Monmouth.

Monocotona: Monkton, Kent.

Monomia. See Momonia.

Monouaga: Monmouth.

Mons Acutus: Montacute, Somerset.

Mons Altus: Mold, Flintshire.

Mons Arenosus: Sandon, Herts.

Mons Dives: Richmond, Surrey.

Mons Dolorus: Stirling.

Mons Draconis: Mount Drake, Devon.

Mons Gaudius. See Mons Jouis.

Mons Gomericus: Montgomery.

Mons Grampius: Grampian Hills.

Mons Jouis: Mountjoy, or Monge, Norfolk.

Mons Michaelis: St. Michael's Mount, Cornwall.

Mons Rosarum: Montrose, Forfarshire.

Mons S. Andreae: Sallay, or Sawley, Yorks.

Mons Solis: Bath.

Mont Dolerus, Chastel de: Montrose.

Montaccola: Near Caermarthen.

Monte Gilberti, Foresta de: The Wrekin, Shropshire.

Montgomeria: Montgomery.

Monumethia: Monmouth.

Mora: More, Shropshire.

Moravia: Moray or Murray, Scotland.

Morbium: Moresby, Cumberland; Hornsea, or Temple Brough, Yorkshire.

Morda: River Meole (?), which joins the Severn near Shrewsbury.

Moricamba, Moricambe Aestuarium: Morecambe Bay, Lancashire.

Moridunum: Seaton, or Honiton, Devon; Eggerton, Dorset.

Morpitium: Morpeth, Northumberland.

Morsiburgus: Bridgenorth, Shropshire.

Mortuus Lacus: Mortlake, Surrey.

Mucletona: Mickleton.

Mula: Isle of Mull, west coast of Scotland.

Munekacastra: Newcastle-on-Tyne, Northumberland.

Munemuta: Monmouth.

Munus: River Monnow, which divides Herefordshire from Monmouthshire.

Murevia: Moray, Scotland.

Muridunum. See Moridunum.

Muridunum: Caermarthen.

Murimintum, Muriuindum: Silchester, Hants.

Murionio: In Dorset.

Murotriges. See Durotriges.

Murrevia: Moray, Scotland.

Murthlacum: Murtley, Aberdeen.

Murus: River Vere, Herts.

Murus Picticus: The Picts' Wall. See Hadriani Murus.

Muscomaria: Mossdale Moor, Yorks.

Mussalburgum: Musselburgh, co. Edinburgh.

Mutuantonis: Lewes, Sussex; Whitewalls, Wilts.

Mygensis: Of Mayo, Ireland.


N.

Nabaeus.
See Navaeus.

Naeomagus. See Neomagus; Nouiomagus.

Naesbeia: Naseby, Northants.

Nagnata: Sligo, or Limerick.

Nalcua: The same as Galleua.

Nanaeus. See Nauaeus.

Nantouicum: Nantwich, Cheshire.

Nasense Castrum: Naas, Kildare.

Nasi Enei Collegium: Brasenose College, Oxford.

Nauaeus: River Naver, Scotland.

Nauesbia: Naseby, Northants.

Naurum: The Nadder, Wilts; the Naver, Sutherland.

Nautgallum: Walbrook, London.

Nauticus Sinus: Rotherhithe.

Neagora: Newmarket.

Meddercota: Nethercote, Oxfordshire.

Nemedus: Barrymore, near Cork.

Nemetotacio: A town in Cornwall.

Nemus Aquilinum: Elstree, Herts.

Nemus Boreale: North-hall, Herts.

Neomagus: Buckingham. See also Nouiomagus.

Neoportus: Newport, Isle of Wight; Newport, Essex.

Neoportus Paganellicus: Newport Pagnell, Bucks.

Neorus: Lagan Water, Ulster.

Nerigon Insula: Isle of Lewes.

Neslandia: West of Scotland.

Neuarca, Newerca: Newark, Notts.

Nicholia, Nicole: Lincoln.

Nicolesciria: Lincolnshire.

Nidum: Portbury, Somerset; Neath, Glamorganshire.

Nidus: River Nid, Yorks.

Nigera: Blakeney, Norfolk.

Nincolia: Lincoln.

Niomagus. See Nouiomagus.

Nithia: Nidisdale, Scotland.

Niuburia: Newbury, Berks.

Niuicollini: Snowdon Mountain, Caernarvonshire.

Niwebota: Newbottle, Durham.

Niweburia: Newbury, Berks.

Nobius. See Nouius.

Nocteleia: Nutley, Bucks.

Nordhumbra, Nordhumbria: Northumberland.

Nordoricum: Norton Hall, Yorks.

Nordouicum: Norwich.

Nordouolca: Norfolk.

Norflita: Northfleet, Kent.

Norhamtuna: Northampton.

Norhantescira: Northamptonshire.

Norhumbria: Northumberland.

Northaluertonia: Northallerton, Yorks.

Northamptonia, Northamtuna: Northampton. See Bannavenna.

Northanimbria: Northumberland.

Northantonia: Northampton.

Northimbria: Northumberland.

Northumbria: Northumberland.

Northwicum: Norwich.

Northymbria: Northumberland.

Nortmannabia: Normanby, Yorks.

Nortobricum: Norton Hall, Yorks.

Nortouicum: Northwich, Cheshire.

Noruicum: Norwich.

Norwallia: North Wales.

Norwicia, Norwicus: Norwich.

Notium Promontorium: Mizen Head, Wicklow, Ireland.

Nottingamia: Nottingham.

Noua Aula: Newhall, Essex.

Noua Porta: Newgate, London.

Noua Terra: Newland, Gloucestershire.

Noua Villa: Newton, co. Down.

Nouantii, Nouantae, Nouantes: The inhabitants of Galloway, Carrick, and Arran.

Nouantum Promontorium, Nouantum Chersonesus: Mull of Galloway; Cockermouth.

Nouia: River Rother, Sussex.

Nouiodunum: Newenden, Kent.

Nouiomagus, Nouiomagnus: Woodcote, Surrey; Chichester; Holwood Hill, Keston, or near Plumstead, Kent.

Nouius Flu.: River Nid, Scotland. See also Conouium.

Nouum Castellum, Nouum Castrum: Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland; Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire.

Nouum Forum, Nouum Mercatum: Newmarket, Cambridgeshire.

Nouum Oppidum sub Lima: Newcastle-under-Lyme.

Nouum Oppidum super Tinam: Newcastle-on-Tyne.

Nouus Burgus: Newport, Isle of Wight; Newport, Monmouthshire; Newhaven or Rye, Sussex; Newbury, Berks; Newburgh, Yorks; a Benedictine convent near Llandaff.

Nouus Locus: Newark, or New Place, near Guildford; Newstead, Notts.

Nouus Portus: Newport; Newhaven, Kent; Rye, Sussex.

Nuba: Midhurst, Sussex. See Miba.

Nubiria, Nuburia: Newbury, Berks.

Nulla Ejusmodi, Nulli Par, Nulli Secunda: Nonsuch, Surrey.


O.

Oboca Flu.:
River Avoca, Ireland.

Occidua Wallia: Cornwall.

Oceanus Verginius: The Irish Ocean.

Ocellum Promontorium: Spurnhead, Holderness, Yorks.

Ocetis: Shetland, Pentland, Skerries.

Ochthe Hupsele: Ord of Caithness.

Ocite: Baz Island on the West of Ireland (Bear Isle, Bantry Bay?).

Ockhamptonia: Okehampton, Devon.

Ockus: River Okement, Devon.

Ocrinum, Ocrium Promontorium: Lizard Point, Cornwall.

Octapitarum Promontorium: St. David's Head, Pembrokeshire.

Odrona: Idrone, co. Carlow.

Oestrymnicus Sinus: Mount's Bay, Cornwall.

Oestrymnides Insulae: Scilly Island.

Offalaia: Offaly, co. Kildare.

Offedena: Howden, Yorks.

Offelana: Offaly.

Offelawa: Offlow, Staffordshire.

Oissereia: Ossory, Ireland.

Okesseta: Oxshot, Surrey.

Olanega: Olney, Bucks.

Oleiclauis: Ogle Castle, Northumberland.

Olenacum: Old Carlisle, or Ellenborough, Cumberland; Ilkley, Yorks.

Olerica: Ilkirk, Cumberland.

Olfinum: Elphin, co. Roscommon, Ireland.

Olicana: Ilkley, or Halifax, Yorks.

Omire: Southampton.

Omnium Sanctorum ad Foenum Parochia: Allhallows the Great, London.

Omnium Sanctorum de Barking: Allhallows, Barking, London.

Omnium Sanctorum Garscherch: Allhallows, Lombard Street.

Omnium Sanctorum in Mellis Viculo: Allhallows, Honey Lane, London.

Omnium Sanctorum in Vico Longobardico: Allhallows, Lombard Street, London.

Omnium Sanctorum in Vico Pistorum: Allhallows, Bread Street, London.

Omnium Sanctorum Pictorum Delibuentium: Allhallows Staining, London.

Omnium Sanctorum super (or ad) Celarium: Allhallows the Less, London.

Omnium Sanctorum supra Murum: Allhallows-The-Wall, London.

Onna: Andover, or Alton, Hants.

Onno. See Hunnum.

Ophelania: Offaly, Leinster.

Ora: Ore, Sussex.

Orcades Insulae: The Orkney Islands.

Orcaneia: Orkney.

Orcas Promontorium: Dunnet Head, Caithness.

Orchadia. See Orcades.

Ordeuices, Ordolucae: People of North Wales.

Ordouicae: Tribe near Berwick.

Ordouicum: Norwich. See Nordouicum.

Orkeneia: Orkney Islands.

Ormondia: Ormond, Ireland.

Orrhea: Orrock, Fifeshire.

Orsteda: Horsted Keynes, Sussex.

Orus Flu.: River Ore, Suffolk.

Osca: River Usk, Wales.

Oseneia: Oseney, Oxfordshire.

Osseria, Ossoria: Ossory, Ireland.

Ossonia: Oxford.

Ostium Sturae: Stourmouth, Kent.

Ostuthus: River Ystwith, South Wales.

Oswaldeslawa: Osbaldstow, Worcestershire.

Oswaldi Arbor: Oswestry, Shropshire.

Oswaldi Crux: Oswestry.

Oteleia: Otley, Yorks.

Othona: Ithanchester, or Bradwell-juxta-Mare, Essex.

Otreuum: Up Ottery, Devon.

Ottadeni, Ottadini, Ottalini: People on the coast from Tyne to Forth.

Ottanforda: Otford, Kent.

Otthea: Otham, Kent.

Ottodani. See Ottadeni.

Ouedra: River Adder, Berwickshire.

Ousa: River Ouse, Yorks, and Bucks.

Outerini: People of Desmond, Ireland.

Ouinia Insula: Isle of Sheppey, Kent.

Oxebea: Christchurch, Hants.

Oxefordia, Oxenforda: Oxford.

Oxenhala: Oxenhall, Durham.

Oxeneia: Oxney, Lincolnshire.

Oxeria: Ossory, Ireland.

Oxinega: Oxney Isle, Kent.

Oxonia, Oxonium: Oxford.

Oza: River Ouse.


P.

Pagula, Pagula Fleta:
Paules Flete, now Paghill or Paull, Yorks.

Palus Argita: Lough Derg, Ireland.

Palus Salsa: Pwllheli, Caernarvonshire.

Palustris Vicus: Fenchurch Street, London.

Pampocalia: The same as Calcaria.

Pangorensis: Of Bangor.

Panhovius: Penhow (?), Monmouthshire.

Panteneia: Pentney, Norfolk.

Parathalassia: Walsingham, Norfolk.

Parcus Ludus: Louth Park, Lincolnshire.

Parisi: People of Holderness, Yorks.

Parva Cella: A monastery in Ireland.

Parvus Burgus: Littleborough, Notts, and Lancs.

Pascia: Pacey, Leicestershire.

Pasletum, Passeletum: Paisley, Renfrewshire.

Paterni Magni Ecclesia: Llanbadarn Vawr, Cardiganshire.

Patricii Purgatorium: Ellanu Frugadory, on an island in Lough Derg, Donegal.

Pecchum: The Peak, Derbyshire.

Pedicoria: (?).

Pedreda: Penenden Heath, Kent.

Pedridon Flu.: River Parret, Somerset.

Pegelandia: Peakirk, Northants.

Pembrochia, Penbrochia: Pembroke, Wales.

Pencricum: Penkridge, Staffordshire.

Pendinas: Pendennis Castle, Cornwall.

Penguernum: Shrewsbury.

Penlinnia: A place in Merionethshire, the source of the River Dee.

Penmona: Priestholme, Anglesey.

Penna: Penselwood, Somerset; or Stourhead, Wilts.

Pennocrucium: Penkridge, or Lichfield, Staffordshire.

Pennorinum: Penrhyn, Merionethshire; Penryn, Cornwall.

Pente Flu.: River Pant, Essex.

Peonnum: Pen, Somerset. See Penna.

Perscora, Persora: Pershore, Worcestershire.

Perthum: St. Johnstone, or Perth, Scotland.

Peterillus, Peterus Flu.: The Peterill, Cumberland.

Petra Duacensis: Kilmacduagh, co. Clare.

Petra Fertilis: Corcumroe, Clare.

Petriana: Castle Steeds, Plumpton Wall, or Cambeck Fort, Cumberland; Walton House; Lanercost.

Petriburgus, Petroburgum, Petropolis: Peterborough, Northants.

Petuaria: Beverley, or Brough Ferry on the Humber, Yorks.

Peuenesea: Pevensey, Sussex.

Pexa: A town near Dumbarton.

Picalia: Pickhill, Yorks.

Pictauia, Pictandia: The country of the Picts.

Picti: The Picts, a people living north of the Antonine Wall.

Pilais: A town in Cornwall or Devon.

Pilla: Pille, a Benedictine Priory in Stainton, Pembrokeshire.

Pincanhale: Finchale Priory, Durham.

Pinnatis Civitas. See Alata Castra.

Piona Canonicorum: Canon Pyon, or Pewen, Herefordshire.

Piona Regis: King's Pyon.

Pirri, Insula: Ynys Pyr, or Caldey Island, Pembrokeshire.

Piscaria: Fish Street, London.

Piscaria Vetus, Piscenaria: Old Fish Street, London.

Placentia: A palace at Greenwich, built by Humphrey, Duke of Gloucester.

Placeto, Castellum de: Pleshy, Essex.

Plimmuta, Plymutha: Plymouth, Devon.

Pohanlech: Poughley, Berks.

Pohhela: Poughley, Berks.

Pola. See Strata Marcella.

Poleslawa: Polleshoe, Devon.

Poletria: The Poultry, London.

Pomona: Mainland, one of the Orkney Isles.

Pons Aelii: Ponteland, or Newcastle, Northumberland.

Pons Belli: Stamford Bridge, Yorks.

Pons Burgensis, Pons Burgi: Boroughbridge, Yorks.

Pons de Burc: Boroughbirdge.

Pons Episcopi: Bishopsbridge, Lincolnshire.

Pons Ferie: Ferrybridge, Yorks.

Pons Fractus: Pontefract, or Pomfret, Yorks.

Pons Fractus Super Tamisiam: Pomfret, near Stepney Marsh.

Pons Stephani: Lampeter, Cardiganshire.

Pons Vianus: Cowbridge, Glamorgan.

Pontaquinum: Bridgwater, Somerset.

Ponte, de: A house of Dominican firars in Armagh dioc., perhaps at Drogheda.

Pontes: Colnbrook, Old Windsor, Staines, Reading, or Byfleet.

Pontuobici: Cowbridge, Glamorganshire.

Pontus Flu.: The Point, Northumberland.

Populorum Lapis: Folkestone, Kent.

Porcestra: Porchester, Hants.

Poreoclassis: Orrock, Fife; Forfar; or Barry.

Porteseia: Portsca, Hants.

Portesmua, Portesmuda: Portsmouth, Hants.

Portesmutha, Portesmuta: Portsmouth.

Portesoka: The Portsoken, London.

Portlandia: Portland, Dorset.

Portlargium: Waterford, Ireland.

Portlocon: Porlock Bay, Somerset.

Portunia Insula: Isle of Portland, Dorset.

Portuosus Sinus: Sewerby, Yorks.

Portus Adurni: Porchester, Hants; Aldrington, or Old Shoreham, Sussex.

Portus Ammonis: Sandwich, Kent.

Portus Britanniarum: Portsmouth; or Richborough, Kent.

Portus Ecgfridi: Jarrow Slake, Durham.

Portus Lemanis: Lympne, Kent.

Portus Magnus: Portsmouth.

Portus Novus: Rye, Sussex (in the Roman period); Newhaven, Sussex.

Portus Ostium: Portsmouth.

Portus Patrum: Abbey at Enachdune, co. Galway.

Portus Salutis: Cromarty, Scotland.

Portus Sistuntiorum. See Setantiorum Portus.

Pouisia, Powisa, Powisia: Powys, Wales.

Praesidium: The same as Praetorium.

Praesidium Civitas: Camelon, co. Stirling.

Praetorium: Patrington, Broughton, Flamborough, or Hedon, Yorks.

Pratis, S. Maria de: S. Mary de Pré or de la Pré, or S. Mary of Prees.

Prata Domini Regis: Kingsmead, Derbyshire.

Prestona, Prestonium: Preston, Lancashire.

Pridania: For Britannia.

Princiduelo: Prittlewell, Essex.

Pritannia: For Britannia.

Priuotes Flu.: River Privet, Hants.

Procolitia: Prudhoe Castle, or Carrawburgh, Northumberland.

Profundum Vadum: Deptford.

Pteroton Stratopedon: Edinburgh. See Alata Castra.

Puellarum Castrum: Edinburgh.

Pulchra Vallis: Beauvale, Notts.

Pulchrum Vadum: Fairford, Gloucestershire.

Pulchrum Visu: Belvoir, Leicestershire.

Pulla. See Pilla.

Punctuobice: Cowbridge, Glamorganshire.

Purocoranauis: A town in Cornwall or Devon.

Putewurtha: Petworth, Sussex.

Puttenega: Putney, Surrey.

Pyonia. See Piona.


Q.

Quadraria, Quarrera, Quarera:
Quarre, Wight.

Quentona: Quinton, Northants.


R.

Roctomessa:
River Racon.

Radecotanus Pons: Radcot Bridge, Oxon.

Rademora: Radmore, Staffordshire.

Radenawra, Radenoura: Radnor.

Radinge: Reading, Berks.

Radnoria: Radnor.

Raedinga: Reading.

Raga, Ragae: Leicester; Retford.

Raganeia: Rayleigh, Essex.

Ramense: Of Ramsey.

Ramesburia: Ramsbury, Wilts.

Ramesia, Rameseya: Ramsey, Hunts.

Ranatonium. See Rhetigonium.

Randuaria: Renfrew.

Rapa, Rapotum: Raphoe, Donegal, Ireland.

Ratae: Leicester; Ratby, or Brinklow, Warwickshire.

Ratecorion. See Ratae.

Rathpotensis, Rathpothensis: Of Raphoe, Donegal, Ireland.

Ratostabius. See Rhatostathybius.

Ratupis. See Rutupae.

Rauenatone: A town in Cornwall or Devon.

Rauendala: Ravensworth, Durham (?).

Rauimagum. See Nouiomagus.

Rauius: River Erne, Connaught.

Rauonia: A town probably in Cumberland.

Rebodunum: Ribchester, Lancashire.

Reculsum: Reculver, Kent.

Redingum: Reading, Berks.

Redmella: Rodmell, Sussex.

Regaina Insula: Isle of Arran.

Regalis Locus: Riallieu, Rewley, Oxon.

Regata: Reigate, Surrey.

Regentium. See Regnum.

Reginae Burgus: Queenborough, Kent.

Regiodunum Hullinum: Kingston-upon-Hull, Yorks.

Regiodunum Thamesinum: Kingston-upon-Thames.

Regis Burgus: Queenborough, Kent.

Regis Comitatus: King's County, Ireland.

Regni: People of Surrey, Sussex, and the sea coast of Hampshire.

Regni Sylva: Ringwood, Hants.

Regnum: Ringwood, Hants; Chichester, or Steyning, Sussex.

Regulbium: Reculver, Kent.

Reguli Fanum: St. Andrews, also called Kirkrule and Kilrule.

Reodburna: Rodburne, Wilts.

Reofhoppa: Ryhope, Durham.

Reopadunum: Repton, Derbyshire.

Repandunum: Repton.

Retha: Ryde, Isle of Wight.

Reuedala. See Rauendala.

Rhaeba: Rheban or Rheib, Queen's County, Ireland.

Rhage: Leicester.

Rhatostathybius Flu.: River Taff, Glamorganshire, Wye, or Ogmoor.

Rhauius. See Rauius.

Rhedus Flu.: River Read, Northumberland.

Rhemnius: River Remny, Glamorganshire.

Rherigonius Sinus: Loch Ryan, or Luce Bay.

Rhesi Civitas: Rochester, Kent.

Rhetigonium: Barlan or Stranraer, Galloway.

Rhibellus Flu.: The Ribble, Lancashire.

Rhicina: Isle of Rum, or Rathlin. See Richina.

Rhigia: Limerick, Ireland; Railstown, Tipperary.

Rhigodunum: Ribchester, Warrington, or Manchester.

Rhitubi Portus, Rhitupis Portus: Richborough or Sandwich, Kent. See Rutupae.

Rhius: River Rye, Yorkshire.

Rhobodunum. See Rhigodunum.

Rhobogdii: People of Donegal, Ireland.

Rhobogdium Promontorium: Fair Foreland, now called Malin Head, co. Donegal.

Rhofi Civitas: Rochester, Kent.

Rhutubi, Rhutupiae. See Rutupae.

Richala: Riccal, Yorks.

Richemundia, Richmondia: Richmond, Yorks; also Richmond, Surrey.

Richina, Ricina, Ricinia, Ricnea: Rathlin Isle, co. Antrim; or Rum, one of the Hebrides.

Ridumo. See Moridunum.

Riduna. See Richina.

Rievallensis: Of Rievaulx, Yorkshire.

Rigia. See Rhigia.

Rigmundia: St. Andrews. See Fanum Reguli.

Rigodunum: Richmond, Yorks; Ripon, Yorks; Ribchester, Lancashire.

Ripa: River Ribble.

Ripa Alta: Ordhill, near Findhorn.

Ripa Regine: Queenhithe.

Ripadium, Ripandunum: Repton, Derbyshire.

Riparia Regine: Queenhithe.

Ripensis: Of Ripon.

Ripodunum, Ripodum: Ripon, Yorks.

Ritupis Portus. See Rutupae.

Rius: Rye, Sussex.

Roberti Pons, Robertinus Pons: Robert's Bridge, Sussex.

Roboretum, Campus Roborum: Derry, Ireland.

Rochesburga: Roxburgh.

Rodecotanus Pons: Radcot Bridge, Oxfordshire.

Rodolanum: Rhuddlan, Flintshire.

Roesperra: Rusper, Sussex.

Roffa: Rochester, Kent.

Roibus. See Roffa.

Roisiae Oppidum, Villa de Cruce Roesiae: Royston, Cambridgeshire.

Rokesburga: Roxburgh.

Rosae Castellum: Rose Castle, Cumberland.

Roscomia: Roscommon.

Rosea Vallis: Monaster-evin, Ireland (Ware I. 455); Ross Glass, co Kildare.

Rosenensis: Of Ross, Scotland.

Rosensis: Of Ross, Ireland; of Rhos, Pembrokeshire.

Rossa, Roscrea: Ross, Wexford County, Ireland.

Rossia: Rosse Land, Cornwall; Ross, Herefordshire; Ross, Scotland; Rhos, Pembrokeshire.

Rotelandia: Rutland.

Rothelanum: Rhuddlan, Flintshire.

Rothesia: Rothesay, Isle of Bute, west coast of Scotland.

Rotibis: Rochester or Maidstone, Kent.

Rouecestria: Rochester.

Rouensis: Of Rochester.

Rouia: River Rother, Sussex.

Rowleia: Rothley Temple, Leicestershire.

Ruber Cliuus: Redcliffe, or Ratcliffe, near London.

Ruda: Routh, Yorks.

Ruelega: Rowley Regis, Staffordshire.

Rugnitunia, Ruitonia: Ryton-upon-Dunsmoor, Warwickshire.

Rumabo Civitas: Drumburgh Castle, Cumberland.

Rumeseia: Romsey, Hants.

Rupa: Roch, Pembrokeshire.

Rupe, de: Roche, an Abbey in Yorks.

Rupes Fergusii: Carrickfergus, Ireland.

Rupis Aurea: Goldcliffe, Monmouthshire.

Ruscomia: Roscommon, Ireland.

Ruthunia: Ruthin, Denbighshire.

Rutlandia: Rutland.

Rutunia. See Rugnitunia; Rutunium.

Rutunium: Wem, Shropshire; Chesterton, Staffordshire; Rowton, Shropshire.

Rutupae, Rutupi, Rutupiae, Ritupis Portus: Richborough, Kent; or Sandwich.

Rutupinum littus: The coast between the North and South Forelands, Kent.

Ruturugum Stagnum: Bay of Dundrum, County Down.


S.

Sabaudia:
The Savoy, London.

Sabriana, Sabrina: River Severn.

Sabulovicum: Sandwich, Kent.

Sacana: River Shannon, Ireland.

Sacra Capilla: Halifax, Yorks.

Sacra Insula: Holy Isle, Northumberland.

Sacra Sylva: Halifax, Yorks.

Sacrum Nemus: Halywood Monastery, Galloway.

Sacrum Promontorium: Greenore Point, or Carnsore Point, Wexford.

Sadberga: Sadberge, Durham.

Safteberia: Shaftesbury, Dorset.

Salebeia: Selby, Yorks.

Salenae: Chesterton, nead Sandy, Beds.

Salesburia: Salisbury, Wilts.

Salicetum, foresta de: Salcey Forest, Northants.

Salimnos Insula: Sulmey Isle, near Milford Haven.

Salinae: Droitwich, Worcestershire; Nantwich, Cheshire; Slaughter, Gloucestershire. See also Salenae.

Salisbiria: Salisbury; Shrewsbury.

Salopesburia: Shrewsbury, Shropshire.

Salopescira, Salopesiria: Shropshire.

Salopia: Shrewsbury.

Saltria: Sawtry, Hunts.

Saltus Andreda: The Weald of Sussex.

Saltus Salmonis: Leixlip, co. Dublin.

Salutaris Portus: Sewerby, Yorks.

Salwarpus: Salwarpe River, Worcestershire.

Samairus: River Erne, Ireland.

Samothea: Britain.

Sancta Anna intra Portum Alneani: St. Anne's, Aldersgate, London.

S. Anna Nigrorum Monachorum: St. Anne's, Blackfriars, London.

S. Crux: Holyrood, Edinburgh.

S. Genovefa: Fornham St. Genevieve, Suffolk.

S. Katarina de Colmancherche: St. Catharine Colman, London.

S. Katarina Trinitatis: St. Catharine Cree Church.

S. Margareta a Caligarum Venditione: St. Margaret Pattens, London.

S. Margareta extra Fossam: St. Margaret Outditch, Rochester.

S. Margareta juxta Pontem: St. Margaret, Bridge Street, or St. Margaret, New Fish Street, London.

S. Margareta Moysi: Mt. Margaret Moses, London.

S. Maria a Lintris Statione: St. Mary Bothaw, London.

S. Maria Abbatis Ecclesiae, or de Abbecherch: St. Mary Abchurch, London.

S. Maria ad Collem: St. Mary-at-Hill, London.

S. Maria ad Lanae Trutinam: St. Mary Woolchurch, London.

S. Maria ad Villam Insularem: St. Mary, Islington.

S. Maria ad Villam Novam: St Mary Newington, London.

S. Maria de Alba Capella: St Mary Whitechapel, London.

S. Maria de Arcubus: St. Mary-le-Bow, London.

S. Maria de Insula: Alceter, Warwickshire.

S. Maria de Monte Alto: St. Mary Mounthaw, London.

S. Maria de Newcherche: St. Mary Woolchurch, London.

S. Maria de Rupe: Kirkheugh, St. Andrews.

S. Maria de Sabaudia: St. Mary Savoy, London.

S. Maria de Wlchershawe: St. Mary Woolchurch, London.

S. Maria in Aldermannorum Burgoparochia: St. Mary's Aldermanbury, London.

S. Maria in Campis: St. Mary in the Fields, Edinburgh.

S. Maria Salvatoris in Australi Opere: St. Mary's Southwark.

S. Maria Senioris Mariae: St. Mary Aldermary, London.

S. Maria Wolnothi: St Mary Woolnoth, London.

S. Maria Magdalena de Bermendi Insula: St. Mary Magdalen, Bermondsey, London.

S. Maria Magdalena in Veteri Piscario Foro: St. Mary Magdalen, Old Fish Street, London.

S. Maria Magdalena in Vico Lacteo: St. Mary Magdalen, Milk Street, London.

S. Ositha: St. Osyth's, Essex.

Sancti Botolphi Oppidum: Boston, Lincolnshire.

S. Clari Castellum: St. Clear's, Caermarthenshire.

S. Columbae Insula: Icolmkill, Iona.

S. Davidis Oppidum: St. David's, Pembrokeshire.

S. Edwardi Abbatia: Shaftesbury, Dorset.

S. Edwardi Villa: Shaftesbury; Corfe Castle (?), Dorset.

S. Egidii in Bosco, domus: Flamsted, Herts.

S. Vinini Ecclesia: Kilwinning, Ayrshire.

Sancto Johanne, Ville de: Perth, Scotland.

Sanctus Aegidius ad Portam Membris-captorum: St. Giles Cripplegate, London.

S. Albanus: St. Albanus.

S. Albanus in Vico Ligneo: St. Alban's Wood Street, London.

S. Andreas: St. Andrew's, Scotland.

S. Andreas ad Vestiarium: St. Andrew's by the Wardrobe, London.

S. Andreas sub Malo Cereali: St. Andrew's Undershaft, London.

S. Asaf: St. Asaph, Flintshire.

S. Bartholomaeus pone Peristylium: St. Bartholomew's near the Exchange, London.

S. Benedictus in Graminoso Vico: St. Benet's Gracechurch Street, London.

S. Benedictus Shorhog: St. Bennet's Sherehog, London.

S. Boscus: Holywood, Belfast Bay.

S. Botolphus ad Episcopi Portam: St. Botolph's Bishopsgate, London.

S. Botolphus ad Portam Bellini: St. Botolph's Billingsgate, London.

S. Botolphus ad Veterem Portam: St. Botolph's without Aldgate, London.

S. Botolphus Alneae Portae: St. Botolph's without Aldersgate, London.

S. Clemens Dacorum: St. Clement Danes, Strand.

S. Edmundus: Bury St. Edmund's, Suffolk.

S. Edmundus in Vico Longobardico: St. Edmund's, Lombard Street, London.

S. Gabriel in Vico Palustri: St. Gabriel's Fenchurch Street, London.

S. Jacobus ad Clericorum Fontem: St. James' Clerkenwell, London.

S. Jacobus ad Ducis Hospitium: St. James', Duke Place, London.

S. Jacobus ad Montem Allii: St. James' Garlickhithe, or Hill, London.

S. Joannes Zakarie: St. John Zachary, in Adersgate Ward.

S. Johannes Baptista super Walbroc: St. John Baptist's, Walbrook, London.

S. Laurentius in Judaismo: St. Lawrence Jewry, London.

S. Laurentius Pountneus: St. Lawrence Pountney, London.

S. Martinus ad Luddi Portam: St. Martin's Ludgate, London.

S. Martinus de Pomerio: St. Martin's Pomeroy, London.

S. Martinus in Ferrariorum Viculo: St. Martin's Ironmonger Lane, London.

S. Martinus in Vinariis, or de Vinetria: St. Martin's Vintry, London.

S. Martinus juxta Charinge Crosse: St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, London.

S. Martinus Ogari: St. Martin's Ogars, London.

S. Martinus Outwichi, or Ottewish: St. Martin's Outwich, London.

S. Michael ad Blada: St. Michael's at the Quern, London.

S. Michael ad Ripam Reginalem: St. Michael's, Queenhithe, London.

S. Michael de Woudestrete: St. Michael's, Wood Street.

S. Michael extra S. Trinitatis: St. Michael's without the Holy Trinity.

S. Michael in Curuo Viculo: St. Michael's Crooked Lane, London.

S. Michael in Foro ad Bladum: St. Michael's-atte-Corn, or le Quern.

S. Michael in Hordeaceum Collem: St. Michael's Cornhill, London.

S. Michael Paternoster Cherch in Riola: St. Michael's Royal.

S. Mundus: Kilmund, Argyleshire.

S. Neothus: St. Neot, Cornwall; St. Neot's, Hunts.

S. Nicholaus ad Macella: St. Nicholas' Fleshambles, London.

S. Nicholaus Aldrethegate ad Macella: St. Nicholas' Fleshambles, London.

S. Nicholaus Aureae Abbatiae: St. Nichols' Cole Abbey, London.

S. Nicholaus Hakun: St. Nicholas Acon, London.

S. Nicholaus Olof: St. Nicholas Olave's, London.

S. Olauus in Argenteo Vico: St. Olave's, Silver Street, London.

S. Olauus in Australi Opere: St. Olave's, Southwark.

S. Olauus in Ceruina Platea: St. Olave's, Hart Street, London.

S. Olauus juxta Turrim: St. Olave's, Hart Street.

S. Oswaldus de Nostellis: Nostal, Yorkshire.

S. Pancratius in Vico Smegmatico: St. Pancras Soper's Lane, London.

S. Paternus: Llanbadarn, Cardiganshire.

S. Paulus in Conuentuali Horto: St. Paul's Covent Garden, London.

S. Petrocus: Petrockstow, Devon.

S. Petrus de Grano Piaco: St. Peter's Cornhill.

S. Petrus in Foro: St. Peter's Cheap, London.

S. Petrus super Tamisiam: St. Peter's Pauls Wharf, London.

S. Stephanus in Vico Colmanni: St. Stephen's Coleman Street, London.

Sandicum: Sandwich, Kent.

Sandouicum, Sanwicius: Sandwich.

Sareberia: Salisbury, Wilts.

Saresburia, Sarisbiria: Salisbury, Wilts.

Sarnia: Guernsey.

Sartis, de: Wardon Abbey, Beds.

Sarua: River Severn.

Sauerennus: River Bandon or River Lee, Cork.

Sauerna: River Severn.

Sauranus Flu.: River Avonmore, Cork.

Saxonicum Littus: The eastern and southern coast of Britain.

Scadum Namorum. See Isca Dumnoniorum.

Scala Celi: St. Wolstan's Abbey, co. Kildare.

Scandia: Sanday Island, one of the Orkneys.

Scapeia: Sheppey, Kent.

Scardeburgum, Scardus Burgus: Scarborough, Yorks.

Scartheburga: Scarborough, Yorks.

Sceaftesbiria: Shaftesbury, Dorset.

Sceargeta: Sarratt, Herts; Shearsby, Leicestershire (?).

Sceftonia: Shaftesbury, Dorset.

Scena: River Shannon.

Sceptonia: Shaftesbury, Dorset.

Scetis: Isle of Skye.

Schafbera: Shebbear, Devon.

Schaftesbiria: Shaftesbury, Dorset.

Schellus Flu.: River Skell, Yorks.

Schelsega: Chelsea, near London.

Schepeia: Sheppey.

Scireburna: Sherborne.

Scona: Scone, Perthshire.

Scorberia, Scorbesberia: Shrewsbury.

Scornae: Shorne, Kent.

Scoti: The Scots.

Scotia: Ireland; Scotland.

Scrobesberia, Scropesbyria: Shrewsbury.

Searesbiria: Salisbury.

Sebasta Altera Legio: Liskeard, Cornwall.

Secandunum: Seckington, Warwickshire.

Sedes Animarum: Soulseat, Galloway.

Seftesberia, Seftonia: Shaftesbury, Dorset.

Segedunum: Sedghill; Cousinshouse, or Wallsend, Northumberland.

Segelocum: Ollerton, or Littleborough, Notts.

Segeswalda: Seckington, Warwickshire.

Seggesfelda: Sedgefield, Durham.

Segontiaci: A tribe living near Silchester.

Segontium, Seguntium: Cairseint, Caernarvon; Silchester.

Selburgi Tumulus: Silbury Hill, Wilts.

Selebia: Selby, Yorks.

Seletuna: Monk Hesleton, Durham; Silton, Yorks.

Selgouae: People of Nithsdale and Annandale.

Sellinae Insulae: Scilly Islands.

Seluestuna: Selston, Notts.

Sena: River Shannon.

Senna: River Senni, or River Usk, Brecknockshire.

Senus: River Shannon.

Seolesia: Selsea, Sussex.

Sepes Inscisa: Hay Castle, Brecknock (?).

Serberia, Serbyria: Salisbury.

Serduno. See Segedunum.

Seresberia: Salisbury.

Setantiorum Portus: Windermere, or the mouth of the Ribble, Lancashire.

Seteia Aestuarium: The mouth of the Dee, Cheshire.

Seueria: Salisbury.

Sewardeslega: Sewesley near Towcester, Northants.

Shaftonia: Shaftesbury, Dorset.

Shaga: Shaw, Berks.

Sharpenora: Sconce Point, Isle of Wight.

Shenum: Shene, or Richmond, Surrey.

Siambis: River Shannon.

Sibbetonum: Sibton, Suffolk.

Sienus: River Shannon.

Sigdeles: The Scilly Isles.

Silamesteda: Sulhamstead, Berks.

Silesia: Selsea, Sussex.

Silionnus. See Limnos.

Sillinae Insulae: Scilly Islands.

Silura Insula: Scilly Islands.

Silures: People of South Wales.

Simeni: A tribe in Norfolk and Suffolk.

Sineius Flu.: River Shannon, Ireland.

Sinnenus: River Shannon.

Sinnodunum: Sinodum Hill, near Wallingford, Berks.

Sinomagus. See Sitomagus.

Sinus Felix: Bridlington or Filey Bay, Yorks.

Siresburna: Sherborne, Dorset.

Siriolis: St. Cyriol, Bangor.

Sirwuda: Sherwood, Notts.

Sitomagus: Thetford, Norfolk; Woolpit, Stowmarket, Dunwich, or Eye, Suffolk.

Slana: River Slaine, Wexford.

Slepa: St. Ives, Hunts.

Slicheius: River Gitley, olim Sligo.

Slopesberia: Shrewsbury; Shropshire.

Smedefelda: Smithfield.

Snaudonia: Snowdon Forest, Caernarvonshire.

Sobrica: Ardnamurchan, Argyleshire.

Socinus: River Shannon.

Sodera: Sodor, islands on the west coast of Scotland.

Soltra, hospitale de: Soutra, between Ediburgh and Kelso.

Soluathianum Aestuarium, Soluaeum Flumen: Solway Firth.

Somaridunum: Somerton, Lincolnshire.

Somersata, Somerseta, Somersetania, Somersetensis, Somertunensis Comitatus: Somerset.

Sorbiodunum, Soruiodunum: Old Sarum: Carisbrooke; also Shrewsbury.

Southamptonia: Southampton.

Southeria: Surrey.

Southerlandia: Sutherland, Scotland.

Southriana: Surrey.

Southsexena, Southsexia: Sussex.

Southwella: Southwell, Notts.

Spea: River Spey, Elgin, Scotland.

Spinae: Speen, near Newbury, Berks.

Spinarum Insula: Thorney Isle, the site of Westminster Abbey.

Spinetum: Spinney, Cambridgeshire.

Spinodunum: Thornton, Lincolnshire.

Staffordia: Stafford.

Stanfordia, Stanforda: Stamford, Lincolnshire.

Starkelea: Startley, Wilts.

Starus: River Stour.

Statiarius Lapis: Clough, co. Antrim.

Statio Deventia: In Devonshire, Totness (?).

Steafordensis: Of Stafford.

Stellata, Camera: The Star Chamber.

Stenum: Stean, Northants.

Steofordensis: Of Stafford.

Stinsiarius: River Stinchar, Ayrshire.

Stiuentona: Staunton, Gloucestershire.

Stokeporta, Stokeportus: Stockport, Cheshire.

Stourus: River Stour.

Strata Florea, Strata Florida: Ystrad Flur, or Stratflower, now Mynachlogfur, or Caron-llwch-Clawdd, Cardiganshire.

Strata Marcella: Strat Margel, or Ystrad Marchel, Montgomeryshire.

Stratcluttenses: Britons of Strathclyde.

Streoneshalf: Ancient name of Whitby Abbey.

Stretgledwali. See Stratcluttenses.

Stretlea: Streatlam, Durham.

Strigulense Castrum: Striguil Castle, Monmouthshire.

Strigulia, Stringulia: Chepstow, Monmouthshire.

Striuellina, Striuilingum: Stirling, Scotland.

Stroda: Strood, Kent.

Stubeheda, Stubhutha: Stepney.

Stuccia, Stucia Flu.: River Ysthwith, or Dovey, Cardiganshire.

Stura: River Stour.

Sturodunum: Stourton, and Stourminster, Dorset.

Sturus Flu.: River Stour.

Sualua: River Swale, Yorks.

Suauicordium, Dulce Cor: Sweetheart, or New Abbey, Kirkcudbrightshire.

Subdobiadon: A town on the Wall of Antonine.

Sudereia: Surrey.

Sudesexia: Sussex.

Sudhamtonia: Hampshire.

Sudouerca: Southwark.

Sudouolca, Sudouolgia: Suffolk.

Sudria: Surrey.

Sudsexa: Sussex.

Sudwallia: South Wales.

Sudwercha: Southwark.

Suella: Southwell, Notts.

Suelloniaca: Brockley Hill, near Ellstree, or Chipping Barnet, Herts.

Suffolicia: Suffolk.

Suiftus: River Swift, Leicestershire.

Suina: Swinhey, Yorks.

Suirus: Suir River, near Waterford, Ireland.

Sukius: River Suck, Connaught.

Sulcalua Flu.: River Swale, Yorks.

Sulloniaca, Sullonica. See Suelloniaca.

Sumersetanea, Sumertunensis, Summurtunensis Paga: Somerset.

Sunningum: Sonning, near Reading, Berks.

Surium: Inislaunagh, co. Tipperary.

Surra, Surria, Surreia: Surrey.

Sussexia: Sussex.

Susura: Isle of Jura (?).

Suthamtonia: Southampton.

Suthamtunensis Provincia: Hampshire.

Suthburia: Sudbury, Suffolk.

Sutheria: Surrey.

Suthesexia: Sussex.

Suthimbria: England south of the Humber.

Suthregia, Suthreia: Surrey.

Suthriona: Surrey.

Suthsaxonia: Sussex.

Suthsexia: Sussex.

Suthumbria. See Suthimbria.

Suthwalonia: South Wales.

Suthwella: Southwell, Notts.

Suthweorca: Southwark.

Suwallia: South Wales.

Suwella: Southwell, Notts.

Sweynesia: Swansea, Glamorganshire.

Swina: Swinhey, Yorkshire.

Swthwella: Southwell, Notts.

Syli: People of S. Wales.

Syllina, Sylina: Scilly Isles.

Syreburna: Sherborne, Dorset.


T.

Taba:
Teignmouth, Devon.

Tadecastrum: Tadcaster. See Calcaria.

Tadoriton: A town between the Walls of Hadrian and Antonine.

Taffus Flu.: River Taff, Glamorganshire.

Tagea: Monteith, Perthshire.

Taisa: River Tees.

Taizali: The people of Buchan, Scotland.

Taizalum Promontorium: Buchanness, or Kinnaird Head, east coast of Scotland.

Tama: Thame, Oxfordshire.

Tama Flu.: River Tame, Oxfordshire; River Teme, Worcestershire.

Tamara: Tamerton-Foliott, Devon; or Saltash, Cornwall.

Tamara Flu.: River Tamar, Cornwall.

Tamare: Tavistock, Devon.

Tamaris. See Tamara.

Tamaris Fluvii Ostia: Plymouth.

Tamarus: River Tamar.

Tamawordina: Tamworth, Staffordshire.

Tambra: River Tamar.

Tameia: Dunkeld, Perthshire.

Tamensis: River Thames.

Tamese: Kingston, Surrey, or Streatley, Berks.

Tamesia, Tamesis: Rivers Thames and Medway.

Tamewrda: Tamworth, Staffordshire.

Tamion: River Tavy (?).

Tamisa, Tamisis: River Thames.

Tamworthia: Tamworth, Staffordshire.

Tanarus: River Tamar.

Tanathos Insula: Isle of Thanet, Kent.

Tanaus: The Firth of Forth.

Tanetos. See Tanathos.

Tanfelda: Tanfield, Yorks.

Taniatidae. See Tanathos.

Tanodunum: Taunton, Somerset.

Taodunum: Dundee.

Tarensis: Of Derry, Ireland.

Tarenteforda: Dartford, Kent.

Taruedum, Taruisium: Duncansby Head, Caithness.

Tarxa: Torksey, Lincolnshire.

Tatecastra: Tadcaster, Yorks.

Taua: Teignmouth, Devon.

Taua: River Tay, Scotland.

Tauistokia: Tavistock, Devon.

Taus: River Tay.

Tawus: River Taw, Devon.

Teauus: River Tavy, Devon.

Tedfordia: Thetford, Norfolk.

Techelesberia: Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire.

Tegoeus Lacus: Lake Tegid, or Bala, Merionethshire, Wales.

Teisa, Teisis: River Tees, Durham.

Temdus: River Teme.

Temesforda: Tempsford, Beds.

Templum Florum: Kynloss, or Kilfloss, Moray.

Tenos: Isle of Thanet.

Teodforda: Thetford, Norfolk.

Terdebigga: Tardebigg, Worcestershire.

Terentus Flu.: River Trent.

Terna: River Tern, Shropshire.

Tesa: River Tees, Durham.

Tesedala: Teesdale.

Tesobius: River Conway.

Tethfordum: Thetford, Norfolk.

Tetocuria: Tetbury, Gloucestershire.

Teuidalia: Teviotdale, Scotland.

Tewiensis fluvius: River Tywi, Caermarthenshire.

Texali: People of Buchan, Aberdeenshire. See Taizali.

Teysa: River Tees.

Thamesis, Thamisia: Thames.

Thanatos, Thanathos: Thanet.

Theisa: River Tees.

Themis: River Teme, Worcestershire.

Thenodunum: Taunton, Somerset.

Theobaldenses Aedes: Theobalds, Herts.

Theoci Curia: Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire.

Theodforda: Thetford, Norfolk.

Theodorodunum: Wells, Somerset.

Theokebiria, Theokesberia: Tewkesbury.

Theorodunum. See Theodorodunum.

Theostrota: Toccotes, Yorks.

Thermae: Bath.

Theta: Little Ouse River, Norfolk.

Thetfordia: Thetford, Norfolk.

Thewda: River Tweed.

Thiletheya: Tiltey, Essex.

Thinemutha: Tynemouth, Northumberland.

Thinus Flu.: River Tyne, Northumberland.

Thongum: Thong, Yorkshire.

Thonodunum: Taunton, Somerset.

Thonus: River Tone, Somerset.

Thornega: Thorney Isle, the site of Westminster Abbey.

Thorncia: Thorney, Cambridgeshire.

Thorp Comitisse: Countessthorpe, Leicestershire.

Thuemia: Tuam, Galway.

Thuenensis: Of Down, Ireland.

Thuetmonia: Thomond, Ireland.

Thule: Shetland Isles, or Iceland.

Thweda: River Tweed.

Tibius, Tybius Flu.: River Teify, Cardiganshire.

Tibraccia: Tibraghny, Kilkenny; perhaps sometimes Tipperary.

Ticcelea: Thickley, Durham.

Tichehella, Tichehulla: Tickhill, Yorks.

Tichfelda: Titchfield, Hants.

Tietforda: Thetford, Norfolk.

Tignea: Teign Canon, Devon.

Tikehilla: Tickhill, Yorks.

Tilae. See Thule.

Tileburgum: Tilbury, Essex.

Tiliapis. See Tolapia.

Tina Flu.: River Tyne, Northumberland; or the Eden, Fifeshire.

Tindolana: Winchester in the Wall, Northumberland.

Tinea Flu.: River Teign, Devon.

Tinemutha: Tynemouth, Northumberland.

Tinna. See Tina.

Tinomoutum: Tynemouth.

Tintagium: Tintagell, Cornwall.

Tinus. See Tina.

Tiretia: Tiltey, Essex.

Tisa: River Tees.

Tisis, Tisobis Flu.: River Conway, N. Wales.

Tistonia: Tisted, Hants.

Tiueteshala: Titshall, Norfolk.

Tiwa Magna: Great Tew, Oxfordshire.

Tobius Flu.: River Towy, Caermarthenshire.

Toesobis. See Tisis.

Tolapia, Toliapis, Toliatis: Sheppey, or Thanet.

Toller Porcorum: Swinetoller, Dorset.

Tomewordina: Tamworth, Staffordshire.

Tomondia: Thomond, Ireland.

Tonbrigium: Tonbridge, Kent.

Tonellum: The Tun, a prison in Cornhill.

Torcestria: Towcester, Northamptonshire.

Torkesega: Torksey or Torsey, Lincolnshire.

Tornai, Torneia: Thorney, Cambridgeshire.

Tornetuna: Thornton, Yorks.

Torteoda: Tortworth, Gloucestershire.

Tortuna: Thornton-le-Street, Yorks.

Totonesium Littus: Coast of Hampshire, opposite to Totland's Bay (?), Totness.

Trajectus: Henbury, Hanham, or Bitton, near Bristol.

Trajectus Augustae: Austcliff, or Henbury, Gloucestershire.

Treanta: River Trent.

Trecastellum: Beaumaris, Anglesey.

Trefontana: Three Fountains, Lammermuir.

Trehenta: River Trent.

Trellinum: Welshpool, Montgomery.

Trenovantum: London.

Trenta: River Trent.

Trepelawa: Triplow, Cambridgeshire.

Treska: Thirsk, Yorks.

Triburna: Kilmore.

Trimontium, Trimuntium: Annand, Dumfriesshire, or Eildon.

Trinoantes, Trinobantes, Trinouantes: The people of Middlesex and Essex.

Tripontium: Towcester, or Lilbourne, Northants; Rugby, Cave's Inn, or Kineton, Warwickshire.

Trisanton: River Test, Hants; River Ouse, Sussex.

Trisanton, Trisantonis Portus: Southampton. See Clausentum.

Triuerium: Truro, Cornwall.

Trumense castrum: Trim, Meath.

Trutulensis Portus: Probably an error for Rutupensis, or the Humber.

Tuai Aestuarium: Mouth of the Spey, Scotland.

Tuama, Tuaima: Tuam, Galway, Ireland.

Tueda: River Tweed.

Tuemia: Tuam, Galway,

Tueoxbea, Tueoxnea: Christchurch, Hants.

Tuerobis Flu.: River Teify.

Tuesis: River Tees, Berwick.

Tweda, Tweodum: River Tweed.

Twomondia: Thomond, Ireland.

Tybius: River Teify, Cardiganshire.

Tykeilla: Tickhill, Yorks.


U.

Ubbanforda:
Norham, Northumberland.

Udiae: People about Cork.

Uffintona: Ufton, Berks.

Ugrulentum: A town north of the Wall of Antonine.

Ugueste: A town north of the Wall of Antonine.

Ulidia: The province of Ulster, Ireland.

Ullerwuda: Ollerton, Cheshire (?).

Ulmetum: Elmley, or Emley, Yorks; North Elmham, Norfolk.

Ultonia, Uluestera: Ulster, Ireland.

Umalia: Achad Fobhair, co. Mayo, Ireland.

Umber: River Humber.

Undalium, Undola: Oundle, Norhtants.

Uniuallis. See Ureuallis.

Urbs Legionum: Chester.

Ureuallis: Jervaulx, Yorks.

Urgalia: Louth, Ireland.

Uriconia: Wrottesley, Staffordshire.

Uriconium. See Virioconium.

Uriponium: Ripon, Yorks.

Urithlesia: Wrexham, North Wales.

Uriuallis: Jervaulx, Yorks.

Uroconium. See Virioconium.

Urolanium. See Verolamium.

Urosullum: Wressell, Yorks.

Urouicum: York.

Urus: River Ure, or Yore, Yorks.

Usa: River Ouse.

Usocona, Usoconna: Sheriff Hales, Oeaken Gates, Shropshire; or Bednall, Staffordshire.

Uterni: A trive living in South Desmond.

Utriconion. See Virioconium.

Uxacona. See Usocona.

Uxela: Exeter, Bridgewater, or Lostwithiel.

Uxelis: Lostwithiel, or Launceston, Cornwall.

Uxelludamum: Hexham, Northumberland.

Uxelum: Caerlaverock, or Wardlaw, Dumfriesshire.

Uxena: Crockherne Well, Devon.

Uxinus Pons: Uxbridge, Middlesex.

Uzela Aestuarium. See Vexala.

Uzelium. See Uxelum.

Uzella. See Uxela.


V.

Vacomagi:
People of Murray and Athol, Scotland.

Vadum Boum: Oxford.

Vadum Ceruinum: Hertford.

Vadum Pulchrum: Fairford, Gloucestershire.

Vadum Rubrum: Hertford.

Vadum Salicis: Wilford; Walford, Herefordshire (?).

Vadum Saxi: Stanford.

Vaga Flu.: River Wye, Herefordshire.

Vagniacae, Vagniacum: Maidstone, Wrotham, Northfleet, or Strood, Kent.

Valeia: Whalley, Lancashire.

Valentia: Province of Britain between the Walls of Hadrian and Antonine, i.e., the Forth and the Tyne; or between the Walls of Hadrian and Severus.

Vallidena: Saffron Walden, Essex; Walden, Lincolnshire.

Vallis Anangia: Annandale, Scotland.

Vallis Aurea: Golden Vale, Herefordshire.

Vallis Crucis: An abbey at Llan Egwestl or Egwast, Denbighshire.

Vallis Dei: Vaudey, or Walden, Lincolnshire; Killenny, co. Kilkenny.

Vallis Doloris: Wedale, Scotland.

Vallis Longa: Combehire, or Cumhil, Radnorshire.

Vallis Lucis: Glenluce, Galloway, Scotland.

Vallis Regalis: Vale Royal, Cheshire.

Vallis Salutis: Baltinglass, co. Wicklow.

Vallis S. Andreae: Pluscardin, Moray.

Vallis S. Mariae in Snaudonia: Beddgelert, Caernarvonshire.

Vallis Virtutis: Charterhouse at Perth.

Vallum: The Picts' Wall. See Hadriani Murus.

Valteris. See Verterae.

Vanantinga: Wantage, Berks.

Vandalis Flu.: River Wandle, Surrey.

Vandelbiria: Vandlebury, or Wandlesborough, a hill near Cambridge.

Vanduaria: Paisley.

Vara Flu.: Murray Firth.

Varae Castrum: Dunbar.

Varia Flu.: River Frome, Dorset.

Varingtonium: Warrington, Lancashire.

Varis: Bodvari, Flintshire; Llanfair, Denbighshire.

Varuicum: Warwick.

Vecta, Vectesis: Isle of Wight.

Vectis Insula: Whitehorn Island, Galloway; Isle of Wight.

Vecturiones: Picts.

Vedra, Vedrus: River Wear, Durham, or the Tyne.

Velabri: People of Munster.

Velox Flu.: River Ivel, Somerset.

Velunia: A town in Scotland.

Veluntium: Arless, Queen's Co., Ireland.

Venantodunia: Huntingdonshire.

Venantodunum, Venatorum Mons: Huntingdon.

Venedotia: Gwynedd, North Wales.

Veneris. See Verterae.

Venicnium, Vennicuium: Ram's Head, or Horn Head, Donegal.

Venicontes: People in Fife.

Vennicnii: People of Tyrconnel, Ireland.

Venonae, Vennones: Claybrooke, near Bensford Bridge, Leicestershire; or Southam, Warwickshire.

Venta Belgarum: Winchester or Havant, Hants.

Venta Icenorum, Simenorum, Cenomum: Caistor or Norwich, Norfolk.

Venta Silurum: Caer-went, Monmouthshire.

Ventanum: Winchester.

Ventolacensis: Of Wensleydale, Yorks.

Ventusfrigetmare: Winchelsea, Sussex.

Ventus Morbidus: Windsor, Berks.

Venutio: The same as Banatia.

Veratinum: Cressage, Shropshire; Warrington; or the same as Verometum.

Verbeia: River Wharfe, Yorks.

Vergiuius, Verginius Oceanus: The sea to the south of Ireland.

Verlucio: Warminster, Leckham, Spy Park, or Sandy Lane, Wilts.

Vernalis: A town in Cornwall or Devon.

Vernemetum. See Verometum.

Vernicones: The Picts.

Verolamium: Verulam, now St. Albans, Herts.

Verometum: Burrow Hill, or Cosby, Leicestershire; or Willoughby, Notts.

Veromum: A town north of the Forth.

Verouicum: Warwick.

Verregraua: Wargrave, Berks.

Verterae, Verteris: Brough-upon-Stainmore, Westmoreland; Watgarth, Durham; or Bowes, Yorks.

Verteuia: A town in Cornwall or Devon.

Vertis: Bourton-on-the-Water, Gloucestershire (?).

Veruedrum Promontorium: Strathy, or Duncansby Head, Scotland.

Veruicum: Warwick.

Verulamium: Verulam, or St. Albans, Herts.

Verus: River Wear, Durham.

Veruuium. See Berubium.

Vetadunum: Watton, Yorks.

Vetelegans Pons: Wheatley Bridge, near Oxford.

Vetilingiana Via: Watling St.

Vetta Insula: Isle of Wight.

Vetus Burgus: Elvet, Durham; Aldborough, Yorks.

Vetus Piscaria: Old Fish St., London.

Vexala, Uzela Aestuarium: The mouth of the Yeo or Ivel, or of the Brent, Somerset.

Vexfordia: Wexford, Ireland.

Via Cava: Holloway, Middlesex.

Via Noua: Monaster o Gormorgan, co. Clare.

Vicanum: Etchingham, Sussex.

Viconia. See Vinnouium.

Victesis: Isle of Wight.

Victoria: Wigton; Abernethy, Perthshire; Inchkeith; or Dealgin Ros, Strathern.

Victuarii, Vectuarii: Men of the Isle of Wight.

Vicumba: Wycombe, Bucks.

Vicus Albanus, Malbus, or Malbanus: Nantwich, Cheshire.

Vicus Orientalis: Eastwick, Herts.

Vicus Saxeus: Staindrop, or Stainthorp, Durham.

Vidogara, Vidotara, Aestuarium: Mouth of the River Ayr or River Irvine, Ayrshire.

Vidua: River Crodagh, Donegal.

Vieruedrum. See Veruedrum.

Vigornia: Worcester.

Villa Albani: St. Albans.

Villa de Cruce Roesiae: Royston, Herts.

Villa de S. Johanne: Perth.

Villa Faustini: Dunmow, Woolpit, Bury St. Edmunds, or Orford in Suffolk.

Villa Noua: Newnham, Herts; Newtownards, co. Down.

Villa Novi Castri super Tinam: Newcastle-upon-Tyne.

Villa Regia: Kingston-upon-Hull; St. Edmundsbury, Suffolk.

Vilsedonum: Willesden, where there was a celebrated image of the Virgin Mary.

Vilugiana Provincia: Wiltshire.

Vimutium: Weymouth, Dorset.

Vinchelsega: Winchelsea, Sussex.

Vindagora: Windsor.

Vindediuii: Drogheda, Ireland.

Vindelis: Winchelsea.

Vindelisora: Windsor, Berks.

Vindelocomum: Winchcombe, Gloucestershire.

Vinderius: Bay of Carrickfergus, or Loch Strangford.

Vindesorium: Windsor.

Vindobala: Rutchester, or Rouchester, Northumberland.

Vindocladia, Vindogladia: Cranbourne, Wimborne, or Blandford, Dorset; or Alum Bay, Isle of Wight.

Vindolana, Vindolanda: Little Chesters, or Chesterholm, in Northumberland.

Vindomara: Ebchester, Durham; Dod's End, Northumberland; or Killhope Cross, Durham.

Vindomus, Vindonum: Silchester; Farnham; near Whitchurch; or Winchester.

Vindouala. See Vindobala.

Vindugladia. See Vindocladia.

Vinduglessus: River Gaunless, Durham.

Vinetria: The Vintry, London.

Vinnouium, Vinouia: Binchester, or Egglestone, Durham.

Virdogladia. See Vindocladia.

Virecinum, Virecium. See Virioconium.

Viride Lignum: Newry, Ireland.

Viridis Sinus: Greenwich.

Viridis Stagni Monasterium: Soulseat, Galloway.

Virioconium, Viroconium: Wroxeter, Shropshire; or Stone, Staffordshire.

Virolamium. See Verolamium.

Virosidum: Ellenborough, Old Carlisle, or Workington, Cumberland.

Viruedrum. See Veruedrum.

Visimonasterium: Westminster.

Visi-Saxones: West Saxons.

Vitrea Insula: Glastonbury.

Vituli Insula: Selsea, Sussex.

Viurus: River Wear.

Viuidin: River Fowey, Cornwall.

Vodiae: People about Cork.

Volantium. See Olenacum.

Voldia: Cotswold, Gloucestershire.

Voliba. See Voluba.

Volitanium: Probably on the Wall of Antonine.

Volsas Sinus: Loch Broom, Ross-shire, or Loch Assynt.

Voluba: Lostwithiel, Tregony, Falmouth, Bodmin, or Grampound, Cornwall.

Volucrum Domus: Fulham, Middlesex.

Voluntii: People of Ulster, Ireland.

Voluntium: Ardglass, Down, Ireland.

Volurtion. See Borcouicum.

Voluicum: Woolwich.

Voran: Caervoran, Northumberland, or Warran, Forfar.

Voreda: Old Penrith, Plumpton Wall, or Kirk Oswald, Cumberland; or Whelp Castle, Westmoreland.

Vosargia: Herm Island in the Channel.

Vusa: River Ouse.


W.

Wabruna:
Weybourne, Norfolk.

Wachefelda: Wakefield, Yorks.

Waga, Waia: River Wye; River Wey.

Wekefeldia: Wakefield, Yorks.

Walalega: Whalley, Lancashire.

Walani: Welshmen.

Waldena: Saffron Walden, Essex.

Waldintona: Waldington, Yorks.

Walensis: A Welshman.

Walia: Wales.

Walingforda: Wallingford, Berks.

Walenesteda: Godstone, Surrey.

Walla Londoniarum: London Wall.

Waliscus, Wallanus: A Welshman.

Wallia: Wales.

Walonicus: Welsh.

Waltifordia: Waterford, Ireland.

Wanlokensis: Of Wenlock, Shropshire.

Wanneforda: Wangford, Suffolk.

Wara: Ware, Herts.

Warengeforda: Wallingford, Berks.

Warewella: Wherwell, Hants.

Warle Septem Molarum: Warley, Essex.

Warsopa: Worksop, Notts.

Waruicus: Warwick.

Wasfordia: Wexford, Ireland.

Watafordia: Waterford, Ireland.

Watelega: Wheatley.

Waterfordia: Waterford, Ireland.

Watria: Wavertree, Lancashire.

Wauerlega: Waverley, Hants.

Waya: River Wye; River Wey.

Wdestochia, Wdestoka: Woodstock, Oxfordshire.

Weableia: Weobley, Herefordshire.

Weda: River Tweed.

Welandus: Welland River, Northants.

Welcomestowa: Walthamstow, Essex.

Wella, Welliae: Wells, Somerset.

Wendoura: Wendover, Bucks.

Wennescoita: Coedowen, Brecon.

Wenta: Winchester. See also Winta.

Wenti: People of Monmouth.

Wera: Weare, Somerset.

Werkewurda: Warkworth, Northumberland.

Werregraua: Wargrave, Berks.

Werreministra: Warminster, Wilts.

Wertemora: Stainmore, Westmoreland.

Werwella: Wherwell, Hants.

Wesefordia: Wexford.

Weskus: Esk River, Yorks.

Wessefordia: Wexford, Ireland.

Westberia: Westbury.

Westmaria: Westmoreland.

Westmonasterium: Westminster.

Westmoria, Westmorlandia: Westmoreland.

Westmulna: Westmill, Herts.

West-Walani: Cornish men.

Wetha: Isle of Wight. See Vecta.

Weuerus: River Wever, Cheshire.

Weum: Wem, Shropshire.

Wherfus: River Wharfe, Yorks.

Wheta: Isle of Wight.

Wiableia: Weobley, Herefordshire.

Wibigginum: Wigan, Lancashire.

Wiburti Villa: Wiveton, Norfolk.

Wiccia: Worcestershire.

Wiccii: People living in Worcestershire.

Wichcombia: Wycombe, Bucks.

Wichia: Droitwich.

Wichium: Northwich, Cheshire.

Wichum: Wick, Gloucestershire.

Wictona: Witton, Durham.

Wicumba: Wycombe, Bucks.

Wicus. See Vicus.

Wienornis: Wimborne, Dorset.

Wigornia: Worcester.

Wika Hamonis: Wyke Hamon, Northants.

Wilda Sussexiae: The Weald of Sussex.

Willensis: Of Wells.

Wilsates: Inhabitants of Wilts.

Wiltenses: Inhabitants of Wilts.

Wiltesciria: Wiltshire.

Wiltonia: Wilton; Wilts.

Wimundhamia: Wymondharm, Norfolk.

Winburna: Wimborne, Dorset.

Wincelcumba: Winchcombe, Gloucestershire.

Wincestria: Winchester.

Winchelcumba: Winchcombe.

Winchelsega: Winchelsea.

Windesora, Windleshora, Windresora: Windsor, Berks.

Winta: Gwent, a province in S. Wales, between Usk and Wye.

Winternia: Whithern, Wigtonshire, Scotland.

Wintonia: Winchester.

Wira: R. Wear, Durham.

Wiramutha: Wearmouth, Durham.

Wirecestrescira: Worcestershire.

Wirecestria: Worcester.

Wiremunda: Wearmouth, Durham.

Wirus: River Wear, Durham.

Wistendena: Withdean, Sussex.

Witebia: Whitby, Yorks.

Witerna, Witernia: Whithern, Wigtonshire.

Witlesia: Whittlesey, Cambridgeshire.

Witteneia: Witney, Oxon.

Witternensis: Of Whithern, Wigtonshire.

Wluestera: Ulster.

Wodnesberia: Wednesbury, Staffordshire.

Wodneslega: Wendesley or Wensley, Derbyshire.

Wotha: Isle of Wight.

Wrekus: River Wreke, Leicestershire.

Wudestocha: Woodstock, Oxon.

Wulfrunehantona: Wolverhampton, Staffordshire.

Wychium: Northwich, Cheshire.


Y.

Yarienis:
River Yare, Norfolk.

Yarmuthia: Yarmouth, Norfolk.

Yarum: Yarm, Yorkshire.

Yeogerieceastria: Worcester.

Yetzhamsteda: Easthampstead, Berks.

Ylvernis: Inverness, Scotland.

Ymiliacum: Emly, Tipperary.

Ypocessa: Lower Stanton (?), Herefordshire.

Ysteleswurda: Isleworth, Middlesex.

Yuelcestria: Ilchester, Somerset.

Yxninga: Exning, Suffolk.


Z.

Zeviota:
The Cheviots.