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Alexander Ppoudfit.

JUST PUBLISHED,

GEOGRAPHIA CLASSICA:
A SKETCH OF

ANTIENT GEOGRAPHY,
FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS. IN ONE VOLUME, OCTAVO.

BY SAMUEL BUTLER,
Author of an Atlas

to Antient

D. D.

Geography.

Extract of a Letter from Professor Stuart of Andover.

" I have used

Butler's Atlas Classica for twelve or fourteen years, and prefer it on the
score of convenience and correctness to any atlas within the compass of my knowledge. It
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strong dtsire to see the work brought forward in this country, and I am exceedingly graThe beautiful manner in which
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INTRODUCTION TO THE STUDY


OF THE

GREEK CLASSIC POETS,


FOK THE USE OF YOUNG PERSONS AT SCHOOL OR COLLEGE.

BY HENRY NELSON COLERIDGE.


Contents. General Introduction Homeric Questions ; Life of Homer
Batraeliomyomachia ; Hyimis ; Hesiod.
;

Iliad

Odyssey

Margites

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and, as it is impossible not to discover, with a more particular view to the great school to
which the author owes his education, we shall be much mistaken if it does not become as
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will

be useful

in that

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AN

ATLAS
OF

ANTIENT GEOGRAPHY.

BY SAMUEL BUTLER,

D. D.

FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS.


AUTHOR OF MODERN AND ANTIENT GEOGRAPHY

STEREOTYPED BY

J.

HOWE.

CAREY, LEA, & BLANCHARD-CHESNUT S^fREET.


1834.

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INDEX.
I.

Orbis Vetcribus Notus.

II.

Britannia.

III.

Hispania.

IV. Gallia.

V. Germania.
VI. Vindelicia.
VII.

Italia,

Pars

I.

VIII.

Italia,

Pars

II.

IX. Macedonia.

X. Gra3cia extra Pelo

XL

Peloponnesus.

XII. Insula3 Maris ^gaei.


XIII. Asia Minor.

XIV.

XV.
XVI.

Oriens.
Syria.
Palsestina.

XVII. Armenia.
XVIII. Africa.

XIX. Mauritania, Numidia, and Africa

XX. ^gyptus.
XXI.

Plans.

Propria.

PREFATORY NOTE
INDEX OF DR. BUTLER'S ANTIENT ATLAS.

It

is to

be observed in

which

this Index,

is

made

complete and easy

for the sake of

refer-

ence to the Maps, that the Latitude and Longitude of Rivers, and names of Countries, are
given from the points where their names happen to be written in the Map, and not from any

The same

remarkable point, such as their source or embouchure.


&c., occurs in different Maps, but

is

River, Mountain, or City,

only mentioned once in the Index, except very large

Rivers, the names of which are sometimes repeated in the

Maps

of the different countries to

which they belong.

Owing

weak

to the

when examining

the Maps, even with double magnifiers

for Matilo, Melilaea for Melitaea, dsc.

The

student

any instance occasion him a moment's

heurdly in

some

state of the Author's eyes,

by the Index subjoined, which, where

it

differs

is

trifling inaccuracies

such as Nogara

for

escaped him

Nagara, Motilo

requested to excuse these, which can

difficulty,

and in

all

cases

may be

corrected

from the maps, will be found the more accu-

rate of the two.

The

quantity of the places mentioned has been ascertained, as far as was in the Author's

power, with great labor, by reference

(who

often,

to the actual authorities, either

this,) or to the

Greek and Latin

The Author
difficult point,

does not

marking the

that they are extremely erroneous.

himself that he has altogether succeeded in this extremely

though he has taken great pains with

In some instances, where there are

it.

of ascertaining the quantity by poetic usage, custom, derivation, or any authentic

source, and in cases

quantity

flatter

shown

writers,

afford a clue to

poets, without at all trusting to the attempts at

quantity in more recent works, experience having

no means

Greek prose

by the help of a long vowel, a diphthong, or even an accent,

is

It is certain that

proper names.

mon, such

where the

syllable is

known

to

be common, or

is

obviously long, the

not marked.
the Antients in very

Even

as Apulia,

many

in the very best writers

cases had no settled rules for the quantity of

we have

singular anomalies in the most com-

and Apulia, and Appiilus, in Horace

and Sicelides, Sidonius and Sidonius, Italus and


merable instances in other writers.

So

that they

Sicanius and Sicanius, Siculus

Italus, in Virgil

seem

in

many

to say notliing of innu-

cases to have reserved to

themselves the power of making those vowels which are generally called doubtful, either
long or short in the same word, as suited their purpose.

Hence we have Batavi and

Batavi,

Britanni and Britones, &;c. &c.

These observations might be extended

to a

much

greater length, but

it is

hoped enough

has been said to show the difficulties of the subject, and obtain the indulgence of scholars.

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INDEX
TO

DR. BUTLER'S

ILAT

A
AbacLMium,
Tripi
AbiB
Aballo, Jlva
Ion.

Abana

Fl.

Ab.irim M.

Accaron,
37 58 32 58 VIII.
:i6 38 40 53 X.
47 30 21 50 IV.
33 15 54 30 XV.
3-2
53 50 XVI.

Abiisci, in

43 15
4-2 30
Abasciis Fl.
43 10
Ab\\C'ra,Jidra 30 4
AbiiC-ra
40 5f<
Abel
32 8
Abulia, Jib
el/a Vecchia 40 51
Ahflllniiiii,
Jlecllinu

58 40 XVII.

Abia

Acerra
Acosines
Ravei

14 5

Acluti, vel

III.

42 45 IX.
54
XVI.

Abiiiciim

32 30 VIII.

Mountain
Alinia
Aboiie, ^Zviondsbu-

ry?

Ziehi
AclkTiis Fl.

Achaia, Vetus

33 48

Acharnte

Achassa
Aclielous
40 22 33 40 VIII.
31 45 82 20 XIV.
30 52 40 1 XI.
32 33 53 52
33 35 54
40 35 0135

XVI.
XVI.
XVII.

Abiiuba M.
Black
Aboccis

Fl.

Achaia

J\~ebi

Jlbel

Abila

AceiTM

XVII.
57 40 XVII.
tiO

Abi'liinum
Marsiciim,
Marsico

Abila,

Ouadi

Aceiite,

Mingrelia
Abasci

Vetcre
Abeste, Bost

F.kroii

Acci,

Accipitruni
I. /s/e de
St. Pierre

48 20 27
22 15 49
30 54 33

V.
3:

XX.
VIII.

Fl. Aspro'
Potamo
Achelous Fl.
Achflous Fl.
Acheron Fl.

Acl)eron Fl.
Snrulo

Acheron

Fl.

Acherontia,
Accrcnia
Acherusia
Cherson.
Acherusia
Palus

Achindana
5133

Fl._

Abonitichos,

Acidava, Lu-

lonopolis?

XIII.

Abotis, ^bo-

cavez

Acidava

XX.

tige

Abravannus

Acidon

Fl.

Acilisene
54 50 13 10 II.
39 40 40 20 XIII.

Aciniincum,

Avranches 48 44 16 41 IV.
Abrostula
39 20 49 18 XIII.

Acinasis Fl.
Acinipo,

Abua Fl.
Humber
Abus M.

veja
Aciris Fl.

Fl.

Abrettena
Abiincatui,

men
Honda
53 28 18 10

Abi dag
39 30
Abusina, Abcnspurg
Abydos, Zermuiiic

Salanke-

Agri
VI.

Acis Fl. Act


Aco, vol Ptolenifds,

40 10

XIII.

Abydus,

Madfune
27 46 48 55 XX.
Abyla, Cerita 36
12 50 XIX.

Academia

la

XXI.

Acre
Acra
Acra Meltena, Calin-

acra

Acalandnis

Acruba

Fl.
Salaiidrella
39 55 34 15
Aciiiiias Pr.

Acradlna

Cape Pifa-

3512 50

10 XIII.

Acampsis

Acrabiitene
\crfephia
Acriigus Fl.

Fiume

di

Oirgenti

vel Batlirys
Fl.
41

Acanthus
Acanthus

5 GO 10 XVII.
.38 48 39 41 X.
40 24 4137 X.

Acarnahia,
Carnia

38 50 39 10 X.

Acria;

Acritas Pr.

Capo OalloAero Athos


Pr. Capo de
Monte Santo

ANTIENT ATLAS.

45 45 IX.

tri'a

39
34 45 VIII.
43 30 31 5 VII.

Ksaro
A'.^'is,

Jeai

Mays,

Fl.

yr:sopiis Fl.

VII.
43 25 31
4U (I 45 20 .Mil.
U \1
3ti

ilviiula

XXI.

39 54 30 30 X.

IG

XVIII

-20

Oi37 40

:^2

54 VIII.

X.
38 30 40
37 53 41 4!l XI.
37 40 4155 XI.

yi'.xone

M.

Africa, Tuni.- 35
AfricaGriL'cis
20
15
Libya
34 15 rvi 45
Aiiaiiiaiia
A;;:ir.i, Jisra 27 40 !)4

XXI.
XIX.
I.

38
53

2 32
47

3:

VIII.
I.

XLX.

Agiiiniiui,

7 18 3- IV.
41 lO 10 4.- III.
3!) 23 39 :t.' x.
34
28 40 XIX.
41 30 44 55 IX.

44

Aiinia
A;;ririiif's Fl.

37 9 3132 VIII.

Aci'iiiiiin,

Brlnluik
Aifriiiiiiiii

40 2 48 10 XIII.
3d 45 39 40 X.

Alaliamla

I.
50
31 59 53 20 XVI.
25 50 r,-l 10 x.x.
37 35 40 35 XIII.

Alaliastritns
M., Oebel-

KalU

Alii'.-a

Ala^'i'iiiTa

Alalroiiiriie
Alaii.lnr Fl.
Jll

hour

Alaiii

XX.
28 30 50
37 55 32 10 VIII.
30 59 40 19 -XI.
3d2(^ 41 4 X.
loUo 30 XIII.
XVII.
43
30

I.-.,

A lata,

2.J .")-|<in

'Jti

.\1V.

Alalc rva

.wS.'H

II.

AI..IIS
Alalrliiin,
Ji/atri

35 55 50 55

Alaiini
Alaiiniia Fl.
Iron
All.a
All.a, jS/W

47 40 30 30 VI.

f^hsa

All.a

Alliana,

41 45 31 ]5

XV.

vm.

.".

C
C

XXI.
XXI.

4130 05 30 XVII.
4130 Ca48 XVII.

AllianTa,
Plot.

4i2

bend

06

4120 38

4(

42

Aliassiis
.Alicrma

XVII.
IX.

Samura

.\mbr;icus

XXI.
XXI.

3T.'i0

5132 XIII.

53 57 10 12

II.

A-

lone, IVhil
ley Cattle
34 48 15 48 II.
Alipliera
.37 33 30 55 XI.
Aliso, Ahen 51 40 20 38 V.

Ma3113 VIII.

AllifiP, Alifi

44 50 29 30 VII.
41 12 32 44 VIII.

Danphini 45 30 23 30 IV.

Aliiiana

XVIII
XXI.

33 20 27

Aliiio Fl.

/Milium

43 50141 40 IX.

Fl

Lorn
Alone
Airmi
Alonta,

43 30 41 20 IX.
38 1 17 2.' III.
30 2 012; XV.
vel

ca",

Ht.

AncliTiile
Aiicliiali

5120

.\miiiius Fl.
.VmisGii us Si-

nus

47 11 19

.Vinmedra

.\innioh
.Vmnionltis
.\innisus
.Vrnorgus I.
in orgo

43 40 63
XVII.
40 31 40 2i;! IX.
39 H ^40
X.
38 50 40 50;XI.
,'-.:)

Cam!

A in ora

.\iidaulu-

iiimn
Andeniatuiiuin, Langres

M. at.
Bernard 54

Aniplia.\itis
Aiiiplira

F.nst

18 22

.AndfrTtiim,

Jlcnde
.Amies,

40

.Vndrapa,

XIII.

47 30 17 20 IV.
45 9 28 40 VII.

KirSltehr

40 47

.\n(lr(5iia,

Andrenep

41

IV.

44 38

An-

gers
\ndes

8 V.

35 25 55 27

XV.

30 48 48 40

XX.

Andropolis,
Slinbur
Aiidros I.
Bardseij
.Vndros 1.

54 18 XIII.

II.

I.

Andro

42 25 31 22 VIII.
35 38 26 40 XIX.

XII.

Andros,

Andro
Anca
35 10 52
XIII.
29 5 40 55 XVIII
32 10 54 20 XVI.
35 11 43 40 XII.

Anemo

37 45 42 51 XII.
9 XVI.

3125 53

Fl.

Armone

44 25 29 55 VII.

Aneninriiim,

Anrmiir

XIII.

.Aiieinurium

36 50 43 50

xu.

XIII.

Pr.

XV.

Anparis M.
39 14 50

4 XIII.

34 50 44 25 XII.

Aiif.'TtJa',

Aqua;
Angli
-AngrivarTi

38 45 33 .55 VIII.
.54 20 28 30 V.
V.

.Aiigiiill.'irisL
3.5

45 12

XIX.

40 45 40 55 X.
37 14 40 9 XI.

Anigriis Fl.

Anio

XXI.

37 25 39 45 XI.

Fl.

Titcrone

A 111.)

cliia, Filo-

quia

IV.

47 50

Bourn 50 48

37 55 57 50 XVII.
37 40 40 23 XI.
37 27 40 10 XI.

.\iiipliilo-

15 50

45 38 34 30

.Anderlda,

VIII.

42 35

C.

Spnrtcl

46 40 31

20 20 49 25 XX.
34 2 88 30 XIV.
XI.
37 2 40

onc

Andaca

.'Viiipoiri.sia
I'r.

Carni-

39 50 50 32 XIII.
39 20 40 42 XIII.

.Ancyroiipdlis F.gger-

39 5 38 55 X.
39 12 38 50 X.
38 25 40 48 X.

.Viiipi-ios Pr.

Art fro

XVII.

An-

gora

Aiidaina
39 12 39

19

42 35 45 42 IX.
43 3: 3121 VII.

.Aiicjra

Fama-

gosta

4115 59

Aiicyra,

IV.
48 10 29
VI.
.50
20 10 IV.
47 W.i-> Ai) VI.
Hi 30 :i:i
\l.
47
:iU 50 VI.

Aniniocliostos,

Re-

Ancona

2 IV.

4G20 23

53 30 25 10 V.

Samsoun
Amitermim,
San Villo-

XIV.

80

37 12 53 42'XIII.
36 50 52 25 XIII.

Ahkali

5318 25

Kms

XV.

34 12 59 40 XV.
40 20 28 52 VI.
39 14 40 50 X.

Aiicliliilus,

AniTsIa,
f'.ms

37

gia

Amorium,

Diriodoris

.\l|M.'s

ra-Amid

rino

Alldbr.-ii.'i'S,

Aliniis

34 46

AniTda, K'a.Vniilos

20 10 40 III.
31 8 VII.

Vara-

Anzarbe

.Vnierla,

Amelia

.38

Anabon

Aniisiis,

Fer-

riini,

.Vmbrysus

Anas Fl.
Guadiava

Anazarbiis,

.\nilsia Fl.

ra sole
Allirni, Fo-

n.T

47.52 30
43 55 20 15

XX.

XXI.

Anapii.s Fl.

Aiiaurus Fl.

Ambriicius,

Sinus

Anavc, vel

.Aiiibracia,

XIV.

XIV.
27 30 88
42 10 29 3; VIII.

C
c

a n Alps
.\lpns I'enl-

Alliiriniiin,

Albiga, Albi

Wax

2 83 55 XIV.

31 20 77
31 12 47 51

VIII.
43 50 XII.
4145 XI.

VIII.
37
33
38 35 39 30 X.

.Anaunes

40 15 55 40 XIII.

near Arta
29

5J

Anuh

32 8 53 39 XVI.

.Aiiiliilici

37

!i.s,

06

A.<.ilt

.-Vnibisoiitli

.NiiapU.-^IUS
Viifipiis Fl.
.Anapus Fl.

Jxardin

4145 5 20 XIII.

.Aiiibiaiii

2;

.Aniitlio,

Ainnstro
Aniatlms,

Lijoiuiois
Anilmr Fl,

36

Anassiis Fl. 40
Aiiastasiopo-

XIV.

40 10 54 35

Amhidiani
32 30 84 30

.ML'idnm
AlyidiisM.

Aipr-ims

Allirniiis Fl.

Jiibling

XV.

3G25 86 20 XIV.

Vaihcnd
Alexandria
Alexandria
Alexandria

Allaba,

37 10 54 40

ma-si eh
.\niastris,

-ViiibacTa,
Aiiiboise

Ale.xanilrla,

s.

5.' 49
5 XX.
41 39 2 X.
40 2i 3,^ 20i IX.
40 22 37 41 X.

28

.\iiiasra,

M.

A'innphio

Anapo

Aiiilj.icri,

.Morua
Ab.s

5 C6

Per-

Alliaiii'ipnlis

4 IV.

24 50 85 20 XIV.

Fl.

Allmiiim Py.
l.-f.

16

29 30 4G

I'tus.

in

50 TM 10 20 II.
31 22 VIII.
42
44 4.". 2(; 2 VII.
41 45 30 30 XI.

Arz

lyjtncilU

Ouic/i-Alet 48 3

Castra
Alcxandri

37 59 32 31

Kc:ilUzicn 37

Assail
.\nuizuulus

XIV.
80
38 43 X.

33
39

4145

Anairni
Anaphc! I.

40 30 Mi 40 VI.
4122 59 25 XVII.

.Vniatliiis,

3 35 45 VIII.

.Airiiiiii,

rara

AllKiiia

Allianla
Allirmia,

Maria

iliW Alizza 40

Fl.

.Anacloriuin

.Vmruius M.

58 24 40 XIX.

5 41 3S XI.
37 35 1(1-1.5 XI.
39 3U 40 .55 X.

37

.VnapiiTa,

.in

Al Lucan

3()

A nave

Mcdi-

.\niardiis, vel
Mardus Fl.

.Mi-lTiiin,

.Mione

Aniyrus

44 30 42 40 IX.

on.

43

.McxaiidrTa,

Zungucbar 3

Aloiilro
fVluta Fl.

Amantla

49
27 25 V.
Alrria
VIII.
42 3
.Mi'Sia, Alise 47 30 22 25 IV.

Corra

:S35 VIII.

3.

Vlli.
15 45 III.
38 12 IX.

.'Miintiiini,

39 28 14 51 III.
48 25 27 58 V.

Almagne

Katidnhar

3.-

vet-Jaliel

38 G 41
XI.
37 40 40 37 XI.

Air-a

aia.

XXI.
XXI.

Kibir or
liuvimel
Aniyeta;
Aniyiiione
.Anabon, vel

44

.Aniantla

Alcyoniuin

Mare

.Altina

AlyzTa

33

Ali'xaiulria,

Ai
Aias M.

Moiis, Albanella
Alecs, Alcazar
Aleiiiixnnis
\lconis, Ai-

38

2(

1'tu.s.

25 40 27
5 40 40

find-il-

40

irliapoli

i9

.AiiipsiifjasFI

37 35 39 30 XI.

pai

.Alyi,

,\li'xaiiilria,

4G4tf

yelcri
Apyriiiiii,
Jiririrone
Apy/.yiiilia,

ad

Mliiiriairi,

Srandcroon 3G30 54 10

A^iiiitiiiii,

I nil i ken
Apylla vel
CaTf, Cer

2 52 57 XVI.
53 40 17 20 II.

nioiitoriiiin 33

.Mi'xaiulri

A^Ti-riiituiii,

Gir^'tnli

XXI.

.38

.\inplir\sus

29 20 VI.

47

Portiis

Alslnin
.Altaniim
Alllia;a, Or-

.Vitus

i|iia:

.VIbtiiii,

Sal on a

Allinum, Pa-

XXI.

.Mleinaiinl,

48 5 21 IS IV.
Agliiis, Zeiki 30 22 G5 50 XIV.
lis

Asiiria
Aiiithie

42 5.5! 12 ii
44 58 32 12

tea Tiberis

guebonne

A^'alliynium
Aeailiyrsi
Airuar
A;:i(li Ileum,

iM.

Album, Pro

yi:tr>lia, JIa-

kia

44 4 20 9 VII.
40 30,:tt20 VI.

.ilbciisa

Fl.
fVUmla;, .AT

A^UxJi .M.

Aiiipliissa,

Alin's Rlia;tira>, Rliatian Alps


Mpln'iis Fl.
Jiofro
Alsji'iitis,

;;aiiriiiin,

Mbi'ila, pos-

ylUliiripTa Inferior

Aillifiniis,

Elbe
Albiiiiiiln-

JllbanccUa
.MImiia

50
4U

])lin!!i

cl

Villa
\lbis Fl.

52 10 22 40 IV.
43 17 28 27 VII.

AlbiMolla,

Aiilliropo
A:iliii'i|iia

Jllphrii

40 52 41 39

.lamlioli

JVbric

Alps

.'Mliiiii.iiia,

Mbiiis

iUtliii'pcs

ca',

AmpliTpolis,

NorT-

.\l|ie8

29 20

.\lbiiii

F.si no

Jituntc
hello

Alblnla Fl.

Alhegna

yi:siiriis Fl.

Fl.

41 55

.30

30 VIII.

XXI.

.Aiiltnis Fl.

39

39 15

F.ns

.AniiamatTa
ludex

to

VI.
47 30 32
47 5 30 47 VI.

Dr. liullcr'n Auliwt AUas.

Augusta
Suossiunuin, Sois
sons

49 20 21 18 IV.

Augusta
Tauiindrum, T.inn 46 4

VII.

Augusta Treveiorura,
.

Traces

49 52 24 12 IV.

Augusta Vagienuorum
44 21 25 50 VII.

i^ico

Augusta Vindfilicoruui,

Augsburg 48 25 28 50 VI.
Augustamuica

30 40

.50

30

XX.

August!

Mausolrum

XXI.

August! For-

XXI.

tus

August!
Tempi.
Augustnbo-

33 9 53 39

XVI.

ua, Troijes 48 14 22 12 IV.

Augustobriga, Puente
del Ariohisco

AugustonumC'tum,
Clermont
Augustnritum, Li-

moges

IV.

45 50 19 14 IV.

AuUei-tichos,
42 21 45 51 IX.
Rouzek
Aulercl Cenomaui, in
48
17 40 IV.
Orne

Mega-

Aulis,

lo-vatha,

38 25

413 X.

Aulon, El-

Oour

40 28 37 44 X.

Aulon, Valo-

na

37 15 39 49 XI.

Aulon, vel

Campus
3'Iagiius,

El-Gour
Aulon Cilicius

32

5 54 40 XVI.

35 40 51

xm.

32 45 54 20
35 30 23

XVI.
XIX.

Aunedonacum, Annay
Auriinltes,

Hauran
AuriisTus M.
Aurea ChersonC'sus,

Malaija

Aurea

lleglo 23

AurC-lia Nova, Via

Aurella, Via

116
116

I.

A
A

XXI.
XXI.

I.

Aurelifini, in

Orleans

47 45 19 50 IV.

AureITi,

Forum

42 21 29 28

vm.

Aureoli,

Pons

45 37 27

3'

VII.

Aureus,

Mons
Ansa,

44 32 38 58 IX.
Osona 4155 20 15 III.

Ausci,

ill

Gers
Auser Fl.

43 25 18 30 IV.

43 50 28 20 VII.

Serchio

Ausetaui,
Catalonia
Ausilinili

42 2 19 30 III.
32 30 27 5 XIX.

Ausugura,
Val Suga-

na
Autulilles

Autricuni,
Chartras

Autrigunes
Auxiicii

M.

Auxan Fl.
Auximum,
Osimo
Auxfime,

Auium
Auzacia

46 6 29
20 30 5

li)

48 25 19
42 50 14
41 2U 89
4140 04

30 IV.
30 III.
30 XIV.

43 30

VI.

XVIII

10

XVII.

3120 VII.

14 30 54 20
40 50 i^9

T.

XIV.

LAT.
Bessripura,
T-.apar-

Bir.argik
Bessiea
Hosyii^M Fl.
ik'svii^'itis
IK'tiiiilKtra

B'lh sibrin 31
nelh.iKla
|:1

3."

Ii(-tli;iiiiiiiiiris

^>

:<ii

J")

LAT.

O
Coene, Senn

Cajno
CiEnupulis,

Keiinck
Csere
Ciere, vel

Ccr

A};yll:i,

Vetcri

Au-

Cffisar

gusta, Saragosaa
CaBsarCa
CfEsarGa Dio,
vel Sepphoris

Coesarea
Jersey

I.,

Caesariia, Julia,

yacur

C;esan"a

pri-

us Tunis
Straloiiis,

Cesar ca

CwsarOa

Plii-

lippi, vel

Paneas,

Baneas
CiEsarGa vel

Mazaca,
Kaisarich
Cajsarirma,
Buoii Albergo
CsesaroiUl-

num. Tours
CsBsarruiia-

gus, IVi-

thamt
Caesarumagiis, Beauvais
CtEsCiia, Ceseiia

Ca!sla Silva

Caferonian-

num,

Car-

figliano

Caicus

Fl.

Cajilta,

Gaeta

C&lao.Calaatel-

Wad

Caliibri, or
Calabria
Calacte, Caronia

Caladuuum
Calaguriis,

Calahorra
Caliiuia, Oel-

ma
Calamte, Calamala
Caljime, Calamat
Calitmon,

Calamon
Caliitlie

I.,

Oaleta
Calatia,

Oaiasa
Calatis
Calatius Fl.

Calatum,
Appleby
Calauria I.
Calbis Fl.
CalchorycliTi

M.
CalC-gia

Cales Calvi
Cales Fl.
CalPti, Pays
de Cauz

Caliana, Caranja
Calinda, vel
Calydiia
Calinga, Calingapatarn

Calingoe, in

Bahar

S(

Orissa
Calinipaxa,
Caliiii

'

LON.IPLATE
O

LAT.
O I

HI

ruui, JVetlterby

dariurum

50 12 37
4-2
5 31

5^<

V.

30 2G VIII.

Cassigliano 42 3
A'er-

44 44 45 40 IX.

sua
Carsiis Fl.
Mii/iersi

37

54 20 XIII.

3G10

12 39 III.

Carttia, Rocadillo

Cartel! iia,

Tennet
Carthiea
Cartliu;a

31)

2~

37
4-i
37 3o ^2
:t.".

XIX.

XI.
1 j XII.
1.")

Carllifigo,

XIX.

Satror?
Carthrtgo

(;astra I'ue-

Cektrum
35 30 17 10

ruruMi

Cclla;
Cellie

Castrciise,

Celsa

Castruni Novuui, Oiulia .Vova


42 50
Castruni NCivuni, Torre
C/tiaruccia 42 2

Catabauum,

43 30 46 10 IX.
84 30

31

XIV.

37 45 40 40 XIII.

Cams Vicus,

33

2 42 20 XI.
5S)

42 20 XII.

Casliliis Si-

nus, Calvi 42 40 21) .55 VIII.


Casaiiia
33 42155 35 XV.
Casii M. Cas 3U
104
I.
Casiliiium,
Capua
41 5 32 10 VIII.
CasTiniin,

San Ocr-

mano

30 59 5121

CaspiiiKium,
A!ipcren

Ca&pira
Ca^pluin

prius

Cas^inpia
Cafsilrrides
Scilly
Isles

Cataractes
Caiaracto-

Fons
Castcllura,
Casscl
Castliatia

5145

nx.

I7 30ill.

39 40 37 54 X.
39 30 3d 40 X.

1150

II.

Buckingham, ifC.
Caljllus

Caslra

CasUu

CenclnCa;
Cenita,
Ccneda
Ccniniagni,

Zero
Cenie I. Jirguin
Ceryna,
Cerina
Cesti;r,

VIII.

X.

M.

shire

45 57

VII.

XI

XXI.

27 50

52 5

II.

10

II.

i4 40 IV.
13 32 III.

30 41 32 22 VIII.

OlXVII.

43

iclisus

I'aropaniis

35 30 90
XIV.
'aiiciisus M. 41 2(1 05 10 .Wll.
I'aucasus M. 43
00 30 .Wll.
Caucoii Fl.
39 55 XI.
38
L'aucones
41 30 50 OXIII.

Caudium

41

i;iiulun

38

32.35 VIM.
34 8, VIII.

Ancastcr
17 3211.
Cauriuni,
Coria
39 34 11 15111.
Cava Kiibnex 38 20 42 OX.

Cavstrns

Cera

44 5 20 35 VII.
39 1 41 13 X.

("tbina

45 9 28 10 VII.
45 55 3I55iVlI.
35 3U22 UIXIX.

Ci'lirum,

Cephas M.
Ccphisus Fl.

45 20
47 45

VII.
IV.

CcraniTcus
PiuMS, O.
of Kcrnmo
Cerauilcus
Sinus, a.

Kcramo
Ceramicus
Cc ramus,

38
46
XIII.
44 20 20 2 VII.
45 54 41 59, IX.

42

Fl.

y,'cbris

Cliabiiiis Fl.
L'iiiinubos-

32 40 VIII.

Ciia-riides I.

cion
Clnrronr-a

43 54 41 51 IX.

Cc'ciliuiia

3018 seao'xv.

Clialna

n 55 VIII.
38 42 X.

35
35
38
40

lUileb

K^ripo
Chakis Fl.

45
XV.
55
XV.
40 39 3.-^ X.
21 4124 X.

38 24 41 41 XII.
36 15 55 10 XV.

Old

llaleb

35 55

XV.

32 35

XV.

Chalda-a,

Irak
Clialdici, vcl

Clialybes
Clialicon
Plus.

XIII.
38 20 40 30 X.

Clialiat,

38 35 60 45 XVII.

Alhlat

30 50 45 20 XIII.

Cbalusus

Fl.

28 30 V.

J'rare
rii:il\lirs. vel

37 3

II

XXI.

56 20 XIII.

Cbalila'i
ClialWii'S,

60 40

.^/i 11/10

45 42 XII.

Itenra,
JIulcb

38 2 4122 XI.

Ceriisns, vcl
PliarniicTa,

Clial> bonitis
in JIaleb

40 55 50 25 XIII.

Cera si us 1\I. 37 13 39 50 XI.


Cerbalus Fl.
Cirvaro
41 10 .33 20 VIII.
1

34

20

XVIII
ludcx

XVII.

Cliahbon, vel

M.

Sbckkah

20 10 50 20 XX.
40 20 34 50 VIII.
38 29 4157 X.

30 17 45 40 XII.
40 25 4120 IX.

Clialcis
Cliaicis
Clialcis,

XXI.

Ka ramo

Krresouii

XV.

36 15 .58 40 XV.
40 20 41 30 X.

Cbalcidice, in

Clialcis,

38 10 38 35 X.
XVIII
9 30 11

I.

57 25

I.

ClKili iilice

Cbalcis

38
38

I.

94

Cliak-r.lon,
Kiidikeiii

Knrki

Cerbira,

Ziher

FoMS

29 40 VIII.

27 20 VIII.
42 20 XII.
30 10 Vll.

96 20
Fl.

Kliuhour

36 55 45 40 XII.

tam
Chahfris
Curery

Clialioi-as Fl.

of

Ccrrita

23 52 IV.

XVII.

30 44 1135 III.

va

VIII.

38 30

Clialiorffi,

Chipio-

ris,

45 12 26 4 VII.
39 32 38 40 X.
37 10 49 10 XIII.

VIII.

VIII.
VII.

Ccpliissus Fl. 38 35 40 50 X.
(j'cpionisTur-

Kcrata

Fl.

kilchik

Mm iter

Cfnlii

XI.

Cuirk

truni Hesn
keif
37 45 58 40 XVII.
Crpllillon
4140 39 5. IX.

Ccpliallenia
1. Cephalovia

XVIII

38

Cureri-Pa-

Cel-

C<'pliall(.'nTa

45
42

4155 XII.

20 15

Chalirris,

Mc.<ra1a
51 19 27 35 V.

5133 XIII.

CcMdum,

Ccpliiil:i;dis,

Cassel

30

Cevelum, vel

Cf'pliMUe,

Caturijies,

VIII.

near Seteiral

Ccnlorlu
37 33
Centuriiuim,
Centuri
42 59
Ccos I. Zea
37 40
(,'epasiiE
45 50
Ct'pha Cas-

L'astcllum,

Ccbrus

XI.

XV.

17 30 II.

.38

Plus, ad
Cetobriga,

Cen test mum

Vecchia

35 27

Cetfirla, Scupcllo
Cetfirias,

37 34
37 52

.50

Cononirini

4.

M.

Scstin

Ccstrlna
Cestrns Fl.

Cenionis Os-

Cenomani

40 33

Ceriiitlius,

VII.

37 20
38 50

L'enturipie,

ingham-

'fba,

solix.
50 IX.
20 X.

XIV.

Catti, Buck-

Cerouia,
Ccrines

hc, Civita

30 :iO 112
35 40 54

L'atieuchlani,
ill Herts,

40 37,X.

40 15
40 45
40 5

:}9

Cerinia, vel

Cena.xis
Pal us

Centum

vcl IsinnsE,

39 23 3H30^X.
38 40 53 20 X I II.
37 5 53 55 XIU.

cm.

43 2
43 20
Centrites Fl. 37 30

Causcunn,
50

40 III.

38 30

31 30 VIII.

42

Cerilii, Ci-

IV.

40 20

ad

II 41

Castorum,
Tfiinp.

37 2J1 32 55 VIII.
XIII.
37 50 54
4 5

PUS M.

40

ana

in Suffolk

rick Brid^re 51 22 10 18 II.

37 50 06 40 XVII.

Fl.

tia

Caucasus, vel

Cassopa"! in
Castiibiila
Casliibiila
Cagtiilius

XIV.

near Cotte-

1.

19

III.

46 55 26 50 VII.
37 42 42 25 XI.
38 15 41 11 X.

Ceressus
Ceressus
Certennia,
C(feuna
rclla

C.dydiiiis Fl.
Cunienc'liuni,
Ciiniez
43 48
Ceiia, Siculi-

honiiiirh,

('aucana
06

Olvdnus

Centluum

Charges

32

Lugo di
Lugano

50 29 31 VI.
54 29 50 V.
55 39 51 IX.
10|43 28 IX.
30 17 40!lll.

Fl.

niuni,
Tliorn-

Catliii-i

I.

Albania

I.

Jiesse

I'oti-

CassTi
Cassiupe,
Cassopo

109

27

1.

Cauca Coca

ilipa

I.

Caltonim
51 47 23 !l IV.
33 45 93 40 XIV.

Celydnus

Ceuii'um Pr.
05

48 50 22 20 IV.

XVII.

39 20

Miire,

Caspian
Sea
CaspTus
Miins
Cassandria,

VIII.

Clialons
Caliina, Catania

XIV.

PJ'la;

Caspifini,

Kazeran

vin.

26 30 72

XX.

Casius Mons.
Cos
35 55 54 25 XV.
Casius Mons.
Cas
XX.
Caspise

52

Kais
Catalauni,

I'atlu'la

41 32 31 45 VIII.

Casiiim,
Calieh

Catalji'da I'l.
Slialiiran

Cataonia
39

I'roin.

:9

Cenchres,
Kcnkri
Osiulom 31 5 43 40 XVIII

Cat:ca
40 42|50 5(l'Xni.
11 45 53 15 .Xlll.
5157:23 40 IV.

Carystus,

Ca rislo
Carystus

bel

Catalonia
Cere si us
hacus,

Aka-

nius,

Carura, Ka-

Arragon
trjos

G 14 22 III.

16

48
48
40
42
41

CeltTci, Alon-

Uatabatli-

Carura,

Carusa
Carvo

VIII.

48 40 32 28 v.

S/i ilia III

40 45 39 42
40 35 37 38

47

Galli

40 30 34

Carta feja 40 31 17 44 HI.

Ceretrini,

XVII.

34 50 29 30 XIX.
40 55 412; IX.
4125 XII.
41

Cercine
Ocrcine

Celtihfri,

Basien-

to

1 III.

30 6 51 15 XIII.
37 25 41 30 XI.

43 40 56 20

I.

Kcrkiiii

Cclta;, sive

iidlnick

Castulo, Cazlona
38

Cariiiii Vox-

Tekcrkeh

XXI.

Aiiipliith.

Vr-lus,

reh

Kclhcim

Jiibnic
45 12 42 18 IX.
Castra Zarbi 4153 44 31 IX.

Fl.

37 31 17

Cercina

Celeusuni,

Celuusuin

Casurgis,
Cour-.im

Kauri

XIX.

Castra Trajfina, near

Casuentum

Carthago

tiis

2410 3128 XX.

CebMideris
Cclotlirum,
Castona

Ni'iva, Car-

t/iai'ena

Kclnar

Caslra Nova,
Caracal
44 9 42 42 IX.

5 VIII.

Carsulii',

Cercetidis
iuus

xm.

33 10 48 4
40 15 33 15 VI.
48 50 33 58 V.

Cc-k-iidcris,

Castra Lapi

teiilia,

Carru?
Carrodunum,

Karahisar

CeUi'iiiC,

Ci'li'uiaiitia

55

41 15 XI.

I.

Cclcia, Cellcij

plurrno-

30 4 2'^ 20 XIX.
bos
Carra, Kara 33 40 55 20 XV.
Carrua Po-

CracotD ?

III.

('a.-tra K.x-

Carpis, Oar-

Carsum,

Caseres

Iia,

14 30

tile

Carsfr.li

'

Cecrj?pha

Castra Ca-cl

Carpctrin!,
A'eto Cas-

Cliamavi, i?i
JMunflcr

Cbaunia
Charac ATcial
Cliar.Huuia
Cliaradra
to

XV.

36 7 55
36

5 55 10

52 50 25
40 10 37
31 22 53
37 15 40
38 40 40

Ur. Butler's AiiUenl Atlas.

XV.

40 V.
50 X.
4ti

XVI.

25 XI.
25 X.

(10)

'

'

Charadrua
37 40 40 25 XI.

CliUradrus
33

Fl.

4155 XI.

Chiiradrus
37 23 4145 XI.

Fl.

Charadrus
39 20 38 45 X.

Fl.

^gash 30 25 66 25 XIV.

Charpote,
38 25 5G 57 XVII.
00 30 I.
25

KarlBirt
Chariatlia.

Cliarideuum
Pr. Capo

Oata

Canciis

Ha ran

Uliytriuin
Cliytrus,

35 21

CianusSinus,
O. of Ohio 40 20 47
Cibillis,

3G5: 57

XV.

Swilei
Uihyra,
Biiraz

42 45 58 55
33 3 33 22

XVII.

(.'ichyrus
CiciB I.
Cicniiii

MannarScari
Chlirybdis

via.

45

52 20 25 50
53 10 20 20

CliaLici
Cliaiici Majores, in

Spada

53 30

III.

IX.

52 30 XIII.

Devon
5130 25 40 V.

Kelidoni

Chelonules
Paludes

5 48 30 XIII.

36

XVIIl

19 30 45

Clieloultes
Pr.

Toniese

37 54 39 15 XI.

Clii-'loiutes

37 45 39 15 XI.

Sinus

min

26 35 49 52
3120 48 50

XX.
XX.

ret

35 40 53 50 XV.
38 22 42 10 XI.

Circatora
17
CliersnuCsus,
Peniscola
40
ChersoiiGsus

Tlirficius

CliiiuOrTual
Pr.
Fl. Calef
I. Scio
Chios, Scio

XIX.

40 20
52 30

IX.
V.

40

X.

39 18

X.

XIX.

36 10
38 20
38 22

XII.
XII.

XIV.
XIV.

34 10

2710

s.

X.
XIII.
IX.

...'itius

Mous

Citron

rjUie

et Pydna
ium

ins Fl.

Ohio

izara

5 47 50
10 41 20
34 59 51 40
40
39 20

44 45 25 15

40 17 40 25 X.
44 56 45 45 IX.
40 10 47 .30 XIII.
311 XIII.
40 10
40 53 5419 XIII.

XIV.

Clanipctia,

XV.

Clanis Fl.

35 20
39 18 34 40
42 'O 72

VUI.
I.

44 50

Cliiaco

73

Chorfiziii, vcl

32 47153 43 XVI.

VI.

36 22 23 15 XIX.
40 37 44 29 XII.

Fl.

42 10 ,59 50 XVII.
46 10 44 10 IX.

Cocajon

Fl.

La Catena

VIII.
29 55 VII.

48 29 28 17 VI.
Classis, C/(iss^ 43 19 30 11 VII.
Clastuliiim,
Sc/iiatazzo
45 2 27 8 VII,

XXI.

1!

38

4 45 12 XIII.

37 58 47 35 XIII.
37 50 40 35 XI.

39 55 18 40
38

5 33 35 VIII.

15 20

II.

Cochaba
Cocintum

padocia3

Pontica,
jilmons
Coniaria Pr.
Comorin

Capo

53 48 15 28 II.
33 20 54 16 XVI.

XV.

37 57 54 32 XIII.

39 35 55 40 XIII.
9

94 20

I.

Fanari

39 10 38 35 X.

Conibreto-

nium,
Stratford

5159

19

II.

Conibustica
Coiubustica

43 33 4152 IX.
43 40 41 4 IX.

ComisCne,
Comis
Comopulis

35 20

r3

XIV.

49

6 XIII.

ModrOnre,

Mouderni
Compasi

Alcala
Conipsa,
Conza

Como

40
25
43

51 21 XX.
7 30 18 VII.

40 32 14 41
40 52 33

7 VIII.

46 48 27

VII.

43 29 12 39

III.]

Conciina,
d'Ovil

di

38 35 34

8 VIII.

Stillo

Fl.

Codanium
Zealand

Concobar,

Kcngheva

Cocintum,
38 24 34 10 VIII.
44 3 10 38 IV.
39 20 38 30 X.
54 19 36 40

Concordia,
Concordia
Condate,
C(i?ie

34 20 64 59 XIV.

45 43 30 45 VII.
47 10 21

IV.

Condate,
JVorthicich

I.

25

8 33

Si-

V.
33
nus, Baltic 55
37 55 39 35 XI.
XVI.
33 30 54
Cieli.'mum,
34 47 VIII.
Ciglinno
Ca'.le

Congleton? 5317 15 22
Condate,
16 18
48
Rcnnes
Condivin

cum,
Mintz

CcRloSyria

Fl.

46

Kendak 28

08

30 37 VII.
ludex

to Dr. Buller'a

II.

47 12 16 22 IV.

Condocliatcs

Cu'liiia,

Celina

37 40 55 40

Cavgas

sniio

num,

Kamash
Comfma Cap-

48 15 33 35 VI.

Comum,

Coccium,

Cocosa
Cocytus

labcr

Complutum,
99 30

cola
Cocciurri,
Cocklcij?

Codunus
43

18 55 [I.
36 46 39 56 XI.

ConiagOnffi,

Com pit nm

44

Codanonia

Clarcnna,

Rain

Chorasinii,

29 40 XIX.
47 40 54 XI.
40 40 50 XI.
38 45 lb XIII.
10 48 50 XX.

vel Ca'li-

10 27 20 V.
37 35 39 45 XI.

.52

Mmantia

El

37
38
38
36
28

Cijbrys

Pr.

5152

Coniiirus
Ptus. Porto

Aspis,
AklibiBa

Ribchcstcr

Clades Vari-

Klapal

Kiilje

Karasm

XIII.

niideus Fl.
Clanibrtis,

Cliodda,

ChorasniTa

Cluso Fl.
Clusone
Clypea, vel

Cocala, Sica36

M. 38

rma

Karun

Come
Chone

43 44 29 50 VII.

Mons

et Oppid.
Castei

CitTuin, Cito

1 III.

Cocajoii

I.

CitluiTon

Colibre

Novum,

Co bus

46 25 24 15 IV.
55 43 14 5 a.

Columna,

15

Copt

40 30 4115 X.

Cisme

Rossa
8

50 55 24 56 IV.

Largen-

Chiusi

Mens

Cisthriiffi

Clionos
Culossaj M.
Colubrfiria I

Comana

Fl.

Ciiba, Bujeiah

38 50 26 40

28 10 VII.

43 13 3135 VII.
38 30 47 30 XIII.

mo

Co, Samalut

ssus
Cissus

Ciilossce,

Clusium

XV.
XXI.

XXI.
XXI.

55

Colonos

Coniagene,

35 15 58 20

C
A

Monte

XVII.
XVII.
XIV.
X.

XX.

Coionis

30 35 VIII.

Ckuiiia,

XII.

3110 47

XI.

Forum,

XIX.

Cissii
Cissli

10 VIII.
5'J

Coiupiiou

35 36 4151
4120 59 15
4120 59 20
31
(Hi 30
40 33 40 54

<

39

Clnuia, Feldkirchen
47 18 27 28 VI.
Clusium,
29 48 VIII.
Chuisi

Circesmm,

ius,

Komm

37

36 15 24 40

Chofma,
Choarliia
Clioaspes Fl.

4155 33

Kisamo

Chinalaph
Chios

chester

Canipo
C'lltor

stantia
Cisiimus,

38 23 42 12 XII.

Colonia

VII.

VIII.

Equestris,

43 25

41 10

17 45 III.
29 2 VII.

Colonia

Cluiiia,

I.

xvn.

41
44

Colonia, Col-

18 29

C'liiiiiOra,

Cimera

17 50 IV.

Cnemldes
Cnemjs M.
Cnidus

Cliersonesus,

Chcruscitf

Auch

89 20

Chersonesus

Tanolaro
ChcrsoiiLSUs

Cologne

ClInia.K M.
Cliuibcrris,

III.

XVII.

38 15 57 22

12
Dctnbea
Colonia
Agrippina,

42 10

3130 32 30 XVIII

Cissia

Jathij

28 25 VII.
35 40 52 30 XIII.
36 30 48 40 XIII.

Kirkesiah
Circus Max.
Cirta, Con-

Prom.

XX.

XII.

Qua-

Cir cello

Colicaria

4140 60

Bahr
50 28

Corugna

am

Miiigrclia

36 50

Cliiyphs Fl.
Jl'ad

Cleopatris,
vel Arsinoe, Suez
Cleusis Fl.
Chiese
elides I. s.
Cleides

Cludrus

Regio

Colcliis,

Collfitia,

Piano di
san Oiaco-

Ciii?,'U[iim,

il

C'liersonC'Sus,

Chersonesi

I.

Circcii Op.
et Pr.

37 30

Chersoiiesus,
Cap. Zia-

Chersonesus

57 30 27 30

Fl.

fora

44 45 XIII.

XVI.

38 40 46 40 XIII.
45 40 32 50 VI.

Curcollo
28 30 40 OIXVIII
Colli ua, Pta.
37 48 40 50 XI.
Coloc Palus,

Pains
Cleone

Mouslicr

Cinnainorni-

Cliersoiifsus,

Cophnidea

Cinga

Ciiigoli

vel Panopnlis, Ek-

Cliemnis

Ciniolus I.
Argentiera

V.

Fl.

Coleiida, CaV ami or us

Clodii

27

tlia

Colcliis

27 18

Clitnmni
Teniplum
55

Ciiica

Chemiiiis,

14 30 II.

Ciinbrica
CliersonSsus, HoiCiiiibroruni
Pr.

50 55 16 38 II.
IX.
42 40 38

Marino!
51

stein

ampton

Cliterjiia,

XII.

35 45

Ciuibri, JV. of

Friezland
and Oldenhe rg

Julias,
Tcl-oui

XIII.
X.

Ca'nopniis,
sive UezG-

Colapis Fl.

Vourla

Ciiiuirus Pr.

Bremen

XV.

Cogamus

Clavenna,
Chiavenna

Cleartis

31 10 13 40 XIX.
36 31 13 9 III.

Silbin
Clliiifina

56 40

CoEliusMons,
Kcl-muntz 48 10 28 9
Cocnon Hydro uui a
24 30 52 10

42 10 30 41 VIII
45 50 35 30 VI.

CIau.sula Fl.

XIII.

Oer-

Cilliiba,

Clianci Minorcs, in

Chelidomae

37

CtKlius

XXI.

2:

ClausC-utum,
Old South-

Clazunieua;,

5 36 20 VI.

37 14 47 26
39 18 38 30
42 14 9
43 50
41

ramania

Upper

Furuui,
Oriuolo

XIII.

CilicTa, Ca-

Chasuarii, in
Miinster

XIII.

XXI.
XXI.

VII.

29

Claudius M.

.14 15 XVI.
35 XV.
35 50
44 40 XII.
24
38

Chuhana

Quadcrna
Claudia, Via
Claudias,
Clondreh
Claiidii,

42 20 59 50 XVII.

Chariis Fl.

Cholle,

I.

I.

44 2 XIII.
43 30 XII.

36 48 15 50 III.

Cliaira;,

Cliobda

45
42

40 59

Scutari

Cijlria

Fl.

Engari

Ras

Cliorsuius Fl. 58
Clirrmus Fl. 53
Clirysa ot Si39 35
linthiuiu
39 55
Chryse I.

Chrysorrhoas
Fl. Baradi 33 27

Cliarlxlte, vcl

del

34 20 73 30 XIV.
Knrs 40 28 61 3 XVII.

Chrysu polls,

Chiiia.i:,

lali

tliriJne

(Jhorsa,

CoDli<)Ius

Claterna,

Choromi-

Fl.

LAT. LON.

LON.IPLATE

PLATE

LAT.
o

LAT. LON.
O ' O

Aclient Allai.

LAT.

LAT.iLON.iPLATE.

Dyme
Dyme

41
3.-^

Uyras

2I-I4
II)

:w

12 IX.
3:<

XI.

3d5J40 3o XI.

FI.

Lensina
KIcMitticne
liloiitliero-

Dyrracliliim,
postca Epi-

Lacoiies,

duiiiiiiis,

4132 37 50 IX.

Dura.io

Eleusls,

among the
Mai notes
Kleiilliuro-

pulKS

Kli'iillu'ru3

FI. JVaAr-

Eb

il

M.

32 12^53 Id

XVI.

EbcHiiium,

Kibcr
Elibr-ris,

42

Baillo
Ehlaiin,

lil

17

7 III.

Klaa?
Elis

Oas-

53 1.5
Dublin
EUora, Ecora
Eboracuin,
York
53 50

I'jlis,

Ebrodunum,

Hlusa,

Kmbrum
Ebiidt-s

touni
Klis.wn FI.
Klloiila
Kliisa,

44 30

Hebrides
Ebiiri, Kooli
Ehiirodu-

V) II
40 35 32 55 VIII.

5.-<

V.
OiIV.

2f<

50 55 23

Beligrad
48 50 19

maiidij

IV,

Ebiii'iiiii,

40 38 34

Olenuti

Ebusus,
Vnica

Sit

V.

Kiut'sa, Hems
Eiiioiita
Aiiciista,

Merida
EiiiiMiiiiii,

.30

10 40 III.

Ecblitiina,

Ilamadan

34 50 Go 59

XIV.

Ainpurias

vol Eubrij-

Res
Ecilippn Zib

40 22.W
32 53i53

5 XIII.

XVI.

41

FI.
I.

041

Kndor, Endor

38 18 30 27

Engaddi

33 56 40 53 X.

Kiiliydia,
Kdn at

Echinus,
ikliinon

Edossa, Orha

XV.

or Or/a
Edessa, Orfa

IX.

Edr-sea, vel

Mag-

I'lioria

Enseal, ad,
near Pontc

Jlrranon

Hiriio/i

ill

Romania
Edro Ptiis.
Kilniin, Idro
Ejiolesta,
Inicsta

41
IX.
42
45 If 30 (I VII.
45 47 28 23 VII.

XVI.

Egnatia,
EiluthyiiB

40 .M 34
25 12 50

2 VIII.
4'.t

XX.

4130 XII.

Accjiron,

Jalea

32 10 52-1.' XVI.
38 54 44 Sf XIII.

Eltcruis, in

Albania
Ela'118

XII.

X.
XI.
V.

XVII.

3*11

5 50 50

VI.

:j8^20l3'.37
r.

XX.

20:M 5

38
40

1.

y>tt

Diable

Kpicaiia,
I'uca

Epiilamnns,
racliliini,

Durnzzo
Epidanrns

Mnura,
MnlriKiia
rrtr/iia
I'id/trra

Jixguso
Virehia
l'.pi(l<'linni

Kli'^iis

lilciisa

Epiiyra
Epiiyra
Kpliyra

lOpidannis,

24

Eir-iis

Klfiisa
Eleiisa

Epliraini
Kpliraiin
lOplirrnus FI.

i'.piiianrns,

48 12 31

Dgczira

^luro

I.

r.plirsns,
Jliusiiluc

piislea l)yr
I.

Eli'pliantTnc

al Sag
ElL'pnrus FI.

/r.

Epellnm

I'.pliyre I.
r>o 3H 10 X.
30.wl3H 10 X.
37 7t3'.l 4K xr.

30

Elect ra
EiaiticiisSin 38 50 44 40
Elancon Purtiis, Deli
12 20i 02 30
Elntra,
Eleula
38 30 40 43
Eliitus M.
37 45 :W .IfEliTlrldes I. 54 20'37 20
Elegia, Ilija 40 7,.W58
Eletfiiiin,
F.edl

Cdlalirise
Konliii, in

airobcz

Eion, Mendina
Ekrnn, vcl

^krtn

Entelia, near

lioumelia
III.

Eglon
^gnazzo

Enipeiis FI.
Knipc'us FI.
Enipeiis FI.
Enna, Castro

Janni
40 52 40

Edct.'ini, in

Eduiiis,

Vav.1

Eiidldx,

Kgna

Echedurus
Ecliiniidcs

vcl

Nicopolis

Emodi
Monies
Ernpuria!,

EccnbiTga,

iltisa

Beligrad
I>lym.~ijs

i/lrnaut

AiiliTci,

about Eurse
in jVor-

I.

Landcs

Elyiiiiotis,

Ebiirovices

Elii-a,

the

Elyiiia,

jirnaut

iiuin, Brill

Eburonrs

A\sc,
I en a

Kuse
Kuse

Elusatos, in

I.

tJ'44

VIII.
H XII.

X.

30 30 40 l. XII.
37 47 41 22 XI.
37 40 4140 XI.

lOpiilla'
/.-/a

Ins.

and

l-ura

Epiilia Supr.
1.

.lurn

Epiilia Infr.
1. Isla

LAT.
O '

tAT.

GKt'irum So-

firandimT-

46
47 20 IX.
litudo
34 42 jri24 XV.
Gicldan
Gigarla, Oa33 54 .53 40 XV.
:ir
40 'Jj' 40 50 X.
Gigonus

ros
Giaiiiciis Fl.
Oiiseola

Git;uiiU3

G rail is

Graiiiri.'iiia

Adriatic,
or G. of

42 55
45 10 XIII.
40
43 34 40 4 IX.
29 20 09 20 XIV.

19 0'3(;
34 3Ul li 50

Ocnim

31 2t;'54
30 :pl54

Giiiiliirua

Gir Fl.
Gir Fl. JViger? It'ad
Adjedec?
Gira
Girgis, Qer-

3140

1-'
4-.'

17 40

XVI.
XV.
XIX.

XVITI

XVIU

tan

Fl.

Fliiiicu.s Fl.

32 50.53 21
;}ti50 47 20
42 20|ii0 30
40 50ljJ20
is 10 31) 45

-Xlll.

XVII.
XVII.
XI.

Micri

Qroude
Griiiiientuin,
Jirmeiito

Guba

(Jiiba,

(iiirhita

XIII.

line lis Fl.

Giina
(Jurules

O/ottccster
Glisiis
Glotta JEst,

5152

15 40

3d 23

4130

(iyiirus

Gobbannium, Mergavcnny

XV.

27
40
39
40
36

53 13

Goganliia
Gninptii

Goniius
Gonfisa

40 70
10 00
43 39
43 40
1 40

XVI.

1.'

XIV.

30
2S
35
2

XVII.
X.
X.
XI.

Gorbi'iis,

Oorgaba

39 40 51

XIII.

y.oio Hul-

nara

gheng
Gortyna

5;i 26
5 VIII.
39 59 49 41 XIII.

39 31 59
34 59 43

XII.

XI.

Gortys, Oaritena
Ciothini, in
Silesia

Gothoncs,
Ooths
Gra-cTa
Gra-cos, ad

37 35 40

7 XI.

and
Great St.
Bernard

XIX.

J.illlc St.

VII.

2:

near Akalzike

36 43 40 39 XI.

Ilarplisus Fl.
Fl.

H
Haditlia
lladraute,

KaUisch

llasta
llasta

34

5 00 15

XV.

41 35'GOi
40 20'61.

XVII.
XVII.

37 25 '40
42 40 '28
44 23 26

XIII.
VIII.
VII.

34 54,60

XV.

lis,

42

3'

3155 VIII.

Boti
Iladrirniiim,
vel SevcriIi9,

liiin

Hebron, Cabr
Ibrahim
31

Ikbrus Fl.
Maritza

XXI.

Maritza
Ht'catompediim
llccatompy-

543

IX.

41 20 44

IX.

40 10 38

X.

35 40 72 10

XIV.

42

los, JJaine-

gan

XXI.

ilcgiithmathla

51 10 34 10 V.

Ili'ldi'ia,

40 11 38 15 X.

Burgkclle 33 40 53 32 XV.
40 5,33

lir-ir-a

40 33 49

3.-

XIII.

VIII.

IKdriia, vel

Maoris,

Mar ronisi
lli'lfnopon55 5 16 20

II.

Iiries Fl.

vc'l 'I'artii-

IloliaramTa
Hi-llce, Ikti-

45 2 29 50 vii.

man
Tee
llrlinon Fl.

lit'

42

34 20 VIII.

llrlTciii

37 43 42

M.

5X1.

30 XIII.
40 JO 33 (I VIII.
33 55 27 2 XV.
41

tiis

riis Fl.

Tarlaro

XVI.

30|.53

Ikdirtis Fl.

52 3 22 22 IV.

Mrian

o/ile

flatra, Hai-

der
46 10 32 45 VI.

Castcl St.
An:rclo

.53

42 5o'42 15 IX.
38 9 40 11X1.
40 4 40 20 X.
38 14 41 5 X.

ll.'lioprdis,

Balbec

Adriatic,
G. of yenice

40 30 25

35 20 29 15 XIX.
38 20105 Id XVII.

Ilarpassus

t'cnire

45 5 24 40 IV.

9 28 III.

2710 74 58 XIV.

Abassi

Mare,

GraiiE Alpes,

XVIII

Ilariiiozica,

lladriaticum

tle

Bernard

33 10 29 55

lladriaticiim
Mari', G.of

et

Pijiinlnin,
Alpi>s, Lit-

34 42 57

recca

lladri.'tnus,

53 30 36 t V.
40
3d
[.
43 22 29 40 VII.

XIII.

Ya-

Harmozia,
Bender

Zoara and

Gylliiuin,
Colokylhia

Mahdia
Hara

XIV.

niim Val50 14 35 24 V.

41 10 54
28 30 45

Turns,

32 30 69 30

Gviidcs Fl.

Hadiianopu37 33 40

40 10 51 50 XIII.

HUlys Os-

llaia;,

Villa
^
Iladrianopo-

XVII.
1:

Fl.

Ki.iler-

XIV.

65

32

Ilailri^ini

75 10

Gortyiius
Fl.

Fl.

Moles,

40

Gornens,
Khorien

III.

llailriani

Jisi-

Gordliim
Gorgo, Ur-

Gyna'cupdlis

Gy lidos

Fnnim,
Voorburg

tan

37 49 30 41 VIII.

Sal erne

Halys

37

39 10 21

40 5 58 49 XVII.
30 46 48 50 XX.

llailri.'iiii

Corditrinum
J'r. Capo

IX.

4150 XII.

Plus.
Haninhiilis

Ma-

Jidria

niiiliis.

39 13

ilalycr.i,

mak

llailria,

tii-

44 50 47

Dromo

38 44 34 15 VIII.

Hasalmakbes
32

1.

Castra
Hannibalis

Zeindeh.
II.

Lacus

0'4fi 10 XIII.
37 20 41 10 XI.

IlalouiiOsus

tium
Haminonii

Gypsaria,

5148 15 2

37

llalTce
Haiiiiyris

vel Bale-

Zeindeh
33 52 55 50

roun

40 10140
IX.
38 27 4110 X.

HaniiTbalis

Gyiiiiiias

Gogfina,

Congon

40 10 33 45 VIII.
42 5li If XV.
41 31 3'.l 5f IX.
XIV.
35 30 d4
30 30 d9 40 XIV.
35 40 28 5 XIX.
10 d 26 3' VIII.
31
57
I.
37 37 42 45 XII.

Minorca

36 59 40 50 XI.
35 8 43 35 XII.

llaliaciiiuii

Fl.

5120 2130 IV.

43
42 50 IX.
38 39 41 10 XI.
38 5 45 1 XIII.
18 0158
1.
40 10 40 29 X.

GymnasuB,
arL'S,

Gofiia, rectius Gopb-

na

Haliartus
Halicarnassus, Bod-

III.

jorca and
39 16 38 30

s.

Glyppia

4150

cus

Bay

Gnossii3
Goarin, HoV a rein

llaliacmon

I.

Jour a

Glykys Liof Olykeon

48 10 27 29 VI.
51 52 23 32 IV.

Gyg^us La-

Forth of
55 20 13
Clyde
Glotta I. I. of
Arran
55 35 12 50

Conliiiiii

Hal.'sus Fl.
Mali

GiavTi

(J

36 30

Gir-vuiii,

Glympos

tino

(>uria

Glniicus Sinus, O. of

IliiUe

Grisingen

XVI.

IX.

Montc'S,
mi nek

Dag

di

(Jrudii, Terre de

Ain-eizei-

Bo rum

St. Jigos-

Griinii-s
(Jrnvli s.

XIX.

trciiia,

Ila'iiiiis

Gravisca;,

XIX.

Glauciis: Fl.
Glaiiciis Fl.

18 39 IV.

Griiiano,
17 30!39
Id 30!3d 30

gis
Giiwhala,

Glaiicus

XIX.

49 55 28 59 V.

Krcmo

35 50 28 58

tiiiii,

F.mi nek-

Grainoille 49
XVIII
XVllI Gravioiiariiiin

40 50 37 20 IX.

yenicc
IladruuiGllaiiii E.\-

36 Id 28 50

Gravlniim,

rectiiiii

Girgina
Gilila
Giii-a,

GraiT

Fl.

radi

GigrU M.

delV

Marc,

riitu, Jila-

Grassii, Je-

Prom.

nn'n,

lladriaticum

54

2 54 25

XV.

lliliuprdis,

On
42

35

Uriison Fl.
Ilelisson Fl.

30 10 49 2.) XX.
37 25 40 12 XI.
37 55:39 20 XI.

'

Lamotis,

Lansontus,

Lanmzo

5150 xin.

36 45

Lamps

59 40 1 xt.
38 2 40
XI.
37 51 4153 XI.
:i7

Lanipia M.

Lampra
Lampsaciis,

40 19 44 45 XIII.

IV.

37
51 3 XIIL
38 20 41
X.
12 51 12 15 III.

Lamir.o
Liaiicia

Laiicia Op-

VIL

45 13 27 22
.39 50 33 10

Vecrlii

t>inus

VIIL

Lavntia;,

33 24

I'lU'tor

4130

XVIL

(iO

dad Rod-

Lfbiidica,

Lebiuthus

Ciuita

XXL

XV.

Laoilicca

Combusta,
Ladike
LaodicOa,

38

Eski-liisar

LaodicGa,
Ladikie
Lapiiia

37 47

XIIL

35 35 53 57
35 15 20 45

XV.
XIX.

40

X.

LapGthus
6 40

Laputhds,

5120 XIIL

La/jcto
Liipis Pii111

us

XXI.

cundus

XXL

Lapiirdum,
Baijonne

43 27 24 25 IV.

Laianda,
Larcndeh

23

LaniRira,
Larino
Larissa

XIII.

Larissa
Larissa
Larissa Creniaste
Larissa,

41 48
39 37
38 5
39 3
36 7

32 48

VIIL
X.

39 26 XI.
44 5 XII.
61
XV.

38 59 40 56 X.

Sliizar

Larissus Fl.

Laruis
Lacus, L.
di Co mo
I.

34 59 54 52
38 5 39 30

Larijm.
Siipr.

Via

Liitini
Liiluiin
Latniiis Fl.

55 30 12 40 IL

38 33 4123

XL

XIX.

41 11

XL

Fl.

Launielium,
Lomcllo

XXI.

41 42 31

VIII.
37 30 45 40 XIII.

25 21 50 26

XX.

25 19|50 31

XX.

48
2710 V.
46 12 3518 VL

42 10

XL

14 10

XIX.

26 4G VII.

XXL

Laurentl-

Laurentum,
di

4142 30

16

VIIL

52 7 22 50 IV.

Lauriiicum,

37 12 32 52

VIIL

VL
XL

39 50 33 40

VIIL

Fl.

Lipiira

XX.

36
7 1
26 24 49 56

XV.
XX.

35 22

VL

5159 23 40 IV.
20 IV.
20
20 XVI.
20 XV.

XVL

45

L
39 10

Lissus,
Alessio
Lista, Monte
di Lista

Litabrum,
Buitrago
Torre di
Patria

Mons

26 52 VII.

Litbrus Fl.

39

15 44

3140 53

IIL

37 37 41
14
116

rioris'

I.

Deserta,

Sahara

VL

XXL
3156

XVI.

Lotx'ttum,

Rcqucna

VI.

Locaricuni,
Calla Finii 37 55 30 50 VIII.
Locorltuin
50 5 27 42 V.
Locri Epi-ze-

43 33 28 14 VII.

pliyrii,

30

43

Motta di
Burzano
Locri-Opun-

I.

1130 39 20 XVIII
33 30 26 30

37 59 33 52

VIIL

38 40

tli

Locri i Epi38 45 40 50 XL
CnemldTi
Locri i Ozulce 38 20 40 10 X.

Kl-Lou,-

XL

29 47

Livii Forum,
Forli
44 15 29 50JVIL
Li.\as
35 15 11 55 XIX.

40
13 21 IIL
43 35 10 45 III.

Libya Palus,

LibviB Inte-

XIIL
XIIL

Haran

XVI.

KlLou-

XVIL

39 30 53 10
39 20 .53 20

LivKE, ad
Galliras
Villa
LIvIas, Beth-

26 20 VIII.

XIX.

Logia

A frica

Daghistan 42.30 65

VIIL

Via

LabrOnis

XII.

Lesga;, in

40 53 3158

Littaniuni,
Liilach
Littorfdis

Horcfilis

dcah
Libya, vel

IIL

Oplilimus

Liburnia,
Croatia
Liburni, vel

dealt

VIII.
40 48

Lithrus, et

Porta di
Torre

Plus.

37 58 IX.

Liternuin,

XVI.

46 27 25 59 VII.
Libftlirus M. 33 20 41
X.

Libya, in
Fezzan
Libya Palus,

30 40 VII.

412. 3140 VIIL


42 29 42 32 IX.

no
LissoB

Argua

Libunca

VIII.

za
LIris Fl.

Castel

Libora, Talarera

VIL

I.

Gariglia-

49 15 18
Libiini Vallis 33 15 53
Libimus
33 30 53
Li ban us
34 20 54
Li ban us
Anti
33 20 53

liibna

IV.

Lipari
Li(|ucntla
Fl. Liven-

52 30 27 40

Lexovii, iyi
Calvados

Lesuza
30 43 49 22

46 10 26 30 VL
Lepreum
37 23 39 48 XL
Lepsla, Lipso 37 29 44 45 XII.
Lcptis Magna, Lebida 3215 33 40 XVIII.
Leptis Minor, Lcmta 35 35
XIX.
Lerna Palus,
Motiiii
37 35
Leros I.
Leio
37 10 44 50

fjossa
Lestee

XL

Libisosa,

TijroL

Mitylin
48 25 32 2.
37 41 4158

37 10 39 50

Turris,

vel Galllnl-

Lesbos

Ro magna

Liliissonis

33 15 53 40

LeoMtuprdis,

LepTdotum

XL

Libero,
Viverone

Cajio Leoiida

sabe

Lingones, in

Libarna,

Lepontii,

num

IV.

3130 37 30 XVIII Leoutnpolis,


Tell.-csA XXI.

Laiiruiitia

Via

ten

XII.

45 40
Leinovii,
in Pomerania
.54 20
Lentia, Lintz 48 10

Leontini,
Lenlini

X.

Jaic-.a

Leontes

3'

Upper

Marne
38 10 41 10
36 50, 40 17

Levie Fannin, Vleu39 55

14

53 12 17 30 IL
36 12 46 8 XII.

Lingones, in

Pr. Poiita
d'jllifchino 39 22 38

Geneva

Linduni,
Lincoln

XL

Leucymna

Leusaba,

ruui, Linlithgow

Lindiis

XX.

25 40
37 21

Leuctrum
Leucyunias

near Hithe

Fl.
Leioiiie

Damnio-

Fl.

4145X.

46 25 18 21 IV.
36 15 48 18 XIIL

Liiiduni

35 20 42 20 XIL
40 17 40 20 X.
40 18 32 42 VIIL

Leuctra,
Liuadostro

Leupbana

cum Racca

Contra

Laino

III.

Li/ III n e

Leinnos I.
St a la mi lie
Lemovices,
Limoges

Poictiers

Limyra
24 10

tus

Leinanis,
Plus.

Lentiil<B

Latopulis,

Laus

Lock Fine
Lriantus

29 59

ill

Lorraine
Leuci M.
Monti
Leuci
Leucos Fl.
Leucosia I.

Leuctra

Sinus,

Lcitz

La to 11,

Loiic/i

XVI.

Leon Prom.

33

Lauriiitn

II.

Leuci,

42 42 9 50
39 3 38 54

Liinoiuim,

Leucos Por-

Leon
Leiannonlus

XL
VL

Larymna
Lathoii Fl.

Torre

53 42 16 44
32 33 53 3

tiiia

Lentium,

Larymiia,

Patcrno
Lauri

39 25 43 58 XIIL
38 38 40 40 X.

Leiieojium,

Legio
Legio Sep-

Lima
Limncea

54

Lovere
IV.

Marsala
Limja Fl.

38 32 ,38 35
37 59 42 22

Haur

of the
Lectuin Pr.

XV.

46
27 10
35 50 29 25

calo

Leuceris,

0. Baba
Ledon

IL

Leucate Pr.
Capo Du-

LecluKum,
Ptlago
Leek, Course

Lacus, L.

89

bury

Leucarum,

Leuce-acte
Leuce-come,

of

LPirissa

Laud

I.

Lemfums

Larice,
Oiiierat

Liitiiia

34 53 43 20 XIL
37
44 30 XII.

Campus
37 14 51

Larcilris
38 58 13
III.
Lar Fl. Falg- 24 40 72 30 XIV.
Larice
4(5 21 31 15 VI.

LaruiiOsioe

XIL

Geniina,

Liipis Se-

XL

Leucarum,

Leboiiali,
Lebaii

Casllefoi-d

Cast.

40 52 X.

4 45

X.

LIcus Fl.
Lech
28 45 VL
Liger Fl.
Loire
47 20 19
LIgures, in
the Genoese
Liguria
tlie Genoese
Ligusticus,
Sinus
43 30 27
VIL
Litica
38 4 40 16 X.
Lilybccum,

38 40 38 40 X.
36 39 40 52

Leucoe

L/.wgor

vita

34 28 54 55

2'

Plus. Le-

Lanuvlum,
Lavinia
LaodicGa

38
38

Lebudus
Lebfnus

40 5G 9 32
50 20 26

VL

Licliiides I.

Liladie

Glaston-

Livadia

Fcira
Laniis Fl.

39 48 35 56 VIII.

Santo

niiis.

XIL
XX.

III.

Bacaiia

di

Maura

about
Miiigrclia

Lazica Vetus 43 20 56 40 XVII.

rigo

Libystinus
Lac.

ritus Pe-

XXI.

34 50 43
28 20 48 30

Licates, in

Loncadia,
prius Ne-

drtna, Ciic-

Langobriga,

Pelagus
Libycus M.

34 52

Lcucii

Laviburgi-

La/.i,

Transcu-

Libj'ciim,

XIIL

Letoa I.
Oardurog

Maria

-.avfrifinum

Pralir.a

Lancia

XIL

Libyssa,
Gebisc

nisa

LaviuTum,
40 22 10 53

.34

Leiica, Sta.

uni

La

58 43
37 50 46

Lcthffitis Fl.
LctlKcus Fl.
Letlijeiis Fl.

Miilogniti

Bowes

Lainiis Fl.

Oiiarda

46 30

peia, Lodi

Laus

Lamsaki
Lamiis Fl.

piduiia,

Lausanne
Laus I'om-

Fl.

Belfast

Lough
Londinium,
London
!35

0|17

54 40 12

20IL

18

IL

OlXVIII
Index

to

Cr. UuUer 's Autieat Atlas.

(19>

LON.
o
'

Margus,
39 10 IX.

March
Mali feme

30 G4
:i-143 54 15
1.5

J\[ariamiie

Marifuia

37

Marifuia,
Bonifacio

(54

I.

XV.

XVI.
20 XVII.

4-2

35

27 2,

VIII.

49 10 XIII.

33 25 12 40 III.

Maria Septum
then

Marios
Mali on is
Maiiouis Al-

46

5 39 30 IX.

Malliana

Matifma
Matilo

3150 VIII.

43 18 23

9 IV.

I.
I.

Alpes,

Maritime
Alps

Maritima

Martigiiis
Mariuiirica,
ill Tripoli

33

MarobrKlum

50

30

5 VIII.

near Si nana
Megiira

9 36 36 VI.

XVIII

42

:u

5 32 28 V.

Marogna
Maira
Marrubuim,

4158 3130 VIII.


42 29
52 20

Moravia
Maisyas Fl.
Maisyas Fl.

50 43
38 30

Berzieh,

35 15

XV.

5157

V.

Martis ail
Martis OcG-

50 24 26 40 V.

VIII.
V.
VIII.
V.
XIII.

VIII.

42 20
42 38
43 52

Vlll.
VII.

!5

55 VII.

Morocco
Fez
35 10 20

sis,

XIX.

34 40 17

XIX.

Tingitaiia,
Fez
34

13

XIX.

Martins

sariensis,
J\rorlh of

Mellaiia,
Tarifa

England

Maxima

54 30 16

II.

quaiiorum,

Melun

Campus

XXI.

25

IV.

Mflos I.
Milo

XX.

Melplies Fl.

Maximianup.llis

Meia

I.

47

25 50 50 48

Maximiano33 18 58

32,

XVII.

Ma rue a.

pniis

Maza

Mar on

Melfa

32 29 53 5
60 30
13

XVI.
I.

Mazjica, vel

Errand

3G20 79 20 XIV.

Marus, sive

Kaisaric/i

48 50 35 20 V.

Masoetica,

Kanusheer 43 13 57 10 XVII.
Masca, vel
Saocoras
Jlad34 30 58 50
35 25 25 30

XV.
XIX.

Mastloranus

M.
Mases

35
74
XIV.
37 18 41 11 XI.

Masitholus
Fl.

MasTus M.
Karadgia
Daglar
Masius M.
Karadgia
Daglar
Massada
Massaga

53 45 XIII.

Ma/.arum,

Fl.

al-Oehoa
Mascilla

UiesarC-a,

1120

XVIII

Mazara

37' 30 33
Mazicos
34 50 20
Meaudrus M. 25
110
Mcdiiba
31 57 53 57
Miideia
29 25 50 51
Medeon
38 20 40 43
Media, Irak
Jijemi
37 30 64 10
Mrdia, Irak
Jijemi
36
66

XV.
XIX.
I.

XVI.

XX.

XIV.

Meiiosgada

31 40 53 31
34 30 91

XVII. Mudiolfmum,
Milan
XVI.
45 29 27 5 VII.
XIV. Mudiolfiiium,

Mudiolanum,

MyJ'ud

48 59 19 10 IV.

52 44 14 50

Dibe

Zcrbi
Meiiosca

XV.

F.oreui

Head
Mendesium

XVII.

37 20

6 33

21

40 50 34 50
36 2S 40 25

VIIL

VIIL

XL

Marra
Mai hi
the

Morca

37

8 40

37

5 40

Messeniacus
Sinus, O.
36 40 40 5
of Coron

XL

Aletacoinpso

XX.

23

9 50 53

gone

16 40

XIX.

Metalla, Civita di

Olesie

39 19

VIIL

38 51
40 15
34 55

XII.

iVIetalJiuura,

Medeli n

38 5 39 4 XI.
39 31 40 55 X.
36 4 54 10 XV.

Metallum

39 20

Metaris yEst,
The Wash 53

X.

Metapontum

IIL

VIIL
II.

Metaurus Fl 38 25
Metaurus Fl
33 17
38 20

XIII.

Metro

X.

MetCdis,

XXL
33 12

III.

Missil
MelhaiiE,
Methane

50 15

V.

Aletbdiie,

Aietlioiie

Mod on
48 33

IV.

Methora,

36 4y

XIL

Alelhydrium

XII.

Metliymiia,
Torto Fe-

Matura
36 40

VIIL

tcra
.Metropolis

15
10

HI.

26
56

XX.

Metro uiil

11

VIIL

Aletiilian

IX.

Metropolis,
Tireh

VIIL

43 48

VII.

3112

XX.

37 33
40 25

XL
IX.

36 50

27 20
37 37

I.

XI.

39 20 44 14 XIL
39 44 39 42 X.

38 8 45 38 XIII.
41 20 49 10 XIII.
44 30 33 40 VL

Alevaniola,

5130

IV.

Oalcata

44

29 52

VIL

Miba, Mid-

5151 12 51

hurst
iMidea, Pa-

3120 50 9 XX.
3710 413' XL

Milas

St. JJacid's

Menelaum
Meninx I.

Castidlum,
Mi dor
34 30 20 5
MedioiruuII m.
Middle 52 55 15 32 II.
Mudioiriiuim 49 44 23 18 IV.

38

MessCne,

16
20
XVIII
38 30 45 10 XI 11.
38 52 40 35 Xt.
36 40 49 30 XIII.

MeiKitrli, in

Brabant
Menapla,

X.

Medirmum

XV.

36 46 32 20 VIII.
38 13 39 50 XL
52 9 29 49 V.
36 3' 60 55 XV.

MetagOniuni

40
Melsu.s Fl.
43
Melta
43
Memphis
29
MeiiK, Mines 37

Ost,

35 30 60

Bara
Messa

IX.

Melos, Anti-,

S^-

I.

Mesopotamia, Irak
Arabi

Messeiila, in

Meloikiiium,

Sioilzcr-

I.

Japygia,
'J err a di

XI.

i'Melocabus,

Cobarg

Se-

land

Martyropo-

Melitia
Melita, vel

Maxima Ck-

Co nit e
24 48 VII.

I.

Melcdni
Melite
Melite

XVII.

96

Mi'-ssfipia, vol

46 III.
8 VII.
38 50 44 25 XII.

Meliteiie,

39 24 60 23

97

17

Pr. Jlars-

JSTigritia
Fl.
Fl.
Fl.
Mi-las Fl.

Melibiea
Melibiua

17

Messina

40 12 XI.
41 25 X.
41 15 XI.

Melitaia,

Mauio-castrum, Ma-

Kerd

Iti

in

vel Pierus

Mauritania

laz

2.5

37 34 39 57 XI.
13 40 i)7
1.

Melas
Melas
Melas

Mauritania,
Morocco Sf

sulipalaiii

iMessaiia,

37
38
38

Melanis Sinus
MeliinoGaetuli,

Fra n die

ad,

Orsi

Fareken

50 45 26 44 V.

43 55

Fez

Melaiue

42 45 45 48 IX.
40 25 :J5 20 VIIL

Me.solus Fl.
Kisiia

Mesfjtis
iVlesovIuni
Aluspila

Armenha? 39 8 10
Mela Fl.
45 25 28
Mela:na Pr.
AleUena Pr.

VII.

43 40 IX.

Ma

Ulll

Moidobriga,

Mtdanga

Porto Moriso

Megara

40 4

Mesopotiinii-

45 20 30 10 VII.

San Micolo 38 2 43 48 XII.

Mauricii

Sc

in Mruzzo
Marsiici
Maisi, in
Utrecht
Marsigni, in

Maitem ad

5 26 10 V.

Ca!sarieii-

Mairucini,

Malta Fl.
Marta

50

Mauritania

Benedet-

Maisii, in
Lippe

48 40 22 30 IV.

Portus,.

40 50 43 30 IX.
35 20 55 12 XV.

fllnior,

Mcgara
VIII.

Marpurg

45 40 29 30 VII.

Me^lira,
1

Mattiiiin,

Maioriia,

45 40 29 35

Ba

46 15 22 48 IV.

Fl.

Jles.ie

Misioria
Alesolia,

um, Znaim 48 52 34 35 V.

MattKici, in

I.

Bachiglione

2 25

44

Aleseiiibrla,

Fl.

Megalopolis,

44

Fontes

27 33 4( VIII.
8 29 30 Vll.

.Mesocli.iioii

Major Fl.
Bronia

39 59 35 51 VIII.

42 35 32

Mattiiici

44 30 25 30 IV.

46

chiglione
MuiNislani-

Sil-

Matrons
Marne

.38

Mcdoiicus

Matisco,

Monte
van

Rossarno ?

41 50 38
IX.
30 30 65
X [X.
52 10 22 33 IV.

Matnlce,

Fl.

Mil rogna

Medojicus

Minor

Lacus 33 40 53 35 XVI.

Arunria
Mesi iiibila,

Miuloacus
47 45 29 48 VI.
40 41 34 50 VIII.
3155 54 11 XVI.

Matiiiium,
IV.

44 20

iiilis

MiTuUi

Moselle
49 20 24 20 IV.
Mcditfrrantium Mare 36 10 40 30 XI.

Medoiici

XIX.

36 10 25
56
7
56
8

Matinum,

Basiiiez

Alpjs,

PI.

Mic.-ipack

Mdcon

Fl.

Maritime
Mips
Maritimaj

Luna
Mark

41 10

in

Tiiiiis

Mali no

MaritiinE

lis,

Marseilles

Mattia

53 52 29 32 V.

tuia

Maros

XIX.

20

jMatlii.s Fl.

51 50 13 41 II.
30 51) 40 55 XI.
53 30 28 9 V.

in

triii,

36

AquiC, vel
Saiuoelio-

45 40 17 40 IV.

Saiiitcs
Muilioiiia-

Medma,

Alateola
44 55 30 20 VII.

Maiiilunum,
Carmar-

lum

Massico

Mast(3 M.
Mastlacum,

IMoiis, Si-

erra More I) a

I.

Masslciis M.

Maste

MaiiaiHis

S.
to

MassaisTli,
in Algiers

Massy li,

Anatolia 41

Mar^sus

42 30 82

Alassllia,

Manaiulyni,
ill

Orcat
Oelcs

MuiiTiba,

Merom

Mcdioirmura,

MassSgCtoe,

Morava

laniida

Mideon
Fl.

50 57 17 13 IL

XL

37 37 40 55
39 7 39 41 X.
43 35 31
VII.

Miletdpolis,

34
29 10 XIX.
43 18 16 6 III.
50 4 30 24 V.

Melitesa
Cretan.
Betanaez
38 36 15 25
Meiitesa, San
Thome
38 4 14 51
Menutliias
Sinus,
Zanguebar 3
57
Merina
41 52 33 42
Meroe
17
51

Balakesri
39 48 46 4 XIIL
Miletus
37 20 45 18 xni.
Milo 35 25 42 57 XIL

jMiletiis

Milevis,

Meclah

24 22

XIX.

XXI.

MilviusPons,
Ponle
Molle
C
Mina, Mina 35 20 19

XXL

Milliarluni
A u renin

I.

VIIL

Mincius Fl.
Mincio

XIX.

45 20

II.
Iiidejt lo

Dr. Butler's Autient Atlas.

(21)

LAT.

Neronig Forum, Forcalquier

Nerulum,
Casteltuccio

Nervii, in
Hainaiilt

Nesactium,
CasUl
J^iirvo or

yianaksa?
Nr-sis

Ni'slum
Ntistus Fl.
JVesio or

Kara- Sou
Nusus, Asso

Neve
Niciea
N)ca;a
Nicaja
NicBca, Is7iik
Niciea, JVesa
Nicica, JVice
Nictca, J^ice
Niciea, J^Tikia
Nicsea, J^iia-a
Nicfisla I.
JVaclia

Nice
Nici'phrirlum,

Racca
Nicepliorius
Fl.

Kkabour

Nicer

Fl.

JVecker

Nicia

Fl.

Leiiza

NicomrMlia,
Isnikmid
Nicopulis
Nicopulis ad
HiEiniim,

Teniobo
Nicnpolis ad
Jatiiim,
j\rkop

NiCnpnIiS,

Diorike
Nicopulis,
Kasr Kiascra
Nicopulis,
JVicopoti

Nicopolis,

Prevesa
Vecchia
Nicopolis, vel

Emmaus
Nicotera,
J^icolira

NIdum,

Port-

bury
Nigaina, JVc-

gapatam
Nigerpullus,

nearAlphen
Nigir Fl.
JViger
Nigira Metropolis,

Karne?
NigraiB Are-

nae
NigritiB, JVe-

groland or
JVigritia

Nilus
Nilus

Fl.

Bahr-el-

Abiad
Niiigiiin,

Humago
Niuus,

JVine-

veil

Niphfites

M.

Ararat
Nisibis, JVisbon.

Nisvrus

I.

msirl
Nitica
Nitra, JVcfZeic
Nivaria I.
Teneriffe

LAT.|LON.|PI,ATE.
43 40 as
AqUiE 43 4J Jd
risfiiius Tor43 4(1-28
37 40 3D
Pisiitis

PTsfB
PlsrulIB

15 VII.

15|V1I.

Porapeii'p"'5 XIII.
lis, vel Soli .36 38 42
Poiiipeiupvilis 41
53 39 XIII.

10 VII.

I'liiiitiiiii:

40 XI.

43 55 30

VII.

47,

Pisauriis Fl.

43 55130 4H VII.

Foirlia
I'iscalii) I.

71

XIV.

I'lsciiia

IXVl.

I'isiiiia ri-

sfuia,

l>ta!r,IO

ad

43 3ti 28 15 Vtl.
34 40 24 50 XIX.

29
3 xrx.
37 3O:4'.130 XIII.
I'lsiiliin Plus 33 30 -21) 30 XIX.
Pisioria,
43 55 28 50 VII.
Phtora
Pitaiie
3i)
5 44 45'XIII.

aato

Pisiclia

PilhcL-fisa,
vel yV^iiiiria

Pit

hchia

40 20

Torre di
42 25 31 28, VIII.
17 30

!I4

37 31 40 50 XI.

I.

4 II.

iMis,

Ruska

45 25 35 15 VI.
45 11 40 30 IX.
46

2 33

VI.

Prei'loriiiin,

43 34 34 30 VI.

cliio

in
jibrnzzo
Prjpvalis

PiasT;i!

52 5e 24 40 V.

Prasifme

I.

42
42
37
37
27

40 31 40 VIII.
45 37
VI.
52 41 59 XI.
lli 4148 XI.
25 87
XIV.

25

Prasii

30 50 VIII.

41

Prasum

40 10 56 20 XIII.

Preniis

ll)0

I.

56

I.

Pr.

C.Del Oado 10
al.

Priinis,

I brim

Black
43 50 47 30
41 10 4130

22 31

XX.

40 2J
37 7

XIII.
XIII.

Prifipns,

Carabosa
PriGne

Popilli Fo-

rum, For-

I.

XXI.

Projtiitli,

17 24 II.

lit

Pontiis Fl.

o'l.

Pra-'torlum,

PrasIiB

Sea

PityfiSiC

4 17

5130

rass of

^inasia

(rolronda?

53

Ponteshongi,
on Ike MoBout an g
Ponlia I.
Ponza

2 VI.

17 30 II.

7'rauccc-

O/d

l('tnd.<or

Pralorinni,
Kraljocavclika

'J'/nirn

Pontiis Euxi

Pitynda,
Pityiisa

Pontics,

31 III.

2 31

Pra'loruitn,

44 38 40 40 IX.

c:

Pontiis,

jniiiii,

Pitiiio

45 51
45 2
45 29
45 15

50 VIII.
31 20 VI I.
42 -Ja
40 41
46 52

.30

Pontcin ad,
Houi/iice/l

I'lsiila, I<'U-

I.

71

46

Ca.-itrnm

4120

near Cyer-

Lo

ris<:iiiuiii

Marches
Pons
Pons .\irits
Pons .Vnjrnsti
Pons Uarii
PonsTrajani

4132 20

Praitdrluni
Pra'torinni,
BniufThlun.

Piatorluni

Paliidfs,

Pontine

risatiriim,

PriBtorlum

Procliyta

I.

19 30 III.

'J'oica, 4"C.

PlacKiitia,

Placenza

Plada
J'laL'a IIora-JB

Plaiiasia

1.

Pianosa
Plalipie,

42 42 28

Coda

Plataiiidilcs

:fc!

37

limpopolo

5 VII.

12 41 lU X.

5 39 39X1.

A(|iKi',

Cn/ilane

30

Plt'inmyriiim

OVII.

XXI.
XXI.

I'r.

Sin IIS,
Jlrab'sOulf 31
Pliiitliiiie
30

5ci

XVIII

47
47 35

XX.

Pliiithiiietes
Hiiiiis,

4G OXX.
:w2j 40 3.5 X.
41
44 25 IX.

Jlrab'sOulf 31
I'l<ilinr>prili3

Poipliyrinn
Poipliyiion,

Pliivialia, vel

Oinbrios I. 27 40
OXVIII
Pny.x
B
XXI.
PocriiiTum,
Peri IT ni
46 2 21 55 IV.

M.

vallo

42 55 28 16 VII.
37 52 40 20 XI.
32 42 52 56 XVI.

XVI.

Podando

37 38 53

OXIII.

PtEcilu

XXI.

in

Houmclia

40 30
42
PrixKii I'ortus 37 30 41 2;i
Piiiiiiaiieiitos 3'J 35 41)
P"la. Polo.
44 50 31^2

IX.
XI.
.Mil.
VII.

XX.
XV.

."jr'

Polalictiui
Prnin.
Piinla di

OVII.

44 40

tore

Piili'iiirmTum,
Fali-.a
40
Pojirjllia

55 40 XIII.

XXI.

I)

4;

27 38 VIII.

XXI.

43 42 28 55 VII.

43 15 31 12 VII.

Potli'iitia

PulI'Mitia,

Pullcnca

39 50 21 10 III.

44 43 25 57 VII.

Polrn-.a
Pollii|)ir<;,

44

\.

Pnlyrrhi'iiTa

5 2e-2j VII.
42 40 X 1.
35 22 41 50 XII.
3ii

4'.i

FiilyliiiiOtua

Fl

3130 VII.

Praaspa

XIV.

2;

31 30 VII.

40
40

3-

33 42

vm.

4123 IX.

33 45 CO 25

XV.

40
38
38
35

II 41 11 X.
20 40 23 X.

Poiiipt'lo,

Painpcluna 42 47 16 II HI.
Puinpi'ii,

40 43 32 22 VIII.

XIII.

XXI.

37 32 40 45 XI.
38 52 38 28

I.

37

2 39

Hippiura,

Vskubi
Prusa ad

Bursa
Prynini'sla
Prytaiiriiin
Prytaiiis Fl.
Psiicuin Pr.

40 50 48 58

XIII.
Xlll.

40
39 35

XXI.
4110

XVII.

4140 XII.

C. Biisa
Psanialliiis,

35 50

Psiiiuallua
Psolcis

30 24
23 12

XI.

37 14

XI.

33 50
39

XII.

XX.

Pscpliina
Psoj)lii3

XVI.

I.

fjisara
Ptnlrllin
vcd Acq,
.^crc
Ptoit'inais,

Mersliie

Id

XIV.

Ptolf-niriis,

XXI.

Girire.
Ptoir'iiiaiB,

XXI.

I'tolcMlICUS

XXI.

("analis
Ptniis
I'tous M.

XXI.

Ptycha

Tolomcla

Via

4145 39 55 IX.
34 OS 2 2 XIX.

X.

I.

32 48 53

2 XVI.

XX.

29 18 48 58
26 29 49 50

32 40 38 20 XVIII.
30 10
17 37
38 30
39 40

40
40
41
37

30 XX.
27 XI.
30 X.
55 X.

Pulclirnin Pr.
lias yifran 36 50 29 10

XIX.

Punknin,
ata. Mari43 44

IX.

41

VIII.
IX.

Pr.isi.lT

Pra;iOrium

PrGte

X.

Via

'J'vrraicia

40 40 46

I.

17 41 19

Prii-ncstina

I'oinpoii,
.11 r lint -a

Pr<i.svniiia

Ptolrlll."liS,

Palest rina
PrL'iiusiina
.\tx

slilium

XIV.

Propyliea

Psyra

Pr;i>Minrn

2 52 57 XVI.

Turris

I'olid:ra deincU; Cas-

PnisidTuni

39 40 81

Puiiihcditlia,

Pomjieii

43

2;

Pr.i'iicstina

Boizolo

Juha

3 4110 X.

l'r:fiic,-;|e.

Poll.'iiiia,

Polyii'iins

39

J'otcntia
Potciitia,
J'otrnza

I'OtllliK

33

30 40 80 10

Ulyniputn,

43

Potidania

X.

Prusa ad
39

Hccanali
Potentia Fl.

sanilria
5t'

VII.

43 12
38 10

Sea of Mar-

Prodane

itentia,
J'urlo di

itiilaa

Proinon-

Zarang

Jotaco

4214 XII.

Possidi
35 55 53 59 XV.
Posidluin Pr,
C. di Licosa 40 10 32 45 VIII.
Posiillnni, et

Aphctaj

C. Blanc
Proplilliasia,

PiotL-

Via

Pii;c"iiiTa,

Pioiiii

mora
50 40
37 15 40 20

27

Foilaiiiltiei,

XIII.

X.

Projioiitis,

53 13

Poituensis
Portiis, Empoll
Po-sidijiim,

40 30

ProinontorTuni Album,

Rii incite

PorsTca
Porlhnius,
Porto Bufalo
Poilicenses,
Porto Ca-

Marmora

39 13
Proerna
ProUiquSum,

Pioraco
28 20 VII.

bi '0

PopuloiiTum
Pr. C.di

Porpliyrites

Pli-iiiniyriuiii

PliiittionC-tes

Plisliis Fl.

I.

42 55 28 38 VII.

Populoniiim,
near Pioiit-

IV.riiias Fl.

I'r.

Procida
ProconiiOsiis

Le

Campana

Plalaiiistos
Pirivis Fl.
J'lave

VII.

44 10

Popiiloiiia;

45 3 27 35 VII.
40 20 4ti l!* XIII.
30 4: 32 2d VIII.

r>r,

45 11

ne I la
42 3 29 55 V IT I.
Pura, Fohrea 27 32 6 3(1 XIV.
3 30iXVIII
Purpurariicl. 28
PulOi
38 30 79 10 XIV.

LAT, I.ON. PLATE.

RaphanCae,

XV.

Riifineh

54

3f

Rapta, Pale

5!l

Raptiiin Pr.

58
[.
59
I.
9 50 III.

Eiiptiis Fl.

Rarapia

I.

Ratte, vol
Ragte, Leicester

^Har

IX.

M.

KliT-tico

5 21) 20 V.
37 50 41
Xl.
51

39 22 41

Rliisiis

guinara

.9

X.

53 XI.

Rr-ck

41 10 58 40

Risano
Rhiziis Fl.

Upper
Rhine
Raiiraiium,

Raiienna
Reate, Reati
RGchliis Fl.

Rhodiis
43 25 :!0 9 vir.
i-i 25 30 45 vm.
40 34 41
X.

ire

and

Vilaine

IV.

Refugiiim
Porto Longobardo

36 38 33

VIII.

Ttemsen

Riciiia, JUa-

RegTiim,
Poiite Piccolo

Regius L.
Regni, Sussci

and Hants
II.

XV.

Rain

II.

Resaina,
Ras-ain

Retc'nus Fl.

Reuben

Revessio,
Vellay
Rha. Urientalis Fl.

Kama
Fl.

Volga

62

in
the Tyrol

Riiffitia,

IV.

XXI.

Briffen-

52 15
IV.
44 45 42 28 IX.

Romula
Romula,
Bisar.cio

40 59 33 15 VIII.

5145 XIII.

Tauro Cas42

XI.

Rubeas

Cotia

117

Rubo

38

VIII.

Rudera
Rudera

XII.

Rfldise

Fl.

RufrcE,

52

5 23 20

4710 27 20 VI.

52 52

15 20 II.

51 17

19 20 II.

14 50

30

Siibat, Zebid
Sabiite, near

71 10 43

41

6 30

Ruvo

4J

Rugluni,
Rugetoald

I.

50 27 30 VI.
45 90 15 XIV.
45 72
XIV.
18 35 55 VIII.
4122 32
VIII.
46
33
26
40

53 50 33 30

42

32 20 VIII.

Murviedo
39 3
Saii, in Orne 48 45
lii,

17 49 III.
18
IV.
4 IV.-

48 35 18
49
31

Seez

Sa

Sallec

XVIII

34
Sala
40
Sala Fl. Sala 34
Sala Fl. Sala 50
Salabria,
Abrez
37
Salucia, jS/czar de Sal
38

Salaminias,
Salemiek

120
69

Salamis
Saliiniis,

47 20 34 45
14 30 59 50
30

5 VIII.
I.

15

XX.

1120 XIX.

52 43 52 XII.
10 11 30 XIX.
40 29 20 V.
2 XIII.

30 52

20

9 35 III.

34 48 55 40

XV.

I.

Colouri

61

37 55 41 30 XI.

Con

tanza
35 15
SaUipIa.Sa/pi 4120
Salurla, CAirt
chiUa
38 58
Salaria Via
Salassi, in
Aosta
45 50
lalathi
22
Salathi,
Tegaza
22 30
Salathi Fl.
Rio d'Oro
22 30
Salcha
32 20

XIII.

.52

33 55 Vlll.
16 20 III.

XXI.
25 10 VII.
7
XVIII.

1 30 XVIII.
vona
44 8 26 25 VII.
Sabatinus
130 XVIII.
Lacus, L. di
54 14 XVI.
Bracciano
C
XXI. Saldffi, BouSabatra
38 35 51 5 XIII.
jeiah
36 50 22 10 XIX.
Siibe, Tasava 22 20 36 35 XVIII Saldensii,
in
Siibi, El MeTransyllisah
22 18 XIX.
vania
44 50 4140
Sabini
C
XXI. Salebro,
Sabia, Seber 46 3
29 22 VI.
Brone
42 53 28 45
Sabium, SaAi'o 45 40 28 20 VII.
Salentlni, in
Sabriita, SaTerra d'

31

XVIII

Sabrina Mst,

Otranto
Salerno

Channel
Sabrina Fl.
Severn
52 35 14 50 II.
Saburas
19
110 40 I.
Sabus, ScpouA 38 30 56 38 XIII.

SaliMEe
Salins!

Sabus, vel

Salinas,

Savus

Yemen

Fl.

34
39
39

5 23 10 XIX.
89
XIV.
8 53 40 XIII.

SalTccs
SalicGnfE,

Sale-var

70

8 30 XIV.
33 52 58 XIII.
20 57
I.

40 38 32 37 VIII.
44 45 47 29 IX.
1

8 VI.

46 42 35

XXI.

42 35 32

5 VIII.

Lago

Salso
4125 .33 50 VIII.
Sail 44 28 36 48 VI.
Salino-nitroSaliiiffi,

sum De-

um

19

SacastCne, in
Sigistan
32
SacasGna
38
Sacatia
20
Sacer Portus,
Ohelengeklimen
43
Sacer M.
Sacra I.
Sacraca
46
Sacruta,

sert
Salle, Salom-

34 20 72

var
Salmalassus

46 51 34 44 VI.
39 35 58 3 XVII.

Salmantica,

Salamanca 42 20

Salmone

12 20 III.
37 38 39 34 XI.

Salmydessus,
40 56 15

XVII.

C
C

XXI.
XXI.

4 28 50 VI.

Monte
Santo

40 10 35 50 VIII.

Salenium,

Bristol

SacalitiE, in

30 15 VII.

55

VII.

Sala, or Sale,

Bracciano
Sabatha,

I.

8 34 15 VIII.

43 40

44 45 29 58 VII.

'aguntum,

Sais,

Zab

Rugli, Ru-

genwald

Fl.

4140 30 30

Yemen

Suck, Saketa
Saca!na

Fl.

Rucantii, in
Tesin

I.

Sdili

Sagriis Fl.
Sangi'o

XXI.
vni.

Alma-

I.

Pr.

Cape

Russ ?

Rliegiiiin,

Rhine

49 26 18 36 IV.

Roxolani, in
Russia

Rubico Fl.
Fiumesino

tro

25 40 VII.

bart

Landstrass 45 45 33 45 VI.
Romatiana 43 10 40 50 IX.
Roscianuin,
Rosana
39 45
VIII.

JV.

Ehandamar,

Rhine

Rodumna,
Roanne
46
Roma, Rome
Romaniim

Rubi, Ruvi

Rhainnus,

44

Sanaa

55 10

Rouen.
37 20 59 20 XV.
39 55 44 11 XIII.

38 18 VI.

Viida, Sa-

Rotomiigus,

dia
RhiEteiiim

45 10

Sabatia

Robngdiura,
near Castle

hetiker

Aiken,

RllGnus

XXI.

cum, Djas-

Rhabdiiim,
Tur-Rab-

Rhenus

VII.

Rosologiii-

Rhabima,

Regio
RlienGa

Rigomiigus,
Trino
Rip:e Poitiis
Riplirei, vel

56 17 19 III.

38
47 44 XIII.
24
6
XVIII.
42 50 59 20 XVII.

Purlo di

Magiiavacca?
Sag is, Magna caeca f

of Pegu
Sabaria, Sar-

Romula,
IV.

Pr.

.38

^a};id;e

XIX.

RyssadTuni,

var

burg
35 47 57 5 XV.
45 20
20 VII.
3140 53 55 XVI.

21 12

(J

borough

IV.

Castellum,

XV.

Resiipha,

Resapha

49 40

Warring-

Gary

Reiigoiiiiis,
Sin. Loc/i

11 45 fll.

44 10 20 30 IV.

Rama

Sabaracus
Sinus, O.

I.

M.

50 50 17 13
Reguin Fossa 32 55 62 20
Rbini, in
Champagne
22 40
Ckichester

3-

36 40

SabEei,

Hyperborei

Regnum,

Xaliva
Sa;;alassMS,

Sagl^^ 0;itia,

nur

VII.

ton

41 2 46 39 IX.
35 50 25
XIX.

Lflalii.?, St.

~agapula M.
39

Saba
44 17

Alder ney
Rigoduniim,

4125 32 33 VIII.

doiii

Cor-

Rusucurru,

cerata

Riduna

VII.

25 30 XIX.
33 15 VI.

40 10 46 36 XIII.
38 10 40 2 XI.

Recco

36 10 48 30 XIII.
17 50 111
I.

Li'phium,
Siipino

Saju lilu

dia

Riciiia,

Reggio

8
47 24

RutupiiE
Plus. Rich-

36 25 53 52 XV.
38 6 4125 XI.
Rliymnici M. 52
73
I.
Rliviunicus

XXI.
V.

37

Rlirisiis,

Rliyndacus

VI.

Ratisbon
49
Reginea,
Erquies
Ret;IuinLepT-

Sgigada
Ruspia

8 56

Phi/ip, or

Rutunium,
Ruyton

XIX.

Kegina,

42 50 28 59 VIII.

Rliossicus
ScupCllus

Rliyphae

Rcgiiia

Rosella
Rusicade,

37
Pr.

Sada, Scdoa

lUiselliB,

llutuba Fl.
La Rotta
Rutrdi
Rutuli

1.

Fl.

Lacus,
Pontano

36 40

22

Cape Kele-

Pcrpignan 42 45 20 50 IV.

Rhodes
Rhudus,
Rhodes

Fl.

Regillus

llusazus

"7

Pr.

Vin-

A-.

cent

XIX.
2130 XIX.
15 10

Rutium,
IX.

Rluis

Reglie,

acrum

Sacrum

Tresforcas 35 25

Aijeiron

RUosus

Apollliiis,

Trcs forcas
Rusiidir Pr

La

Pr.

Capo Corso 43 5

XVIII

Rutuni, in

Rhone

Months

Ravenna,

10 V.

8 40

C.

ckuela

Riiudope

Rom

Redniius,

XVII.

42 24 37 3( VI.
41
58 40 XVII.

lihrHliUiiis
Fl.

32

Rusticifma,

RiiiziiiTum,

Rouiiie
Raiiiaci, in

5125 25

Ruscino,?(ca?-

XVI.

Rliizci;uni,

near Rudio

Rha

lili'sclplia

Rhiinn, San-

Eaiiiiati,

di,

ItusUdir,

Rliitynina,
Rcteino

47 9 16 5
42 35 14 26

Raiidii
Cainpi,

I/le

Rocr
Ruskbis

1)1

50 XVII.
50 XVII.
58 35 XV.

Sacrum

Fl.

(50

llliinocorura,
A7 Jlrish
31 10 52 10

Ratiatum,

Rauda. Roa

Fay Rcone
UlieoM Fl.

Rot/iaur
Khr'tuni

Raliaria,

Rctz

Rura

Rlii"on, vel
I'hrisis Fl.

43 20 3130 VII.

Midjek
Salodurum,
Soleure

4150
47 10 25 30 IV.

Salona,
Salona

43 46 35

4 VI.

Salsovia,
Tultia

45 20 47

IX.

53 40133 48
Index

to Dr. Sutler's Antieot Atlai,

LAT,
'

Sequrini,

Do

47

ha

II

LON.
O

LAT.

'

IV.

SicTnos I.
Sikino
Siclag

r.

Siciiris Fl.

XIV.

Sicrilum Fre-

ire

SGia, Kantcheou
Serripldis

24

11130

33

Poitus
SerbGtus Fl.
Yisser

J-2

55 77

02

I.

2150 XIX.

36

42 10

8 50 15

Srnplms

I.

37 10

42 30 XII.

Siiiiiilliuiin

Chcrmas
Senuyla
Serniuus
Vicus,

43 40 34 52 VI.

Mde
Sidcuus Fl.
Ester

37 10

Sidodune

44 58 29 8 VII.
41 4 412li IX.
Scrota, Ziget 45 5U 35 50 VI.

Sidoii, Saida

SerrUuin,
Castro Sa-

Siga, JVed-

Belograd
Sidus

Menan

118

r.

Servii TuUIi

Agger
Serviodunum

Straubing

48 48 30 30 VI.

XXI.

Ssrvifiuin,

45

5 35 30 VI.

Sesainns,

4150 50 20 XIII.

Sigodiiaum,
aigen
Sigua, Baiazad
Signs, Temlouke

43 43 30 10 VII.

40 18 44 20 IX.

15 40

11.

Sevinus

45 45 28

VII.

Fl.

Sco

45 30 27 35 VII.

Sevo M.
FicU

32

65

1.

Sexajjinta-

Bisliop

44

Sexitfinum

313

45

44 11 IX.
14 45 III.

SextloB

Aqu;B, Aix 43 30 23 30 IV.


Sextuiii ad,

Borghetto

Sextum

XXI.

ad,

5142

29
35 15

Sibaj

{2

30 5U

Siberena, Sta.
Soverina
39
Siberia Fl.
40

4 VII.

5
5

02 40
89
89 30

XV.
I.

34 35 VIII.
50 10 XIII.

SIcarnbri, in

Diala

37 35 33 32 VIII.

VI.

44 57
41 10

IX.
VIII.

XI.

XIX.

24 39 50 54

XX.

Sitoni:igus,

45

3135 VII.

JVprway

52 13 18 55

II.

59 30 28

I.

Sizyges, in

Chinese
Tartarij

100

Sniaragdns

M. Maaden
Uzzutnu-

ned
122

I.

16
11

25

XX.

123
115

Isniur

38 30 45 10 XIII.

I.

I.

Sinus, O.
of Smyrna

Soamus

I.
I.

XV.

Siiiguniis Fl.
Hcti-scari

Soanda

Singidunura,
Belgrade

XV.
XV.
IX.

Singlli,

XIV.

31 VIII.
39 32 52 33 XUI.
43 2 45 28 IX.

Sobii, in the

Penjab
Socanda Fl.

30 20 90

XIV.

XIV.

Soclios
SoBta
Sogdi, Bukor

37 10 72
30 50 55 20
100
34
27 30 88

Sogdiuna,
^l-Sogd

39

XIV.

^biscoan

30 15 59 55
30 35 58

38 30 44 50 XIII.

Fl.

Iskamou
33 30 91
Sofma, Soana 42 42 29
Soatris

7
90
27 40 85 40
Singa, Sinsja 37 4 55 14
Colla

XX.

or

Smyrnieus

7
111
I.
37 12 47 32 XIII.

Sindomfina

52 20

Smyrna,

Smyrna

Siiidocanda,

83

XV.
I.

XIV.

Sogdorum
Regia,

Bukor
88
27
Solfina Olan 30 40 113 20

di

Don Qonzalo

T/ietford?

Sitones, in

I.

M.

IX.

Wooipit?
14 30 II.

trupulis,

iiigUrtE

XV.
XIV.

40 10
35 38

Sinai, M.
Sinai
28 40 52
Siiifirnm Me-

Singar

Karkuf
33 40
Situcos Fl.
Sita-rcghian 28 20
37 55

34

JVicobar

Sitacene,

Roumelia
Sitm, Setef

Cochin

Sin-Uoa
Sinda, Sini

VI.

XV.

33 20

XV.

Iceiii, JVorfolk and


52 30 18 20 II.
Suffolk
Simeon
31 30 52 45 XVI.
.Simois Fl.
39 54 44 20 XIII.
SiiifB,

III.

Kar-

34 50 02 30

Goc-

golione
SiiriLiii, vel

M-

Sitas, vel
Sus Fl.
Sitliunia, in

Oebel

Puente

I.

44 58

XVI.

Singara,

Westphalia 5148 25 50 V.
Sicca, Kelt
3S 2 27 18 XIX.
Sichein et
Neapulis,
JVablous
32 13 53 13 XVI.
iSicily

Siiide

Sibs

SicTITa

12 42 II.
45 35 30 10 VII.
32 2 53 18 XVI.
3148 53 10 XVI.

Arba

Silsllis,

Sirmia

knf

Siloe
vel
Fl.

Sirniium,
Sir nia

Sitiice,

S(

loam

Siiid;e

Rosia
Siazuios,
Sher-zour

Si

VIII.

VII.

maden
38 44
Siscia, Sisseg 45 20

14

I.

China

pristis

2 34

45 30

VII.

Mons,
MoncHese 45

STIicis

Glamorgan 52
5

40

Sirniio,

SisUpo,

Silvliiin,

55

Senno or
Siro

XIX.

Silures, in

Scvlniis
Laciis,
L. (TIsco

XVII.

39 24
30

Sirpiiiin

Silsili

Val-

lum, Roman Wall

30 55 51 50 XX.
40 2 34 18 VIII.

Siris Fl.

Silla, Delos,

vel Haiiri-

Sirbonis
Pains,
Scbakcl
Bardoil
Silis, Sino

VII.

Clerks

48 10 30 31 VI.

41 35 33 40 VIII.
3:! 2(1 01 10 XV.
38 30 45
XIII.

44 30

Silo

Sevorinum,

M.

Siriniiiin,

Silis Fl. Sile

4140 00 55 XVII.

ManfrcdoSippiira

SiUinis Fl.
Silaro

14 40 II.

53 40 15
II.
40 30 07 40 XVII.

37 30 53 10 XVII.

VIII.

Portus,

anum

V.

50 54

XVI.

42 45 XII.

37

40 15

Mouth of
Setaia
Seuinara,
Alkahike
Sevaces, in
Austria

III.

I.

Sipontiiin,

Sipyliis

xni.

90

Der

Siplirin,

miaro

Setantinrum

the Kibble

Siplinus I.
Siphanto

V.
VI.

Siliinnuin

53 20

50 8
40 3

Silactlne
Siliirus Fl.

Seteia .Est,
the

VIII.

41

Siiinnduin

Serntiane

meg

XX.

30 30 50

45 40 20 10 VII.

Torre di

M. Dragon a

nia

XIX.

Sigus Fl.

Sestos, Zer-

menic

XIV.
XVI.

44 34 35 12 VI.
XI.
37 55 41

C. lueiIlisari
39 58
Sigisa, Ziezar 38 20

Sestinum,

M. of
Dee

Sigaiura Pr.

Fl.

Sestiiio

5 V.

2 XIII.

Siuiiessa,

Sioii

52 58 33
20 5' 73
33 28 53

roma

43 50 IX.

39 35 44

44 25 29 50 VII.
Siiiopi,', Sinub 42
53 3 XIII.
Siiiopo Fl.
41 40 52 20 XIII.
Siiilica, in
Roumclia
41 35

Soforan

Sidroiia,

Sesostiis
Canrilia
Sessites Fl.
Sessia

7130 XIV.

8 41 42 X.

Senna

Pake

berg

Oradisca

XI.
XI.
XIII.
XI U.
Xill.

Branden-

Sermiiie

Amasreh

59 40 4
53 40 4U
3 49 21
30 55 30
40 .55 40

Sid mi, in

46 9 18 8
40 11 4120

40 50

37
37
30
40
40

I.

Seirte

roA-

XXI.

Sicyon, Ba-

Sideris

Serin.iiiicoiniigus,

40

et Olirysa
Siiinns Fl.

Sidenae

I.

Se?-plio

Kigucro

Mare

42 10 IX.

40

Porto

Siiigiis,

Faro
Messina 37 55

Sicvonia
110

Monte

tilin,

silica

42

Cliiiia

XV.

of

di

riiciiin

Eslirieh
35
Seiica, JV. W.
part of

SiiMis,
Sniilo

5iculiiia

Serhliie,

Serus

SingitTcus

Si'gro

I.

Miiceira
Serapioiiia

30 40 43 10 XII.
513 52 50 XVI.

37 20 13 32

III,

XIV.
I.

Torfosa,

Ta rtosa
ToUniurn

35

3
10

54
48 20

51 10
Tr:iclniiia;.M. 3-i45
Traclioiiitis
33 15
Trrichys,

22 20
40 35
54 10

10

Ton 111, Kl
Bueib
Toxaiiiiri, in

Liinberg

Zeiton

33 24

40 40

3D 35

34 25

43 45

34 40

Tiiicis Fl.

Triunte
Tragririum,
Trail
Trajfiiii
Colli lima,

Traja n's

Pillar
Trajaiii'piilis

44 10

Trajectiim,
Utrecht
Trajactus,

23 5

Keynsham

15

TraJHctiis,

Pontons
SUT le

Dordogne

44 50

18 50

Tralles, Sul-

tan-Hisar
Transina-

37 45 40

Tranupara

44 16 44.3:
41 44 40 10

Trapi'zus,
Jiiankup

37 28 40

Trap'zus,
Trehizond

40 59 57 50

risca

Trasinii'-iiiis

Laciis, L.
di Perugia 43 8
Tr.'ba. Trcci 41 54
Tri'lila,

Treci ii

5-2

30
31 14
30 40

TrCliia Fl.

Trebbia
Trfbula,

44 40 27 20

Victor

42 15 30 48
Treia, Trera 43 22 31 4
35
12 5
Trfius Fl.
4140 31 10
TresTiiljcrSt.

Tieinrili

iiiB,

near

Zorlcsco

Trrtiim

45 20 27 30
37 44 40 5;i

TrcTtiiiii Pr.

SebdaRui
Treva

37 5 25
53 4y 28 48

Trnveri, in
Treves
Triare,
Trialeti
Trihalli
Trilji'ici, in

Slrasburg

4130

r.2

43 20 42 10
48 30

Tricasses, in

Troyes
Tricca,
Tricala

48 40 2130
39 40 39 31

Trict'slinura
ail, Trice-

simo
Tiitlionis L.
Triclioiiiuin
TricoryUiiis

46 14 31 ]
38 33 39 50
3-! a.-^
39 438 9 41 51

Trideiitiiii,

in Trent
TriilOiitum,

Trent

46 20 29 20
46

8 29

TriKisfimuti),
St.

Polten

48 24 34

TriKljphon,

^racan

20 40 109 40

TriinaiiiinlII

44

43 50

TriiiionlTiini,

JInnan?

Dumfries? 55 12 14 35
Trlnfisus
30 45 40 40
Trillins Fl.
Trig no
4145 32 25
Triiiohantes.
Rfsci, ifc. 5145 18 20
Triociila,

near Calla
hcUotla

3113

LAT. LON.

LON.

Uxelae vEstu.
Bridge-

Verodunen-

VediantTi,

near the
Maritime

water Bay
Uxellodfi-

num, Riech

Vcduium,

Ussento or

Ugcnte
Usciac

32

dois

Wear

39 55

54 40 16
35 8 25 35

Vegesela
Veil, near

U.xii, in the
llJ

La

II.

XIX.

XXI.
XXI.

Storta

Vuieiitum

XXI.

SaliiiK

Velanis
Veldidena,

Vacca, Vcja
Vaccwi, in
Leon
Vacurium,

Vacua
Vii.la
Viifla

13 30 III.

Velinus

VI.

Veliti-a;,

47 21 31 23
40 40 9 50
5158 23 35
37 55 81 15
35 40 19 20

Fl.

Oxi

Vaj^al

III.

IV.

XIV.

XIX.

Vagienni, in
44 30 25 25 VII.

JM'orlhfieet

Valontia,
Valence
Valentia,
Valencia

II.

IV.
IV.

Vendili, or
Vandili,

55 30 14 40

II.

44 55 23
39 22

XXI.

39 51

Valerifina,

43 51

VIII.

Marco

Valulus
Murus,
57 50 XVII.

4130

29 30 VI.

XVI.

Vallum Ro-

33 50

28 10

27 10 5148 XX.
Veneris Plus. 39
36
VIII.
Veneris Plus.
Porto
Venere
43 2 27 38 VII.
Veneti, in
Channel
48 50 1510 IV.
Veneti, in
Morbihan
47 50
Venetia,
Venice
45 35 29 25
VeneticEe
I.

15 40 III.

42

Varifuia,

29 30 V.

falu

52 40

V.

Valcntano
Veresis Fl.
Veretini

Varzou-han
XIII.
Vascunes,
JVavarre
42 40 16
Vasio, Vaison 44 18 23 18

Campus

16 42

Mare,

Fl.

Santerno
43 10 29 20 VII.
Vectis I. /. of
Wight
50 40 16 40

p'olterra

Volaterrana

VUda

VII.

Bogni al
Morbo

XXI.

39 48 35 55 VIII.

Herault
43 30
Volcse Tectosiiges, in
Jiude
20
43
Volcea Palus 46 50 35

5310
25 12 VII.

3312

withiel

39 50 34 15 VIII.
39 2 IX.

Voliibilig,

35

Oualili
Voluntii, in

18 10

XVIII

JVil-

43 31

Campagna
di

Roma

Voniunus

31

VIII.

Fl.

Vomano
Vopiscianaj

42 30 3120 VIII.
34 40 12 20 XIX.

Voreda, Old
Penrith
Vorganiura,
Karhez
Votauntii, in
Part of
Lancashire

49 10 17 45

IV.

II.

IV.

and Cum-

Collis

;i

II.

Volsci, in the

9 12

berland

XXI.

Tyrol

44 44 !9 24 IX.
31 25 31 5 XVIII
0|2S 30fVI.

54

VulcanuT, vel
JEo\ix Ins.
Lipari
Islands

VindelTcTa,

52 48 16

34 20

Cumberland

ad

Viminiacum
Vinaza

Leicester-

32 40

Jlosain

43

Viminfilis,

loughby,

13 20

Mesjed

Vigesimum,
12 30

IV.
4 VI.

Vologesia,

Viducasses
in Calvados 49 8
Vienna,
Vienne
45 29

IV.

Voliba, Lest-

VidQcas,
Victts

VII.

VolCcB Arecoinici, in

Vider, vel

42 35 29 40 VIII.

43 20

VolaterrfmeB
AquEe,

IX.

Vidrus Fl. 52 40 24 20
Vidotara Fl.
Jiyr- Water? 55 35

Vernometum

shire

VIII.

45 55

VI.

44 45 29 45 VII.

VolaterrEB,

Victoria,

Plus.

V.

Vuduna,
Vadana
23 10 4 45 XIV.
VolSna Ostia 43 45 30 5 VII.
Voluna, Fl.
Volana

III.

VIcus Spaco
rum, P'igo 42 15

near Lacoek 5125 15 53

near

VIII.

45 17 26 23 VII.
43 29 1112 III.

Verlucio,

46 40

La

Mascar

St.

Channel

Vitricium,
Vercggio

Victoria

Oeorge^s
38 15 6114 XVII.

ad,

Mendolata
Viciternum
26 30

Vergilia,

Murcia
Verginium

40 48

Vicesimum
40 57 33 48 VIII.

39

50 52

Voconfii, in
Vaucluse

Sall-

Cast el
Fieri

32 48 VI.

Wcser

43 55

Vetulonii,
Vetulia
Vetulonii,
Vetulia

Vibiiuim,
Bovino

Vereis, Ver-

Verentum,

near Wolkmarkt
Vistula Fl.
Wcissel or
Vistula
Visurgis Fl.

43 4 28 41 VII.

Mruzio
Vesubiani,
Vesubia
Vesuna, La
Visone
Vesuvius M.
Vesuvio
Vettona,
Bettona
Vettones, in
Estrama-

15 21

Verbanus

V.

Varutlia,

Vastauna,
Vastan
Vaticunus

chester
Veniisia,

Virunum,

Vestini, in

Oder

Gwent

Old Carlisle 54 42
Viruciniites
recti us f.
Ruci nates,
in Bavaria 48 30 30 10 VI.

Vesternensis

Vibi Furum,

19 12

Venta, Win-

53 24

42.37 30 58 VIII.
56 15 13 30 II.

52 30

Venta, Caer-

Vereasucca

Ellenbo-

Ronifina
Viadrus, sive
Siievus Fl.

Ice-

54 50
Vindonissa,
Wiudish
Vinnfivium,
Binchester
Virglnis Vicus, Veraze
or Viragine 44 16 26 35 VII.
Viritium
53 10 33
V.
Virosidum,

rovgh or

46 30 27 50 VI.

noruin,
Caistor

Vercella,
Vercelli

Sylauna
Mecklenburg
Varlnuin,

VII.

num, Erdt 47 20 36 40 VI.


Via Fl. Ulla 42 30 8 50 III.
Via MHititris

Vervins

Viitini,

Varta Fl.
Warta

Venta

43 21

Viiidoniora,
Ebchester

Bczancon

Vetus

Lacus, L.

Varla, Vico

Waren

30 12 VII.

Maggiore
Verbinum,

42 32

Vara

Micolo

Vennunes,

Venosa

Biscay
Varia, Lo-

grono

Venetus Por-

brook

Variluli, in

Benezzone
Vesontio,

dura
47 20 14 50 IV.

near Clay-

Paisley
55 52 13 20 II.
Vaiigifmes,
in theLower
Rhine
49 50 26
IV.
Vaniiia,
Fanna7
28 10 VII.
46
Var;e, Bodvary
14 40 II.

ther
34 30
XIX.
Vescitani, in
.dragon
17 40 III.
Vesionica,

Massa

telinc

II.

VescaritK,
vel Vesce-

Aplirodi-

Venonium,
43 37 28 30

VIII.

.Albans

Massa,

in the Val-

man um
Valvata,
Cascina
Vandufira,

St.

Veneris, sive

S.

II.

Bermeo
43 24 15 23 III.
Vesselli, Pols 47 10 32 32 VI.
53

tus, P. di

Weilnpach

54 30

Verulce,
Veroli

Vespio
Vespasiiina
Vesperies,

IllSLllS,

Vallis

Vatrenua

47 48

Bellisle, SfC.

Derhend
Vallacum,

Brough
under
Stanmore

34 19

Cranbourne
Vindomiigus,
Vigan ?
Vindomis,
Earn ham
51 13

Vespiisiae,

Vandals

tes

Valeria Via

S.

19 40 IV.

Wan gen

5150 23

Jllharraiin 40 36 16 32 III.
Valeria
47 15 36 15 VI.

Vadin
ValGtlum,

20 15 IV.

Eure

in

Vienna
Vindogliidia

28 5C VII.

Civitelln di

Bcaune

Veiiafrum,
Venafro

Valnponga,

Valeria,
Valcra

Vellaunodunura,

Veinaiiia,

VaKoritiim,
Cite. d'Krve
Vahulis Fl.
Valeiitla

VIII.

XXI.

Velitri

Velocasses,

Saluzzo
Vagniiicse,

Waal

Fl.

Velino

Wag ram

Verona,
Verona

VerulamTum
47 15 29 19 VI.
44 47 27 36 VII.

Veleia

4150

IX.

43 14

Vilten

27 40

Vindo Fl.
Wartach
Vindobona,

IV.

Vertene,

Vt'ieiites

50
18 50 II.
39 30 ^9 3^ XIII.

ViiidTlisI.
Bel/isle

Verdun
Veromandui,
Verman-

Wcidca or
Udinc
Vedra Fl,

19 40

d'Issolu

ViiidTa

Verodunum

25

Jillis

Uxentum,

Vindelis Insula

in

se.s,

Meuse

Vulci,

5S

luJex

to

BucinoUO

VIII.
35J33

14 VIII.

Dr. Butler's Antient Alias.

33

Vulsiniensis
Liiciis, L.

di

BoUena

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