(navigation image)
Home American Libraries | Canadian Libraries | Universal Library | Community Texts | Project Gutenberg | Children's Library | Biodiversity Heritage Library | Additional Collections
Search: Advanced Search
Anonymous User (login or join us)
Upload
See other formats

Full text of "A classical atlas, to illustrate ancient geography : comprised in twenty-five maps, showing the various divisions of the world as known to the ancients, composed from the most authentic sources : with an index of the ancient and modern names"

Victorian 
910.938 
F493c 
1857 



(o 



-\ 



Joseph Earl and 
Genevieve Thornton 

Arrington 

Collection of 19th 
Century Americana 

Brigham Young University Library 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 



3 1197 21976 0722 



CLASSICAL ATLAS, 



TO ILLUSTRATE 



ANCIENT GEOGRAPHY; 



COMPRISED 



IN TWENTY-FIVE MAPS, 



SHOWING TBE 



VARIOUS DIVISIONS OF THE WORLD AS KNOWN TO THE ANCIENTS; 

COMPOSED FROM THE MOST AUTHENTIC SOURCES. 



WITH 

&n Bt&ex of tfte Ancient anfo Jfflotiem flames 



BY 



ALEXANDER G. FINDLAY, P.E.G.S. 



LONDON: 
WILLIAM TEGG & CO, 85, QUEEN STREET, 

CHEAPSIDE. 

1857. 



LONDON : 
BRADBURY AND EVANS, PRINTERS, WHITEFRIARS. 



YtPft 



CONTENTS. 



INTRODUCTION, pp. v. to xvi. 



v> 



I. ORBIS VETERIBUS NOTUS. 

II. ROMA. 

III. ITALIA SEPTENTRIONALIS. 

IV. ITALIA MEDIA. 

V. ITALIA MERIDIONALIS. 

VI. ATHENE. 

VII. PELOPONNESUS ET ATTICA. 

VIII. GRiECIA SEPTENTRIONALIS. 
IX. INSULA MARIS MGMl. 

X. MACEDONIA, THRACIA, IL- 
LYRIA, MCESIA, ET DACIA. 

XL BRITANNIA. 

XII. INSULJE BRITANNICiE. 

XII) GALLIA. 



XIV. GERMANIA. 

XV. VINDELICIA, NORICUM, 

RHiETIA, PANNONIA, ET 
ILLYRICUM. 

XVI. HISPANIA. 

XVII. AFRICA SEPTENTRIONALIS. 
XVIII. JEGYPTUS. 

XIX. ASIA MINOR. 
XX. PAL^STINA. 

XXI. SYRIA. 

XXII. ARMENIA, MESOPOTAMIA, 

ASSYRIA, ET BABYLONIA. 

XXIII. ARABIA. 

XXIV. IMPERIUM PERSICUM, 
XXV. INDITE. 



v 



INDEX TO THE MAPS, pp. 1 to 44. 



INTRODUCTION. 



In the representation of Ancient Geography there is this disadvantage, that we use authorities, m 
many cases incomplete and mutilated in themselves, treating of subjects which frequently were very 
imperfectly known to their authors. It is true that very often the ancient writings are so lucid and 
explicit that we are compelled to acknowledge our inferiority in knowledge, and modern enterprise is 
continually re-discovering (so to speak) that which was perfectly familiar in the early ages ; and although, 
in many instances, we are enabled to follow their narratives and descriptions even to the most minute 
particulars, and apply them to existing facts ; yet, to make a complete picture of the countries av tnu 
period, we are compelled to fill up many vacancies, and supply many features from less clear and correct 
sources. 

The progress of Modern Geography may be said to be nothing more than the correction of errors : 
this remark will still more fully apply to Ancient Geography. We are continually receiving fresh 
accessions to the illustration of the ancient writings, and it therefore takes rather the character of a 
progressive science than of a fixed branch of knowledge. A single fact will often overturn a voluminous 
theory, — a pebble will determine the character of a stratum to the geologist, and a coin or a column 
may completely subvert our previous notions of the comparative geography of a district. 

A consideration of these facts will, perhaps, serve to dissipate many notions that might, at first 
sight, suggest themselves from an examination of a map. It must not be thought that all places 
therein represented have an equal authenticity, or that all these sites are placed from local observation. 

It would require a complicated system to represent in a map the degree of probability that its 
features may bear, even were it desirable ; and in a series of such maps as are here given it would be 
almost impossible. Such, matters must therefore be rather considered as belonging to history than 
to geography. 

Another subject to be noticed is, that these Maps cannot be said to represent the Ancient World ai 
any one period, as a modern map does. The writings they are intended to illustrate extend over a very 
long period ; and, therefore, there must be necessarily many anachronisms throughout the work ; but 
this will not affect its utility. All the places mentioned did not exist at any one period. A people may 
disperse, or change its locality ; a town may be deserted, and another spring up ; yet a map which does 
not show all would be considered incomplete, notwithstanding that its features would not be synchronous. 

The present Maps must be viewed as a compendium of the whole world as known during the period 
of classic history. 

For the earliest ages, while geographical knowledge was yet in its infancy compared with what U 



vi INTRODUCTION. 

was in after years, and the form, and relative positions, and extent of many portions of the ancient world 
were very little understood, and by far the largest portion not known at all, maps, as they are now con- 
structed, could be but of little service as illustrations : we shall give a brief outline of those geographers 
and their labours, which have given us the materials wherewith to engraft ancient history and topography 
on modern geographical knowledge, and by so doing we shall notice that period which may be considered 
as antecedent to the existence of geography, properly so called. Even during the most flourishing 
period of ancient history very imperfect ideas were entertained of chorography : thus, Pliny, the most 
learned Roman of the most learned age of Rome, remarks as follows : — " Europe appears to be greater 
than Asia by a little less than a half of Asia ; and greater than Africa by the same quantity added 
to the sixth part of Africa. Europe is a third part of the whole earth, with the addition of a little 
more than an eighth ! Asia is a fourth, plus a fourteenth ; and Africa a sixth, plus a sixtieth." 

This will serve as an example of the very imperfect state of knowledge possessed by the ancients. 
To exhibit a map constructed on those ideas would be a useless task, and carry with it some amount of 
absurdity. The same may also be said of the notions of other authors of the form of the world. These 
maps give the outlines of the countries as known at present, with the ancient divisions and places applied 
thereon. 

During the earliest periods of history, when the world was necessarily very thinly peopled, and those 
few comprised within a limited space, of course but a very contracted knowledge of the world could be 
attained by its inhabitants. It would be a vain task to collect the ideas upon this subject, whether those 
traditionary histories which may have been received from the Noachic family of the antediluvian world, 
or of the actual experience of the primitive inhabitants of the world as we now know it. The 
Chaldaeans, the earliest astronomers, were probably also geographers ; they imparted their knowledge 
to the ^Egyptians, under whose system these sciences soon became submerged, as it were, under the 
depths of superstition, and veiled from the world by mystic terms, and only cultivated by a comparative 
few. But of the state of knowledge as possessed by this wonderful people we may form some notion 
by the scattered notices which have been given us by those who were initiated into, or taught, the 
mysteries under which they were concealed, a very large portion of which, we may presume, has been 
lost to succeeding ages. 

Thales, who flourished B.C. 594, one of the seven sages of Greece, taught that the world was not a 
circular plain, but that it was a globular body placed in the centre of the universe. 

The opinion of the plain figure of the earth was revived by Anaximenes, the successor of Anaximander 
(b.c. 556), but without much success. Pythagoras, of Samos, (b.c. 539), who had received much 
knowledge from the Egyptians, first taught that the Sun was fixed, and that the earth revolved around 
it. But this being contrary to the evidence of the senses, and also in opposition to the generally received 
opinion, was never widely diffused in the ancient world ; and it was reserved for the recent labours of 
Copernicus, Galileo, and Newton to demonstrate the truth of this system. But these speculations 
rather belong to the history of Astronomy than to the study of Ancient Geography. 

A century after this, Herodotus, "the Father of History," (b.c. 450), added very greatly to the 
scanty stock of geographical knowledge, by the relations and histories which were the result of his 
explorations of Egypt, Greece, the south of Italy (then called Magna Graecia), Pseonia, Babylonia, and 
Mesopotamia, &c. Many of his narratives give the liveliest description of the state of the ancient world, 
though, as might be expected, he has perhaps trusted in many instances to the information derived from 
others more than from his own observation. 

One hundred years later (b.c. 345), Aristotle flourished. His work, " De Ccelo," gives us a picture 
of the state of the knowledge of physical geography and the astronomy of the time. And, among 
other of his speculations, was that the western coasts of Spain were not far from the eastern shores of 



INTRODUCTION. vii 

India, — an idea which led Columbus to the discovery of America, and has given the name of the West 
Indies to the first discovered lands of the New World. 

The expeditions of Alexander the Great, about this time, also extended the knowledge of the eastern 
parts of the Old World. The records of the voyages and journey ings of his armies give us an insight 
into the ancient condition of those countries, which, until recently, were almost a terra incognita to 
modern science, and even within a few years the great enterprise of British arms and power have 
only given us a glimmering notion of the actual physical state of these regions. 

Hipparchus, a celebrated astronomer, of Nice, in Bithynia, (circ. B.C. 230), made some valuable 
improvements in geography by determining the latitudes and longitudes of places from celestial obser- 
vation, and thereby pointed out the intimate connexion that exists between geography and astronomy, 
although his labours did not excite much attention among the geographers who followed. He was also 
engaged in the measurement of the earth, and in determining its figure, a problem that had long 
employed the philosophy of Greece and Egypt. We shall have occasion to allude to this presently. 

The first who attempted to reduce geography to a regular system was Eratosthenes, who succeeded 
Euclid in the care of the Alexandrian library, about 220 years B.C. This philosopher attempted the 
measure of the earth's circumference, and introduced into his maps a regular parallel of latitude. But 
this was necessarily very inaccurate, as he appears to have known very little of northern countries, of 
Italy, or of the coasts of Pontus and the Adriatic ; nor was he better acquainted with Gaul, Spain, 
Germany, or Britain. The central line in the length of the world, the did^payfia rrjs oiKovfjiivrjs, was 
supposed, by Eratosthenes, as well as during a considerable period before his time, to pass through the 
latitude of Rhodes. The points through which he placed this parallel were the Sacred Promontory of 
Iberia (Cape St. Vincent), the Columns of Hercules, or Straits of Gibraltar, the Sicilian Straits, Capes 
Tsenarus and Sunium in Greece, Issus, and the Caspian Gates, to the mountains of India. Although 
this will be found, upon comparison with the modern maps, to be erroneous, yet his measurements alono- 
this line will give the length of the Mediterranean more accurately than was exhibited on some of the 
best map3 a century ago ; but this must be rather an accidental circumstance than from any accuracy 
in the computations of Eratosthenes. In placing this line he was not regulated by the same latitude, as 
he had no direct means of ascertaining it but by observing where the longest day was fourteen hours 
and a half, which Hipparchus, by astronomical means, determined was in latitude 36°. He also placed 
Meroe, Syene and Alexandria in Egypt, Byzantium and the river Borysthenes, in the same meridian as 
Rhodes, not one of which is so, except Byzantium, which is near to it. From such a system of 
geography we cannot expect to arrive at such exactness in measurement or detail as is to be wished 
for in the present age. 

From the want of those more refined instruments and appliances to science which have placed modern 
labours so far in advance of those of former ages, practical astronomy and geography made but 
little progress after the time of Eratosthenes and Hipparchus, and the progress of geography was mainly 
owing to the access of information and the acquisition of knowledge which, from the extension of the 
Roman empire, was brought to the great city which represented the centre of civilization. And this vast 
mass of knowledge which flowed into the metropolis of the world could not be arranged in that order 
which would be necessary to make a complete system, without the aid of trigonometry, or of some means 
of ascertaining the longitude, which, as the ancients were unacquainted with any method of com- 
puting time on their journies, they were nearly precluded from doing. The principle of finding the 
longitude is described in the introduction to our Modern Atlas, page vi. The latitude their scientific 
attainments would give them more accurately, yet without both of these most important points in 
geographical representation, but little progress could bo made. The only approximations that could be 
obtained towards accuracy were those actual measurements, which the progress of the Roman empire 



yiii INTRODUCTION. 

rendered practicable by the formation of the fine roads which formed so remarkable a feature in their 
policy and colonization. Accordingly we are informed by Plutarch that they commenced, in the year 
122 B.C., the erection of milliaria, denoting measured distances along the roads, which, when it had 
been continued for two centuries on all the principal roads of the empire, afforded the means of forming 
an imperial map far more accurate than any which had preceded it, or would have been in the power 
of the Greeks. • 

About the year B.C. 44, Julius Caesar instituted a commission for the survey (so to speak) of the 
Roman empire, and the senate intrusted this task to three able surveyors, who completed it in twenty- 
five years, under the inspection of Agrippa and patronage of Augustus. The result of these labours 
was a great painting, or map, displayed, about that time, in the portico of Agrippa. There are still 
extant Roman monuments which testify the great pains which were taken to make accurate surveys, and 
the distances thus obtained furnished most of the matter contained in the third, fourth, and fifth books 
of the elder Pliny's Natural History ; and some of the Roman maps are still preserved which were made 
to direct the marches of their armies. 

Strabo, the Greek geographer, philosopher, and historian, who was born at Amasia, wrote about the 
sera of Augustus, and travelled into various countries, the descriptions of which have been preserved, 
though he does not appear to have derived much advantage from the Roman acquirements. But his 
work is very defective and often contradictory, and much of the utility of it is sacrificed in endeavouring 
to systematize geography. Of his opinions of the habitable earth we shall speak hereafter. 

Pliny the elder, who lived in the reign of Vespasian, a.d. 60, has given,' in his Natural History, a 
complete system of geography as it then existed, and appears to have collected with great diligence 
whatever was known in all parts of the world. Pliny, who wrote thirty or forty years later than Strabo, 
appears to have been unacquainted with his work ; but he drew largely from the work exhibited in the 
portico of Agrippa, and has left a great number of distances which, compared with Strabo, show evident 
improvement. But the system of this author is vicious, and often clouded by false philosophy. 

When the Roman empire had reached its greatest extent, about the period of Antoninus Pius, or 
A.D. 150, Claudius Ptolemy, a native of Alexandria, composed his system of geography, which, notwith- 
standing its imperfections, continued in use till the discovery of the New World, by Columbus, and the 
passage to India round the Cape of Good Hope, by Vasco de Gama, opened fresh sources of 
knowledge and led to more extended views than could be entertained by adhering to the data given by 
the ancient geographer. 

Geography had made great progress in the interval between the dates of Pliny and Ptolemy ; but 
still, from want of scientific means, these results could not be properly methodized and arranged. The 
accumulated road-measurements, and the knowledge of their own country by the Greeks, the conquests of 
Seleucus Nicator and Antiochus Soter, and, added to all, the effects of two centuries of peace and 
prosperity, and the influence of the extension of commerce, all tended to place geographic knowledge 
on a much more extended basis than could possibly have been previously attained. 

One of the features of Ptolemy's geography is the reduction of the exaggerated distances and spaces 
recorded by previous geographers and writers, though these positions in latitude and longitude are too 
often so far wide of the truth that we cannot suppose them to have been the result of actual observation. 
Hence the utility of Ptolemy's work consists rather in the catalogue of names chorographically arranged 
than in the general merits of Lis work. 

Notwithstanding these imperfections, the work of Ptolemy must be considered as the extreme limit 
ever attained by ancient geographers, and was, as before stated, the only guide to the Greeks, Arabs, 
and every other people until long after the revival of learning. 

We have thus given a very slight outline of those ancient geographers who are principally entitled 



INTRODUCTION. \ x 

to consideration ; and the following Atlas, being in some measure illustrative of their works, some 
notice, perhaps, was necessary. Their labours would probably be now perfectly incomprehensible in 
many cases without the aid of modern knowledge ; and although the present maps may represent the 
countries which have been described by them, yet their description will afford but a faint resemblance to 
the now known relations of different regions ; therefore, a modern map of a country, giving its ancient 
condition, which is what each of the following must be considered as, will only serve, in too many instances, 
to demonstrate the erroneous opinions and exaggerated estimates formed by the authors they serve 
to illustrate. 

We have adverted to the opinions entertained by the ancients as to the form of the habitable world ; 
as this involves some points of interest, we shall again turn to this part of the subject. 

According to the remoteness of the age, so do we find more or less of the fabulous mixed up with 
the truth. The world of the period of Homer was an immense circular plain, surrounded by a sea of 
darkness, inhabited on its east, west, and northern borders by the Hyperborei, or Cimmerii, people who 
never saw the light of the sun, an exaggeration probably of the long nights of the polar regions ; and 
the burning regions of the south, unfit for the habitation of men, were yet peopled by Pigmies, the 
Cyclops, and other imaginary beings, the vault of heaven resting on stupendous mountains which 
encircled this world, and to the inner surface of which the stars were attached. All are evidences of some 
imperfect notion being formed of the distant parts of the world, mixed up with the wildest imagery and 
fable. 

In the progress of time the globular form of the earth was proposed ; this opinion was discarded by 
Anaximander, who said that it was a cylinder : others held that it was an immense mountain, around 
which the heavenly bodies revolved. 

Eratosthenes, with whom Strabo agreed, considered that the habitable earth, the oiKovficur], was 
surrounded by one great sea, of which the Caspian, the Mediterranean, the Arabian and Persian Gulfs, 
were inlets or gulfs penetrating the land. Strabo, agreeing with some former philosophers, supposed 
that its length was something more than double its breadth. He argues thus : — " It is confessed by 
both ancients and moderns that the habitable earth is twice as long as it is broad. Eratosthenes, 
therefore, having extended the breadth from Ieme to Thule, a region uninhabitable on account of the 
cold, was obliged, in order to preserve the aforesaid proportion, to give an undue extent to its length, 
from the western cape of Iberia to the eastern extremity of India." This false notion was subsequently 
still more exaggerated, in later times, in the road-maps made by the Romans. 

This misconception of the figure of the earth has given to modern times two names which have no 
proper reference to the subjects they are applied to ; these are the terms latitude and longitude, 
which, in their natural signification of breadth and length, have been significant of the supposed figure 
of the world, as previously described, and evidently cannot be applicable to the measurements of a sphere, 
to which the present use of them is only referred. These terms having now a fixed meaning, there is 
no inconvenience arising from the use of them. 

The longitudes of the ancients are all reckoned eastward from the extreme of the world, which was 
placed at the Canary Islands, the Insulae Fortunatae, and the westernmost of these > the present Hierro, 
or Ferro, was taken as the first meridian. 

In reckoning the longitudes according to the ancient system, therefore, the difference (18° West) 
between this meridian and that of Greenwich, which is the point from which the longitudes are all 
reckoned in this Atlas, must be taken into consideration. This modern principle has been preferred to 
taking Ferro as a starting point, because, in the comparison with modern geography, the advantage is 
all on the side of the modern system. And the ancient latitudes and longitudes can be considered only 
as approximations, so that they can afford but little assistance in comparative geography. 

c 



x INTRODUCTION. 

In illustration of the state of knowledge respecting the Roman empire, we subjoin a careful /ac- 
simile of a portion of the famous Tabula Peutingeriana, which is interesting as a specimen of 
representative geography in ancient times. 

The Peutingerian Table, so called on account of its having first been made known by Conrad 
Peutinger, a native of Augsburg, in Germany, is an ancient road-map, preserved in the imperial library 
at Vienna. It is drawn on parchment, and is usually considered to have been constructed about the 
time of the Emperor Theodosius, a.d. 393. It shows the whole of the then known world, but in a singularly 
distorted manner ; for while the breadth of this map, from north to south, is only one foot, the length is 
twenty-one feet. The great inland seas are thus reduced to rivers, and the continents they divide are 
narrow strips of land. The length would appear to have been founded on the first parallel previously 
mentioned, but the map generally can give no idea of the world as a whole. It is exceedingly 
serviceable to geography, particularly in connection with the ancient itineraries, although it differs 
from them in many important particulars. 

The portion we have chosen is that containing Rome, which was the best known, and consequently 
the best drawn. At the top and bottom of the Map is shewn the supposed surrounding ocean of 
darkness. The upper part of the land will represent a portion of the European continent, with Sarmatia 
on the verge, including Pannonia Superior and part of Liburnia and Illyricum, between Ausancalio 
(lat. 44° 40', long. 15° 55' E., Map XV.) and Iadera, on the Adriatic Sea, on the left hand, and Narona, 
also on the Adriatic, (lat. 43° 4', long. 17° 38' E.), and is included, chiefly, in the eastern part of Map XV. 

Below this the Adriatic Sea is represented as a narrow strait, having the Ins. Lissa before Iadera at 
the left extremity. 

Italy, with Rome and its port in the centre of the Map, is the middle line of land, and, on the upper 
side, extends from Ancona, in Picenum (lat. 43° 37', long. 13° 33' E., Map III.), to Larinum (lat. 41 
48', long. 14° 47' E., Map XVI.), and on the lower coast between Aquae Apollinares (lat. 42° 7', long. 
12° 1', E ) and Formise (lat. 41° 17', long. 13° 37' E., Map V.), and is the same country that is com- 
prised in Map IV. Above Rome are the Apennines, which traverse the Map from one end to the other, 
and from which run the rivers as named, which may be readily traced on Map IV. 

The Mediterranean Sea, like the Adriatic, a narrow line of water, separates the portion of Italy from 
the continent of Africa. The coast of this is represented in a singularly distorted manner, for the whole 
length of the section is occupied with the coast between Utica, a short distance to the N.W. of Carthage, 
to Horrea Celia, or Heraclea, (lat. 36° 0', long. 10° 30' E.) in Map XVII. The interior comprises the 
districts of Numidia and part of Africa, and at the bottom of the Map is the circumscribing range of 
mountains dividing the habitable world from the surrounding ocean. 

The roads which this Tabula was specially designed to shew are exhibited, and on them is marked the 
distances between one station and another in Roman miles, (Mille Passus, or M.P.) : thus, from Rome 
to Bobella, along the Via Appia, is x. (M.P.), or 10 Roman miles, and the whole of these distances are 
clearly marked and easily recognisable. It is altogether a singular example of ancient science, and 
probably gave an idea to modern times by what means the Romans and their armies were directed. 

In addition to this great assistance to comparative geography, we are much indebted to the 
itineraries, or road-books, compiled at different times. The principal of these may be considered as the 
Antonine Itinerary, which gives us a very large number of distances, as computed or measured between 
various places. The Peripli, or Narratives of Sea Voyages, also afford much matter for the deter- 
mination of ancient localities. Such is the Voyage of Hanno, the Carthaginian, along the western 
coast of Africa, a subject which has given rise to much discussion among modern geographers. Those 
of Arrian in the Euxine and Erythraean Sea, of Scylax along the coasts of Europe and Asia, all assist 
in the formation of the present system of comparative geography. These works, which do not form a 











t A.D.393. 







U ITALY, «th rti. CDJA( I VI i OUNTRU S.feju PE1 TING] 

■ ale ; of i < Isms i 



HI \>. I \L1 I > , o in, itedaboi I 



INTRODUCTION. *i 

portion of the study of ordinary readers, are here mentioned to show to what aids we are indebted for 
the perfection of our representations. 

A very important branch of ancient geography are the measures made use of in those times ; and it 
is necessary to the proper understanding of many of the narratives that they should be noticed. The 
stadium was the principal measure of distance in ancient Greece and her colonies. Its true length has 
been the subject of much dispute : we will give the chief arguments that have been used in this 
controversy. 

If we deduce it from the present measurements of distances given by ancient writers, we shall 
arrive at very different results ; and to make these discordances in some measure coincide, it has 
been usually considered that there were stadia of different lengths in use in different ages and in 
different regions. 

But it has been argued on the other side that only one measure is intended in all these cases, at 
least on this side of the iEgaean Sea, that is, the stadium of 600 Attic feet. 

The exact length of the Attic foot has been recovered from the dimensions of the Parthenon at 
Athens. This building is styled by Plutarch " Hecatompedon," the hundred-footed ; and the result is 
that the Greek foot was equal to 12*1375 English inches, and the length of the stadium from this would 
be 606 feet 9 inches. Now this is the exact length of the foot-race in the Olympic games, the distance 
between the afaais and ripfia, the pillars at the extremities of the course, or the starting and the 
winning posts. Hence the term Olympic stadium ; and this is also the precise length of all the stadia 
of Greece, which are very clearly defined to have consisted of 600 Greek feet, or, as shown beneath, of 
625 Roman feet. 

The Roman milliare, or mille passuum, equal to 5,000 Roman feet, we are told by Plutarch, was a 
little less than 8 Greek stadia. The Roman foot, taken from extant Roman measurements, is equivalent 
to 11 '65 English inches ; consequently the Roman mile was equal to 4,854 English feet, which is equal 
to 8 stadia, and 25 Roman feet were equal to 24 Greek feet nearly. These measures were preserved 
in use during a period of at least six centuries. 

One of the arguments upon which a variety of stadia are made to rest is the circumference of the 
globe as estimated by different philosophers. This is a difficult problem with modern applications to 
science, and was used in the formation of the French national standard of length, the metre ; but, as 
we have before seen, the ancients had a very limited knowledge of astronomy, and still less of general 
geography. They never had any better means of ascertaining the proportion of the arc to the whole 
circle than by observing the proportion between the length of the gnomon and its shadow. The 
method by which Eratosthenes obtained the circumference of the globe is thus recorded : — Having 
assumed Syene, in Upper Egypt, to have been in the extreme limit of the tropical line, where the 
gnomon gives no shadow on the longest day, and Alexandria to be on the same meridian, at a distance 
of 5,000 stadia, Eratosthenes observed that at Alexandria, the shadow of the gnomon, on the longest 
day, covered one-fiftieth part of the circle. Five thousand stadia, therefore, he inferred to be the fiftieth 
part of the circumference of the globe ; that is, it was 250,000. This computation of Eratosthenes 
remained as an authority up to at least the second century of our sera ; but as it is evidently founded on 
data that only approximate rudely to the truth, no dependence can be placed in it as a measure of length. 
This measure of the circumference was attempted by other philosophers, giving 500, 600, 625, 666^, 
700, 750, 833£, or 1,111 J stadia to the degree, as their various results : but to deduce measurements 
from these is quite visionary. 

We are here referring to the stadium as it was in use before the third century of the Christian sera. 
After that period there was a variety of measurements given to the stadium, the chief of which are 
those of 7 and 71 to the Roman mile. 



xii INTRODUCTION. 

To account for the seeming anomalies which appear in considering the stadium to have been 
of a uniform length, as the authors give very different distances by the same measure, is to consider 
what were the measurements intended. 

We shall find that most of these distances were computed ; indeed almost all the Greek writers 
used computed distances, and it was only in later times that the Romans gave exact measurements. 
The uncertainties attending computations are obvious, and the results will almost always be above the 
truth. Thus the only method of measuring the length of a march would be by reckoning the time 
occupied, and this is always over-rated. Even the Greeks are not agreed as to the number of stadia 
in a day's journey ; it was usually reckoned at 200, or 180, or, for an army, 150 stadia. 

Herodotus gives 700 stadia for voyaging by a sailing ship by day, and 600 by night. Generally, 
1,000 stadia were reckoned a 24 hour's voyage. This must inevitably be a very crude calculation, and 
must depend most materially upon a variety of circumstances, the sinuosities of the coast, the skill of 
the navigator, the wind, or upon what was not at all understood, the direction and strength of the tides 
and currents. Therefore, under unfavourable circumstances, 500 stadia only were performed, or even 
much less. By many it has been considered that they had a separate traveller's measure, an itinerary 
stadium ; but all evidence is contrary to this. 

In comparing the road distances as given by various authors, we always find that these computed 
distances are increased according as the country travelled over is less known, and, consequently, that 
from this circumstance it would appear that the stadium was increased in length during the progress of 
time, or as the roads and distances they were applied to measure became better known and more fre- 
quented ; but is far easier to demonstrate that the measure is the same, and that the distances are 
apparently increased by the difficulties and ignorance of the roads and countries they traverse. 

We must therefore consider that the stadium mentioned by all the early writers is the Olympic 
stadium of 600 Greek feet, or 625 Roman feet. 

The parasang is another measure often mentioned by Greek writers. It is a Persian measure of 
length, and is still in use in those countries, where it is called, by the present inhabitants, farsang, and, 
in the Arabic, farsakh. The modern measure is generally reckoned as 3| or 4 English miles, which 
very nearly agrees with that given by Herodotus, who says it is equal to 30 stadia, in which he is 
corroborated by Xenophon. Strabo states that it was considered by some authors at 60, some at 
40, and some at 30 stadia. Pliny says that the Persians assigned various lengths to it. 

The following table will give the length of these measures in English yards, feet, and inches : — 

Yds. ft. in. 

Stadium according to Aristotle's measurement of the earth's surface . . 109 1 2-26992 

Mean geographic stadium by Major Rennell ...... 168 1 6 

Olympic stadium (the correct stadium) ....... 202 9 

Stadium of 7^ to the Roman mile . . . . . . . 215 2 2*4 

Stadium of 7 to the Roman mile 231 5*124 

The Roman foot (pes) 11-649 

Roman passus of 5 pedes ......... 11 1024 

Roman actus of 120 pedes ......... 38 2 5*95 

Mille passus, or Milliare, or M.P. 1,618 

Persian parasang .......... 6,067 1 6 

The Maps have been formed on the basis of modern surveys and the observations of travellers, 
combined with the collateral evidence of the itineraries, histories, and descriptions, and with the 
deductions from monuments, coins, and many other sources, so as to exhibit a tolerably perfect repre- 
sentation of the state, extent, and divisions of the ancient world. 

One point, however, demands notice, and that is, the changes which have taken place in the nature of 
the earth's surface during the very long period that has elapsed since the occurrences related, or the places 
described, were in existence. For example, the plains of Troy, the scene of the earliest and greatest epic 



INTRODUCTION. xiii 

poem ; we may look in vain at present for many of those particulars so minutely and vividly described 
by the noble bard. The low alluvial plain, stretching from the foot of Mount Ida to the Sea, and 
now intersected by very numerous watercourses, which, even during comparatively recent periods, have 
quite changed their courses and character, leads us to the conviction that, during the many centuries 
which have passed away since it was peopled by the invading host before Troy, these causes of change 
have not been dormant, but must have probably totally altered its character, and carried dry land, 
where, perhaps, the ships of the Greeks brought their armies to the siege. Not so with the hills and 
mountains ; they remain lasting testimonies to the truth of the narration. Some travellers, even 
recently, have endeavoured to identify ancient sites with modern localities in these remarkable plains ; 
but, as we cannot refute these assertions by any appeal to historical geography, we have only to consider 
that it may have been so, or that there is a greater probability that a very different order of things 
might have afforded the same results. 

Another part, too, in which these changes have been operating is the vicinity of the famous 
Thermopylae, where the Sperchius, the modern Hellada, bringing down in its waters the disintegrated 
portions of the plains it passes through, has extended the coast line a considerable distance beyond the 
limits of the sea in the time of the recorded battle. The present line of coast is shown in a dotted line 
in Map VIII. , and will well explain what is here meant. Again, the present south-east coast of 
England, the scene of the landing of Caesar's expeditions, will not coincide with the narratives he has 
left of them. It is very probable that the coast here has considerably extended outward since that 
period. Within the range of modern history the sea has greatly encroached, reversing the previous 
order, upon the eastern coast of England ; where large plains extended, now is covered with the ocean. 
Pompeii, too, whose destruction 1,700 years ago is described by Pliny, stood on the margin of the sea, 
but now is a considerable distance removed from it. 

It must not be understood that these mighty changes have affected all the physical world to an equal 
extent ; these remarks must be referred only to those less permanent features of the land, the sandy 
beach, the alluvial plain, the meandering river, and the marshy delta, and not to the lasting and 
permanent characteristics of a country. The rugged mountains and hills remain, in most cases, 
comparatively unchanged since the earliest period. These remarks are here made to show that, while 
many most permanent land-marks remain, still many of the minor features, upon which rest, perhaps, 
the most important particulars of a narrative, have passed away, and cannot now be recognised. 

We shall now make a few remarks upon the series of Maps in the order in which they are placed. 
They have been arranged, in some degree, according to the importance, in ancient times, of the 
various countries, and, therefore, do not follow the same series as they would do according to 
modern opinion. 

Map I. The World as known to the Ancients, is an epitome of the whole of the subsequent series, 
and needs but few remarks beyond the foregoing. The western coast of Africa, the region of the 
expedition of Hanno the Carthaginian, perhaps might be extended beyond the limits which we have 
marked, the modern Cape Palmas. This expedition continued its course till they came to a very 
lofty mountain, with fire on its summit, which seemed to reach the stars ; they called it Theon Ochema, 
or the chariot of the gods. This description exactly applies to the lofty peak of Cameroens, in the 
Gulf of Guinea, and, it is very possible, was the limit of the expedition ; but as this has been the result 
of very recent surveys, we have adhered to previous decisions. Whether the ancients ever reached so 
far as the north cape of Europe is involved in some mystery, but they describe portions of Sweden and 
Norway. 

Maps II., III., IV., and V., Roma and Italia.— The first of these maps shows the extent and 
monuments, as far as is known, of the ancient mistress of the world. The various details given, which 



x lv INTRODUCTION. 

explain themselves, have been preserved and described by many authors, and are now inclosed among 
the buildings of the modern city. But the present city extends on the western side of the Tiber, the 
Vatican Mount lying where the Circus Neronis is marked on the plan. 

Ancient Italy, from the profuseness of the histories and information which have reached us respecting 
it, is the best known of all ancient countries. But few of its sites are involved in much uncertainty, 
and the number of existing monuments and remains of Roman grandeur identify almost all the towns, 
very many of which are still identical in situation and name with those of classic antiquity. 

In Map III., which is on a larger scale than the others, in addition to the detail given in the rest of 
the maps, are marked the roads which centred in Rome, and extended to an unparalleled length through- 
out the vast empire. These could not be inserted in the other maps without causing confusion. 

Maps VI., VII., VIII., and IX., Athens and Hellas, or Grcecia. — Athens the beautiful, then so long 
the theatre of tumult, superstition, and oppression, and now again taking its place among the capitals of 
the world, and the centre of its ancient territory, has lost a large proportion of those monuments of its 
former greatness, though some of the noblest buildings of antiquity still adorn its Acropolis. The plan, 
which has been composed from the recent surveys by the present Greek government, shows all the 
ancient sites, as far as they can be ascertained with any degree of probability. The modern city, 
which resembles an English provincial town, occupies a portion of the plain to the north and north- 
east of the Acropolis. The ports, once the busy resort of the Greek navigators, but now of very minor 
importance, lie at the extremity of the Long Walls, but few vestiges of which now remain ; the avenue 
formed by these looked directly toward the Parthenon and the Acropolis. Altogether, we may presume 
that the present plain on which Athens is seated is much altered in character since it was the scene of 
the great events recorded in its classic history. 

The Peloponnesus, Map VII., is now accurately represented. Until within a recent period, the 
features of the country were known only in a crude and unsatisfactory manner ; and we may say, with 
great truth, that the ancient descriptions were very far in advance of our knowledge of the country. 

Within a few years, however, the British Admiralty have most minutely surveyed the coasts, and 
the interior has also been well surveyed ; so that we are now enabled to give a map of this important 
section in a very correct form. Most of its ancient sites are well recognised, although very many ruins 
exist and are well known, of which we have no account. These are not marked on the map, as being 
unnecessary to the general reader. 

Map VIII., Northern Greece, is a district of which we were very ignorant, and all maps have hitherto 
given a very inaccurate representation of the country ; but to the same sources we are indebted now 
for a correct survey of these parts, and no further remark seems necessary. The Archipelago, Map IX., 
is corrected from our British surveys, and the correct forms of the islands and the present condition 
of the plains of Troy are there given. 

Map X., Macedonia, &c. — Although most portions of this map are well represented, still we have a 
deficiency in the classical portion, as it has not been yet sufficiently examined by those who are capable 
of deciding and systematizing the comparative geography. 

Maps XI. and XII., The British Isles. — In the classical geography of our own country, we are in 
this condition, — that we know much more of its antiquities than we do of the history of them. Disco- 
veries of ancient art and remains are continually being made, of which we know nothing but that they 
must have represented much comparative civilization and wealth. The early Roman history of Britain 
is involved in some obscurity ; and although we are enabled to trace the progress of Roman colonization 
with some minuteness in later times, the histories which have reached us must give but an imperfect 
picture of the state of Roman Britain. 

In the maps we have given, in a lighter character, the modern names of places where Roman 



INTRODUCTION. xv 

remains have been found, but we have only marked those of chief importance ; a vast number of places 
might be added which exhibit proofs of their former inhabitants. The roads, too, are given in this 
map of Britain. These additional features have been inserted, because we look with greater interest on 
the antiquities of our own country, although of minor importance in the general history of the world at 
those times. 

Map XIII., France. — The remarks that were applied to Italy may also be made respecting France. 
As will be seen, a large number of its towns still exist, and under the same names, more or less 
corrupted from their original form, but still recognisable. 

The north-western portion, that which now forms a portion of the Low Countries, Holland, and 
Belgium, the face of the country, the mouths of the great rivers which drain this portion of Europe, arc 
much altered, as is shown also in the following map. 

Map XIV., Germany. — The inhabitants of this portion of the world, destined, in after years, to 
perform such an important part in the history of Europe, were, by its early historians, considered to be 
on the extreme verge of the known world. Consequently, little need be here said of that people who, 
in their mode of life and habitations, perhaps most resembled the still uncultivated races with whom we 
are now acquainted. 

Map. XV., Vindelicia, Noricum, fflicetia, Pannonia, et Illyricum. — These countries, the inha- 
bitants and history of which form an important part of the later annals of the Roman empire, have 
been delineated from various sources ; the physical portion is generally accurate, and the ancient sites 
tolerably well ascertained. 

Map XVI., Spain. — Spain, like Italy and France, still possesses many remains of its ancient 
importance, and most of its history we are enabled to trace from them. 

Map XVII. , North Africa. — These countries, so important in ancient times, have not maintained 
their superiority. We have not been even moderately acquainted with its actual state until within a 
few years. The fabled dangers of the Greater Syrtis and the wild fancies that were engrafted thereon, 
have disappeared, by the labours of our British surveyors. The French nation have, by their posses- 
sion of portions of Mauretania, made us, in some degree, better acquainted with that country. 

Map XVIII. , Egypt. — This wonderful country now presents a very different aspect to that under 
which it was seen by Herodotus, and other philosophers and historians. The teeming multitudes which 
dwelt in the valley of the Nile have given place to a very different order of things. It has been sup- 
posed by some that its ancient fertility has departed, and its extent grown more limited, but the reverse 
seems to be the case. The Nile, bringing alluvial deposits from the interior of Africa, has certainly 
raised its bed, and thus increased the breadth of the cultivable plain it passes through ; and numerous 
evidences show that the margins of the desert were also cultivated in ancient times, thus demonstrating 
that the same application of successful industry would suffice for still larger numbers of inhabitants. 
One of the most remarkable features of Egypt has lately been explained, that is, the Lake Mceris, the 
receptacle of the superabundant waters of the Nile. A French savant has pointed out the remains of the 
vast embankments which, inclosing the valley on the west and north sides, formed the artificial lake 
which has been so long a mystery. This is shown on the map. 

Map XIX., Asia Minor, is a country which has been the field of great research by late travellers 
and antiquaries. We have received much information respecting the interior of this important country, 
and, although more remains to be learnt, we have acquired a large increase of knowledge respecting it 
within a few years. 

Maps XX. and XXL, Palestine and Syria. — The Holy Land has of late years received so much 
the attention of geographers, that the maps of it have quite a different aspect from those which formerly 
appeared. The verification of a largo number of places, and the discovery of numerous others, men- 



xvi INTRODUCTION. 

tioned in the Scriptures, afford us a much clearer knowledge of the country than we have hitherto 
possessed. We have availed ourselves of the best authorities, and believe that the maps give a tolerably 
faithful picture of the countries they represent. 

Map XXII., Armenia, Mesopotamia, Babylonia, <fcc. — The rivers Euphrates and Tigris have lately 
been surveyed, and, from a comparison with ancient writings, we must suppose that their courses have, 
in many parts, greatly changed ; and these changes we cannot, with our present knowledge, properly 
estimate. Many antiquities still remain, and testify to the ancient grandeur of these countries. 
These are all inserted, as far as could be ascertained. 

Map XXIII. , Arabia. — The descendants of Ishmael, the present occupiers of this country, so 
jealously guard and prevent the access of any foreigners to its interior, that we are obliged to fill up the 
want of direct knowledge with supposition. With its coast line we are well acquainted ; but of the 
interior, with the exception of a few portions, we know nothing, except that information which i3 
derived from doubtful authority. 

Map XXIV., Persia. — The eastern part of this map, the region of Alexander's expedition, may 
be said to be undergoing a change in its comparative geography. The Affghan war, conducted by 
Great Britain, and the amount of information respecting the ancient and mediaeval periods of Ariana 
which has been collected collaterally by those means, have afforded materials for remodelling its 
geography, both ancient and modern. 

Map XXV., India. — We have represented, on this map of the extremity of the ancient known 
world, those principal features which are necessary to elucidate the geography. Any further notice of 
this would involve matters of history rather than geography, strictly so called. 

The Index, which terminates the work, gives the position of every place mentioned in the Atlas. 
By the latitudes and longitudes attached, any place may be readily found. 

The modern names, indicated in Italics, which are attached to some of the ancient designations, 
show the probable synonyme ; but, as stated in page v., it would be difficult to indicate there the 
degree of authenticity or exactness of the place mentioned. A large proportion may be taken as 
actually identified ; of the rest, it must be left to more voluminous works to decide. 

Our Modern Atlas, a companion to the present work, will afford the means of comparison between 
the ancient and modern world ; and although the maps in each may not represent exactly the same 
extent of country, nor each country on the same scale, which is necessarily the case from the different 
amount of political importance of these in different ages, they will be sufficient to elucidate each other. 

The positions in this Ancient Atlas are given according to the situation of the places in the maps ; 
and the longitudes are reckoned east and west of the meridian of Greenwich. The difference of 
longitude, and the mode of ascertaining it, are described in the Introduction to the Modern Atlas. 

The ancient first meridian was the longitude of Ferro, or Hierro, the westernmost of the Fortunate 
Isles, the present Canaries. This is 18 degrees west of Greenwich (strictly 18° 10'). Therefore, 
where the place is east of Greenwich, by adding 18 degrees to the longitude, will give that from Ferro : 
thus, Rome (Map IV.) is in longitude 12° 27' E. ; increased 18°, gives 30° 27' for the longitude from 
Ferro. But if the longitude is west of Greenwich, it must be subtracted from 18° : thus Sacrum 
Prom., Cape St. Vincent, in Spain, (Map XVI.), is 8° 59' west, which, taken from 18°, is 9° 1' lon- 
gitude from Ferro, 




LOKDOH PUBLISHED BY W. TEGG S 




8 Staiiia—lMjlliare Roman um 

LO"tTDO"N. "FUBUSKED BYW.TEGG. & C< 




LONDON. PUBLISHED BIT V. TECS, * C c 




Met' Iicdla%'. 



BO-BTDOK. PUBLtyHED Br W. T EG&, fc C < 



V 



-Fiddix 



ia v>^ ^ 



*>£ *** 



Craat 




1 Sipontuuo vd£l : 



J^Garg'anum. Prom . -A. 
~ j cunts -P*" *y 



i*r 



rgyrippi , 



erf 



; . y. Cerawului * 



£■ 



TalmariaT^ 






l Herdonia. *>* 



*-? 



Zaiirafmnl 



tiltllUJJIT^, f 

v ffiJtfuib,iui t$ 



n Ol/ULBt 

'Canusiran A/*,' «/ 
* E D I C °^A V o 
j2 V/* tt I s/jhituntutn 

* C £ o *&*& " 

A/«>_J» — — 1 — 

> Azetiiun 




At 



t Juliana. 



* 



* 



^ 



& 



*t 




% 



* * 



?**' 






: J 



1 i 



74 

j,^" Posidoiiia 

JPosidmrn ^f.^ 
leucosiB^i = 



itaptmtam 



\xc-a-vel Osteodes 



„eV 



i i i i i i i I ,i i v^s\ 

r -C ^ C StronUlcI^^rp^^ 

I'" T^V^X^S 






jjt&&mu(rn 




fliera ivZ'Vulcaiaa^ 








^> 





wv 



1**^ 




1 :rw 8 av^ l0 « s \^f M 



tfju>tiLum 



.. i 1 '' 









Term sexis 






YahcdF* 




fctfjaatf e 



"^ 



Jfipitia 



MoiiyiA 



JV 




Orraw/Uria 
rruuri J^roi 



ia *Hi s 



JV 



»■ s 



Stadia Olvmpica 
5o 100 -200 ' 3oo 400 



3o 40 5o 



_;;s 






LOTSTDOK. PUBLISHED BY W TEOC Jt C.9 



Yf 



AT H IE 23 



I O R 



* 







. Muri 



ACROPOLIS 
A Parthenon 7 Maierva 2$\>maahw 

1 Pcdgsttil ut'Jtvttie StAugushM 8 Errchthou!$:£iuiu>1pi(f 

2 JuptUr Fvlieufi 9 ApvUoParnopu 
B Erectkwum 30 Pandion 

3 TempU vftfctoryAptsros 2J Olympiodoru£ 

4 Venus ZevJia J2 Great Cavern 
C Propylaea 7& Tomb o/'Zh/os 

5 Jiraz&i auaa*ru?a M i'/epsy<lr t iSato-cr 

6 Diana 3r\turonia IS Gn* of^poliakPan 



FORTUS ATHENIENSESo 





LONDON. PUBLISHED BYW.TEGG & C< 



\l 




1.0ND0N PUBLISHED B1'¥TE 



vm. 




Alcx r Findlay. 



LOUDON-: PUBLISHED BY W. TF.GG. Sc C? 




/ 






■e )„,.. 



-% 



fcaUatis Wi &^*« 

^luircnLanai 



yrlTctruuuAcra. 






MJ^^^^ , . 



^fi^frS 



adSsantft 



1|| .W^nswu.^oto^^'"''' 
essus >W Odcssopohs 1 

-H-— 



M 



Maubna 




5%»*i, L «<i '. 






, c a v i A_ 

^t^r^%/ IPS- Mrv^r^"#c^r~x 

a ^"\~ t*n ^~^~-i-H 1^: ftjiiit^Sio^-^-r 1 °?rtrfw?^/3^i^Sp^ ^2^2-5!*>^wwj"- r x a ^ .1 \_ °1 



fait i 1 -GllaJrfi . 



G&trnZarfar 






nhrpoAz^l 



'AJVodovVLnt-Sozopcte 
yckerjonesus 



—~ s Chorion. 



^ 



Epxiai„ 



^Cv.^-si 



So/ W 



i y»» 







•%* 



& J L-£3lVY' S ***JP if 



v^ 5 






Urshtau I 



s ik 



"Bcrjijura^j 




Unit/anil*. v . v liiiar 




aHEamoflSBsa&.w Mf#* 



40 



I.ONDUN EUBU JHI ' t I 



' f 




IN. PUBLISHED BTW.TEGO.*C<! 




R 






M 




pisJ&riruPiuvrl,, Vr7tIU>" * I JjJSS™! 



WKIfcTCKMS. M®1MPJ1L mgffj 



3 »o 4»o 5 00 600 700 800 



0, "</J„ 



iloceuts Y)an^, 



^ 



J/L . 





Hpj 










Bfte 


m\ 





WAUuuvunl <■/ 




+.jP A^ 



Stadia Olympi. 



. 



-* rftV."Iifc<>La 



& 



4^#pW^> Kit- 

Of *"ti S(JC r' A mAl) n |> e> jJs' munesg Farm" 







,..<" 






B 1 . IV4H> 






w 



VarTttOI/n 

Foruin Julii 



J<w»u^ --^.Ponjf M„nsi.,,U 



Aviei: 



1 Fulvii R»acen 



? ,. £ -Iquufiein 

Concord, a D ^n~ 
Senacus V, / "S ° I \ .^J? 

t Verona s — ij ^ ^yfii/avu. 

~i Westep 






iA> 



JMetulum 

illl 








fliqvaa C~ 

i Si 




'; , . 



Jcunwn 



f~". f Oralis? I Ae~> 



titmbe 
i^i e Ouixivuntf i 

0^ ^\i£m v£2. %Lj,. 



y 



o 



f 



Co\t*& 






'/ 




"BLISIIFP BV W.TEOl 






A 



Jr V<*»*u^ 



-J*- 






p6ra/u*o«» 




O .C E A N V s 



C A 



i4 



-&- 



^<.sC£*^U 



5 . 



^ j>\»L/ J / / it-ast/pryiqa C 7/ ,7 7 ^WS .-id- 

L.^U^ ^ikttramnih ill A ? * I 3 Vltoyes/o. /"TO 






k^e si 






///, 



4*.* 



Vfl/Artl/il, 



j«j/ 






l&i 



Alaeca 

v e s c |i\i a\k ii 



•^ 
h* 



^trdm Pvrenaum 









liurius H X^CalJ 



Tol« 



muu> 



u in O LfCjr a gu.s *^J 



^r 






s Guiiniarius^ 

' Allliihii ...' turl.j,. 



tl 



^ 



'"^,„- . 



MM 






PrbaC 



' Alcts 




Xa rraoo , 
r yafuipga vrl Trio, (apita. 
£p a *> gTcrubnsP'™ 

-> ~T'\~ V ' 

•A Seoobr 



er Us Fl 



: £<bhi]rrana vd- 
~~Ovhiusa 



ARES INS 



G y mn e_s 



fr7^^v 






SagTintum. 

Icntitt 

Sucroncnsi 






; ^ 



c E~trr^, i:i "^i 



^ 










rrf»J 



Oph.iusa 



r ertb£rit 



W&ntesa Oi 



PJtVfl 



NT" ».' 



Alba 



^^^ 






V£Ua 










.<§?4^^'''/y" 



Acnijppo^fc J L 









%*tr 



Suel 



Merqaf =^\- ^ft/J CsC^P tblumnanercub* 

Jiinfl^ 1 Bxl**%3£ / ''£ 1 "i^"" u ' , 

* RETUM G.^DlTAHUMj^jOHTuCULEUM 




-^, 



M 



'^ 



'^ua.p,. 



^Scombraria v<^ 
SaZunii -Pr 



<**<v 



tONDOST. E-DBLISHJ2| BY W. TEG&. &. C<» 



/> 



'? 




--^^sPfiSLs^^^te ^iv^'ivS'^^^sii ^'^^''/i^^dvf^ 



Era*: 






oY rfr 












v / , ^ >l '' 






!'» M.J. 




oCtttm 






Hjora ' 



,.1 ^X'Ttf^^-^a 
ijatiopolis 







^Jta-, 



hir.uuiu 







l""^'" 



3L 



.Salami* /*'.i' fi?n^l 



''<',/n»tt>s t'' 



B N 



^t 



IM ffilSDIE, 




100 ^oo 3o» 400 



OO ,SOt> -VJO ^Ol» """ 

mi.. ■ ■'■! i- 1 tunr-Ml' 

Stadia Olnuy. i 



.to 4u 5o 6o M 80 90 JO. 
Milli.ivjii Hoinaua. 



LONDONPUnUSKKI) BS W.TEG-&. ft C ( 



// 



' 




POM H BY W.TEOG . & C 



It 



txei 




MARK IN T E K N l T M 



C I. a u I o I li 



"SSF 






..'• 



$M# 



'V^ ***« 



**«/..*»„ '"'"^Wsl 



A g- r EG i 

T h aa l» <■ n i 
A u- 11 l> <• ii i Thaiiba 

Jhanttha A J i i ..- ,, ' 

„^ vObraca a 4 i 1 :. 



<■ 



t 5 >' 



A IB AB u;a . 









C h ii v I 11 s l . 

.Ini/nri^si >f> 

# Aihtu''''' \ „tS<"" S £ 

I' .> r n n i I •■' <■ V^ 






I. «T C II .1 



Saphtha •>, 






'^ 



•^ 'Madia 



T h a- 1, 



„.'""' 



9ft 



Strut* *> Siiydituui 
Ar-adu..-!-* . JphfC^S 






■' f \W'" v' 

_£ni*cta,n** -i jAllln <■•.,• ..V ^ I 

^""""W" |3p N V "-■ v v ' ^ladmppa nllathrippa 
\Stcn^,t„,» X*)tM^i t - ^t Mall i' ll 

Chavone*otMo&*. 



T a 11 \i \ t ;i' 



.\'.-<* v 



,th<*< f ^^ 



TUitgam 



wC I 



i 1 a- . ,. J - r- ~ 



,f.i£l fi 



'jS&ri, 






" Giratiu, 



> 



i'htiiiuttti 






Jiitdet •' ItefjiiL, 



*A 






J'} s "'' 

<J,..Vma-i »/ 



\ .. .. #7 l " 



°Z«V"" 
i Maokosooaos nutnopou* 



'I f . .Isurn I 

- * - Xo p b ' 



if 









*,"* IRA, 



trt*fl/ifi My" 



StlR''"'' 



.*>">£ 



,iiui' 



•if- 



A. ] ii m e 'i t " 



l»,lv>"' / ? 

-" a r s * 



jg( lfaraiata Baramaltb 

- u* Mnraba MHi-op 



^ 



$ 



IP 



finals Th<-i'..ii '///,,. 



y^- X.-t/rtt v- Agra 



olxii » * * 






A \y<"/-i 



tow* 

1 X^y-^ amaro s i hunwn H tl • 

i\Tyi s<M^f «*.««—- 



v* 



5 i^i^tn/.., /■• 






SothA* 



l ;* vrl 



«» 



S.ili.ilh . M In'/' "' \,. ^) 



c OT v <■ " ;: >' k " r . ■ 



••v , !(<■;/' 



Villus 



o 



AauiiB"^ ° r 



-v,7-/ , y.«ip/„j^,.„ 



! < ^'"T;^,, 

Raines Sinus 

X- -O I A s o 1 t a- j&X 

Mio/u tl.ui.-6o ~X iW*3ty««/nw .■•'-/"vm<- 

' 2C "SaB««/f«y<« 






M A R K 



"■■Dy- , 









'Vj/wi etJiroin 



£ lV ila.' 



' ! ''""'""!.',^t 

M c S a A» a r d . \%4"-i, u . ,, 






porium 



&. 



•"«.. 









BLXSHED «S W 



XXIV 



C/urraJinui it-/ 
Gorgon 



imiiP/^iinnnnTu ■ rnimmry 



► 



• ut£» 



^ ft 



W 



.1/ 



''Tfttiw/a 



e JJavtiba 



•v 



[h.. i b i i 

2) c s e r I U r» 



T 



o TVurct 



in 



JiasistlS ° 



"fiybaetia 



* 



3S§ 






A' 



Dermic c ae 

a s s a.) }tr e t x 



At 



^X" 



\ ^ M a y a y / e .fty 1 ^* /A? 



Wlo 



/ 



"«-«/« 



1 



^ :4i.<wS,: 



"* -lastache » \ 

2fe 1 — 



Alexajuiria ,--■" ■ f\ 

- "Vk Antio. hr.i ,l/.uyn"" * ,, t/lu<l/«l 



CJO MIS E N E 






^"^ f Mfc -^^u, I C T» ° a F e ^ , 

■*»■ Wo Caaaltiti J\. 

\f ArtjaraiMiaca, T a | "b 1 C IX e 

I ° SuHpsancula 



datum \ 

° A 



A? 



$ Af 



Ci s SfS SflSicuiSf .'' i 



17 Aphitrbutict 

^ /T>-\ S o b r a ae J A „ °*<V«" -**V 

EL-T^S- "H^ 1 h Jv_ *. A v e t i c e n e 

^&t^" „ r a\i'\ae t a c e D e 
«*S> oV)z„„V r 

-^ . ^J'twduxa Ecltatana 



Ari » vV Ai-tacoSna 



P a r s l 






5^ 



Jio 






■«= «.-.r?5«, Mesabatae 



'«rf 



a n o p y 



i: 



■i«1;-t- , 



tf do nta^s 



* 



Mtsanibrtn ('hen?* 



s Carman^ 
j- Metropolis 



f P ar oeph.it 



7 v: 



\ 

Chud 



.' .4jtaurfa\ ** p A R O P A^ M X -^ /* ■ 

2 r pX — x, r *d 

o Rluxuqai-a I J . 

. ' | UOe/candru 

P a iX>' « -V 
Zaru Aruxula \ \ o f,cul 



t « e 



C I nrni/t 



-r \ °AsUi Jttaraxana 



N 6 v e v,,« ° V T r^ 



i//Hv j Ar "-'l'"< ^T" 1 " DoJna^ % m t s a^^ * £jfS \ ^ 



* 



gPf 



r O^caiw- 



< 



.>' 



HI 



.9 



Af liW 



«? 



■ ';^['«>' 1 



T> R 



i«fe 



ft r T 



>* 



P 6 



1\ |w x 



J^^ 



0** ^ <c' •i' t ' 



fe 



GO 



PUB! ■ ■ '■ f« 1 !-.'■;■ & O? 




s x 



V ^ 



,s o 



<J I Hot 



m f -Am/i pacha , ,JN^ 

I n A a p r : 



fr^g*^ 



u h>s5>' 




4— — 



35 



St adia Olympic a 

5o loo i5o 
MHbanaRoTOana. . 



\THir e i 






Archu 
1 b >-r S. n "g- 




1 \1 






„ S * 



^7 






1 ' 



>>/ 






S k^a 
Bosh 



x > 



L© 



| 









Pit 



<lSC cal 



aim. 



&<zra 



Taco**** 






Vrotlurti 
Kluuidtutuu 

\q"'' 

4B^-» s aixa/r a? 

T 






clKw 



Caluxuu 






<" I] 




udl Oppidin 



T.\FKO«ANA^u^<< SA3.1CK 



M A 



R 




liana- Jbrtunac rd. 
i,}(t1Jm D.mionos 



MaiiioiaB IfQArihropophaganm 



Marussx J? $ 

Aiithropophagorian, 

Smrtx 1? i 

8 



Trrrr" 



3ND0N PTJ] .nil CO. & C« 



INDEX 



TO 



FINDLAY'S CLASSICAL ATLAS FOR ANCIENT GEOGRAPHY 



The situation of any place given in the Atlas may be found by means of the Latitude and Longitude attached to the 
names in this Index. 

The Longitudes, as in Modern Geography, are reckoned from the Meridian of Greenwich. 

The ascertained or probable Modern Sites are marked in the Index in Italics, — thus, Aisnc. 



• Sist'ifies People, Tribe, 

or District. 
Mst. .Ks murium. 



Aq. Aqua:. 

V. Fons. 

Fl. Flumen, Fluvlus. 



I., la? , Insula, Insula. 

I-. Lacus. 

M., Ms, Mons, Montes. 



Ost. Ostium, Ostia. 
r. Partus. 

1'r. l'rouiontoriura. 



N. North, S. South Latitude; E. Last, W. West Longitude. 



Ps. Palus. 
S. Sinus. 
T. Teiuplura. 



Place. 



Lat. 



A.eona Fl., Aisne 
Abacoenum, Tripi 
Abas, Exarcho 
Aballaba .... 
Aballo, Avallon . 
Abara .... 
Abarara .... 
Abarbina, Astruhad 
Abarim M. . . . 
Abarue .... 
Abas, vel Alazonus 

FL, Alazan . . \ 
•Abasci .... 
Abattiuba . . . 
•Abbaitis . . . 
Abdera .... 
Abdera, Adra . . 
Abel Mecholah . . 
Abi'lla, Arella . . 
Abcllinum, Avellino 
Abdlinum , Marsi- 
cum, Marsico Ve- 
tera .... 
Abiae, P. Mandinia 
Abieta, Waitzen . 
Abila, Abil . . . 
Abila Lysian® . . 
Abilunum, W alter n 
Abissa .... 
Abiste, vel Bis . . 
Abliana, Alalo 
Abnicura .... 
Abnoba M., Black 
Forest and Oden 
Wald .... 
Abobriga, Bayona 

Abolterium . . . 

Abona Fl. . . . 

Abona JEst., Dor- 
noch Frith . . 

Abone, Bilton . . 

Abontichos, v. Iono- 
polis, Ineboli 

Abotis, About iz 

Abragana . . . 

•Abrcttene 

•Abrincatui, Ille 
and Villaine 

Abrostola . 

Abrotonum, v. Sa- 
brata, Tripoli 
Vccchia . . . 

Abruvanus S., Luce 

Absorus, Ossero . . 

Absorus I., Cherso . 

Absyrtides Iae. . . . 

Abuia, Acila . . . 

Abum, ad, Wintcrton 

Abu8, vel Ararat M. . 

Abus Fl., llumber . 

Abusina, Abensburg . 

Abydos, El Kerbch . 



49 26 
38 1 
38 35 
54 54 
47 30 
32 3G 

36 51 
3G 50 
32 

37 54 

41 20 

42 52 



'.} 



31 8 

39 23 

40 50 
36 46 

32 21 
40 58 
40 55 

40 23 

36 58 

47 49 

32 43 

33 40 
49 
21 31 
30 50 

41 14 

40 31 

48 45 

42 * 
39 11 
51 25 

57 50 

51 27 

41 56 

27 
39 
39 35 

48 30 

39 3 

32 47 



54 40 
44 39 
44 50 
44 40 
40 44 
53 40 
39 40 
53 35 
48 45 N 
26 10 N 



Long. 



4 

15 8 
22 56 

2 50 

3 52 

45 7 
37 46 
54 24 
36 

40 14 

46 35 

41 25 
22 55 
28 30 
25 

3 
35 35 
14 36 

14 46 

15 43 

22 10 
19 9 

35 54 

36 10 
13 45 
59 44 
63 17 
46 42 
43 44 

8 30 

8 50 
7 35 
2 25 

4 
2 32 

33 46 

31 20 
107 

28 40 

1 
31 50 

12 20 



4 45 
14 25 
14 20 
14 20 

4 50 

35 
44 20 

5 
11 5];E 
31 5S;E 



No 
of 

Map. 



7 

1.3 
20 

21 
14 
23 

21 

22 
22 

14 

16 
16 

11 

12 
11 
19 

18 

1 
19 

13 

19 

17 

12 
IS 
18 

15 
16 

11 
22 
11 
15 

Lfl 



Place. 



Abydos, Chan ak Ka I eh 

Abyla Pr 

Acacesium .... 

Acadra 

Acalandrus FL, Ga- 
la ndro .... 

Acalandrus FL, Sa- \ 
land r a . . . ) 

Acarnse, vel Psygmi 
P 

Acamas Pr., Arnaut 

Acampsis, vel Ap- 
sarus FL, Tcho. 
ruk Su 

Acanthus, Dashour 

Acanthus, Erissos 

*Acarnania . . 

Acathartus Sinus 

Accaron, vel Ekron 
Alar . . 

Acci, Guadix 

Accua . . 

Aceronia, Brienza 

Acer r ae, Gherra 

Acerrae, Acerra 

Acervo, Szamobor 

Acesines, vel Acis 
Fl., Chunab . 

Achaeium. . . 

♦Achaemcnes . 

*Achaia . . . 

*Achaia Phthiotis 

Achaiakala . . 

Achana Fl. . . 

Acharnae . . . 

Acharrae . . . 

Achatara . . 

Achates FL, Drillo 

Achelous Fl., Aspro 
Fotamo 

Acheron Fl. 

Acheron FL, Arconti 

Acheron FL, Suit . . 

Acherontia, Acerenza 

Acherusia . . . . 

Achillis, vel Leuce 
I., Adasi, or Ser- 
pent's I. . . . 

Achillis Ptus., Po. 
Kaio .... 

Achindana Fl. . . 

Acholla, Al Allah 

Achrona .... 

Achshaph . . . 

Achzib, vel Ecdippa, 
EzZib . . . 

Acidava .... 

Acidava, vel Arcina, 
Grajova . . . 

Acila, vel Ocelis . 

*Acilicene . . . 

AcUla 



Lat. 



40 12 
35 54 

37 23 
1 50 

40 

40 14 



11 50 N 



Long. 



■°.) 



35 12 
40 20 

29 46 

40 25 

38 40 
23 40 

31 50 

37 20 

41 26 
40 29 
45 15 
40 57 
45 54 

31 

39 51 

32 45 

38 8 

39 

34 5 
28 20 

38 4 

39 15 
14 12 

37 

38 50 

37 36 

39 20 

39 20 

40 49 

41 20 

45 10 

36 27 

27 15 

35 16 
27 

33 

33 3 

45 51 

44 18 

12 48 
39 20 
23 29 



26 28 

5 20 

22 3 

103 18 

16 25 
16 40 



51 12 E 
32 10 E 

41 20 E 

31 18 E 
23 51 E 



21 10 
35 40 

34 51 

3 19 
15 28 
15 37 

9 42 

14 24 

15 

72 

26 11 
10 

22 

22 30 
42 1 
47 45 

23 43 
22 5 

105 10 

14 25 

21 20 

21 43 

16 15 
20 40 

15 59 
31 30 



No. 

of 
Map. 

19 

17 

7 

25 



30 10 E 



22 30 

56 35 
11 4 
37 55 
35 15 

35 8 

23 49 

24 10 

43 40 
39 50 
58 40 



Place. 



10 



Acimincum, Petcr- 

uardein . . . 
*Acinacae . . . 
Acinasis Fl. . . 
Acinippo, Honda . 
Aciris FL, Agri 
Acis, vel Acesines 

FL, Chunab . . 
Acithis FL, Corbo . 
Acitodunum . . 
Acmonia .... 
Acmonia .... 
Aco, vel Ptolemais, 

Akka .... 
Acola, Towar . . 
Acontisma . . . 
Acoris, Metagara . 
Acra Mehcna, C. 

Kara Bouroun . 

Acraba 

Acrabbim . . . . 
Acra?, Palazzuolo 
Acne, Koukistra . . 
Acra Lepte, Ras Benas 
Acraephia, Kartitza 
Acragas, vel Agri- 

gentum, Girgcnti 
Acrathoum Pr. 
Acriae, Kokinia 
Acritas Pr., Gallo 
Acroceraunium Pr., 

Li)ujuctta,or " 

raburnu 
Acro-Corinthus 
Acronius Lacus, 

Untersee . . 
Acropolis, vel liar 

mozica . . . 
Acrurium M. . 
Acte, Ath os Pen insula 
Actium Pr.,P.d'Ac- 

ciajualo . . . 
Actium .... 
*Acuensi .... 
Acumincum . . 
Acunia .... 
Acunum .... 
Adacha .... 
Adamana, v. Odmana 
Adamas FL, Dum 

moodah . . 
Adana . . . 
Adam dua) Iao., 

Zoogur . . 
Adarin . . . 
Addaea . . . 
Addua Fl. . . 
Addua FL, Adda 
Adeba, Amposta 
Adedu . . . 
A> i !elhum, Elda 
•Adiabcne . . 



45 IS X 



iPr.,) 
•Art- > 



Lat. 



Long. 



35 40 
41 48 

36 53 
40 14 

31 

37 32 

46 3 

14 44 

38 56 

32 56 

36 40 

40 5 
28 2 

41 9 

36 25 

32 20 

37 4 

38 36 
23 53 
38 27 

37 18 

40 6 

36 48 

36 43 

40 26 

37 53 

47 40 

*1 18 

38 17 
40 15 

42 46 

38 57 

33 30 
45 15 

44 35 

45 7 

34 8 
33 39 

23 50 

37 

13 45 

33 51 
33 30 

46 10 
45 18 
40 41 
20 28 

38 31 

35 55 



19 55 

65 

41 46 

5 1 

16 27 

72 

13 

2 2 

23 30 

29 55 

35 5 

51 

24 36 

30 56 

29 50 

40 19 
35 26 

14 54 

21 23 
35 45 

23 13 

13 35 

24 22 

22 49 
21 54 



19 15 E 



22 53 
9 

45 32 

22 54 
24 10 

9 10 

20 46 
1 

19 55 
4 46 

20 10 

38 14 
36 34 

86 

35 16 
42 50 

36 35 
42 56 

9 45 
9 34 
37 

39 45 
52 

44 



No. 

(>t 

Map. 

10 

24 

22 

16 

5 

25 

5 
13 
10 
19 

20 

24 
10 
18 

19 

22 

20 

5 

b 

18 

8 



INDEX. 




Adiabla «... 
Adicadra . . . 
Adiacnus Fl., Mas 

sour a .... 
Adisaga, Ava . . 
•Adisathri, Berter 
Adisdara, v. Agara, | 

Aqra . . . . \ 
•Aditae, vel Oaditae, ( 

in Edhahi Desert i 
Adlullia .... 
Adonis Fl., Nahr 

Ibrahim . . . 
Adoraim, vel Dora, \ 

Dura . . . . j 
•Adramitae, El Ha 

drama nt . . . 
Adramyttenus S., ) 

Adramyti . . . j 
Adramyttium, 

Adramyti 
Adrana FL, Eder . . 
Adranum, Ademo . 

Adrapsa 

Adi^astia 

Adria, Atri . . . 
Adria, v. Atria, Adria 
Adrobicum, Corunna. 
♦Aduatici . . . . 
Adula M., Mt. St. ) 

Gothard . . . ) 
Aduli Emporium, 

Zulu .... 
Adulis .... 

Ma , 

iEantium Prom., ) 

Trikiri ...» 
JSas, vel Aous FL, ) 

Vnjuzza or Poro \ 
.Ebura, vel Libora, \ 

velTalabrica, Ta- > 

laveradelalleina ) 
^Ebutiana, Ailano 
iEeae, Troja . . 
vEdepsus, Lipso . 
Aedonis I., Bombah 
*vEdui, Cote d'Or 

jEgse , 

-.Egae 

iEgae, Ai/as . . , 
^E. r ae, vel Edessa, 1 

Vodina . . . j 
MgiBum Mare, Ar- i 

chipelago . . . \ 
JEgaleus M. .... 
^Egan, vel Cona Pr. , 
^igesteea .... 
-iEgiae, Limni . . . 

iEgialus 

jEgida, C. d'Istria . 
Mgila, Pilaki . . . 

iEgilia 

jEgilia I., Cerigotto . 
jEgilips, Aloko . . 
JSgilodos Ptus., B. 

of Pagania . . 
Egilon, vel Capra- 

ria I., Capraja . 
.rfEgina, Egina . . 
iEginairi Ar®, Zem- 

bra 

iEginium . . . 
^Egira, v. Hyperesia . 
,<Egithallus Pi-om., ) 

T. S. Todaro . ] 

^Egitlum 

^Egium 

Mgos Potamos . . . 
jEgosthenae, P. ) 

Ghermano . . | 
iEgusa I., Favignana 
iEgyptium Pelagus . 
•^Egyptus Superior, ) 

vel Thebais . . \ 
•iEgyptus Inferior . 

^gys 

2Egyssus,vel.<Egyp- \ 

tus, Toultcha . ) 
£5iginetes .... 

^Eiopolis 

^Elana, vel Aila, ) 

vel Ailath . . . \ 
^lanites Sinus, 

Akabah . . . 
.Elea, Dragomir . 
iElia Capitolina, vel 

Jerusalem . . 



Lat. 


41 29 


N 


36 15 


N 


41 


N 


22 


N 


20 


N 


27 12 


N 


29 40 


N 


50 29 


N 


34 5 


N 


31 32 


N 


16 20 


N 


39 30 


N 


39 36 


N 


51 10 


N 


37 36 


N 


37 47 


N 


40 12 


N 


42 34 


N 


45 4 


N 


43 21 


N 


50 33 


N 


46 32 


N 


15 7 


N 


15 


N 


42 12 


X 


39 7 


N 


40 20 


N 


39 59 


N 


41 24 


N 


41 19 


N 


38 52 


N 


32 20 


X 


46 40 


X 


39 59 


N 


38 39 


X 


36 47 


X 


40 56 


X 


38 


X 


37 58 


X 


38 56 


N 


40 22 


N 


36 47 


X 


41 41 


X 


45 32 


X 


36 40 


N 


37 47 


X 


35 54 


X 


38 28 


N 


36 38 


X 


43 3 


X 


37 44 


X 


37 10 


X 


39 43 


X 


38 8 


N 


38 1 


X 


38 30 


X 


38 15 


X 


40 20 


X 


38 9 


X 


37 57 


X 


32 


X 


26 


X 


30 40 


X 


37 21 


X 


45 11 


X 


41 56 


X 


33 28 


X 


29 36 


X 


28 40 


X 


42 27 


X 


31 47 


N 



Long. 



46 50 
53 25 

40 50 



96 

78 



77 55 

43 45 

1 50 

35 40 

35 5 

50 20 

26 40 

27 3 

8 45 

14 31 

55 37 

27 10 

13 57 

12 5 
8 20 
4 40 

8 30 

39 43 

39 20 
41 47 

23 3 

20 25 

4 52 

14 ( 

15 10 
23 3 
23 15 

4 
23 39 
27 
35 46 

22 18 

26 

23 35 
26 49 

21 34 

22 33 
32 56 

13 46 

22 33 

23 55 
23 20 
20 49 

22 32 

9 50 

23 25 
10 50 



No. 

of 

Map 



21 26 E 

22 24 E 



12 32 

22 2 

22 5 
26 30 

23 15 

12 20 

31 

32 

31 

22 16 

28 46 

33 55 
42 45 

35 2 

34 45 

23 3 

35 14 



E 20 



Place. 



•ime, ) 
xl., 



^Elia Castra, Alcester 
iEmate, v. Lamate, 

Bastai .... 
iEminium . . . 
iEmona, Laybach 
iEmonia .... 
^Enaria, v. Inarime, 

vel Pitbecusa 

Iachia 
^Enia . 

.iEnia 

iEnia Vetus, P. Ca- 

louna .... 
*iEniaria . . . 
iEnnum, Kosseir . 
.Enon, vel Ennon . 
^Enona, Nona . . 
JEnos, Enos . . 
iEnos M., Leone . 

jEnus 

^Enus FL, Inn . . 
iEnyra .... 
^Eolise, vel Vulcanise 

lee., Lipari . . 

.Eolis 

iEpaliaci P., Neu- 

port .... 

jEpea 

*^Equi, Campigna 

di Roma, %c. . 
iEquinoctium, Fis- 

chament . . . S 
iEropus Mons, Tre- 1 

beshria . . . . ) 
^Esarus Fl., Esaro . 
^Esculapii T. . . , 

^Esepe Fl 

uEsica 

.Esica FL, V. Esk . . 
jEsicam, ad, Brcchi?i 
JEsis, lesi . . . . 
iEsis Fl., Esino . . 

iEsone 

•uEstiaei 

•vEstrasa . . . . 
iEstraeum . . . . 
.Estrceus FL, Vis- ] 

trizza . . . . | 

.Esula 

iEthalia, vel Ilva 

I., Elba . . . 
<Ethea .... 
*/Etbices . . . 
*JEtbiopes Anthro- 
pophagi . . . 
♦^Ethiopia . . . 
"^Ethiopia Interior 
^Ethiopia supra 

iEgyptum . . 

vEtbopia 

.Etna, S. No. d' Arena 

iEtna M 

*^Etolia 

♦.Etolia Epictetus 

.Exone 

Afarea 

*Africa 

Africum Pelagus . . 
Agae, Limni Bay . . 

Agamia 

Aganagarae . . . . 
Agara, Gurrah . . 
Agara, v. Adisdara, 

Agra .... 
Agariabas . . . 
Agarus FL, Sereth 
Agasus Portus, Po. 

Greco .... 
Agatha, Agde . . 
Agatha Daemonos 

Ise.yAndaman Is. 
Agathodis Iae., Kouri 
Agathonis, v. Ophi- 

odes, v. Topazos 

Insula .... 
Agathyrnus, S. Marco 
Agdinitis . . . . 
Agedincum post Se- 

nones, Sens . . 
Agelocum, vel Se- 

gelocum, Little- 

lorough . . . 
Aggar .... 
Aggorsel .... 
Agimaetha . . . 
Aginis, Ahivaz 
Aginnum, Agen. . 



Lat. 



51 53 

44 40 

40 21 
46 2 

37 23 

40 43 

40 27 
39 48 

38 32 



59 





26 


(i 


I-S2 


20 


14 


12 


40 


44 


38 


8 


39 42 


48 


12 


40 


39 


38 


30 


89 





51 


8 


35 





42 






48 5 

40 26 

39 
37 

40 10 
55 
56 35 
56 44 
43 32 
43 30 

39 26 
57 

41 25 
41 32 

40 45 

41 56 

42 45 

37 
39 40 

8 

23 40 
5 

17 

39 25 
37 34 

37 40 

38 40 
38 45 

37 53 

32 40 
34 

38 

38 45 

39 53 
13 
23 10 

27 12 

33 20 
45 40 

41 49 

43 19 
12 
12 15 



23 50 

i 2 
27 15 

48 11 



53 19 

35 18 
33 25 
12 30 
31 20 
44 13 



Long. 



1 10 
17 20 

8 14 

14 34 
22 12 

13 52 

22 51 
27 3 

21 15 

22 20 

34 12 

35 36 

15 11 

26 5 
20 40 
22 45 

13 
24 43 

14 45 

27 

2 50 
32 45 
13 15 

16 40 



20 



17 
23 
27 35 E 



13 18 E 
13 14 E 
22 51 E 
25 0E 
22 30 E 
22 28 E 

15 E 

47 E 

15 E 

57 E 
25 E 

0E 

30 E 

0E 



32 



5E 
4E 



20 W 
10 W 
5 W 



21 25 E 

14 55 E 

15 0E 
21 30 
21 30 
23 44 
35 9 

9 

9 

23 22 

26 10 
00 

180 

77 55 

10 20 E 

27 30 E 

16 11 E 

3 28 



93 
52 15 

35 46 

14 43 
55 30 

3 18 

50 

9 56 

8 52 

102 50 

48 46 

35 



No. 

of 

Map 



Place. 



Agiria, Daroca 
*Agizymba . . . 

Agma 

Agmanispha . . 
Agnavae, Battczar 
Agni Cornu Pr. . 

Agora 

Agra, vel Egra . . 
Agra, vel Xegra, vel ) 

NagaraMetropolis j 
Agra, vel Nagran, ] 

Akrah . . . . ) 
Agradates, vel Tab 

FL, Jerahi . . 

Agrae 

*Agraei, Desert of ) 

El Ham mad. . ] 
*Agraei, vel Gerraei , 

*Agri , 

Agriane 

Agrianes Fl., Ergene 
*Agrianes . . . , 
Agriaspe, v. Ariaspa 
Agrigentum, Gir- ) 

genti Vecchio . ) 
Agrinium ... 
Agrioteri P., Egre- \ 

dir L i 

Agrippias, vel An- ) 

thcdon .... J 
Agrippina Colonia, j 

Cologne . . . ) 

Agris 

Agritium, Vizir- ] 

Khan . . . . ) 
*Agubeni . . . 
Aguntum, Innichiny 
Agylla, Ccrreteri . 
Alilab, Shcberieh . 
Aila, vel ^Elana, vel 

Ailath .... 

Ain 

Ain, Ghuuein . , 

Aina 

Ajalon, Yalo . . 
Ala Xova, El end . 
Alaba, Maccasoli . 
Alabagium Prom., 

Ras Gicadel . . 
Alabanda, Arabi 

Hissar . . . 
Alabastrinus M. . 
Alabastropolis . . . 
Alae Araphenides . . 
Aloe, Ililaea, v. Halah 
Alaesa, Tasa . . . 
Alalaei Iae., Dahalac 
Alalcomenae, Puli- ) 

vara . . . . j 
Alalcomenae, vel j 

Itbaca, Bathi . j 

Alalis 

Alama 

Alamus, v. Olabus, ) 

Eluce . . . . ) 
♦Alani Scythae . . 
Alanianum . . . . 

Alata 

Alata Castra, v. Pto- 

roton, Bury Hd. 
Alaterva, Cramond 
Alatrium, Alatri . . 
Alauna, Alcester , . 
Alauna, Kier . . . 

Alauna 

*Alauni, Salzburgh . 
*Alauni Scythae . . 
Alaunus FL, Coquet . 
Alazonus, vel Abas J 

FL, Alazan . . ) 
Alba, Abruccna . . 
Alba, Alsasua . . . 
AlbaFL, 'ier . . . 
Alba Augusta . . . 
Alba Docilia,^/6mo/o 
Alba (Fucentia) Albe 
Alba Longa, Palaz- ' 

zuolo .... 
Alba Pompeia, Alba 
Alba Specula, Tell 1 

es Safieh . . . j 
Alba TJrgaon, vel ) 

Urcao, Arjonilla \ 

Albae 

Albana, Nizabad . 
*Albani . . . 

♦Albania .... 



Lat. 



41 14 

2 

33 33 

13 4 

45 23 
31 36 

40 29 

29 15 

19 45 

25 35 

30 40 
37 58 

31 5 

25 5 
48 50 

39 45 

41 15 

41 4 

29 2 

37 18 

38 48 
38 

31 25 

50 57 
25 42 

40 6 

30 28 

46 45 

42 1 
33 13 

29 36 

31 33 
31 24 
25 33 
31 51 

48 6 
37 25 

25 5 

37 33 

28 20 
28 36 
37 57 
35 28 

37 57 
16 10 

38 2; 

38 20 

35 46 

36 31 

33 54 

52 ( 

34 28 
42 47 

57 43 

55 58 

41 47 
52 12 

56 13 

49 27 

47 30 
49 
55 36 

41 20 

37 14 

42 52 
42 
44 34 
44 20 
42 4 

41 46 
44 48 
31 43 

37 58 

42 29 
41 40 

41 25 

42 



Long 




1 17 


W 


30 


E 


10 28 


E 


45 10 


E 


22 36 


E 


31 10 


E 


26 45 


E 


35 3 


E 


44 5 


E 


36 59 


E 


49 30 


E 


23 45 


E 


41 5 


E 


50 


E 


11 


E 


36 11 


E 


27 


E 


23 


E 


62 30 


i-: 


13 36 


E 


21 23 


E 


31 5 


E 


34 22 


i': 


6 50 


E 


58 18 


E 


30 11 


E 


41 10 


E 


12 19 


E 


12 4 


E 


35 11 


E 


35 2 


E 


34 43 


E 


35 7 


E 


44 10 


E 


35 2 


E 


16 36 


E 



No 

of | 
Map. 



13 17 E 
62 10 E 

28 2 E 



32 10 
32 11 
24 1 
40 59 
14 26 
40 15 

23 

20 40 

38 32 

39 5 



42 32 E 

65 0E 

8 33 E 

19 17 E 



3 14 

3 20 
13 17 

1 51 

4 24 
1 48 

12 30 

38 

3 

46 35 



8 31 
13 24 

12 40 

8 6 

<14 51 

4 2 

2 4 
48 50 
20 10 
48 



INDEX. 



Place. 



Albaniie Pylte . . . 

Albanum, Albano 

Albanus, v. Albius 1 

M., Kapella . . ) 

Albanus L. Albano . 

Albanus Fl., Kou- ] 

diah'zai . . . ) 

Albianum, Ebs . . 

Albiga, Albe . . . 

Albini, Villa . . . 

Albinia Fl., Albegna . 

Albiniana, Alphen 

Albis Fl., Elbe . . . 

Albium Prom., Mas 

el Beyad . . . 

Albium Ingaunum, 

Albenga . . . 

Albiumlntemelium, 

Vintimiglia . . 

•Albocensii . . . 

Albona .... 

Albonica .... 

Albulas, Trcmezen 

Albus Pagus, vel 

Leuce Come, El 

Houra . . . 

Albus P., Gibral- ) 

tar Bay . . . ) 

Alces, Alcazar . . 

Alcobile, vel Palae ) 

Byblus . . . . ) 

Alcyone, Stilida . 

Alcyonium Mare, j 

Livadostro Bay. ) 

Alea 

•Alemanni, Sivabia 
Alesia .... 
Alesias, Mistra 
Aletium, S. M. della 1 
Lizza . . . . ) 
Aletrium, Calitri . 
Aletum .... 
Alexandria, Isken- 
derieh .... 
Alexandria, postea 
Antiocbia Margi- 
ana, Merve 1 . . 
•Alexandria . . 
Alexandria Troas, ) 
Eski Stamboul . ) 
Alexandria, postea \ 
Hira . . . . f 
Alexandria, v. Cha- 
rax Spasima, Mo- 
hamra .... 
Alexandria Ultima, 
Kokah .... 
Alexandri Arae xir. 
Alexandria (ad Ace- 
sinem) .... 
Alexandria . . . 
Alexandria . . . 
Alexandria . . . 
Alexandria . . . 
Alexandria, Isken- 1 
deru.'i . . . . ) 
Alexandria ( adlndum ) 
Alexandriana, vel ] 
Arbela, Arbil . ) 
Alexandrium . . . 
Alexandroschenae, \ 
Iskanderuna . S 
Algam, Turns ad, ) 
Kalioitsa . . . \ 
AlgidumM., Artemisio 

Aliassus 

Alibaca, Zardes . . 
Alicanum . . . . 
Alilaei, Hali . . . 

Alimus 

Alinda, Mnglah . . 
Alinza, vel Orosa . . 

Aliphera 

Alisdaca 

Aliso, Else . . . . 
Aliso Fl., Aline . . 
Alisum, Dusseldorf . 

Alium 

AlliaFl 

Allieni Forum, Fer- ) 

vara . . . . ) 

Allifoe, Alife . . . 

Allobo 

•Allobroges, Iser . . 

Allon 

•Allophyli, v. Phi- } 
Hstaei . . . . J 



Lat. 



42 5 
41 44 

45 10 

41 47 

41 30 

47 34 

43 55 

43 19 

42 37 
52 7 
52 

33 12 

44 4 

43 46 

45 30 
45 5 
11 9 

35 3 

25 1 

36 10 

39 24 
33 56 
38 55 
38 8 

37 46 
49 10 

47 36 
37 4 

40 3 

40 56 

48 40 

31 9 



37 30 

30 40 
39 47 

32 

30 28 

41 18 

31 19 

30 40 

30 57 

32 40 

35 9 

30 56 

36 34 
29 6 

36 13 

32 14 

33 10 

32 50 

41 45 
39 51 
32 10 
46 28 
18 37 

37 56 
37 16 

36 27 

37 31 
35 50 
51 46 
51 45 
51 11 
57 52 

42 

44 50 

41 20 

41 50 

45 25 
33 

31 30 



Long. 



46 30 E 
12 37 E 



15 10 
12 38 
48 45 

12 10 

2 10 

10 30 

11 25 

4 39 

12 

35 9 

8 12 

7 43 

20 30 

14 7 
1 19 

1 3 

37 12 

5 20 

3 12 
35 36 

22 34 

23 

22 28 

9 40 

4 16 
22 23 

18 9 

15 23 

2 

29 55 

62 12 

29 30 
26 11 

44 30 



48 20 



(il 



20 E 

9E 

35 E 

3 E 
65 40 E 
32 41 E 

64 27 E 

36 6 E 

70 22 E 
43 54 E 
35 28 E 
35 10 E 



13 16 

12 51 E 
33 35 

20 55 
16 35 
41 28 
23 42 
28 25 

46 14 

21 52_ 

47 20 E 
8 41 E 
8 45 E 
6 47 E 

21 44 E 
12 32 E 

E 



11 38 

14 12 

1 5 

5 30 

35 29 

34 30 



No. 

of 

Map. 

22 
4 

15 

4 

22 

15 
13 
3 
4 
13 
14 

20 



24 

18 
19 

22 
22 

24 

2.3 

25 

24 
24 
19 
24 

19 

25 
22 
20 
20 

17 

4 
19 
17 
15 
23 

7 

19 
24 

7 
24 
14 
14 
14 

7 

4 



Place. 



U 



rteia, ) 



Almana, Gradiska 
Almo FL, Santa . 
*Almopes . . . 
Almum, Lorn . . 
Alonae, Guardamar 
Alone, vel Alione, 
Whitley Cas. . 

AlontaFl 

Alope ...... 

Alope 

Alopece 

Alopeconnesus,*S'o?<i'/tt 
Alorrms, Alorus . . 
Alpenos, Alpenos . . 

Alpes Graiae et 
Penninae (Narbo. 
nensis) .... 

Alpes Maritimce 
(Narbonensis) . 
Alpes Graiae . . 
Alpes Maritimae . 
Alpes Noricee 
Alpes Peninas ad 

Broughton . 
Alpes PenninaB . 
Alpes Rhaeticae . 
Alphei Fontes . . 
Alpheus Fl., Rufia 
Alpis Graia, Pt. St. \ 

Bernard ... 
Alporio, in, T. D. 
Prolog .... 
Alsa FL, Ausa . . 
Alsium, Palo . . 
Alta Ripa, Kemlod 
Althaea, vel Carteia, 

Ocana 
Altina . 

Altinium, Sata 
Altinum, Altino . 
Altum Promont., 
Arubah . . . 
Aluaca .... 

*Aluarae 

Aluatuca, post Tun- ] 
gri, Tongeren . ) 
*Alumeotae .... 
Aluntium .... 
Aluta FL, Aluta, \ 
or Alt . . . . | 

Alutae Pons, Slatina 

Alyi 

Alyzia, Variko . . 

Amagenbriga . . . 

Amallobriga, Zamora 

Amana 

Amauides Pylae, 
Boghras Beli and 
Bayas Passes . 

*Amanteni .... 

Amantia 

Amantia 

Amanus M 

Amara 

Amara, Oomratiuutty 

AmardusFL, Sefeid ) 
Rood .... | 

*Amares 

Amari Fontes, v. Lacus 

AmasenusFL,^«)rt- ) 
seno . . . . } 

Amasia, Aamsiyah . 

Amasia, Hamm . . 

Amassus Tl.,RevoucM 

Amastorus, Karkorah 

Amatha 

*Amathei . . . . 

Amathus, Limason 

Amathus, vel Be- 
thamarathon 
Amaleh . 

Amazonii Ms. 

Ambacia, Amboise 

*Ambarri, Ain . . . 

*Ambastae, Cambodia 

Amber FL, Ammer . 

*Ambiani, Somme 

AmbianiolimSama- ) 
robriva, Amiens ] 

Ambiatinus Vicus, 1 
Capelle . . . ) 

•Ambilici, Styria . . 

*Ambisontii, Salzburg 

*Ambitrani, Styria . 

Ambogianna . . . 

Ambracia, Arta . . 

*Ambracia . . . . 



Lat. 



41 21 
41 51 
41 30 
43 48 
38 3 

54 50 

43 20 
38 44 
38 54 

37 59 
40 20 
40 31 

38 48 

46 



Be- )' 

\ . 1 



14 15 

45 25 

44 5 
47 5 

53 57 

45 50 

46 50 
37 26 

37 36 

45 42 

43 48 

45 55 
41 55 

46 40 

39 57 

44 42 

46 6 

45 36 

25 5 

38 54 
25 5 

50 49 

22 10 

37 58 

44 10 

44 28 
28 52 

38 42 

47 21 
41 37 
37 4 

36 45 

47 35 

40 19 

40 25 

37 
18 10 
20 55 

37 20 

37 20 

30 20 

41 25 

40 38 

51 40 

46 

31 30 

32 43 
24 
34 42 

32 21 

40 15 

47 25 
46 
11 50 

48 10 

49 50 

49 54 

50 13 

46 25 

46 45 

47 
55 

39 9 
39 10 



Loug. 



22 10 
12 25 

21 15 

23 15 
42 

2 18 

45 

22 57 

22 45 

23 46 
26 15 
22 29 
22 32 

7 



6 45 

7 10 
7 20 

13 

2 10 

7 30 
10 4U 
22 23 
21 49 

6 49 

16 41 

13 15 

12 7 
18 52 



3 26 W 

20 20 E 
18 43 E 
12 25 E 



64 30 

44 30 
38 



5 25 E 

51 5jE 
14 34 E 

24 20 E 

24 17 E 

31 6E 

21 0lE 

5 23 E 



5 50 

50 28 

36 20 

18 

19 46 

19 28 

37 
44 15 

77 40 

50 10 

72 

32 20 

13 14 

36 

7 44 

13 8 

20 2 
35 44 
47 40 

33 5 

35 42 



38 

1 

5 

104 

11 15 

2 

2 16 

7 37 

15-0 

13 15 

14 30 
2 38 

21 1 
21 



No. 

of 

Map 

10 
4 

10 
10 

16 

11 
1 



13 



Place. 



Ambracia, vel Deo- ) 

briga, Plascncia j 
Ambracius Sinus, \ 

G. of Arta . . ) 
Ambrae, Pruck 
Ambrodax . . . 
Ambrodax . . . 
Ambrussum, Pont ) 

Ambroise . . | 
Ambrysus, Dystomo 
Ameria, Amelia . 
Amerina Via . . 
Amerin umCastrum, 

Bassano . . . 
Amida, Diyar-bekr 

Amilus 

*Aminachae, Thibet . 

Aminios Fl 

Amiternum, S. Vit- ] 

torino . . . . ) 
Amithos cuta, v. ] 

Cryptus Portus . | 

Ammaea 

Ammea . • . . . 
Ammedra, Hidrah . 
Amnias FL, Kara Su 
Ammo-chostos Pr., 

Grego .... 
Ad Ammonem . . 



Lat. 



40 10 N 
39 ON 



"I 



Ammon, v. Ham- ] 

monium, Sytcah ) 
Ammonii Fontes . . 
Ammonii Promon., ) 

Amarrah B. . ) 
*Ammonitis .... 

Amnicia 

Amnon Fl. Rhaburah 
Amorgas I. ... 
Amorium . . . . 
Ampe, Korna . . . 
Ampelos, Sacro . . 
Ampelos M., Am- 

belona .... 
Ampelos Pr., Sacro 
Ampelusia, v. Coles 

Pr., Spartel . . 
Amphacneia . . . 
Amphanae . . . 
Amphea .... 
AmphialePr. . . 
Amphicaea, Dadx . 
Amphido. . . . 
Amphilos Fl 
Amphipagus Prom 

Bianca 
*Amphilochi 
Amphimale Sinus, ] 

Armyro . . . ) 
Amphimalla, Armyro 
Amphipolis, Jeni | 

Kieui . . . . ) 
Amphissa, Salona 
Amphissium . . . 
Amphitrope . . . . 
Ampuriae, Amporias 
Amsanctus Lacus . . 
Amudarsa . . . . 

Amudis 

Amuncla 

Amyci 

Amyclae, C. del ] 

Principe . . . | 
Amyclanus Sinus, ) 

Terracina . . ) 

Amyrus 

Anab 

*Anabon 

Anabucis . . . . 
Anabum, Bars . . 
Anactorium, Azio 
Anadynata . . . . 
Anae Caput . . . . 
Anagnia, Anagni . . 
Anagyrus . . . . 

Analiba 

*Anamani, Parma . 
Anamis FL, Minow . 
Anaphe I., Anaphi . 
Anaphlystis .... 
Anapus FL, Alpheo . 
Anapus FL, Aetos 

Anar 

Anara 

*Anariti vel Mara- \ 

nitae . . . . ) 
Anas Fl., Guadiana . 
Anassus P 



48 16 
35 30 
35 48 

43 44 

38 25 
42 33 
42 50 

42 24 

37 57 
37 46 

31 15 

37 27 

42 23 

23 29 

39 17 

28 31 
35 30 

41 30 

34 50 

33 28 

29 

30 20 
12 40 

32 

38 47 

24 15 
W 50 

39 

31 5 

35 3 

37 47 
35 
35 48 

38 43 

39 22 
37 15 

37 58 

38 38 
37 44 

37 15 

39 21 

39 4 
35 25 

35 22 

40 50 

38 29 

38 51 
37 46 

42 6 
41 

34 52 

37 3 

30 34 

41 5 

41 17 

41 14 

39 35 

31 27 

32 40 
30 19 
48 22 

38 54 
41 5 

39 
41 48 
37 50 
39 10 

44 55 
27 5 

36 24 

37 44 

37 7 

38 36 
30 45 
29 10 

24 

38 30 

45 43 



Long 



5 55 

21 

11 34 

60 40 
53 57 



No. 

of 

Map 



\Y 



22 35 
12 22 
12 23 

12 18 

39 52 
22 21 
86 
22 10 

13 21 

58 31 

7 16 
48 10 

8 22 
34 40 

34 7 
36 3 
26 

19 30 

44 30 

36 15 
16 2 
57 30 

25 55 
31 25 
47 10 

26 15 

26 51 

26 15 

5 55 

22 26 
22 56 

22 5 

23 35 
22 33 

21 27 

22 

20 7 

21 15 

24 20 
24 16 

23 50 

22 24 
16 30 

24 1 
3 6 

15 4 

9 48 

40 30 
15 12 
29 9 

13 21 

13 20 

22 42 

35 5 
63 

19 23 
18 33 

20 50 
33 10 

2 50 

13 7 

23 47 
39 7 
10 
57 

25 45 
23 57 
15 8 

21 15 
47 44 
35 50 

54 40 

7 10 
13 11 



INDEX. 



Place. 



. ■•. ho, vel Beth ] 

Auna, An ah . ) 
Anathoth, An at a . 
Anaunium, Nano 
Anava .... 
AuavaB Palus, L 

Chardak . . 
Anavasarum . . . 
Anazarbus . . . . 
Anchiale, Kandovar . 
Anchialus . . . . 
•Ancobaritis . . . 

Ancon 

Ancona, A neon a . . 
Aucorarius Mons, ) 

Jeb. Wonashri . jl 
Ancus, Vaganatz . . 
Ancyra, Angora . . 
Ancyra, Kiliseh-kieui 

Ancyra 

Ancyropolis, v. An 

gyiopolis, Egg 

erone . . . 
Andabilis . . . . 
Andania . . . . • 
Andcirba, Grahovo . 
Andaristus . . . . 
A.ndnutomum, Agram 
Andecamulum . . . 
•Andecavi, vel An- ] 

des, Sarth . . j 
Andelhanna, Ech- j 

ternach . . . j 
Anderida, v. An- 1 

deresio, Pevensey j 
Anderida Ptus., j 

Pevensey Bay . \ 
Anderitum postea ) 

Gabate, Mcnde . ) 
Andes, Pietola . . 
Andetrii, Clissa . . 
*Andiantes, Sclav, nia 
Andomatunum post \ 

Lingones, Lan- \ 

grcs . . . . ) 
Andonadus, vel 

Sonus FL, Sone 
Andrapa . . . 
Andrapa, vel Neo- \ 

claudiopolis . . ) 

Andriaca 

Androna 

Andropolis, Shabour 
Andros I., Andro 
Andros, Andro . . 
Andros I., Bardsey . 
Andueia, Anduce 
Anduetum, Presburg 
Andura, Anduja . . 
Anemoessa . . . . 
Anemoria . . . . 
Anemurium et Pr., ) 

Anamour . . . ) 
•Angaucani . . . . 

Ange 

Angeae 

Angele 

Angites Fl., An- 

ghista . . . 
Angitulao Aquae . 
•Angli, Hanover 

& Mechlenburgh 
•Angrivarii, Hanover 
Angrus Fl., Lim . . 
Anguitae Lueus, Luco 
Angnlus, Ca. St. 1 

Angelo . . . . J 
Angustiae Dirae . . 
Angyropolis, vel 

Ancyropolis, Eg- 

gerone .... 
Ani, Altenmarkt . 
Anigraea .... 
Anigrus Fl. . . . 
Anio Fl., Teverone 
Anios I., Ons . . 
•Aniritae . . . 
•Anisenes . . . 
Annamatia, Bacz ] 

Almas . . . . j 
Anneianura, Incas- \ 

tra ) 

Annesel .... 
•Annibi .... 
Ansam, ad . . . 
•Ansitarii, West- \ 

phalia . . . . j 



Lat. 



Long. 



34 20 X 41 45 E 



31 50lN 



46 20 
37 53 

37 52 

41 27 

37 5 

36 50 

42 35 
33 30 

41 19 

43 37 

35 40 

44 54 

39 55 
39 

40 38 

29 19 

38 2 

37 18 

42 44 

40 55 

45 51 

46 6 

47 40 

49 50 

50 48 
50 45 

44 34 

45 8 

43 38 
45 30 

47 54 

19 40 

39 31 

41 9 

32 40 

35 29 

30 45 
37 50 

37 54 

52 45 

44 3 

48 7 

38 4 

37 36 

38 28 

36 4 

32 50 
18 12 

39 17 

37 59 

41 3 

38 49 

53 20 

52 40 

42 45 

41 55 

42 31 
12 15 

29 19 

47 20 
37 29 
37 28 

41 56 

42 20 

31 35 
36 50 

47 1 



43 56 N 



31 20 
49 

51 57 

52 12 



35 16 
10 56 
30 1 

30 5 

21 42 

35 46 
34 40 

27 40 
43 15 

36 40 
13 33 

2 

15 45 
32 52 

28 56 

29 15 

31 21 

34 50 

22 1 
18 38 
21 30 

16 3 
1 10 

20 



6 23 E 

23 E 
25 E 



3 30 

10 48 

16 31 

17 

5 18 



83 0E 
33 47 E 



34 37 



50 18 

37 9 

30 48 

24 50 

24 46|E 
4 45|W 
3 59'E 

17 9 E 



4 

22 13 

22 37 

32 52 

7 40 
56 30 
21 49|E 

23 54 E 

24 10 E 



16 24 

11 20 

10 

20 50 
13 27 

13 58 

44 15 

31 21 

13 33 
22 45 

21 40 

12 40 
8 55 

24 30 
44 10 

18 54 

11 25 

15 56 

112 

44 



N 8 30 



No. 
of 

Map 



E 14 



'J 



Place. 



Antaeopolis, Kau 

el Kebir . . . 
Antandros, Anton- 

dro ) 

Antaradus, v. Con- j 

stantia . . . . ) 
Antequia . . 

Anthea, v. Thuria 
Anthedon, vel Ag. 

rippias . . . 
Anthedon . . 
Anthedon . . 
Anthedon Pt. . 
Anthela . . . 
*Anthemisia 
Anthemus . . 
Anthina . . . 
*Anthropophagi 
Anthyllae 
Anti-Casius Mons, 

Jebel Kraad. 
Anti-Libanus M. 
Anti-Taurus M. . 
Anti-Taurus M. 
Anticyra, Aspra 1 

Spitia . . . . ) 
Anticyra .... 
Anticyrae Sinus, 1 

Aspra Spitia . ) 
Antidrepanum Pr. 
Antigonea . . . 
Antigonea . . . 
Antigonia, Zeghaib 
Antinoe, priusBesa, 

Sheikh Abadeh . 
Antinum, L'.d'Antino 
*Antiochia . . . 
Antiochia, v. Opis 
Antiochia Mygdo- 

nica, vel Nisibis, 

JSisibin . . . 
Antiochia ad Oron- 

tem, vel ad Daph- 

nem, Antakia . 
Antiochia ad Mae- 

andrum, Ienicher 
Antiochia Pisidiae, 

Yalobatch . . 
Antiochia Lamotis 
Antipati ia, Arnaud 

Berat .... 
Antipatris, vel 

Capharsabe 

Saba 
Antiphellus, Anti 

philo .... 
Antiphili .... 
Antipolis, Antibes 
Ant : pyrgus, Toti- 

brouk .... 
Antiquaria, Ante- 

quera .... 
Antirrhium, Bou- 
rne! ia C'as. . . 
Antissa, Sigri . . 
Antistiana, Ordal 
Antium, 'l'.d , A?izo 
Antivestaeum, vel 

Bolerium Prom., 

Land's End . . 
Antona, v. Aufona j 

FL, Avon . . . j 
Antonacum . . . 
Antonini Vallum 
Antoniopolis, 1 

'1 eherkis . . . j 
Antricum post Car- j 

nutes, Chartres . i 
Antron, Kamako . 
Antros I., Cordovan 
Anuragrammum, j 

Anurajapoera . \ 
Anxanum, Land- \ 

ano Vecchio . . ] 
Anxia, Anzi . . 
Anxur, vel Tarra- 1 

cina, Terraeina J 
Aornos, Ohund 

*Aorsi 

Apamea 
Apamea, v. Birtha 

Birehjtk 
Apamea Cibotus, Pr 

Celenae, Dineir . 
*Apamene . . . 
Apamia,prius Pella, 

Famieh . . . 



,-el ) 
3, Kcfr j 



M 



Lat. 

26 51 

39 34 

34 50 

42 50 

37 7 

31 25 

38 2 
31 24 

37 5( 

38 48 

37 12 

40 30 
29 
56 ( 
31 

36 

33 35 

39 25 

38 15 

38 22 
38 50 
38 20 

30 35 

40 21 

40 20 
36 10 

27 50 

41 53 

36 15 

34 4 

37 1 



36 13 



37 51 

38 20 
36 35 

40 46 

32 12 

36 10 

30 38 
43 34 

32 5 

37 10 

38 19 

39 12 

41 20 
41 2 

50 3 

52 6 

50 28 
55 59 

41 5 

48 25 

38 58 
45 35 

8 40 

42 14 

40 31 

41 18 

34 30 
47 30 

34 7 

37 3 

38 3 

35 25 
35 28 



Long. 



31 35 
26 50 

35 53 

3 45 

22 4 

34 22 

23 27 

34 22 
23 

22 30 
38 50 

23 10 
192 30 

05 
30 37 

36 15 

35 55 
41 45 

35 30 

22 38 
22 22 

22 40 

19 55 

19 56 

23 9 

36 18 

30 59 

13 25 
36 20 
44 18 



41 5 



36 16 

28 4 

31 25 
34 15 

19 50 

34 59 

29 41 

29 3 
7 9 

24 

4 33 

21 46 

25 52 
1 40 

12 43 

5 43 

1 50 

7 22 
4 

32 45 
1 25 



No. 

of 

Map 



18 



2:' 



23 
1 



80 30 

14 2 

15 51 

13 18 

72 17 
54 
43 50 

38 2 

30 21 
36 30 
36 30 



Place. 



*Apatei Darrae 

*Apavortene . . 

•"Apennini Briniates 

Apcnnino, in, Ma- 
turana .... 

Aperantia . . . 

Aperopia I., Dhoko . 

Apertae 

Aphaca 

Aphadana . . . . 

Apharbatice . . . 

Apheaae, '1 rikiri . . 

Apheca, Apheca . . 

Aphidna 

AphnnisP., L. Bigha 

Aphormion, P. Lousa 

Aphrodisia, Pulazo ) 
Castro . . . . ) 

Aphrodis:as I., Keish 

Aphrouisias, Kavatch 

Aphrodisias, Geyra . 

Aphrodisium, Bona . 

Apurodisium . . . 

Aphrodisium . . . 

Aphroditis, v. Ve- 
neris I ... 

Aphroditis P. . . 

Aphroditis P. . . 

Apliroditopolis, Ed 
Heir . . 

Aphroditopolis 

Aphytis 

Apiciha, Latisana . 

Apidanus, v. Eni- ) 
pens Fl., Staladje ] 

Apis 

Apobathine . . . . 

*Apodoti 

Apullmis Lucus . . 

Apolhnis Lucus . . 

Apohinis Pr., Farina 

Apolhnis Civitas 
Minor, Sadjeh , 

Apollinopolis Mag- 
na, Edfou . . ) 

Apoilinopolis Par- i 
va, vel Apollhiis > 
Vic us, Rous . . ) 

Apollonia . . . 

Apollonia, Pollina 

Apollonia . . . 

Apollonia, v. Eleu- 
theria .... 

Apollonia, Castro 

Apollonia . . . 

Apollonia . . . 

Apollonia . . . 

Apo.lonia . . . 

Apodonia . . . 

Apollonia . . . 

•Apollonia . . . 

Apollonia, Poro . 

Apolionia ad Rhyn- 
d&emn, Abullonia 

Apodonia, vel ^o- 
zopolis, Sizeb.li 

Apollonia, vel So- j 
zouza, Mursa \ 
Souza . . . . ) 

Apollonia Chalci- ] 
dica, Pollina . ) 

Apollonias, Arsuf 

Apol'oniatis, Palus, 
Abullonia L. 

*Apolloniatis . . 

Apoilonis . . . 

Apologus . . . 

Apostana . . . 

*Apotimatae . . 

Appa 

Appha .... 

Apphane I. . . 

Apphia Via . . . 

Appiaria, Baba . 

Appii Forum, B. ) 
Lungo . . . . ) 

Apri 

Aprustum, Arousto 

Apsalus .... 

Apsarus, Gounieh 

Apsarus, v. Acamp- \ 
sis FL, Tchoruk > 
Su ) 

♦Apsilae .... 

Apsus FL, Lum . 

*Apsyntbis . . . 

Apta Julia, Apt . 



Lat. 


Long. 


No 

oi 

Mai 


25 


N 


39 


E 


23 


33 30 


N 


59 


E 


24 


44 25 


.\ 


9 30 


E 


3 


44 14 


N 


9 40 


E 


3 


38 49 


N 


21 20 


E 


8 


37 20 


X 


23 19 


E 


7 


36 14 


N 


29 51 


F 


19 


34 6 


X 


35 50 


E 


91 


35 20 


N 


40 52 


E 


?2 


33 15 


X 


58 33 


E 


24 


39 7 


X 


23 5 


F 


8 


32 48 


N 


35 46 


F 


9,0 


38 12 


X 


23 53 


F 


1 


40 


> 


27 33 


F 


19 


38 13 


X 


22 58 


E 


a 


36 29 


X 


23 5 


E 


7 


26 32 


X 


54 


F 


24 


40 37 


X 


26 54 


F 


10 


37 3( 


X 


28 50 


E 


19 


36 53 


X 


7 44 


F 


17 


41 29 


X 


12 39 


F 


4 


35 20 


X 


34 4 


F 


19 


27 15 


N 


33 55 


F 


18 


27 10 


X 


33 50 


E 


18 


26 58 


X 


34 2o 


E 


23 


25 20 


X 


32 32 


E 


18 


26 40 


X 


31 26 


E 


18 


40 7 


X 


23 25 


E 


9 


45 48 


X 


13 2 


E 


3 


39 20 


X 


22 15 


E 


8 


30 56 


N 


29 58 


F 


18 


37 31 


X 


22 44 


E 


7 


38 30 


X 


21 45 


E 


8 


26 10 


X 


32 2 


F 


18 


45 35 


X 


7 57 


E 


3 


37 12 


X 


10 15 


E 


17 


26 55 


X 


31 25 


E 


18 


25 


X 


32 53 


E 


18 


25 54 


X 


32 47 


E 


18 


40 12 


x 


24 20 


E 


9 


37 57 


X 


14 10 


E 


5 


38 27 


N 


22 


E 


8 


35 16 


X 


24 42 


E 


9 


36 59 


X 


24 45 


F 


9 


35 21 


N 


25 5 


F 


9 


40 45 


X 


24 6 


E 


10 


40 35 


X 


23 32 


F 


10 


39 8 


X 


27 32 


E 


19 


38 7 


X 


30 48 


F 


19 


35 32 


N 


36 24 


E 


21 


33 53 


X 


45 10 


F 


22 


40 40 


X 


19 25 


L 


10 


40 11 


X 


28 42 


F 


19 


42 25 


X 


27 46 


E 


10 


32 54 


X 


21 56 


F 


17 


40 30 


X 


23 10 


F 


10 


32 19 


X 


34 53 


F 


20 


40 8 


N 


28 40 


E 


19 


33 45 


x 


45 10 


E 


22 


38 41 


X 


27 42 


E 


19 


30 37 


X 


47 47 


E 


22 


27 7 


X 


53 5 


E 


24 


30 40 N 


24 


E 


17 


23 29 N 


56 28 


E 


23 


32 40 N 


56 18 


c 


24 


29 5 N 


48 50 


E 


23 


41 42 N 


12 40 


E 


4 


43 58 


N 


26 22 


E 


10 


41 28 


X 


13 2 


E 


4 


40 56'N 


27 9 


E 


10 


38 41 


X 


16 26 


E 


5 


41 30 


X 


21 20 


E 


10 


41 30 


X 


41 37 


E 


22 


40 20 


X 


41 20 


E 


19 


42 27 


X 


41 50 


E 


22 


40 50 


X 


19 45 


h: 


10 


40 40 


X 


26 20 


E 


10 


43 49 


N 


5 23 


E 


13 



INDEX. 



Tlace. 



Aptera .... 
Apua, Poniremoli 
•Apulia, Capita- 

nata, fyc. . . . 
Apulum, arlsburg 
Aqua Viva, Vinieza 
Aquae Albulae, Sol- 

fatara .... 
Aquae Apolliriares, 

B. di Stigliana . 
Aquae Angitulae . 
Aquae Calidae, ) 

Llammamct . . ) 
Aquae Calidae . . 
Aquae 1'isanae, P. di 

Bisa .... 
Aquae Solis. Bath 
Aquae Siatiellffl, ) 

Acqui . . . . ) 
Aquae Tauri, Bagno . 
Aquarum Civitas . . 
Aquarius Virus . . 
Aquas, ad, Wells . . 
Ad Aquas, Bajna . . 
Aquas, ad, Acqua ) 

Santa . . . . ) 
Aquas, ad, Vaida \ 

Hunyad . . . ) 
Aquila Major, Tetuan 
Aquilcia, Aqttileia . 
Aquileiensis Ptus., ] 

2*0. di Grado . j 
Aquiloniae, Lance- j 

dogna . . . . ) 
Aqir Ionia, Agnone . 
Aquilonis . . . . 
Aqwinum, Aquaria . 
Aquinum, Aquino 
•Aquitania Prima 
•Aquitania Secunda . 
•Aquitania . . . . 
Aquiuncuin, Of en 1 

or Buda . . . ) 
Ara Amoris Pr. . . 
•Arabia Petraea . . 
•Arab: a Felix . . . 
Arabiae Emporium, \ 

Aden . . . . j 
Arab cus Sinus, 1 

Red Sea . . . { 
Arabicus M., Ge- 

bef SUsili . . . 
ArabisFl. . . . 
Arabona, Raab . . 
Arabissus . . . . 
•Arabitae . . . . 

Aracca 

Arachnaeus M., Arna 
•Aiachosia . . . . 
Arachotus . . . . 
Awchotus Fl. . . . 
Arachthus, v. Are- ] 

thon FL, Arta . ) 

Aradana 

Aracynthus M. . . 
Arad", v. Fder, Tell ) 

Arad . . . . ) 
Aradrispe, Ispahan 1 
Aradueta . . . . 
Arad us la., Ruad 
Ar.idua la. . . . . 

•Arae 

Arae Septem, Asu- ) 

mar . . . . j 
Arae Sestianae, Ca- 1 

marinas . . . ( 
Araegenus post Bai- j 

ocasses, Bayeux ) 
Arathjrea . . . . 

Araga 

♦Araganitae . . . . 

Arana 

Ai ana la., Ancutta . 

Aranae 

Atandis 

Aranni 

Araphen, Raphina . 

Araplus 

Aiar Fl., Saone . . 
Ararat, v. A bus M. . 
Arasabium . . . . 

Aratha 

Arathos I. Surdy . . 
Arausio, Orange . . 
•Aravene . . . . 
•Aravisci, Hungary . 
Araxeni Campi . . 



Lat. 



35 27 

44 27 

41 15 

40 7 

4(i 2:5 

41 57 

42 7 

38 49 



36 24 N 



42 30 
4:5 42 
51 24 
44 42 



42 4 X 
32 N 
41 40 X 
51 13 X 

41 45 X 

42 48 X 

45 43 N 

35 40 N 

45 47 X 

45 42 X 

41 3X 

41 27 X 
41 18 X 

44 1(5 N 
41 32 X 

45 30 X 

46 10jX 
45 20 X 

47 28 X 



17 12 
30 

19 

12 47 

20 

24 40 

26 
47 44 

38 15 
26 15 

30 52 

37 39 

31 30 
30 47 

30 26 

39 20 

35 45 

38 30 

31 20 

32 40 

40 39 
34 54 
26 20 

28 20 



39 7 

43 8 

49 16 

37 60 
17 25 
17 30 
28 31 
11 25 
39 

38 24 
37 36 

37 59 

40 14 
47 15 

39 40 
22 10 

38 10 
25 57 

44 4 
37 50 
46 50 

39 25 



Long. 



24 9 
9 52 

16 

2:5 33 

16 18 

12 42 

12 1 

16 24 
10 38 
27 30 

10 18 
2 20 
8 31 

11 41 

36 4 
6 2 
2 36 

21 52 

13 25 

22 55 

5 20 
13 24 

13 29 

15 24 

14 15 

15 2 

10 45 

13 40 

2 20 



1 

19 

39 2 
34 30 

44 30 

45 7 
39 

33 10 

66 25 

17 40 

37 2 
66 30 E 
47 35 E 



i; 


4 


i: 


5 


E 


17 


i; 


10 


E 


3 


W 


11 


E 


3 



2:5 
67 
66 30 
65 30 

21 5 

53 24 

21 25 

35 10 

51 47 

8 2 
35 55 
51 40 
58 

7 6 

9 5 

47 

22 35 
44 58 
44 45 
63 20 
72 
37 39 

7 25 

8 14 

23 59 
26 16 

1 40 
44 20 
95 20 
61 15 

54 37 
4 51 

37 50 
18 20 
47 



No. 

of 
Map 

9 
3 



24 



IMhcc. 



Araxea 11, Aras . 

Araxea, Chaboraa, 

yd Habor 11., 

Khabur . . . 

Ar.ixcs vcl Phuais \ 

FL, .Iras . . . \ 

Anuria Ostia . . , 
Araxiu Pr., Papas 

Arba la., Arhc . . '. 
Arbela, irbid . . . 
Arbela, v. AL-xan- j 

driana, Ai hi/ . \ 
Arbiti, v. Arabiti ) 

Monies . . . j 
Arbor Felix, Arbon . 

r.r OS 

Arbua 

•Arcabri, Galicia 

Area Casaria, Till ) 
Area . . . . ) 

♦Arcadia 

•Arcadia prius 
Heptanomi . . 

Arcadieus Fl. . . 

Arce, postea I'etra 

Arceuthus Fl. . . 

Arceaine, Arkesina 

Arche ais Colonia, 
Ak Serai . . . 

Archelais .... 

Archelaium, Sevri- 
hissar .... 

Archile, Lamloudeh 

Archinara . . . . 

Arcidava, Wersehitz 

Arcitis la., Narro 

Areonncsusl., Orak . 

Arctous, Oceanus . . 

•Ardasi, Herzegovina 

Ardea 

Ardeatina Via . . . 

Ardeiscu-, Kurbe ) 
Argisch . . . j 

Ardeii-cus, vel Or- 
dessus Fl., Ar- 
gisch .... 

Ardelica, Pesch iera 

Ardotia, Perussich 

•Arduenna silva, 
Forest of Arden- 
nes 

Are I., Farsan 

Arebrigium, St. 1 
Didier . . . . j 

Arebrignus Pagus 

♦Arecomici, Gard 

Arelate, Erlaph . 

Arelate, Aries . . 

Arenatium, Arnhem 

Arena, v. Samia . 

•Areni .... 

Arenosus, v. Tino- 
dea M., Jcbel 
Roumlieh . . 

Areon, Fl. . . . 

Areopolis, v. Rab- ) 
bath Moab, Rabba ) 

Arethon, vel Aracb 
thus FL, Arta . 

Arethusa . . . 

Arethusa . . . 

Arethusa, vel Tho- 
nitis L. . . . 

*Aretieene . . . . 

*Arevaci, Old Castile 

Argaeus M., Arjish ) 
Dagh . . . . ) 

Argaraudaca . . . 

Argari, Arlangurry 

Argaricus Sinus 
PaWs Bay 

Argennum Pr, 

Argentanum, An- 
gentina 

Argentaria, Bosna 
Serai .... 

Argentarius M., M. 
Filipo .... 

Argentea Metropo- 
lis, Acheen . 

•Argentea Kegio, 
Pegu .... 

Argenteus Fl.,Ar- 
gens 

Argcntia, Argent a . 

Argcntia, Gorgonzola 

Argentiolium . . . 



'■} 



Lat. 

36 o N 

H8 50 X 

,:< -» L5N 
38 11 N 
X 

N 



11 


45 


:;2 


ID 


86 


13 


27 





47 


30 


19 





:su 




43 





34 


;;i; 


37 


40 


2S 


30 


:57 


27 


30 


2 s 


36 


50 


;i(i 


51 


38 


11) 


32 


17 


39 


30 


32 45 


29 


57 


i:» 


/ 


37 


21 


36 


Ol 


63 





13 


1.') 


11 


37 


11 


45 


1.3 


11 


44 30 


i:> 


26 


14 


oj 


56 


5 


16 40 


45 45 


47 


10 


14 





is 


10 


43 


40 


52 





37 


:52 


26 28 


27 





28 





31 


22 


39 20 


40 


38 


35 


1 


38 


30 


32 


l.j 


41 


40 


38 


30 


33 20 


9 


bb 


li) 





38 


16 


39 24 


43 


56 


42 21 


5 


30 


1!) 





43 


2:5 


14 


40 


45 


32 


42 


10 



Loag: 

47 0E 

41 0E 

46 30 E 

is 45 i; 

21 2:5 E 
14 40 E 

a ->\ i: 

07 20 E 

9 24 1. 

:si o i; 

■>l :52 E 

8 lo W 

35 58 E 

22 10 IE 

31 0E 

21 40 E 

:i.-) :w> E 

36 50 E 
25 59 E 

8 1 B E 

35 32 E 



31 25 

22 15 
93 45 
21 27 



12 34 
12 30 

24 38 



25 30 

10 41 
15 23 

5 

41 50 

6 54 

4 40 

4 10 

15 17 

4 36 

5 47 
21 37 
44 25 

30 

52 20 

35 44 

21 5 

23 40 

36 40 

40 40 

58 30 
3 30 

35 19 



E 
W 

K 

E 

79 0E 

80 0E 
26 14 E 
16 9E 

18 21 E 

11 13 E 

95 30 E 

97 0'E 

6 30E 

11 51E 
9 24 E 

22 W 



Miip 
21 



22 



I'lacc. 

Argeutomagi 

gent mi . . . . ( 

Argentoratun 
btratisburgum, J 
Strasbourg . . ) 

Argentovaria, » 

'coUheim . \ 

Argentoyaria, Art- \ 
tmheim . . . j 

Argiltia .... 

Argita Fl., Ban . 

Argithea .... 

*Argob .... 

Argob, vel It< gaba, ) 

Kitlat it II 
•Ar.L, r (»licus sinu-, i 
(•'. of Nauplia . i 

•Argoiis .... 

. irgoh . . 
AxgOfl Ainphiloehi- ( 
cum . . . . \ 
Argoua, Ptus., p„. > 

Terrajo . . . \ 

Argrra .... 
Argyruntum, Zaton 

Aigyrion, Arggru 

Castro .... 

Argyrippi, vcl Arpi 

Aria 11 

Aria l'alus, llamoon 

Aiia, v. Artaooana, 

Herat .... 
Ariai-a, Charjooce 

•Ariana 

Alicia, La Uieeia . . 
Arias])a, vel Agriaspe 

Aricada 

Ariconiuni, Weston . 
Anmantis . . . . 

•Arii 

Arimatbia . . . . 
Ariminum, Rimini . 
Arindela 

Ariola, Revigny . . 

Ariohca 

Aripa 

Aria Fl 

Arisbe 

Ariseria 

Aristcra, la., one of) 

the Kelevini Is.. ) 

Aristcn 

Aristonis 

Aristonautae . . . 
Aritiunr Pra?torium . 
Armagara, Ghcria . 
Armavria . . . . 

Armcnae 

Armcne, Ak-liman . 
*Armenia . . . . 
•Armenia Minor . . 
Armenium . . . . 
Arniianae . . . . 
Arminiacum, Jeni ) 

Bazar . . . . ) 
Armutria . . . . 
Arna, C. d'Arno . . 

Arnissa 

Ai'nissa 

Arnon FL, Wady el ) 

Mojeb . . . . ) 
Arnus FL, Arno . . 
Aro FL, Arone . . . 
Aroanius Fl. . . . 
Aroanius M., Khelmos 

Arocelis 

Aroe, v. Petroe, Pa- ) 

tras . . . . ) 
Arocr, Ararah . . , 
Aroer, Arair . . . 
Aromata Pr. . . . 
Aromata Prom, pr, 

Notu Keras, C, 

Guardafui . . 
•Aromatophoros 

Kegio . . . . S 
Arosis FL, Indian R 

•Arpii 

Arpi, v. Argyrippi, ) 

Arpa . . . . ) 
Arpinum, Arpino 
Ana, vcl Mana 
Arrabo FL, Raab . 
Arrabona, t'zakany 
•Arrapachitis . . 
Arre Vicus . . . 
Arretium, Arezzo 



L.it. 



40 34 






.17 20 N 
37 40 n 



12 i; 



38 is N 

11 10 N 

10 11 N 

11 :;i N 
:!2 15 X 
31 30 X 

S 1 21 N 

39 7 \ 
30 o N 

41 43 X 
20 2 N 
30 27 X 
51 57 N 
30 2o N 

:51 54 N 

44 4 X 

30 45 X 
48 50 X 
46 22 N 
:54 X 
37 7X 
10 15 N 
37 13 N 

37 25 X 

31 22JN 

24 ;s x 

38 C X 

38 5G X 
16 45 X 

40 X 

41 10 X 

42 1 X 

10 X 

39 30 X 

39 27 X 

35 27 X 

42 51 N 

44 30 X 

43 7N 
41 4X 

40 54 X 

31 28'x 

43 40X 

41 57 X 
37 55 X 

37 52 X 

42 50 X 

38 14 X 



Long. 



1 31 



31 14 

3i 29 

9 50 

11 55 



10 ON 

30 20 X 

46 15 X 

41 31 X 

41 42 X 
35 39 X 

47 5 X 
40 50 X 
35 4:5 X 
26 7X 
43 28iX 



7 41 






I. 



23 

23 

21 11 

10 10 

21 i: 

15 15 
20 11 
15 86 

oi 80 

02 12 

03 15 
00 
12 S9 

02 33 

2 32 

22 40 

19 25 

34 55 
12 33 

35 49 
4 5 

3 55 
55 

22 3 

20 30 
37 3» 

23 31 

26 12 
33 57 
22 34 
8 48 
73 25 
43 44 
41 19 
35 2 
43 
39 

22 38 
59 40 

20 29 

23 30 
12 31 
19 40 

21 52 

35 45 



10 57 
12 15 

22 !) I 

2_' ! 

1 

! 
35 

51 2 



51 25 



44 OF 



50 

29 



0E 
E 



15 36 E 

13 35 E 
36 12 i; 

10 5o K 

16 341 E 
45 20 E 
4 1 1 i: 

11 52 E 



INDEX. 



Place. 



it • • 
rom., ) 



Arretium Juliae, 1 

Subliano . . . j 

Arrctium Fideus, j 

Cast iff Hone . . ) 

Arriaca, Guadalajara 

Arrubium .... 

Arsacia, Shehri } 

Toyhan . . . j 

Arsamosata . . . 

Arsanius q. et Eu- \ 

phrates Fl., Mu- j 

rad Chai . . . ) 

Arsarata 

Arsen Fl 

Arsenaria, Arzen . . 
Arsenium, Oppelln . 

•Arsesa 

Arsi 

Arsinarium Pr. . . 
Arsinoe, Suez . . . 

Arsinoe 

Arsinoe 

Arsinoe 

Arsinoe, v. Conope, 

Angelo Kastro . 

Arsinoe, vel Croco- 

dilopolis . . . 

Arsissa Palus, L. of 

Van .... 
ArsuloB, Arsoli 
Artabrum Prom., 
vel Nerium 
Finisterre 
Artace .... 
Artacoana, v. Aria, 
Herat .... 
Artaleson . . . 
Artanissa .... 
Artaxata .... 
Artaxata, v. Artax- ) 
iasata .... J 
Artemisium M., ) 
Malevo . . . j 
Artemisium, vel j 
Dianium, Denia ) 
Artemisium Littus j 
et Mare . . . ) 

Artemita 

Artemita, v. Salban, ] 
Van . . . . ) 
Artenia, Art' c/na . . 
Arthribiticum Fl. . . 
Arti;;ca, Arcis sur ) 
At/be . . . . ) 

Artisiga 

Artobriga, postea \ 
Regina, llegcns- > 
burg . . . . ) 
Arubingara, Colombo 
Arucci Novum, ) 
Moura . . . } 
Arunda, Atajate . . 
*Arusnates, Venice . 

Arutela 

*Arvarni, Carnatic . 
♦Arverni, Puy de ] 
Dome, $c. . . ) 
Arx, Arce .... 
Arx Tiberii .... 

Arxata 

Arycanda .... 
Arymagdus Fl., Di- ] 
rek Ondessy . . ] 
Arzanior Opp., Erzen 
Arze, vel Gymnias, " 

Erz-rum . 
Arzes, Ardish 
Arzus Fl. ... 
Arzu««, vel Assus Fl 
*Asabi, Oman 
Asaborum, vel Nau 
maehaeorum 
Ran Mwsendojn 
Asama, Adanis, vel 
Anidus FL, Wad 
Oum-er-beg, or 
Azamor . . . 
Asamum, vel Phi- i ^ 

zon, liisano . . ) 
Asanamara . . . . 30 53 
Asanca, Landskron . 49 52 
Asarth FL, Issa . . 35 12 

♦Asateni 24 45 

Asca, vel Nescao, ) .on, 

A.syi . . . . ( 10 M 

Ascalon . . . . . 31 37 

Ascalon, Askulan . . 31 38 



Lat. 



is, j 



Sau-) 
Pr., 
lorn ) 



43 35 

43 22 

40 40 

45 7 

35 20 
38 40 

38 50 

39 « 

37 47 
35 48 
50 40 

39 28 

41 5 

14 30 
29 59 

34 58 

35 4 
12 48 

38 33 

29 26 

38 40 

42 5 

42 52 

40 23 

34 24 

40 29 

41 59 

39 10 

39 20 

37 38 

38 54 

39 
33 36 

38 28 

46 14 

30 40 

48 33 

35 19 

48 58 

7 

38 9 

36 46 
45 40 

44 59 

15 

45 30 

41 38 

40 33 

39 54 
36 30 

36 20 

38 16 

39 57 

39 

41 10 
41 50 
24 30 

26 20 



33 10 



N 



Long 



11 51 

1152 

3 9 

28 10 

51 40 

38 48 

40 40 

48 31 
21 51 

2 
18 2 
42 50 

27 
17 30 
32 30 
34 1 
32 21 
42 48 

21 19 

30 59 

42 45 

12 57 

9 14 

27 49 
62 12 

41 53 

44 38 

45 21 

45 6 

22 31 

3 

23 15 
45 14 

43 21 

13 7 

31 20 

4 9 

1 36 

12 7 

80 8 

7 16 

5 8 
11 5 

24 10 
80 

3 

13 32|e 



14 18 
44 44 
30 11 

32 55 

41 42 

41 17 

43 22 
27 40 
25 40 

56 15 

57 15 



8 



18 42 

88 55 

19 46 
1 10 

47 50 

43 3 

34 34 

34 33 



W 



No. 

of 

Map 



18 



E 


22 


E 


4 


W 


16 


E 


19 


E 


24 



22 
22 
24 

22 

7 

16 

8 
22 
22 

3 

18 

13 
17 

14 

25 

16 

W 16 
E 3 



17 



c .i 



vel 1 
urn, I 
iahr f 



Flace. 



Ascania la., Chris- ) 

tiana . . . . ( 
Ascania Ps., L. ] 

Bourdour . . j 
Ascanius Lacus . 
Ascelum, Asolo 
Ascerris, Cervera . 
Asciburgius Mons, ) 

W. Carpathians ) 
•Ascitae .... 

Ascra 

Asculum (Pice- ] 

num), Ascoli . \ 
Asculum Apulum, 

Ascoli .... 
Ascura .... 

Asea 

Aserga .... 
Ashdod, vel Azotus, 

Esdud . . . 
Ashdoth Pisgah . 
*Asher, Tribus 

Asia 

Asia 

Asiace 

Asido, Medina Si 

donia . . 
Asine, Koroni 

Asine 

Asine, vel Las . . . 

Asmura 

Asmyraea . . . . 
Asnaus M., Mclchiovo 

Asopus Fl 

Asopus FL, Asopo 
Asopus FL, R. A. 1 

Georgios . . . ) 
Asophus, Boza . . 
Aspabota . . . . 
Aspbaleuca, Les ~t 

Eaux Chaudes . ) 
Aspedon, Polea . . 
Aspendus 
Asphaltites L., vel 

Mare Mortuum 

v. Salsum, Bl ... 

Lnt .... J 
*Asphaltites . . 
Asphynis, Asfoun 
*Aspii .... 
Aspis P., Mahad 1 

Hessan . . . J 

Aspis 

Aspis, vel Clypea, 

Klibiah . . . 
Aspis, la., Evria . 

Aspithra 

*Aspithrae, Cambodia 

Aspona 

Aspulathea . . . . 
Assa, Ormelia . . . 
Assabe, Nr. Madina 

Assaria 

Assisium, Assist . . 

Assures 

Assurus 

Assus, Behram . . 
Assus, Assarli . . . 
Assus, vel Arzus Fl. . 

*Assyria 

Asta 

Asta, Asti . . . . 
Asta Regia, Jerez ) 

de la Frontera . \ 
Astacana . . . . . 

Astacana 

Astacapla .... 
*Astaceni, Cabul . . 
Astacenus Sinus, 

G. of Nicomcdia 
Astacilis, Tessailah 
♦Astacures . . . 
Astacus .... 
Astapa, Estepa 
Astapus Fl. . . . 
Astarte I. . . . 
Astarus, P. Plattea 
Astasana .... 
Astauda .... 
*Astaveni . . . 
*Astaveni . . . 
Astelephus Fl. . . 
Asterium, v. Piresiae 
Ast'agi .... 
Astibus, Istip . . 
*Astica .... 
Astigi, Ecija . . 



Lat. 



36 16 

37 45 

40 23 
45 50 

41 42 

49 35 

15 42 

38 20 

42 52 

41 9 

40 50 
37 24 
31 27 

31 45 

31 34 
33 15 
30 31 
30 30 
29 15 

36 27 

36 48 

37 32 
36 43 
36 47 
48 
10 20 

38 47 
38 16 



37 55 

36 42 

38 45 

42 55 

38 33 
36 55 



31 30 

31 25 
25 25 

34 45 

31 18 

38 2 

36 55 

37 52 
13 10 
13 40 

39 45 

38 38 

40 22 

30 58 

32 48 

43 4 

35 50 

40 46 

39 30 

41 59 

41 50 

35 
29 50 

44 56 

36 43 

36 30 

39 20 

21 25 
35 

40 40 

35 21 

31 10 

40 40 

37 20 
13 

22 29 

38 28 

33 10 

33 25 

34 

38 

42 45 

39 30 
31 12 

41 3"> 
41 40 
37 34 



Long. 



25 12 

30 30 

29 35 

11 54 

1 

18 50 

50 50 
23 12 

13 35 

15 28 

42 48 
22 17 
47 16 

34 42 



35 48 
35 20 
47 59 
47 31 
64 31 

5 51 

21 58 

22 59 
22 33 
55 47 

110 40 
20 15 

22 25 

23 30 

22 40 

22 50 
53 58 

27 

23 1 

31 15 



35 30 

36 10 

32 32 
70 

16 7 

49 

11 4 

23 9 

101 10 
103 

33 45 

20 55 
23 42 
47 

12 50 
12 36 

9 10 
23 9 

26 22 
25 55 
25 40 
44 30 
61 25 

8 19 

6 6 

68 53 
43 3 
72 20 
72 

29 30 

23 
11 30 
29 51 

4 58 

34 30 
36 28 

21 7 

60 30 

61 37 
65 
55 
41 20 

22 1 
16 30 
22 10 

27 50 

5 5: 



w 



No. 

of 

Map 



E 17 



7 
25 
25 
19 

8 
10 
22 
17 

4 
17 
10 
19 
10 
10 
22 
24 

3 

16 

24 

22 
25 

25 

19 

17 
17 

19 
16 

1 
23 

8 
24 
24 
24 
24 
22 

8 
17 
10 
10 
16 



Tlace. 



'.!' 



Astoa 

Astrogonda . . . 
Astura .... 
Astura FL, Asturo 
Astura FL, Esla . 
*Astures, Leon . 
Asturica, Astorga 
Asturum Lucus, 

Lugoncs 
Astypalaea 
Astypalaea I., Stam- ) 

plia ) 

Atabyris M., Madona 
Atagis FL, Etsch . . 
Atalanta I., Talanta . 
Atarbecbis, C'hibi- ) 

nel Koum . . j 
Atax FL, Ande . . 
Ategua, Teba . . . 
Atella, S. Elpidii . . 
Ater M., Jcbel Soudan 
Aternum, Pcscara . 
Aternus FL, Pcscara. 
Ateste, Este . . . . 
*Athamania . . . 
Athar M., Hasan ) 

Dagh . . . . ) 
Athenae, Atenah . . 
Atbenae, Athens . . 
Athenae Diades . . 
Athene, v. Anthene, 

Elliniko . . . 
Athesis FL, Adige 
Athos M., M. Santo . 
Athribis, Tel Atrib . 

Athyras Fl 

Atiliana, Mansilla . 

Atina 

Atina, Atena . . . 
*Atintania . . . . 
Atlanticus Oceanus . 
Atlas M., Jebel Tedla 

Atoa 

Atrax 

*Atrebates, Picardy . 
At-ebates, olim Ne- ) 

metacum, Arras 
♦Atrebatii, Wilts. 

and Berks. . . 
Atria, vel Adria, 

Adria .... 
*Atropatene . . 
Atta Vicus . . . 
Attaleia .... 
Attaleia .... 
*Attasini, v. Attasii 
♦Attica .... 
Attidium, Attiyio 
Atures, vel Julii 

Vicus, Aire 
*Aturia . . 
Aubereum . . . 
Aufidena .... 
Aufidi Pons, P. S. ] 

Venere . . . ) 
Aufidus Fl., Ofanto 
Aufina, Ofeno . . 
Aufona, vel Antona 

FL, Avon . . . 
Aufona FL, Nen . 

Augaea 

•Augali 

Augemmi .... 
Augila, Aujilah . . 

*Augilae 

Augmagdum, ad, \ 

V. Cydamus, Ga- > 

damis . . . . ) 

Augusta 

Augusta (Vagien- | 

norum), Bene . ) 
Augusta (Tauriono 

rum), Tori>io . 
Augusta, Adjioud. 
Augusta, vel Regi- ] 

anum, Rahova . ] 
Augusta, v. Glim- 

berri, post Auscii, 

Auch .... 
Augusta, vel Naeo- ] 

magus . . . . ( 
Augusta (Veroman- ) 

duoruni) . . . ) 
Augusta (Trev.), 

postea Trevera, 

Treves . . 
Augusta . . . 



u 



Lat. 



18 2 
30 46 
41 25 

41 33 

42 
42 40 

42 26 

43 22 

37 45 
36 40 

36 10 
46 34 

38 40 

30 34 

43 

37 7 

40 58 

28 

42 27 
42 17 
45 17 

39 25 

38 4 

41 15 

37 58 

38 51 

37 22 

45 7 

40 9 
30 27 

41 10 

42 4 
41 38 
40 26 

40 15 
50 
33 
33 £5 

39 40 
50 30 

50 16 

51 30 

45 4 

36 40 
25 45 

39 10 
36 51 

41 

38 

43 17 

43 43 

36 45 
30 47 
41 43 

41 1 

41 5 

42 18 

52 6 

52 40 

40 29 
40 20 
32 10 

29 15 
29 30 

29 38 

44 39 
44 37 



45 5 

46 7 
43 42 



43 39 

44 25 
49 54 

49 45 
39 



Long. 



No. 

ot 

Map. 



55 31 

20 5 
12 49 

12 46 

5 3 

6 
6 10 

5 55 

27 2 

26 30 

27 5 

10 40 
23 6 

31 2 

2 14 

4 55 

14 15 

18 

14 15 

14 

11 40 

21 20 

34 15 

41 5 
23 44 

23 6 

22 42 

11 35 

24 20 
31 16 

28 30 

2 55 

13 43 

15 31 
20 10 

20 

3 

1 32 

22 11 

2 40 

2 48 
1 30 

12 5 

48 30 
51 31 
26 50 
30 50 
62 

23 50 

12 57 

15 

4T 10 
18 16 

13 58 

15 30 

15 45 
13 45 

1 50 

6 
23 37 
70 

9 20 

21 54 

22 



W 



11 17 E 

12 6E 
7 591E 

7 41 E 
26 42 E 
24 0E 

32 E 



4 59 
2 40 

6 40 
33 



INDEX. 



Place. 


Lat 




Long 




No. 
of 










Map. 
13 


Augusta Alba . . . 


44 34 


N 


4 35 


E 


Augusta Emerita, ) 
Merida . . . ) 


38 55 


N 


6 13 


\Y 


16 


Augusta Fossa . . . 


41 27 


N 


13 5 


E 


4 


Augusta Pax, Badajoa 


38 54 


N 


6 46 


\N 


16 


Augusta [Pretoria J, | 
Aosta . . . . i 


45 41 


N 


7 18 


E 


3 


Augusta (Rauraco- ) 
rum) .... ) 


47 32 


N 


7 42 


E 


13 


Augusta Vindelico- J 
rum, Augsburg . ) 


48 24 


N 


10 54 


E 


15 


•Augustamnica . . 


30 40 


N 


32 


E 


18 


AuKUStana . . . . 


48 46 


N 


12 36 


E 


15 


Augustana, Azelburg 


48 47 


N 


12 44 


E 


14 


Augusti Tons . . . 


45 22 


N 


22 41 


E 


10 


Augusta Tropcea, ) 
'l urbia . . . ) 


43 45 


N 


7 26 


E 


3 


Augusti Forum, vol t 
Libisosia, Lezuza \ 


38 58 


N 


2 30 


YV 


16 


Augusti Lucus, Lugo 


43 


N 


7 34 


W 


16 


Augusti 1'., Porto . 


41 47 


N 


12 12 


E 


4 


Augustobona, post. ) 
Tricasses, Troyes ) 


48 19 


N 


4 6 


E 


13 


Augustobriga . . . 


39 52 


N 


5 9 


\Y 


16 


Augustobriga . . . 


40 39 


N 


7 20 


\Y 


16 


Augustodunum, an- \ 












tea Bibracte 


46 56 


N 


4 20 


E 


13 


Autun . . . . ) 












Augustodurus . . . 


49 10 


N 


1 7 


w 


13 


Augustomagus, \ 












postea Silvanec- > 


49 13 


N 


2 35 


E 


13 


tcs, Soil is . . ) 












Augustonemctum, } 












postea Arvcrni, > 


45 47 


X 


3 9 


E 


13 


Clermont . . . ) 












Augustoritum, \ 












postea Lcmovi- j 


45 52 


N 


1 14 


E 


13 


ces, Limoges . / 












Aulaei Tiehos, vel \ 












Theros Chorion, > 


42 


N 


28 


E 


10 


Akhteboli . . J 












•Aulerci, Eure. . . 


48 56 


N 


1 


E 


13 


•Aulerci, Sarthe . . 


48 10 


N 


20 


E 


13 




38 24 


N 


23 37 


E 


8 




37 18 


N 


21 43 


E 


7 


Aulon, Avlona . . 


40 29 


N 


19 28 


E 


10 


Aulon Basilicas . . 


33 50 


N 


36 40 


E 


21 


Aulon Cilicius . . . 


35 40 


N 


33 20 


E 


19 


Auos, vel Aous, ) 












vel JEas Fl., Vo- \ 


40 20 


N 


20 25 


E 


8 


juzza or Poro . ) 












♦Auraniiis .... 


32 50 


N 


36 20 


E 


20 


Aurasius M., Jeb. j 
Mirkaat . . . j 


35 20 


X 


5 20 


E 


17 


•Aurea Regio, 1 

Mranmtipyee . ) 


21 


N 


97 


E 


25 


Amelia Via .... 


41 54 


N 


12 15 


E 


4 


•Aureliani, Loiret 


47 40 


X 


2 


E 


13 


Aurelii Forum, T. ) 
Aitreli . . . . < 


42 19 


N 


11 36 


E 


4 


Aureoli Pons, Pon- ) 
tirolo . . . . i 


45 32 


X 


9 32 


E 


3 


Aureos ad, Montebello 


45 32 


X 


11 22 


E 


3 






X 


62 15 E 


25 


Aureus Mons, Slona 


44 40 


N 


20 49 


E 


10 


Auriliana .... 


30 55 


X 


21 59 


E 


17 


Aurinia, vel Saturuia 


42 47 


X 


11 31 


E 


4 




31 25 


X 


12 36 


E 


17 


Aurunca, S. Croce . 


41 19 


X 


13 53 


E 


4 


*Aurunci, Terra ) 
di Lavoro . . J 


41 22 


X 


13 50 


E 


4 




41 56 


X 


2 16 


E 


16 


Ausancalio, Szocolacz 


44 40 


X 


15 55 


E 


15 


Ausara, Szafra . . 


24 18 


X 


38 58 


E 


23 


Ausara, RasSeir . . 


16 40 


X 


53 33 


E 


23 


♦Ausaritae . . . • 


17 


N 


52 35 


E 


23 




50 10 


X 


6 25 


E 


13 




43 30 


X 


30 


E 


13 


Auser Fl 


44 5 


X 


10 25 


E 


3 


*Ausetani .... 


41 50 


X 


2 


E 


16 


Ausilindi .... 


32 40 


X 


9 15 


E 


17 


Ausinza, Assaloo I 


27 31 


X 


52 40 


E 


24 




53 10 


N 


9 


w 


12 


Ausona. Lc Fratte . 


41 21 


X 


13 46 


E 


4 


•Ausones .... 


41 20 


X 


13 40 


E 


4 


Ausugum, Valsug- ) 
nana . . . . J 


46 5 


X 


11 26 


E 


15 


•Autariatae .... 


43 30 


X 


19 


E 


15 




53 30 


X 


9 


w 


12 


*Auto oles .... 


26 


X 


12 


YV 


1 


Automalax .... 


30 15 


N 


19 18 


E 


17 


♦Autrigones . . . 


43 


X 


3 30 


w 


16 




48 


N 


100 


E 


1 


Auximum, Osimo . . 


43 30 


N 


13 30 


E 


3 


Auxiqua • . . . . 


31 43 


X 


15 33 


E 


17 




14 


X 


38 40 


E 


1 


*Auzacitis .... 


44 


X 


100 


E 


1 



Place. 



Au/.ara, El Asharuh 
Auzea, Hamza, or 
Sour Ouslan 

Auzui, Zi ra if eh . 
Avalitos . . . . , 
Avalouia, Glaston- ) 

bun/ . . . . ) 
A vara FL ... 
Avaricum, post. Bi- \ 

tiiriges, Bourges \ 
Aveia, Va. di Bagno 
Avenio, Avignon . 
Aventieum, Avenche 
Avernus Lacus, ) 

Averno . . . ) 

Avos 

Avidus .... 
•Aviones . . . 
Avium Opp., vel 

Ornithonpolis, 

Adlnn . . 
Avus Fl., Ave . . . 

Axcisum 

Axelodunum . . . 

Axima 

Axima 

Axiopolis, Kassova . 
Axius, vel Orontes ) 

Fl., Nahr El Asy ] 
*Axomitao . . . . 
Axona EL, Aisne . . 
Axuenna . . . . 
•Axylos . . . • . 
A/.a, v. Gaza, Ghazzeh 
Azani, Tjandere . . 
-Azania, v. Barbaria 

Azarath 

Azatha 

Azene 

Azetium, liotigliano 
Aziris, Erzingkhan . 

Azius 

Azius Fl., Vardar . 
Azmon, v. Heshmon 

*Azones 

Azor 

Azora, Much . . . 

Azorus 

Azotus, v. Ashdod, 1 

Esdud . . . . J 



Lat. 

34 1") N 

;;.-) 50|M 

31 1", N 

1 1 30 X 

51 10 N 

47 17 X 

47 8N 

42 20 N 

43 54 X 

i6 ;>■•> x 

40 52N 

33 40 X 

35 32 X 
53 7 X 

33 25 X 

I 

41 20 N 

44 27 X 

a i '>;', x 

45 35 x 
31 3o X 

11 17 X 

36 20 N 

12 30 X 
49 X 

49 4|N 

;s'j o x 

31 27 N 

39 12 N 

3 ON 

36 50 N 



40 50 

37 40 

40 57 

39 21 
31 50 

41 
31 6 
36 50 
33 7 

38 43 

40 

31 45 



Long. 

40 3U'E 
:( :•-" E 

16 11 E 

43 E 

2 40 

1 40 



\Y 

E 

2 30 B 



13 20 
4 50 
7 4 

14 4 

9 58 
10 50 
12 40 



35 20 E 



8 25 

44 

3 

6 41 
52 12|K 
27 50 K 



35 40 



No. 

of 

Map 

21 

17 

17 
1 

11 

13 

18 

4 
18 

13 



B. 



it, 



Baal Gad . . . 

Baal Hermon . . 

Baal Meon, Mam . 

BaalShalisha . . 

'Babanomus . . 

Babba 

Babylon, vel Babel, \ 
Hillah, Sec. . { 

Babylon, velFostat, 
Baboid . . 

*Babylonia . . 

Babytase, Ram 
Horchuz . . 

BacasChamiri . 

Baccaiae, vel Baca- \ 
taillis . . . . ) 

Baccanae, Baccano 

Bacchi I., Hoxeakel 

Bactra, prius Zari- ) 
aspa, Balkh . . ) 

Bactras Fl. . . . 

*Bactriana ... 

*Bacuatae ... 

Bacuntius FL, Bosna 

Badara, vel Barna 

Badara .... 

Badei Regia, Jiddah 

Badera, Baziege . , 

Badias .... 

Badimum . . . 

Badis, Jask ... 

Baecula .... 

Baenas I. ... 

Baeouoa v. Ephyra 

Baerus .... 

Baesippo, Vejer . 

Baeterrae, Bedarieux 

*Baetica, Andalusia 

Baetis FL, Guadal- 
quivir .... 

Baetis Fons . . . 

Bacton .... 

Baetulo, Badalona 



38 

4 

4 54 
32 
34 28 
20 45 
41 

6 3 
41 50 
23 5!) 
17 1 

40 17 
14 33 
22 3o 

34 16 
44 35 

35 35 

41 33 
22 1 

34 42 E 20 



33 12 


X 


36 8 


E 


33 3 


X 


35 43 


E 


31 45 


X 


35 54 


E 


32 9 


X 


34 55 


E 


40 5 


X 


35 30 


E 


34 54 


X 


5 36 


w 


32 30 


X 


44 23 


E 


30 


X 


31 20 


E 


32 30 


N 


44 


E 


31 11 


X 


49 54 


E 


28 58 


X 


39 40 


E 


35 55 


X 


36 51 


E 


42 9 


N 


12 19 


E 


15 10 


X 


40 18 


E 


36 47 


X 


66 58 


E 


35 30 


X 


66 30 


i': 


36 30 


X 


68 


E 


34 30 


N 


4 20 


\Y 


44 20 


N 


18 5 


E 


25 15 


N 


62 47 


E 


27 20 


N 


64 57 


E 


21 28 


y 


39 10 


E 


43 28 


X 


1 34 


E 


33 50 


X 


6 50 


E 


37 35 


X 


36 10 


E 


25 40 


N 


57 57 


E 


42 2 


X 


1 50 


E 


20 40 


X 


71 10 


E 


37 43 


X 


21 22 


E 


41 1 


X 


22 42 


E 


36 16 


X 


5 53 


w 


43 24 


X 


3 11 


E 


38 


X 


5 


W 


37 


X 


6 12 


w 


37 50 


X 


2 58 


w 


30 10 


X 


5 46 


\Y 


41 27 


X 


2 16 


E 



Place. 



•P.a'turia, Andalusia 
Bagaoum, Baoap . . 
Bagai, Bagai . . . 

Bagarda 

Bagasira, Oremamth 
Baghistane, Bintttm 
Bagradaa PL . . . 
Bagradaa PL, .svvv/f . 
Bagradaa l'l., Nabon 

Bagrum 

Banyrsa 

BaiflB, Bain . . . 

BaifiB, JJai/a.l . . . 

'BaiooaaaeSj ('ah a- i 

dot and OJM . I 

Balaca E, Seukelipar 

Balah 

BalansD, Banitu . . 

Balarotb l'l., Sank . 
Balbura, Morsum 
Balcea, Baii-ketri 

Bah arcs I. (qua? et 
Gymnasia), Ba- 
learic Is. . . . 

Balepatria . . . 

Balita, Coulan . . 
Ballanstra . . . 
Ballenas Costa, 

( 'osta llainera . 
Ballene, Frendak 
Balneum Regis, ) 

Bagnarea . . \ 
Baloie, I'uraslouka , 
Balonga .... 

Balsa, Tarira . . 
Balyki PL, Marro- 

zu m mono . . 
Balzanum, Iiotzen 
B tmbotUB Fl. . . 
Bambyce, v. Iliera- 1 

polis .... | 
Bamoth Baal . . 
liana, vol Kataba . 
Banasa, Mehedia . 
Banatna, Bon Ness 
Banavasi . . . 
Banchis, Tatnieh . 
♦Banizomeneis 
Bannae, vel Bena . 
Bannavantum, near 

Davcntrg . . . 
Bantia .... 
*Banturari ... 
*Banubari . . . 
Baphyras Fl. . . 
Barace P. . . . 
Barace I. ... 
Barares, v. Canthi ] 

Sinus . . . . } 
Baracura . . . 
Barange .... 
Baratbia .... 
Barathra S. . . 
Barathra, Kara- ) 

bounar . . . . ) 
Baraza .... 
•Barbaria, v. Azania 
Barbariana . . . 
Barbaricus Sinus . 
Barbaridon Emp., 

Tatta . . . 
Barbarium Prom., 

C. Espichel 

Barce 

Barcino, v. Faven- 

tia, Barcelona . 
*Barcitae .... 
Bardaxemia . . . , 
Barderatae, Bra . , 
Bardincs FL, Bar- ) 

rada . . . . ) 
Barduli, Barletta 
Bargasa, Port Giova 
Bargus FL, Papasli , 

Bargylia 

Bargyliacus Sinus, ] 

Mandelyah . . \ 
Bargytus M., Jebel 

en Nusairiyeh . 
Baria, Vera . . . 

Bariana 

Baris 

Barium, Bari . . . 
Barna, vel Badara . 
Barophta, Baghdad . 

Baruca 

Barussac Iae., Nicobar 



Lat. 



.'I 19 N 
;.-. 1 1 n 

il 80 N 
25 1J N 

;i j; n 
19 ON 
35 40 X 
• 
.'.'.t 1 1 X 
10 (i X 
10 !•' X 

10 5N 

81 19 X 

35 11 X 

36 20 X 

37 10 X 
89 18 X 

21 15 X 
8 30 X 
19 58 X 

43 51 N 



35 20 

42 38 

44 II 

7 

37 9 

37 15 N 

16 89 X 

13 30 X 

36 20 

31 39 

14 
34 20 
57 25 
18 25 
20 34 
28 33 



Long. 



6 


\Y 




6 45 1. 








9 3o E 


B 1 5 E 


§8 01 E 


89 80 E 


45 7 


E 


11 4 


E 




i; 



40 
72 90 

35 55 

17 

29 19 

27 48 

3 



70 25 

11 55 

23 

7 54 

6 

12 5 

,17 34 

01 35 E 

7 80 W 

21 55 



36 16 


X 


52 15 


X 


40 45 


N 


34 40 


N 


24 30 


X 


40 9 


X 


15 25 


X 


22 20 


X 


22 45 


X 


21 30 


N 


37 58 


N 


32 25 


X 


31 15 


X 


37 40 


X 


41 2 


X 


3 


N 


36 20 


X 


1 


s 


24 45 


X 


38 24 


X 


32 30 


X 


41 23 


X 


32 20 


X 


23 


N 


44 44 


N 


33 35 


N 


41 21 


N 


37 4 


N 


42 15 


X 


37 11 


N 


37 10 


N 


35 25 


N 


37 13 


N 


34 43 


N 


37 47 


X 


41 8 


X 


25 15 


x 


33 25 


X 


40 4 


X 


9 15 


X 



11 20 
16 30 

38 10 



35 57 
44 27 

6 38 \V 
4 12 W 

74 

30 59 

36 10 

37 25 



1 8 

20 46 
1 
37 30 
22 30 
74 10 

69 

70 

22 15 
54 58 



of 
Map. 



I.') 
32 



5E 
0E 



33 42 

44 31 

41 
5 15 

42 30 

68 

9 25 

21 2 

2 9 

21 

69 25 
7 58 

36 17 

16 20 
28 20 

26 30 

27 40 

27 20 

36 20 

1 55 

42 28 
30 50 
16 56 
62 47 
44 29 
48 45 
93 



INDEX. 



Place. 



Barygaza, Baroche . 
Barygazenus Sinus. \ 

Cambay . . . ) 
Barza, Berozeh . . 
*Basanarae, Burmah 
Basanitus Lapis M. . 
Basante ad, Grada- 1 

chatz . . . . J 

•Bashan 

Basilia, Basle . . . 
Basilicus Sinus . . 
Basilippo . . . • 
Basilis, Kuruuiu . . 

Basistis 

Bas^a, Cabrutee . . 
♦Bassachitae . . . 

Bassania 

Bassiana, Bexiana . 
Bassiana, Sarvar . . 
Ba^ta, Vaste . . . 
*Eastarnae . . . . 
Basti, Baza . . . . 
*Bastitani, Granada 
*Bastuli, Granada . 
Bata, Coimbatoor . . 
•Batanaea . . . . 
Bata va Castra, Passa u 

•Batavi 

Eatavodurum . . . 
Batavorum Oppidum 

Bathnea 

Bathynias Fl 



Lat. 



?! 50 N 



Batuyra, v. E ba- > 

tana, Bethyna . ( 
Bathys, vel Hera 

clius Fl. • . . 
Batiss, L'astri . . 

Batiana 

*Batini, Glogau . . 
Batinus FL, Trontino 

Batnae 

Bat a Sabbes . . . 
Batracharta . . . . 
Batracbus P. . . . 

♦Batri 

Batthina 

Batua, Botti . . . 
Batulum, Padula 
Baudisus, v. Bautes \ 

Fl ] 

Baulis, Bacolo . . . 

BautiC 

Bautisi Fons . . . 
Bazacata I., Cheduba 

Beana 

Beatia, Baeza . . . 

Bebaraci L 

Bcbii M., Tzerna 

Gora .... 
Becius Mons, Wush- 

uttee .... 
Bedecis Fl., Ronco 
Bedriacum, Cividate 
Beeroth, Bireh . . 
Beersheba, v. Ber- ) 

sabe, Bir es Seba S 

Begorra 

Begor rites Ptus., ] 

Kitvini L. . . \ 
Belbina L, S. Gior- ] 

gio d Arbor a . ) 

Belea 

Beleia, Arganzon 
Belemma, M. Khel- 1 

mos ) 

Belesi-biblada . . . 
•Belgoe, Somerset- \ 

shire, Wilis, and > 

Hants . . . . ) 
•Belgica Prima . . 
•Belgica Secunda . . 
Belia, Belchitc . . 
Beliandrum, Grades 
Belias, vel Bulica ) 

Fl., Belicha . . S 
Belisama iEstuar , ] 

Mersey . . . ) 
•Bellovaci, Oise . . 
Belus Fl., Nahr ] 

Naman . . . ) 
Bematra Hatris, v. 

Hatra, Al Hadhr 
Bena, vel Bannee . 
Benaeus Lacus, L. 

di Garda . . , 
Benda FL, Beema . 
Benebarnum, Ostites 



h:0 

36 
22 30 
24 5 

•14 50 

32 55 
47 34 

37 20 
37 31 
37 27 

39 53 

10 35 

31 10 
41 44 
44 46 

47 15 

40 3 
49 
37 28 
37 20 
36 5U 

11 20 

33 

48 30 

52 
51 57 
51 52 
34 

41 5 

32 51 

41 35 

39 14 

44 43 
51 

42 42 

36 30 

26 10 
30 35 
32 12 

30 10 
29 38 
42 5 

41 11 

40 

40 48 

45 58 

34 20 
18 50 

31 20 

37 58 

36 17 

13 53 

27 50 

44 15 

45 4 
31 55 

31 16 
40 35 

40 35 

37 29 

47 51 

42 47 

37 17 

34 29 

51 10 

49 20 

50 

41 20 

46 56 

36 25 

53 24 
49 30 

32 55 

35 33 

36 16 
45 40 

17 20 

43 28 



Long. 


73 15 


E 


72 


]-; 


46 4 


E 


97 


E 


33 17 


E 


18 15 


E 


36 


E 


7 37 


E 


27 20 


E 


5 40 


\V 


22 4 


E 


63 32 


E 


72 45 


E 


24 


E 


19 42 


E 


20 2 


E 


16 55 


E 


18 23 


E 


30 


E 


2 52 


W 


3 


W 


4 40 


w 


77 


E 


35 55 


R 


13 20 


E 


5 


E 


5 31 


E 


5 41 


E 


36 6 


E 


28 30 


E 


36 2 


E 


42 15 


E 


20 4r 


E 


4 53 


K 


16 25 


E 


13 50 


E 


37 36 


E 


56 18 


E 


46 42 


E 


23 20 


E 


63 


E 


53 20 


E 


19 20 


E 


14 46 


E 


11 30 


E 


14 3 


E 


6 8 


E 


91 30 


E 


93 30 


E 


45 6 


E 


3 27 


W 


41 10 


E 


17 40 


E 


63 30 


E 


12 15 


E 


10 29 


E 


35 13 


E 


34 51 


E 


21 55 


E 


21 57 


E 


23 55 


E 


2 27 


E 


2 51 


w 


22 13 


E 


41 24 


E 


2 


w 


6 


E 


3 


E 


44 


W 


14 9 


E 


39 


E 


3 


W 


2 


E 


35 10 


E 


42 45 


E 


37 25 


E 


10 40 


E 


76 


E 


43 


W 



No. 
of 

M;n> 

25 

25 

22 
2.3 
18 

15 

20 

13 

9 

16 

7 
24 
25 
17 
1(1 
15 
15 
5 
1 

16 
16 
16 
25 
20 
15 
14 
13 
13 
21 
10 

20 
22 



13 
16 

7 

22 

11 

13 
13 
16 

15 

22 

11 
13 

20 

22 

21 

3 

25 
13 



» ■ • • • i 
e, vel Beer- ) 
\, Bir es > 



PI* re. 

Berevcntum, Bene- 1 

V€)l^> . . . . J 
*BenjaniiQ Tribus 
*Benl:iMiu, Tyrol . 
Benna, Bazarjik . 

Bent't 

Eerabonna, Barabon 
Bercetum, Berceto 
Bereorates, Bisca- 

rosse .... 
Beregra .... 
Berenice, priusEzi- 

ongeber, Akabah 
Berenice . . . 
Berenice, v. Hespe- ) 

rides, Ben Ghazi ] 
Berezeos .... 
Berge, Marsa Zou- 

raik 

Bergidum . . . 
Bergium, Bamberg . 
Bergomum, Bergamo 
Bergula, Burgaz . . 
Bergusia, Ba'laguer . 
Bergusium, Bour- i 

gouin . . . . ) 
Berobe, Mergue . . 
BerOe, postea Bery- \ 

tus, Beirut . . 
Bercea, vel Cbaly- 

bon, Aleppo . . 
Bercea .... 
*Berones, Burgos . 
Berrbcea, Kara \ 

Verea 
Bersabe, vel Beer- 
sheba, 

Seba 
Bersovia 
Bertiscas M. . . 
Bcrubium Prom., ) 

Ness Head . . \ 
Berytus Felix Julia, 

prius Beroe, Bei- 
rut 

Besa post Antinoe, 

Sheikh Abadeh . 
Btsabde .... 
Besbicus I., Kalo- 

limni .... 
*Besengitis . . . 
Besidiae, Bisignano . 
Besor Torr., Wadxj ) 

Sheriah . . . ( 
Bessafrara, Bazardjik 

*Bessi 

Besynga, Zittaung . 
Besvnga FL, Zittaung 

*Betasii 

Bethagla 

Bethanath . . . . 
Bethania, ElAziriyeh 
Beth Auna, vel 

Anatho, An ah 
Bethar, Barin . . . 
Beth Arbel, Irbid . 
Bethbarah Torrens . 
Bethcherem . . . 
Beth Dagon, Beit ] 

Dejan . . . . ) 
Bethel v. Luz, Beitin 
Beth Gamul . . . 
Bethjesimoth . . . 
Bethlehem, Beit ] 

Lahm . . . . ) 
Beth Nimra . . . 
Beth Nimrah, Nimrin 
Bethogla, Ain Hajla 
BethoronSup.,£t>iY \ 

UrelFoka . . \ 
Bethoron Inf., Beit J 

Ur el Tahla . j 
Bethpalet . . . . 
Beth-peor . . . . 
Beth-peor . . . . 
Bethphage . . . . 
Be^hsalisa . . . . 
Bethshemesh, Ain 

Shems .... 
Bethshemesh . . 
BethTappuah, Teffuh 

Bethulia 

Bethzur, Ed Dirweh 

Betonim 

Bettigo M., Ghauts . 
Betunia, La Baneza 
Beudcs Vetus . . . 



Lat. 



41 8 

31 50 
47 10 

39 17 
34 16 
18 12 
44 32 

44 24 

42 37 
29 30 
23 5.5 

32 10 

33 5 

32 27 

42 44 

49 54 

45 44 
41 24 
41 50 

45 33 

12 

33 51 

36 11 

41 30 

42 30 

40 33 

31 16 

45 28 
42 30 

58 25 
33 51 

27 50 

37 18 

40 30 

18 
39 30 

31 22 

42 7 N 

41 45 N 
17 40 N 

19 ON 

50 52 N 

31 23 N 

32 57|N 
31 47 N 



Long. 



14 20 



32 20 

32 51JN 
32 10 N 

31 40 ( N 

32 ON 

31 55 N 
31 18|N 
31 49 ( N 

31 43:N 

32 28|N 
31 56 N 
31 50 ( N 

31 53 jN 

31 54 N 

31 7,N 
31 48 ( N 
31 34|N 

31 48IN 

32 10.N 

31 45!N 

32 58|N 

31 33 N 

32 52JN 

31 37IN 

32 24 N 
17 ON 
42 16|N 

38 5o;n 



14 38 

35 15 
11 

29 58 

4 32 
94 30 

io o 

1 6 

13 45 
35 4 
35 24 

20 7 
9 12 

14 49 

6 40 

10 57 

9 39 

27 21 
44 

5 18 
98 35 
35 30 

37 12 

25 
3 30 

22 18 

34 51 

21 10 
19 50 

3 

35 30 

30 59 
40 38 

28 32 

97 

16 22 

34 35 



E 

E 

E 
E 

E 

24 30 E 
24 20 E 
97 0E 
96 20;E 
5 0E 

34 17 E 

35 25 E 
35 17 E 

41 45 E 

35 l'E 
35 31 E 
35 22 E 
35 15|E 

34 51 E 

35 15 E 
35 49 E 
35 39 E 

35 13 E 

35 39 E 
35 36 E 
35 33:E 

35 9 E 



35 7 

34 4 

35 39 

36 1 
35 20 
35 6 

34 59 

35 25 
35 6 
35 26 
35 9 
35 50 
74 

6 
30 50 



No. 

of 

Map 



Place. 



Eczabile, Jezireh ) 

Hm Omar . . . j 
Biabanna . . . 
Biandina, Pyrgo . 
Bias FL, Djune 
Bibacta Prom. . . 
Bibacum, Anspach 
Bibaga I. ... 
Bibasis, v. Hypha- '\ 

sis FL, Began . ] 

Bibla 

Bibracte, postea 

August odunum , 

Autun . . . 
Bibracte, Gt. Wick- \ 

ham . . . . ] 
Bibrax, Laon . . . 

Bicnon 

Bida, Magrouah . . 
Bidaium, Altcnmarkt 
Eidis, S. G. di Bidini 

Bitnna 

Bigerra, Bogarra . . 
*Bigerrones, Upr. ] 

Pyrenees . . ) 
Bigestae, Otrich . . 
Bileena, Jilla Ogeia . 
Bilbilis, Paracuellos 
Bilitio, Bellinzona . 
Billseus FL, Filiyas 
Bilubium, Vitrinieh 
Bingium, Bingen . . 

Bireum 

Biriciana, Burkheim 
Birtha, v. Apamea, 

Birehjik . . . 
Birzimmium . . 
Bis, v. Abiste . . 
*Bisaltia .... 
Bisanthe, postea 

Khoedestus, Ro- 

dosto .... 
Biscurgis . . . 
Bistonis P., Bou- 1 

rikhane . . . \ 
Bistue Nova, Neve- 

siqne .... 

Bithia 

Bithiga .... 
*Bithynia . . . 
Bithynium, postea 

Clautliopolis, 

Gheirah ... 
Biturgia .... 
*Bituriges, Indre 
*Bituriges, Gironde 
Bituriges, antea A- \ 

xnricum,Bouj ges \ 
Biunau .... 
Bizjothjah . . . 
Bizone, Kavarna 

Bezye 

*Blaene .... 
Blanda, Maratea . 
Blanda, Bla?ies 
Blandiana, Balamar 
Blandona, Zara 

Vecchia . . 
Blandos . . . 
♦Blanii . . . 
Blariacum . . 
Blatum Bulgium, 

Middleby . . 
Blaundus . . . . 
Blavia, Port Louis . 
Blavia, Blaye . . . 
*Blemmyes . . . . 
Blendium . . . . 
Blera, Biedu . . . 
Blestium, Monmouth 
Bletisama. Lcdesma . 
*Bliulei, El Ahsa . . 
Boactes FL, Vara 
Boates, v. Boh, La 

Tete de Buck . 
Bobium, Bobbio . 
Boderia, vel Bodo- 

tria iEst., Frith 

of Forth . . . 
Bodincomagus, vel \ 

Industria, Mon- > 

teu ) 

Bcese, Kyparivia . 
Bceaticus Sinus, 

Vatika . . . 
Bcebe, Kerkion 
Boebeis L., Karlas 



Lat. 




37 10 N 


25 16 N 


36 45 N 


36 59 N 


24 50 N 


49 21 N 


24 42 N 


30 25 N 


31 45jN 


46 56 N ! 


51 21 N 


49 36 N 


35 17|N 


36 20 'N 


48 0!N 


37 3 


N 


35 1 


N 


38 40 


N 


43 


N 


43 12 


N 


25 31 


N 


41 20 


N 


46 16 


N 


41 10 


N 


43 30 


N 


49 58 


N 


44 52 


N 


48 35 


N 


37 3 


N 


42 40 


X 


30 50 


N 


40 45 


N 


40 59 


N 


41 16 


N 


41 3 


N 


43 18 


X 


34 50 


X 


36 40 


X 


40 20 


X 


40 26 


X 


43 30 


X 


46 47 


X 


44 50 


X 


47 8 


X 


35 31 


X 


31 19 


X 


43 27 


X 


41 31 


X 


41 35 


X 


39 57 


X 


41 41 


X 


45 59 


X 


43 56 


X 


39 26 


X 


53 30 


X 


51 26 


X 


55 3 


X 


38 24 


X 


47 44 


X 


45 9 


X 


20 


X 


43 21 


X 


42 13 


X 


51 49 


X 


41 16 


X 


22 40 


X 


44 11 


X 


44 37 


X 


44 47 


X 


56 


N 


45 12 


X 


36 31 


X 


36 30 


X 


39 29 


X 


39 30 


X 



Long 




No- 
of 




Map. 


42 9E 


22 


46 12 E 


23 


22 4!) E 


7 


21 50 E 


7 


66 30 E 


25 


10 23 E 


14 


66 30 E 


24 


73 0E 


25 


44 58 E 

| 


22 


4 20 E 


13 


43 


\Y 


11 


3 35 


E 


13 


23 31E 


9 


3 23|E 


17 


12 34 E 


15 


14 58 


E 


5 


25 25 


E 


9 


2 17 


W 


16 


20 


\Y 


13 


17 25 


E 


15 


50 15 


E 


23 


1 34 


W 


16 


8 58 


E 


15 


32 10 


E 


19 


16 5!) 


E 


15 


7 48 


E 


14 


28 4 


E 


10 


11 


E 


15 


38 2 


E 


22 


19 44 


E 


15 


63 17 


E 


24 


23 30 


E 


10 


27 30 


E 


10 


25 


E 


16 


25 10 


E 


10 


18 14 


E 


15 


46 30 


E 


24 


41 52 


E 


22 


30 30 


E 


19 


30 28 


E 


19 


11 25 


E 


3 


1 40 


E 


13 


40 


E 


13 


2 30 


E 


13 


40 8 


E 


22 


34 22 


E 


20 


28 20 


E 


10 


27 51 


E 


10 


33 20 


E 


19 


15 47 


E 


5 


2 51 


E 


16 


23 30 


E 


10 


15 30 


E 


15 


37 7 


E 


19 


7 


\V 


12 


6 5 


E 


13 


3 17 


w 


12 


29 25 


E 


19 


3 15 


W 


13 


34 


w 


13 


34 


E 


1 


4 10 


W 


16 


12 3 


E 


4 


2 42 


W 


11 


6 


W 


16 


52 45 


E 


23 


9 50 


E 


3 


1 10 


w 


13 


9 24 


E 


3 


3 


W 


12 


7 58 


E 


3 


23 4 


E 


7 


23 


E 


7 


22 52 


E 


8 


22 45 E 

1 


8 



INDEX. 



Fiace. 



•Boemi, vcl Marco 
manni . . . 

•Bceotia 

Bogadia 

Bogadium, Bentheim 

• Boicmum.ubiMar- 
comanni,v.Boemi, 
Bohemia . . . 

►Boii, Modena, fyc. . 

•Boii, Allier . . . 

Boii, v. Boatcs, La ) 
Tete de Buck . S 

Boiodurura, Innsiadt 

Boiorum Descrta . . 

Boium 

Bola, Poll . . . . 

Bolandum . . . . 

Bolbc, Bctchik . . . 

Bolbe Ps., Betchik L. 

Hi ilb. tine, Rosetta . 

Bolbitium Ost.j Ro- ) 
sett a Mth. . . S 

Bolcntia, Xuto Berdo 

Bolcrium, v. Anti- 
vrstcDum Prom., 
Land's End . . 

Boii 

Boline .... 

Bolissus, Voliso . 

•Bolitae .... 

Bomium, Ewenny 

Bomium, Amourani 

Bona} l'ortunoe, vel 
Agatha Daemo- 
nos la., Great 
Andaman . . 

Bonchyris . . . 

Bonconica . . . 

Bondelia, Pedona 

Bonna, Bonn . . 

'Bonochoemce, Lu- 
satia, Saxony, 
fc 

Bononia, ohm Fel- 
sina, Bologna . 

Bononia, v. Milatis, 
Mohova . . . 

Bononia, olim Ge- 
soriacum, Bou- 
logne .... 

Bononia, Banons . 

Bopos 

Borbetomagus, \ 
posteaVangioncs, > 
Worms . . . ) 

Borcovicus . . . 

Borealis, Oceanus . 

Boreum Prom., ) 
MalinHd. . . j 

Boreum Ostium ) 
(DanubiiFl.) . | 

Boreum Prom., Bas 
Teyonas . . . 

*Borgi .... 

Bormonis Aquae, 
Bourbon I'Ar- 
chambault . . 

Bornos, vel Ganos, 
Ganos .... 

Borrama . . . 

Borsippa 

Bortina, Almudebar . 

Borvonis Aquae, \ 
Bourbonne les > 
Bains . . . . ) 

Borysthenes Fl. . . 

Bosporus Cimmerias . 

Bosporus Thracius, \ 
v. Mysius, v.Chal- I 
cedoniae, Chan. I 
of Constantinople ) 

BostrenusFl., Nahr ) 
el Auly . . . ) 

Botrys, El Batrun . 

Boum 

Bovianum, Boiano . 

Bo villae, C. Frattochie 

Bovium, Banchor 

Bozrah 

♦Bracalii, Galicia 

Bracara Augusta, ) 
Braga . . . . i 

Bracchium, Bain- \ 
bridge . . . . ) 

*Brachmani, Thibet . 

Brachodes Prom., > 
Ras Kapoudiah ) 



Lat. 



49 20 

38 20 

36 15 
52 21 

49 50 

44 20 

46 40 

44 37 

48 30 

47 30 
38 39 
41 54 
40 8 
40 40 
40 38 
31 23 

31 26 

45 48 

50 3 

37 26 

38 18 
38 29 
34 45 

51 26 
38 41 



12 

32 14 

49 51 
43 53 

50 43 



51 30 

44 31 

45 15 

50 44 
43 59 



N 
N 

X 

N 

26 13 1 N 

49 41 N 

55 2N 
65 ON 



55 25 

45 10 

32 

33 30 

46 35 

40 45 

34 29 
32 22 
42 

47 56 



Long. 



50 0|N 
45 ON 



41 10 



33 35 



34 15 
44 19 
41 28 
41 47 

53 

30 50 
41 40 

41 32 

54 17 

31 

35 12 



14 

23 20 

60 50 

7 17 

14 15 

11 
3 20 

1 10 

13 24 

16 30 

22 22 

12 53 
43 14 

23 28 
23 30 
30 25 

30 25 

17 48 

5 43 

23 11 

21 52 
25 59 
67 

3 31 

22 2 



93 

23 15 
8 19 

10 20 
7 3 

14 20 

11 19 
19 15 

1 36 



22 56 E 
32 29 E 



8 20 

2 15 
5 

7 26 

29 35 

19 55 
63 

3 4 



33 


5 41 


32 





37 





29 


5 


3.3 


30 


35 


40 


20 


56 


14 


22 


12 


31 


2 


57 


35 


46 


8 





8 


20 


2 


1 


90 





11 


5 



27 19 E 

35 54 E 
44 16 E 



No 

of 

Map. 



11 



"A 



Place. 



BradanusFL,.Bran- ) 

dttno . . . . ( 
Bragodurum,poetea i 

Samulocenau . i 
Bramagara, Sa- 

dtuihagwr . . 
Brannogeniuin, vcl 

Bravinium,Z,e/if- 

toardine . . . 
Branodunum, 

Brancastcr . . 
BrasisB, v. Presto, 

lndreas . . . 

Bratananium, KeiU 

berg .... 
Brattia, Brazza . 

Bratuspantium, 

Breteuih • • . 
Brauron, Vraona . 
Bravinium, v. Bran- 

nogenium, Lent- 

wardine . . . 
Brcgetio, Fuzto 
Bremcnium, Rie 

Chester 
Brcntonicum, 

Brentoniko . . ( 
*Brconcs, v. Bren- j 

ni, Switzerland \ 
•Breuci, Selavonia 
Breviodurum, Pont ) 

Audemer . . . ) 
•Brigantes, Forkah. 
•Brigantes, Water-} 

ford . . . . j 
Brigantia, Bregenz 
•Brigantii, Switz- 
erland, fyc, 
Brigantinus 

MagnusP 
Brigantinus, v. Vc 

nctus Lacus, L. 

of Constance, or 

Boden See . , 
Brigantium, Betanzos 
Brige, Wt.Broughton 
Brigecium, Herreros 
Brigobanne, ) 

Braunlingcn . ) 
Brigus Fl., Barrow . 
♦Briniates Apenni- ] 

ni, Genoa . . | 
Briniavae, Chip. 1 

Warden . . . j 

Brisa Pr 

Brisiacus Mons, ) 

Neuf Brisac . ) 
*Britanni, So/nine 
•Britannia Prima 
♦BritanniaSecunda, ) 

Wales .... | 
Brivas, Brioude 



citz- ) 

is, vcl ) 
P.,Ferrol j 



Lat. 

40 30 
13 B 
11 IS 

52 21 

52 57 

37 22 

47 50 
43 20 
49 3 
37 54 

52 24 

17 45 
55 14 

45 53 

46 50 

45 20 
49 20 
54 10 
52 15 

47 28 
47 20 

43 35 

47 35 

43 15 

51 5 
42 

47 50 

52 10 



>\ 



BrivatesP., v. Geso- ] 

brinates, Brest . ) 
Brivodurum, Briare 
Brixellum, Bresello . 
*Brixentes, Tyrol 
Brixia, Brescia . . 

BrixiaFl 

Brizana Fl 

Brocavum,.SroM(7Aa»i 
Brocomagus . . . 
Bromagus . . . . 
Brongus, v. Margus ] 

Fl., Ibar . . . j 
Brovonacae, Kirby 

Thurc . 
Brucla 
Brundulus P., Porto 

Brondolo ... 
Brundusium, Brindisi 
*Bruttium, Calabria . 
Bruttosaha . . . . 
Bryanium. . . . . 

Bryazon 

Brychon Fl. . . . 

Brygias 

Bryseae 

Brystacia, Umbriatico 
Buana, Bitlis . . . 

Buba 

Bubala Caput . . . 
Bubasticus Fl. . . . 

Bubastis 

Bubinda, Boyne . . 

Bubo Fl 

Birca, S. M. di Penna 



44 25 N 



48 

50 10 

51 

52 30 

45 15 
48 25 

47 40 

44 55 

46 50 

45 32 
30 30 
30 10 
54 37 

48 44 

46 39 

42 40 

54 36 
46 16 
45 10 

40 37 

39 
34 10 

40 43 

40 47 
39 25 

41 1 
36 58 
39 24 
38 25 
36 50 
45 35 
30 50 
30 30 

53 40 

55 

42 10 



Long. 

16 39 
9 5 

71 21 

2 50 

39 

22 48 

11 40 

16 40 
2 13 

23 59 

2 50 

18 15 
2 12 

10 53 

9 40 

18 

28 
2 

8 

9 45 

9 30 

8 15 

9 30 

8 12 

1 32 

5 46 

8 29 

6 5C 

9 30 

1 18 
25 58 

7 33 

2 

2 

3 30 

3 20 

4 34 

2 45 

10 30 

11 30 
10 12 
48 30 
50 30 

2 43 
7 42 
6 56 

22 20 

2 34 

23 38 

12 19 

18 

16 30 
35 39 
21 36 
29 49 
23 7 

21 1 

22 25 

17 
42 5 
37 52 
21 15 
32 5 
31 2 

6 40 
20 3 
14 44 



of 

Map 



i:> 
15 
13 
11 
12 
15 
15 

16 

15 

16 

11 
16 

11 

12 

3 

11 
9 
E 13 



Pr. 



Ka- 



riaee. 



Boo in i I., /. 
Buooonia .... 
Bucephala, Jhylum 
Buoephalum Pr. . . 
Bucephalum Pr, . 
Bucolonpolis . . 

Bucra Prom., Capo I 
Scalambri . . j 
Budini M. . . . 
BudorUjum, v. Bu- i 

dorg B, Prague . ) 

Budorua ..... 
Budorua PL . . 

Budua, vcl Burdova 
Bulica, v. Bella* 11., i 
Belxcha . . . \ 
Bulis 

Bulla, Uoal . . . 
Bulkcuin, vcl Bur- 
riuin, / .s^ . . 
Bunima .... 
Bunohora . . . 

Buphagiom . . . 
Buphagoi 11. 
Buporthmua 

Muzai/ii . 

Buprasium . 

Bnra . . . 
Buraicus PL, 
larri/ta 

Burburaoa . 
Burdextram . . . 

Burdigala, Bordeaux 

Bunlova, vcl Budua . 

Borgenia . . . . 

*Burgundioncs, 
Pour ^Neumark 

Burgas, Bourg . . 

Burnum, Knin . . 

Barridara, Barmy 1 . 

•Burridensii . . . 

Burrium, vcl Bui- ) 
IsBnm, U»k . . J 

Buitudizum . , . 

Burum, Vivtro . . 

Busiris, Abousir . . 

Buthrotum, Butrmto 

Buticus, v. Scbcn- ) 
nytus L., Bourlos ) 

Butos, Bourlos . . 

Butrium 

Butuntum, Bitonto 

Buzentum Prom., 
Pyxus, Policastro 

Buxcta, Busseto . 

By bios, Babel . . 

By bios, Jcbail . . 

Bylazora, vel Ana- 
vasarum . . . 

Byllis, Gradista . 

Byrchanis, vcl Fa- 
baria I., Borkuni 

Bythias .... 

•Byzacium, v. Em- 
poria . 

Byzacina 

Byzantium, prius "| 
Lygos, postea 
Constantinopolis, 
Stamboul, or Con- 
stantinople . . 

*Byzeres .... 



Lat. 



fnfj 



':] 



1 1 i 

57 51 

) 4 

36 25 

K 1 
:;t, 28 

51 48 

37 33 
37 33 

37 21 



38 8 
U 28 

11 4 

39 
15 

52 20 

45 2 

11 2 
1131 
45 55 

51 43 

41 25 

43 39 

30 

39 45 

31 20 

31 22 

44 33 
41 7 

40 1 

45 
30 43 
34 5 

41 30 



40 32 X 



53 38 
41 6 
34 
34 3 

41 

40 50 



12 22 K 

11 1. 

23 8 1- 

M •; i. 

11 31 1. 
31 £ 

11 M E 

8 n vs 

2 80W 

.1 20 1. 

(i 16 W 

2J j u 

2a ie 

22 l" 
22 16 

28 M 

26 .'- i; 
35 W 



6 41 

2o ■:: 

15 40 



o ;;i w 
16 9 E 
21 13 1. 
E 



25 20 

2 50 

27 5 

7 3.'; 

31 12 

20 2 

31 

31 

12 12 
16 41 

15 34 

10 5 
31 

35 35 

21 40 
19 43 

6 45 

29 1 
9 30 
9 40 



28 58 
40 10 



No 



C. 



•Cabadene . . . , 
Cabalaca . . . . , 
♦Cabalia . . . . , 
Caballucome . . 
Cabalsi . . . . , 
Cabana . . . . , 
Cabana . . . . 
Caberasa .... 
Cabira, Tepe Ashlar 
Cabira, post Sebas- \ 

tc, Siwas . . . ) 
Cabrasa .... 
Caburro, Cavour . 
Cabylae .... 
Cachura .... 
Cacyrum, Casaro . 
Cadara .... 
Cadmus FL . . . 
•Cadurci, Avnjron 
Cadurci, olim Ui- ) 

vona, Cahors . ) 



28 


N 


59 40 


E 


43 10 


N 


47 5i' 


E 


37 20 


N 


29 50 


E 


38 18 


X 


32 57 


E 


24 


X 


34 48 


E 


23 59 


N 


53 32 


E 


25 29 


X 


66 10 


E 


33 31 


X 


47 55 


i; 


40 41 


X 


36 59 


E 


39 39 


X 


36 55 


E 


31 1 


X 


30 54 


E 


44 42 


X 


7 29 


£ 


42 41 


X 


26 36 


E 


39 5 


X 


39 20 


i: 


37 7 


X 


14 56 


£ 


24 1 


X 


53 2 


E 


39 40 


X 


20 17 


E 


44 20 


X 


1 30 


E 


44 20 


X 


1 5S 


£ 



10 



INDEX. 



Place. 



st.) 



*Cadusii 

Carlyanda, Huzumli . 
Cadyta,postJerusalem 

Caecise I 

CaeciliaCastra, Caceres 
Caecilionicum • . . 
Caecinum, Satriano . 
Caeduum, Dulmen . 
Caelianim, Satriano . 
Caenae, Scnn . . . 
Caenopolis, v. Nova ) 

Civitas, Kenneh. ) 
Caenum . . . . . 
Ca3re, Cerveteri . . 
Caesarea I., Jersey 
Caesarea Palaestina, ) 

Kaisariyeh . . j 
Caesarea Philippi.v. ) 

Paneas, Banias ) 
Caesariana, Casal j 

Nuovo . . . . ) 
*CaesariensisFlavia, j 

Mid. England . j 
*Caesariensis Max- j 

ima, N. England ) 
Ceesaris "Via . . . . 
Caesarodunum,post. ) 

Turones, Tours, j 
Caesaromagus, 1 

Chelmsford . . j 
Caesaromagus, post. 

Bellovaci, Beau 

vais . . . 
Caesena, Cesena 
Caferomanum, Gar- ) 

fagnano . . . ) 
*Cagulatae, El Femen 
Caicinus Fl., Amen- ) 

dolla .... | 
Caicus Fl., Bakhir J 

Chai . . . . j 
Cajeta, Gael a . . . 
Cajetanus S., G. di 1 

Gaeta . . . . J 
Calaa, Kalat al Wad. 
CalabedaFl. . . . 
♦Calabri, Terra di \ 

Otranto . . . ) 
Calacta, Caronia . . 
Caladunum, Caldas . 
Calaei, Kilhat . . . 
Calagorris, Cazeres . 
Calagurris, Calahorra 
Calama, Kalamet . . 

Calamae 

Calamum, Kalamun. 
Calancorura, Wit- ) 

tenberg . . . ) 
Calasarna, Campana . 
Calathe, v. Galata I. . 
Calatia, Gallazze . . 
Calatia, Calazzo . . 
Calauria I., Poros 

Calbis 

Calbis Fl., Thavas . 

Calcario 

Cale Parembole . . 
•Caledonia, Scotland. 
Calela, Casa Calenda. 
Calentes Aquae, i 

Chaudes Aigues. ) 
Cales, Calvi . . . 
*Caleti, Seine Inf. . 

Caletra 

Calicandrua . . . . 
Caliga, Kuttack . . 

Calinga 

•Calingae 

•Calingii, El Ahsa . 

Calingon P 

Calinapaxa, Kanoge . 
Calisia, Kalisch . . 
•Callaeci, Galicia . . 
Callatis, v. Cerastia, 

Auran Kichla . 
Calle, Oporto . . 
Calleva, Silchester 

Calliae 

Calliana .... 
♦Callicaeni . . . 
Callicula M. . . . 
Callidromus Mons, ) 

Katavothra . . \ 
Callifae, Calvisi 
Calligeris, Culburga 
Calligicum Pr., Ca- 

lymere .... 



Lat. 



38 30 

36 42 
31 47 

37 48 

39 2 

40 29 

38 40 

51 50 
40 24 

35 58 

26 10 

31 

42 1 
49 14 

32 32 

33 15 

40 13 

52 30 

54 
44 25 
47 24 

51 43 

49 25 

44 8 
44 9 
16 35 

37 55 

38 57 

41 18 
41 14 

34 53 
25 

40 35 

37 58 

41 45 
22 45 

43 12 

42 11 
25 28 
37 9 
32 47 

51 41 

39 26 
37 32 
41 2 
41 11 
37 32 

36 49 

37 15 

43 23 
41 
57 
41 43 

44 49 

41 13 
49 50 

42 42 
13 25 
20 40 

18 20 

19 20 
25 28 

16 45 

27 2 
51 52 

42 20 

43 40 

41 
51 20 

37 44 
19 10 

40 45 

41 14 

38 44 

41 19 

17 40 

10 25 



Long. 



48 30 
29 18 
35 14 
23 15 

6 14 
5 59 

16 28 

7 16 
16 11 

43 21 

32 45 

20 18 

12 4 

2 10 

34 55 

35 40 
15 42 

1 

2 
12 17 

48 

26 

2 5 

12 14 
10 24 

44 30 
15 55 

27 20 

13 37 

13 40 

2 15 

92 

18 

14 26 

8 3 



59 
1 
2 

64 

22 



34 58 

12 50 

16 55 

8 53 

14 22 

14 17 

23 28 

28 42 

28 45 

5 16 

40 21 

4 

14 42 

3 



14 
1 

11 39 
71 
85 50 
84 15 
83 
48 35 
82 15 
79 50 
18 11 

7 30 

28 33 

8 30 
1 11 

22 5 
73 15 
20 45 
14 13 

22 30 

14 19 
76 

79 55 



N,>. 

of 

Map 

21 
1<) 
20 

7 
IG 
1G 

4 
14 

4 
22 

18 

17 

4 
13 

20 

20 

5 

12 

12 
3 

13 

11 

13 

3 
3 

23 
4 

19 

4 

4 

17 
2.3 



Place. 



Callininicum, v. Ni- 
cepborium, Rak- 
kah 

Callippo .... 

Callipolis, Mascoli 

Callipolis, Gallipoli 

Callirrhoe q. et An- 
tiochia,v.Edessa, 
Urfah .... 

Callirrhoe, v. Lasa 

Callis, Cagli . . 

Callis 

Callis tratia . . . 

Callium .... 

Calone, Cassel . . 

Calor Fl., Colore . 

Calor Fl , Calore . 

Calpe et Pr., Kirpe, \ 
or Ialandji Kef- > 
ken ) 

Calpe (Columna 
Herculis), Gib- 
raltar .... 

Calpurniana, El 1 
Carpio . . . ) 

*Ca\ucones, Lusatia ) 
and Glogau . . ) 

Calum Ost. (Danu 
bius Fl.) . . 

Calusiacum . . 

Calvisiana .... 

Calycadnus Fl., ] 
Ghiuk el Sou . ) 

Calydnae, v. Lagus- j 
sae I ) 

Calydon 

CalymnaL, Calamino 

Camara, S. Vene- \ 
rande . . . . \ 

Camaracum, Cambrai 

Camarata . . . . 

Caraareni Iae., Ca- ) 
maran . . . . ) 

Camarina, T. Ca- 
merina . . . 



Fl., 



Camatullici 
Cambalidus 

Bactiyari 
Cambe .... 
Cambes, Grt. Kembs 
Cambodunum, vel 

Camunlodunum, 

Slack .... 
Camboricum, Cam- 
bridge .... 
CambuniaMs. . . 
Cambyses Fl., Iora 
Cambysis .... 
Cambysum Ost., 

Roymungul . . 
Cameliomagus . . 
Camerte, Camarata 
Cameta .... 
Camicus, Castro . 
Camicus Fl., Naro 
Caminianum, Car- 

mignano . . . 
Caminas .... 
Camirus, Catniro . 
Camisa .... 
*Camisene . . . 
Camistrum . . . 
Camon .... 
Campana Via . . 
♦Campania, Terra 

di Lavoro . . 
Campanus Pons, S. 

Giovanni . . . 
*Campestris . . . 
Campi Rosei 
Campodunum, 

Kempten . . 
Campus Ariae . 
Campus Solonius . 
Campsa .... 
Campylus Fl., Ar- 

golianos . . . 
Camulodunum, 

Lexden . . . 
Camunlodunum, v. 

Cambodunum, 

Slack .... 
Cana, Cana el Jelil 
•Canaan .... 
Canales, ad, Campo- 

basso .... 
Canales, ad, Canile 



'.} 



Lat. 



35 58 

39 53 
37 42 

40 4 

37 7 

31 38 
43 31 

32 47 

41 59 
38 

51 28 
41 

40 28 

41 11 



36 10 



37 56 
52 

44 50 

49 51 

37 13 

36 25 

39 56 

38 24 

37 

35 10 

50 4 
35 25 

15 25 



36 50 
43 10 
31 30 

38 50 
47 43 

53 39 

52 11 

39 55 

41 30 

18 40 

20 40 

45 ( 

42 42 

43 45 

37 19 
37 17 

40 20 

31 46 
36 9 
39 35 

39 20 
43 42 

32 19 

40 5 

41 



Long. 



41 


7 


37 

42 28 


47 45 


33 6 
41 43 
40 25 


38 


52 


51 


51 


53 


39 


32 
33 


50 



41 


34 


10 


34 



39 3 

8 41 
15 11 
18 2 

38 50 

35 42 
12 36 

21 6 
33 21 

22 15 
6 39 

15 
15 11 

30 19 



5 18 



4 26 
14 40 



W 



W 



No. 

of 

Map 



16 



16 



29 30 


E 


3 57 
14 8 


E 
E 


34 


E 


26 4 


E 


21 35 

27 


E 
E 


25 41 


E 


3 12 
1 17 


E 
W 


42 35 


E 


14 33 


E 


6 39 


E 


50 40 


E 


35 16 
7 30 


E 
E 


1 54 


\V 


9 


E 


21 45 
46 
30 30 


E 
E 
E 


87 15 


E 


9 18 

12 22 
21 18 

13 48 
13 43 


E 
E 
E 
E 
E 


18 11 


E 


20 
28 9 
37 15 
37 30 
23 54 
35 58 
14 10 


E 
E 
E 
E 
E 
E 
E 


14 15 


E 


13 56 


E 


35 

12 47 


E 

i-; 


10 16 


E 


44 3 

12 25 
22 55 


E 

E 

E 


21 35 


E 


45 


E 


1 54 


\V 


35 19 

36 (J 


E 
E 


14 34 


E 


16 52 


E 



E 14 



10 



9 

9 

13 
17 

23 

5 

13 

24 

19 
14 

11 

11 

8 

22 

1 

25 

3 
4 
10 
5 
5 



Place. 



Canalicum, Carcare . 
Canada, vel Plana- \ 

ria I ) 

Canasida, Chovbar . 
Canastracum Pr., ) 
Paillouri . . . \ 
Canate, v. Samidaces. 
Canatha, Kanneytra. 
Canatha, Jtoodabad . 
Candalicas, Friesach. 
Candanum .... 

Candara 

Candavia M. . . . 
Candidiana, vel Ni- } 

griniana, Milrie j 
Candidum Pr., Mas i 

al Abiad . . . \ 
Candriaces Fl., Mugor 

Candys 

Cane Emporium et 

Pr., Gebel Gho- 

rab 

Cannae 

Canonium .... 
Canopicum Ost. . . 
Canopus, vel Mene- ) 

laus . . . . ) 
Canovium, CaerRhyn 
*Cantabri, Santander 
Cantabricus Ocea- ) 

nus, B. of Biscay ) 
Cantabricus Sinus, ) 

Bay of Biscay . ) 
*Cantae, Ross-shire . 
Cantanus .... 
Canterius M., S. ) 

Giov inni . . . ) 
Cantbi, v. Baraces ) 

S., Catch . . . S 
Cantiaebis, Winds- ) 

heim . . . . ) 
*Cantii, Kent . . . 

Cantilia 

Cantium Pr., N. ] 

Foreland . . . ) 
Cantosolia . . . . 
Canusium, Canosa . 

Capara 

Caparcotia, Kefr Kud 
Capena, Civitucula . 
Capernaum, v. Ca- \ 

pharnaum, Khan > 

Minyeh . . . ) 
Caperturi, Jcrad 1 
Capharbarucha, 

Beni Nairn . 
Capbareus Pr., Doro 
Capbyee . . . 
Capidara, Balta- 

djesti . . . 
Capissa, Kabooll 
•Capissene . . . . 
Capita Tria, v. Traja . 
Capitolias . . . . 
Capitoniana . . . 
*Cappadocia . . . 
Cappadox Fl., Ka- 

lichi Su . . . 
Cappareae, Khan- ) 

Sheikhun ... J 
Caprae I., Capri . . 

Capraria I 

Capraria I., Cabrera . 
Caprasia, Tarsia . . 
Capriandas . . . . 
Caprius, vel Zabus 

Minor, Fl., Zab 

Asfal .... 

Capsa 

Capsa, Ghafsah . 
Capua, S. M. di 

Capua .... 
Ca uluada, Bourj ) 

al Kadijnh . . ) 
Caput Bubala . . 
Capytium, Capizzi 
Carabia .... 
Caraca .... 
*Caracates . . . 
Caracenorum Cas- 

trum, Co. di Sati- 

gro 

Carae 

Caralia, Kereli 
Caralitis, post Pus- 

gusa Ps., L. Beg- 

sheir, or Kereli 



■J 



Lat. 

44 25 
28 

25 25 

39 55 

25 
33 8 
33 45 

46 5 

47 6 

40 39 

41 20 

44 5 

37 20 

26 

37 45 

13 48 

41 17 
51 48 
31 15 

31 15 

53 15 

43 15 

44 

45 

57 30 
35 1 

42 25 
22 45 

49 30 

51 15 

46 12 

51 24 

38 50 

41 14 

40 11 

32 28 

42 12 

32 54 

35 40 

31 34 

38 
37 44 

44 21 

34 29 
34 15 

41 

32 48 

37 22 

38 30 

39 50 



35 30 

40 33 
28 
39 6 
39 35 
37 45 



Long. 

8 23|e 
16 W 



35 45 N 



16 

34 13 

41 5 

35 12 

45 35 
37 47 
40 54 

40 82 
49 45 

41 45 

41 23 
*7 56 

37 45 



60 40 
23 46 

60 
35 56 
52 15 
14 19 

19 26 
33 26 

20 30 

26 49 

9 40 

61 

48 43 

48 15 

16 10 

40 

30 5 

30 7 

3 50 

4 30 

4 

2 

4 40 

23 40 



No. 

of 

Map. 



12 40 E 
70 



10 17 



1 27 



12 30 

35 33 

36 28 

35 12 

24 35 
22 16 

28 

68 59 

69 
41 

35 59 
14 46 

36 

34 20 

36 42 

14 15 

17 40 

3 

16 18 

37 26 

44 

8 30 
8 50 

14 13 



11 5 

21 15 
14 29 

22 46 
3 12 
8 

14 3 

1 7 
31 46 

31 50 



INDEX. 



11 



EL, 



Place. 

Carambis Pi\, Ko- 
rempe .... 

Caranicum 
(araiitonus 

Ch<t rente 
Carannsca . . . . 

Carasa 

Carasura 

Caravantis . . . . 

•Carbaj 

•Carbae 

Cartmntorigum, ) 

Kirkcudbright . J 
Carbina, Carooigno . 
Carbonaria Fossa, ) 

]'<>. tPAriono . j 
Carbonarius M., 1 

Uarbonaro . . ) 
Carca, Caravaca . . 
('anaso, Carcasonne 
Carcuvium, vel } 

Larcuris . . . ) 
Cardalena . . . . 
Cardaznine I. . . . 
Cardamyla, Skar- ) 

da mula . . . ( 
Cardamyle, Karda- j 

mila . . . . ) 
Cardia . . . • . 
•Carduchi . . . . 
•Carduchi et Cor-] 

ducni, Kurdistan J 
Carduchi Ms. . . . 

Can him 

Car»iae, Galera . . 
Carene, Karein-kioi . 
•Careni, Sutherland . 
Carentomagus . . . 
Carcpula, Kulmettah 

Carcsus 

*Caria 

Caria, (Tumuli) . . 
CariatiE, Charkaind . 
Carica, vel Turica, 

Canaveral . . 
Caricardama . . 
Carilocus, Charlieu 
Carine .... 
•Carini, Ukcrmark 
Carinthia, vel Ocu- ] 

rara. Kara . . ) 
•Caristi, Biscay . 
Caristum, Carosio 
Carman, v. Carnana. 
Carmana Metropo- ) 

Us, Kirman . . j 
Carmanda, Is, vel j 

Izanesopolis . . \ 
•Carmania, Kirman 
Carmania Montes, ) 

Jebel Abad . . ] 
Carmanicus Sinus 
Carmel, Kurmul . 
Carmelum Prom., 

ft Carmel . . 
Carmelus M., Jebel 1 

Mar Elyas . . ) 
Carmona, Carmona . 
Carnasium, Khrano . 
Carnicae, vel Juliae ) 

Alpes . . . . ) 
•Carni, Lombard)/ . 
Carnine I., Sungadeep 
•Carnonacae, Ross 1 

and Sutherland ) 

Carnos 

Carnuntum, Alteti-1 

burg ) 

Camus I., Kalama . 
Carnusium, Canosa . 
•Carnutes, Eure ) 

and Loire . . ) 
Carpasia, Carpas . . 
Carpasiae la?., Chiros 
Carpathium Mare 
Carpathos . . . . 
Carpathos I., Scar- ) 

panto . . . . { 
Carpella Pr., Mas ) 

Keraze . . . \ 
•Carpentani, Old i 

and New Castile \ 
Carpentoracte, Car- ) 

pentras ... I 
Carpessus, v. Car- j 

teia, S. Roque . ) 
Carphia 



Lat. 



42 

43 10 

45 51 

49 22 

43 22 
41 3 
41 40 

25 32 

21 30 

54 45 

40 44 

44 49 

41 50 

38 i 

43 11 

38 48 

24 29 
23 43 

36 53 

38 32 

40 30 

37 30 

37 45 

36 55 
31 53 

42 2 

39 21 
58 25 

44 18 

36 
39 58 

37 20 
33 8[N 

26 15 N 

38 3N 

22 30 N 

46 13 N 
33 12 N 
53 20JN 

31 13 N 

43 UN 

44 40!N 
20 40 N 

29 45 N 

33 38 N 
29 ON 

28 30 N 

26 20 N 
31 28 N 



32 50 

32 45 

37 33 
37 18 N 



46 35 



58 10 

34 54 

48 ( 

38 3 
41 14 

48 20 

35 35 

35 35 

36 
35 36 

35 40 
25 50 
40 40 
44 3 

36 16 
38 45 



Long. 

33 15E 

7 50 W 

40 1 W 

8 13 E 

1 I \Y 

25 10 E 
20 E 

41 0E 

42 0E 

4 W 
17 43 E 
12 22 E 



No. 

of 

Map 

1!) 
16 
13 

13 

]■) 
Id 
10 
2:i 
23 

12 



13 40 

1 57 

2 20 

4 26 

56 31 

35 40 

22 15 

26 7 

26 42 
48 

43 15 

43 15 
24 25 

12 16 

26 51 
4 

1 57 
12 

27 17 

28 30 

7 13 
66 50 

6 23 

86 25 

4 6 

47 29 

13 30 

36 51 

2 40 

8 48 
40 58 

36 28 

42 37 

57 

57 

56 
35 11 

34 58 



35 5E 

5 32 W 
22 2.E 

13 0E 

13 45'E 
63 40,E 

4 50 W 

35 54 E 

16 55 E 

20 55 E 
16 3^ 

1 40 E 

34 22 E 
34 12 E 

27 30 E 
27 10E 

27 10.E 
57 30 E 

4 W 

5 10 E 

5 23 W 

22 35'E 



Place. 



Carpi8 .... 
Came .... 

Carrara .... 
Carrea Potcmia, 

C/iieri .... 

CarrodiiDum, Kra- 
kow .... 

Caroeoli, CartoU . 

CarsuUc, Carsoli . 

Carsum .... 

Carteia, v. Carpes- 
sus, S. Roque . 

Cartenna, Mostaga- 
ncm .... 

Cartennus PL . . 

Carthago, (ruins) . 

Carthago Nova, 
Curthugena . 

Carthara . . . 

Carthoa . . . . . 

Cartilis 

Carina, Caroor . , 

Carus Vicus, Der- ] 
bend . . . . j 

Carusa, Gherzeh . , 

CaryaD 



.} 



Lat. 



36 50 N 
3 1 4 N 

44 3N 

45 1 



Long. 



50 5 

a t 

12 40 
44 34 

36 16 

35 55 

35 40 

36 54 



37 36 N 

34 15!N 



di) 



Carys 

Carystus 

Carystus 

Casa . 

Casalus Sinus, G. di 

('alii . 
Casamana 
Casandra I., Inde- 

rabia .... 
Casape . : . , 

Casargis 

Cascantium, Cascante 

•Casia 

Casilinum, Capua 
Casinum, S. Germano 
•Casirotae . . . . 

Casium 

Casium 

Casius Fl., Samour . 
Casius M., Jebel el \ 

Okrah . . . . ) 
Casmenoe, Sicali . . 

Casos 

Casos I., Caso . . . 
Casperia, Aspra . . 

•Caspii 

*Caspira, Cashmere . 
Caspira, Cashmere 
Caspium Mare . . . 
Caspium M. . . . 
Cassandra, v. Potidaea 
Cassia Via 
Cassii Forum, Ve- 

tralla 
Cassiope et Pr 

Kassopo, and 

S. Cater itia 
Cassiope P. . 
♦Cassiopis . . . . 
Cassiterides Iae., ) 

Scilly Is. . . . ) 
•Cassopcea . . . . 

Cassope 

Castabolum, Matakh 
Castamon, Kastamuni 
Castellum, Gattaro . 
Castellum Cattorum . 
Castellum Mena- ~) 

piorum . . . ) 
Casthanaea . . . . 
Castorum . . . . 
Castra, Sumbhidpoor 
Castra, ad ... . 
Castra Nova . . . 
Castra Pyrrhi . . . 
Castra Trojana . . . 
Castra Zarbae . . . 
Castrum Firmia- 

num, Po. di Fer- 

mo 

Castrum Novum 

(Etruria), T. Chi- 

aruccia .... 
Castrum 

(Picen 

lia A' 
Castrum Truen- 

tinum, Me. Bran 

done .... 
Castulo, Javalquinto 
Castus M. . . . 



1C. j 



m No^•um \ 
enum), Giu- > 
\ova . . . ) 



36 12 
11 

40 17 

41 48 

37 18 
37 49 

37 17 

38 3 

36 51 

42 45 

33 32 
26 40 

37 35 

39 10 
42 

39 
41 6 
41 31 
32 45 

35 56 
31 6 

41 50 

36 

36 47 
35 25 
35 50 

42 1 

38 30 

34 

34 18 

43 

35 45 

40 10 
43 

42 19 



39 48 

39 50 

35 40 

49 55 

39 20 
39 10 

36 56 
41 19 
44 6 
51 22 

51 21 



N 

N 

N 

N 

N 
N 

N 
N 
X 

N 

N 

39 23 N 
45 6 N 
21 25 N 
45 52 N 

43 47 N 

40 ION 

44 49 N 

41 33 N 



43 11 
42 2 
42 45 

42 54 

38 4 
31 6 



10 4 E 

■M 47 E 
L0 i. I. 

7 51 B 

19 53 E 

13 6E 
12 32 E 
28 4 E 

5 23 W 

10 E 

E 

Ki 1") E 

1 2Jw 

43 461 E 
24 19 E 



No. 

or 

Map 

17 
21 

a 



28 
76 55 

31 35 

35 11 

22 30 
22 1!) 
22 16 E 
24 26 E 

;;j i e 
a 5e 

36 50 E 

53 40 E 

57 Io'e 
39 4(i E 

1 40 W 

100 E 

14 he 

13 46 E 

61 30|E 

35 55 E 
33 9 E 
48 20 E 

36 5 E 



14 45 
27 4 
27 
12 37 
47 
76 
75 20 
50 
52 14 
23 20 

11 45 

12 2 



19 55 

20 1 
36 10 

6 15 

20 45 
20 38 
35 58 
33 57 
11 33 
9 30 

6 

23 12 
10 18 
83 20 
13 53 

24 51 
20 38 

24 10 

25 30 

13 49 



11 50 
13 58 

13 56 

3 45 
33 10 



16 



Place. 



1 



Minores, \ 
burg and > 
icr . . . ) 



Oaroentm 11., lia- 

siento .... 

Casurgia, Ki'.sdiitz 

Catabathmoa . . 

♦('at.icicauincilc . 
•Ca'alauni, Maine 
Cat lia, ( (it(i/,i(i . 
•Catanii .... 
•Cataonia . . . 

CataractM PL, So- > 

in Hum . . . (| 
Cataractotiuin, vc 1 

Cataraoto, UaU 

tcriek .... 
Catarrac-U's Minor, 

Eb Shettaale el 
NU 

Catarrhactcs FL . 

QatarrhactM . . 

Catathra to, . . 

•Cathiei, 1'unjub . 

Cathela .... 
Cathrapptu Fl. 

•Catiouclilani, 
Xort/tanijiton, 
Huntingdon, 
Bedford, Buck- 
ingham, and 
Her 'ford Sit ires 

•Catti, Hesse . 

Cattigara . . . . 

Catudcrbis Fl. . . . 

Caturigcs, Chorges . 

Cauca, Naea de Coca 

Caucana, Longobardo 

Caucasiae, vel Sar 
matlMB Pyto, 

Dariel Pass . . 
Caucasus M. . . 
•Cauci, Kildare 

and Dublin . 
•Cauci Minores, 

Oldenb 

Ilanor 
•Caucoensii 
•Caucones . . 
Caudinae Furcae, 

Forchia . . 
Caudium . . . 

Caulon 

Caulonia 

•Cauni 

Caunus, Talyani . . 
Cauphiaca . . . . 
Caura, Carta . . . 
Caurium, Coria . . 
Causennae, Ancaster 
•Cavares, Vaucluse . 
Caviclum, Salobrena 

*Cavii 

Caystrus 

Caystrus Fl., Mcndere 
Ceba, Ceva . . . . 
Cebenna M., Lcs 

Cevenncs . . 
Cebrene . . . 
Cebrum, Zibrou . 
Ceciliana .... 
Cecryphalos I., An- ] 

t/istri .... | 
Celadus, vel Men 

torides 

mud a, 
Celaethra 
Celaethra . . . . 

Celeae 

Celeia, Cilli . . . . 
Celena, Verchani . . 
Celenae, posteaApa- \ 

mea Cibotius, > 

Dineir . . . ) 
Celcnderis . . . . 
Celenderis, Kelindreh 
Celetrum, Castoria . 

Celida 

Celius M., Kellmunz 
Celle, Kirie . . . . 

Cellae 

Cellae Picentinae . . 
Celmantra, Komorn . 
Celnius Fl., Deveran 
Celsa, Jelsa . . . . 
•Ccltae, sive Galli . . 
•Celtiberi, New \ 

Castile, &c. . J 
•Celtici, S. ofPor- | 

tuyal . . . ) 



Lat. 



;: 28 N 



I. r,-. 



S3 4(» 

37 50 

35 1 






21 4 

37 10 

:S7 31 

18 26 
:;i (i 

33 3 

27 40 



52 



51 7 

10 50 
30 15 

11 3d 
11 11 
36 46 

42 30 

42 30 
53 10 

53 



?, vel Men- i 
es Iae., Pre- ) 
i, &c. . . ) 



4G SON 
41 ION 

41 



41 2 

38 28 
37 23 
34 15 

36 51 
30 57 

37 20 

39 52 
52 59 
44 
36 45 
41 50 

38 2 

38 4 
44 23 

44 10 

39 51 
43 46 

36 37 

37 42 



44 20 

39 14 
38 20 

37 49 

46 10 
44 50 

38 3 

37 32 
36 10 

40 39 
32 10 
48 5 

40 45 
42 2 
34 12 

47 49 
57 39 

41 28 
47 

40 30 

38 40 



23 '.' 






1 88 



32 52 

:',n :,h 

;;-. 83 
72 (i 
88 l 

55 15 



40 



w 



10 10 


E 


108 


E 


48 40 


E 


6 16 


E 


4 28 


YV 


14 37 


V. 


45 


E 


44 


E 


7 


YY 



8 E 



27 
32 30 

14 30 

14 35 

16 27 

14 7 

6 

28 41 
52 5 

5 55 

6 20 
29 
5 
3 38 

20 

27 49 

27 50 

8 9 

3 40 

26 45 
23 30 
38 13 

23 21 



14 40 

21 59 

22 56 
22 40 

15 20 
18 58 

30 21 



23 23 
33 21 

21 21 

22 2 
10 8 
21 49 
25 12 V. 

9 57 |E 
is 9 E 
2 31 1 W 

30 ;w 

1 0E 

2 YV 

8 0\Y 16 



12 



INDEX. 



PlacA. 



Cemenehum . . . 
Cena, Siculiana . . 
CeneeumPr., Lithada 
Cenchreae, Kekkries . 
Cenchreae .... 
Centhreis I., PlaUa . 
Cene, El Sayene . . 
Cenelata, S. Florent . 

Cenere 

Cencta, S. Florent . 
Ccneum, Condora 
Cenionis Ost., Fal- 
mouth Har. . . 
•Cenitae, El Nejed 
♦Cenomani, Lom- 

bardy .... 
♦Cenomani, Sarth 
Oenopolis . . . 
Cenopolis . . . 
Centesimum, ad . 
*Centrones . . . 
Centum Cellae, Ci- 

vita Vecchia . . 
Centum Putei . . 
Centum Putei . . 
Centurinum, Centuri 
Centuripae, Centorbi 
Ceos I., Zea . . 
Cepasia, Spresiano 
Cephalae Pr., Mas 

Hharra . . . 
Cephalaedium, Cefalu 
Cephallenia, Cejjha- j 

Ionia .... | 
Cephissia .... 
Cephissus Fl. . . . 
Ceramicus S., G. of 

Kos 

Ceramus, Keraino 
Cerapium . . . 
Cerastia, vel Calla- 

tis, Atnan Kichla 
Cerasus, vel Phar- ) 

nacia, Kerasoun ) 
Ceraunia Ms. . . . 
♦Ceraunii, Croatia . 
Ceraunii Ms. . . . 
Ceraunilia, Cerignola 
Cerbalus Fl., Cerbaro 
Cercaesura, El Aksas. 
Cercetium M. . . . 
Cercina I., Karken- ] 

nah Is. . . . i 
Cercinitis,v.Prusias j 

Ps., T kinos . . ) 
Cercura, Cananor 
Cercusium, Circe 

sium, v. Chabo 

ras, Kirkisiya 
Cerdylium . . 
Cerebelliaca, Cha 

beuies . . . 
Cereus Fl. . . 
Cerfennia, Cerchio . 
Cerilli, Cirella Va. . 
Cerinthus, Falaio ) 

Kastro . . . ) 
♦Cerretani, Catalonia 

Cerva 

Ceryneia 

Ceryneia M 

Cesada 

Cestiae, Cizzengo . . 
Cestria, vel Ilium, 

Falaio Venetia . 
*Ces trine . . . 
Cestrus Fl., Ak-sou . 
Cetaria, Scopello . . 

♦Cetis 

Cetium, Rossatz . . 
Cetius M., Kahlen- 1 

berg . . . . } 
Cetobriga, Setubal . 

Chaa . 

Cbaberis, Cauvery- \ 

patam . . . . ) 
Cbaberis FL, Cautery 
Chabinus M. . . . 
Chaboras, Habor, 

vel Araxes Fl., 

Khabur . . , 
Cbaboras, Circe 

sium, Cercusium 

Kirkisiya . . 
Chabriae Charax, 

Faramuh . . 
Ciiuoi.a^ . , 



*} 



:•! 



Lat. 




Long. 




No. 
of 






Map. 


43 45 


N 


7 10 


E 


13 


37 19 


N 


13 27 


E 


5 


38 50 


N 


22 48 


E 


8 


37 53 


N 


fc- 


E 


/ 


37 35 


N 


22 41 


E 


7 


37 52 


N 


23 5 


E 


7 


29 1 


N 


31 4 


E 


18 


42 41 


X 


9 19 


E 


3 




X 


37 4 


E 


21 


45 57 


X 


12 24 


E 


3 


50 6 


X 


5 6 


w 


11 


50 7 


N 


5 


W 


11 


28 


N 


42 


E 


23 


45 20 


N 


10 


E 


3 


48 


N 


20 


E 


13 


32 46 


X 


21 15 


E 


17 


31 55 


X 


22 13 


E 


17 


42 47 


X 


13 22 


E 


4 


45 40 


N 


6 30 


E 


13 


42 4 


X 


11 46 


E 


4 


34 21 


X 


37 11 


E 


21 


45 18 


X 


21 25 


E 


10 


42 58 


X 


9 21 


E 


3 


37 32 


X 


14 45 


E 


5 


37 35 


X 


24 20 


E 


9 


45 49 


X 


12 17 


E 


3 


32 10 


X 


15 30 


E 


17 


37 59 


X 


14 7 


E 


5 


38 15 


X 


20 35 


E 


8 


38 5 


X 


23 49 


E 


7 


38 9 


X 


23 23 


E 


7 


36 55 


X 


27 55 


E 


19 


37 2 


X 


28 


E 


19 


31 20 


X 


20 15 


E 


17 


43 40 


X 


28 33 


E 


10 


40 57 


X 


38 22 


E 


19 


40 15 


X 


19 50 


E 


8 


45 10 


X 


16 10 


E 


15 


42 15 


X 


47 40 


E 


22 


41 15 


X 


15 55 


E 


5 


41 22 


X 


15 35 


i': 


5 


30 9 


X 


31 10 


E 


18 


39 30 


X 


21 25 


E 


8 


34 45 


X 


11 10 


E 


17 


40 45 


N 


23 40 


E 


10 


12 


X 


75 30 


E 


25 


35 7 


X 


40 30 


E 


22 


40 47 


X 


23 45 


E 


10 


44 51 


X 


5 5 


E 


13 


38 30 


X 


23 42 


E 


8 


42 2 


X 


13 40 


E 


4 


39 40 


X 


15 54 


E 


b 


38 49 


X 


23 30 


E 


8 


42 25 


N 


1 30 


E 


16 


34 10 


X 


8 20 


i': 


17 


38 11 


X 


22 8 


E 


7 


38 5 


X 


22 7 


E 


V 


40 55 


X 


3 


\Y 


16 


45 9 


X 


8 10 


E 


3 


39 35 


X 


20 21 


E 


8 


39 40 


X 


20 20 


E 


8 


37 


X 


31 10 


E 


19 


38 6 


X 


12 49 


E 


5 


37 


X 


34 


E 


PJ 


48 20 


X 


15 37 


E 


14 


48 


X 


15 50 


E 


15 


38 30 


X 


8 55 


W 


16 


37 30 


X 


21 42 


E 


7 


11 35 


X 


79 40 


E 


25 


12 20 


X 


78 


E 


25 


22 16 


X 


40 12 


E 


23 


36 35 


X 


39 50 


E 


22 


35 7 


X 


40 30 


E 


22 


31 2 


X 


32 36 


E 


18 


31 3 


X 


30 15 


E 


u 



Place. 



Chabuita . . . . 

I lhadaoa 

Chaerecla, Al Bcrsc . 
Chaeronea, Kapourna 
*Chactuori, Bavaria . 
Cnala, Kalchas, 

Hala, v. Holwan, 

Sir Fattl i Zohab 
Chalaeum, Scala . 
Chalastra, Casika . 
Chalce I., Karki . 
Cbalcedon, Kadi \ 

Kieui . . . . ) 
Chalcnoricnia M. 

Beni Smeal , 
'Chalcidice . . 
*Cbalcidice . . . , 
Chalcis .... 
Chalcis, Egripos, or ) 

Negropont . . ) 
Chaicis .... 
Cbalcis, Kinnesrin 
*Chalcitis, Yunshan 
s 'Chalcitis . . . 
*Chalda-a ... 
Cbalestra, CAakia. 

Chalia 

Chaliat, Akhlat . 
*Chalonitis . . . 
Chalos Fl., Howeik 
Cbalusus Fl., '1 ravell 
*Chalybes ... 
Chalybon,v.Bercea, ) 

Aleppo . . . ) 
"Cbalybonitis . . , 
♦Chamavi, Hanover 
*Chammamene 
•Chantonicae . . 

Cbaon 

Chaon M. ... 
*Chaonia .... 
Chaonia .... 
Cbaracmoba, vel 

Charax, Kerax 
Charadra, liogotis 
CharadraFl.,Z««r?- ) 

cha . . . . ) 
*Charadrae ... 
Charadriae, Vatopedi 
Charadrus, Kha- ) 

radian . . . ) 
Charadrus Fl. . . 
Charadrus Fl. . . , 

Charax 

Charax, Heratoo Fort 
Charax Spasinii, v. 

Alexandria,.SaWa 
Charcha, Shinasl 
Charidemum Pr., 

C. de Gata . . 
Chariens Fl. . . 
Chariphi Ost. . . 
CharisFl. . . . 
*Charmaei, El Hejaz 
Charotus, Ghimcncs 
Charpote, Khar put 
Charra .... 
Charrae, vel Ghar- 

ran, Harran 
Charsa, vel Karsi, 

Kars .... 
Charybdis . . . 
Cha^tia .... 
*Chasuari, Hano- 
ver, Cassel, S(C. . 
•Chatramis, El Ahsa 
*Chatramotitae, 

Hadramaut . . 
♦Chaulasii, El Jebcl 
*Chaulothaei, Beni 

Sahr .... 
Chauntaeus . . . 
Chaurina, Ghorian 
*Chazene, Hekkari 
Chebron, vel He- \ 

bron, El Khulil ) 
Chelonitcs Pr., Cla 

renza .... 
Chelonites S. . . 
*CheL .nophagi . . 
Chelyd rea Mons, 

Macio7i Or os 
Chemnis, v. Pano- ) 

polis, Ekhmin . \ 
Chenoboscia, Kasr j 

es Saiad . . . ) 
Chersis .... 



Lat. Long. 


N<>. 
ol 






Map. 


23 7 


X 


56 2!) 


E 


23 


11 i4 


\ 


48 1- 


E 


22 


32 23 


X 


20 3U 


1''. 


17 


38 30 


N 


22 50 


E 


8 


49 40 


X 


12 10 


E 


14 


34 30 


X 


46 5 


E 


22 


38 27 


X 


22 25 


E 


8 


40 37 


\ 


22 47 


E 


10 


30 13 


X 


27 35 


E 


9 


41 


X 


29 2 


E 


19 


34 40 


X 


1 20 


w 


17 


40 25 


X 


23 25 


E 


10 


35 50 


X 


37 


E 


21 


38 21 


X 


21 40 


E 


8 


38 27 


N 


23 37 


E 


8 


34 44 


X 


36 24 


E 


21 


35 54 


X 


37 2 


E 


21 


18 


X 


102 


E 


25 


36 50 


X 


38 40 


E 


22 


30 50 


X 


45 30 


E 


22 


40 32 


X 


22 48 


E 


9 


38 27 


X 


23 32 


E 


8 


38 44 


X 


42 15 


E 


22 


34 45 


X 


45 40 


E 


22 


36 20 


X 


37 15 


E 


21 


53 50 


X 


10 45 


E 


14 


40 35 


X 


44 


E 


22 


36 11 


X 


37 12 


E 


21 


36 20 


X 


37 10 


E 


21 


52 35 


X 


8 -0 


i': 


14 


39 4o 


X 


36 


E 


19 


26 30 


X 


60 


E 


24 


34 20 


X 


46 31 


E 


24 


37 36 


X 


22 41 


E 


7 


40 


X 


20 


E 


8 


37 


X 


37 11 


E 


21 


31 14 


X 


35 45 


E 


20 


39 13 


X 


20 50 


E 


8 


39 20 


N 


20 50 


E 


8 


27 40 


X 


61 30 


E 


24 


40 19 


X 


24 13 


E 


10 


36 7 


X 


32 36 


E 


19 


38 10 


X 


23 55 


i': 


7 


37 17 


X 


22 


E 


7 


37 30 


X 


49 12 


E 


24 


35 3 


X 


52 30 


E 


24 


30 40 


X 


48 27 


E 


24 


34 20 


X 


43 50 


E 


22 


36 44 


N 


2 5 


W 


16 


42 15 


X 


41 35 


E 


22 


23 54 


N 


63 


E 


25 


42 46 


X 


41 


E 


22 


20 58 


X 


41 


E 


23 


31 37 


X 


20 2 


E 


17 


38 46 


X 


39 16 


E 


22 


33 46 


X 


45 25 


E 


22 


36 48 


X 


39 3 


E 


22 


40 33 


X 


43 5 


E 


22 


35 12 


N 


15 35 


E 


5 


38 6 


X 


23 41 


E 


7 


51 30 


N 


9 50 


E 


14 


23 30 


N 


52 


E 


23 


16 40 


N 


48 15 


E 


23 


28 45 


X 


47 


E 


23 


31 25 


X 


38 30 


E 


23 


31 34 


N 


26 7 


V, 


17 


34 27 


X 


61 30 


E 


24 


37 18 


X 


43 40 


E 


22 


31 33 


X 


35 9 


E 


20 


37 56 


X 


21 8 


E 


7 


37 45 


X 


21 15 


E 


7 


25 40 


X 


64 


E 


24 


38 3 


X 


22 25 


E 


7 


26 32 


X 


31 47 


E 


18 


26 17 


X 


32 15 


E! 18 


32 46 


X 


22 35 


E 


17 



Place. 



Cher son esus .... 
Chersoncsus, C. C.rbu 
Chersonesus, Fen is- 

cola 

Chi rsonesus, Ma- \ 

rabout Is. . . ) 
Chersoncsus . . 
Chersonesus Akra, ) 

lias el Ghar . . \ 
Chersonesus Akra, 

lias Baridy . . 
Chersonesus Aurea 

Malaya . . . ( 
Chersonesus Mag- \ 

na, lias al Tyn . \ 
Chersonesus Pr. 

(Euboca), C'her- 

ronisi .... 
Chersonesus Pr. . 
*Cherusci, Hano- 
ver, Brunswick, 

&c 

Chesinus, v. Tarun- 

thusFl. . . . 
Chesulloth, Iksal . 

Chim 

Chimaera, l'anar . 
Chimtera, Kimara 
ChimeriumPr., Fo- 

ronagqio . . . 
ChmaluphFL, Wad 

Shell/ .... 
Chios I., Scio . . 
Chios, Scio . . . 
Chitria .... 
Ctmubis, v. Chu- 

mis, Es Shera- 

ounch .... 
Choana, Koom . . . 

Choana 

*Choarene . . . . 
*Choarine . . . . 
Choaspes FL, Karun. 
Ciioaspes, vel Suas 

tus FL, Cabul 
Choastra . - . . 
Choba, Boujeyah . 
Chodda, Kedje . . 
Chaerades Iae., Ie. ) 

S. Fietro e Faolo ) 
Chollidae .... 
Cholua .... 
Chomara .... 
Chonae, Khonos, or 

Bounar Bashi Su 
Chone, Cosabona . 
Chorasmia, v. Gor- ) 

go, Old Urghcndj \ 
•Chorasmii . . . 
Chorazin, postea ] 

Bethsaida, Zell . j 
Chorodna, Buraz 

joon . . . 
♦Choromithrene 
*Chorsene . . . . 
Chrysa, Nesourak 
Chrysas FL, Dittaino 
Chryse I., Calderonis 
Chrysopolis, Skutari . 
Chrysorrhoas, Bar- ) 

rada . . . . ) 
Chrysorrhoas Fl. . . 

Chubana 

*Chudi 

Chuzambari M., ] 

Jebel Soudan . | 
Chytaeum, Falao 

castro . . . 
Ciaca .... 
Ciaebrus FL, Smardcn 

*Ciagisi 

Ciamon Pr., Meleca . 
Cianus S., G. o/Kio, 

or Moudanieh . 
Cibalis, Falanha . 
Cibinium .... 
Cibyra .... 
Cicae Iae., Cies . . 
Cich/rus, prius Epi- 

phyra, Castritza 
Cicynethus I., Old 
irikiri . . . 
Cidyssus .... 
Cierium, v. Pieria. 
Cilenorum Aquae, 

Caldas de Bey . 
♦Cilicia .... 



Lat. 




Long. 




No. 

of 
Map. 


44 20 
35 27 


X 
X 


33 45 
23 32 


E 

E 


1 
9 


40 23 


X 


28 


E 


16 


31 6 


X 


29 48 


E 


18 


15 12 


X 


74 5 


E 


25 


27 32 


X 


50 10 


E 


23 


24 10 


X 


36 35 


E 


23 


6 


X 


101 


E 


25 


32 35 


X 


23 10 


E 


17 


38 30 


X 


24 14 


E 


9 


35 16 


X 


25 43 


E 


9 


52 10 


X 


10 20 


E 


14 


56 


X 


27 


E 


1 


32 41 
30 4!) 
36 25 

40 6 


X 

X 
X 
X 


35 21 

29 11 

30 31 
19 51 


E 
E 
E 

E 


20 

18 

19 

8 


39 20 


X 


20 16 


E 


8 


36 


X 


40 


]•; 


17 


38 25 
38 24 
35 18 


X 
X 
X 


26 5 
26 9 
33 45 


E 
E 
E 


9 

9 

19 


25 14 


N 


32 40 


E 


18 


34 20 
37 23 
34 30 

30 

31 


N 
X 
X 
X 
X 


51 

66 15 
51 

67 

48 30 


E 
E 
E 
E 
E 


24 
21 
24 

24 
24 


34 30 


X 


70 


E 


25 


34 22 
36 42 
26 25 


X 
X 

X 


49 14 

5 4 

62 17 


E 
E 
E 


24 
17 
24 


40 25 


X 


17 10 


E 


5 


37 52 

38 58 
36 23 


X 
X 

X 


23 46 
40 5 
64 47 


E 
E 
E 


7 

22 
24 


37 47 


X 


29 22 


E 


19 


39 18 


X 


17 


E 


5 


42 14 


X 


58 15 


E 


24 


41 30 


X 


57 30 


E 


24 


32 57 


X 


35 40 


E 


20 


29 17 


X 


51 15 


E 


24 


34 30 

40 45 
39 44 
37 30 
34 52 

41 3 


N 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 


49 
43 
26 13 
14 40 
25 42 
29 4 


E 

E 
E 

E 

E 
E 


24 

22 

9 

5 

9 

19 


33 35 


X 


36 17 


E 


20 


37 32 
35 45 
29 30 


x 

X 

X 


23 21 
39 29 
58 40 


E 
E 

E 


7 

21 
24 


28 20 


X 


15 


E 


17 


35 24 


X 


25 2 


E 


9 


38 37 

43 30 

44 35 
35 37 


X 

X 
X 

X 


38 59 
22 55 
25 
24 9 


E 
E 
E 
E 


19 
10 
10 
9 


40 25 


X 


28 50 


E 


19 


44 54 

45 47 
36 41 
42 10 


X 
X 
X 
X 


18 49 

24 5 

31 41 

8 53 


E 
E 
E 
\V 


15 
10 
19 
16 


39 16 


X 


20 31 


E 


8 


39 11 


N 


23 5 


E 


8 


39 32 
39 23 


X 
X 


30 6 
22 2 


E 
E 


19 

8 


42 29 


X 


8 34 


W 


16 


37 


X 


34 


E 


19 



INDEX. 



13 



Place. 



Ciliza, v. Urmagi- 
ganti, Killis . . 

Cillaba, '1 salin 1 . 

C Ilium 

Cillotal 

Cilniana 

Cilurnum . . . . 

Cimaros Pr., Grabusa 

•Cimbri 

•Cimbrica Cherso- 1 
nesus, Denmark ) 

Cimbroruni Pr. . . 

Cimiata 

Ciminus L., L. di Vico 

Ciminus M., Bogliano 

Cimmerius Bosporus 

Cimolos I., Ar gen- 
Hera . . . 

Cinaros I., Zinari 

Cindia 

Cinga Fl., Essera . . 

Cingilia, Ca. Retenga 

Cingulum, Cingolo . 

Cinium 

Cinna, Zoabliak . . 

Cinnaba M 

*Ciimamomophoros ) 
Kegio . . . . ) 

Cinnereih, v. Gen- ^ 
resareth, v. Gali- I 
laeae, v. Tiberia- \ 
dis L., Bohr Tu- 
bariyeh ... J 

Cinniana, Ciurana . 

Ciaolis, Kinla . . . 

Circaei, Circeio . . . 

Circaei Pr., C. Circello 

Circctius M. . . . 

Cirphis 

Cirphis M., Djes- ) 
phina . . . . i 

Cirpi, Wi segrod . . 

Cirradia, ubi Mala- 1 
bathrum, Bengal ) 

Cirrha, Skliri . . . 

Cirta, Kostantineh . 

*Cirtesii 

Cirtisa, Schamacz . . 

Cisamus, Risamos 

Cisari 

*Cissia 

Cisterna, Cistema. . 

Cisternas, ad . . . 

Cisthene, v. Megis- \ 
tc I., Rastclorizo ) 

Citharizura . . . . 

Citheron M., Elatia . 

Citium, Gniausta . . 

Citium, Haarish . . 

Citium, Chiti . . . 

Cium 

Cius, Gumehlek . . 

Cius, v. iEscus FL, ] 
Isker . . . . ) 

Claceas 

Cladeus Fl 

Clambetae, Ostrovitza 

Clanis Fl., Lagni . . 

Clanudda . . . . 

Cla-enna, Ertingm . 

Claros 

Classis P., Classe . . 

Clastidium, Chias- 
teggio .... 

Claterna, Quadcrna 

Claudanum, Ochrida 

Claudia, Klausberg 

Claudiopolis, Moutt 

Claudiopolis, prius \ 
Bythyuium, [ 

Gheivah . . . ) 

Claudius M., Reka 
Gebirge . . . 

Clausentum, South 
ampton . . . 

Clausula Fl. . . . 

*Clautinati, Wur- ] 
temburg . . . ) 

Clavenna, Chiavenna 

Clazomence, Vo Ur- 
iah Scala . . , 

Cleandria . . 

Cleonae . . . 

Cleonae . . . 

Cleonae . . . 

'""leopatris . . 

Oleusis FL, Chiese 



Lat. 




Long 




No. 

of 






Map. 


36 48 N 


37 10 E 


21 


32 5N 


3 3o'\V 


17 


41 45JN 


25 9 E 


10 


24 30!N 


67 


E 


25 


36 33 


N 


4 56 


W 


16 


55 2 


N 


2 7 


W 


11 


35 34 


N 


23 32 


E 


9 


55 


N 


9 


E 


1 


55 


N 


9 30 


E 


14 


57 40 


N 


10 40 


E 


1 


41 14 


N 


34 31 


E 


19 


42 18 


N 


12 9 


E 


4 


42 20 


N 


12 7 


E 


4 


45 


N 


37 


E 


1 


36 50 


N 


24 34 


E 


9 


36 59 


N 


26 22 


E 


9 


27 32 


N 


79 20 


E 


25 


)2 


N 


23 


E 


16 


42 14 


N 


13 40 


E 


4 


43 22 


N 


13 14 


E 


3 


39 38 


N 


3 5 


E 


16 


42 26 


N 


19 20 


E 


15 


33 


N 


3 


E 


17 


8 


N 


30 


E 


1 


32 50 


N 


35 35 


E 


20 


42 11 


N 


2 54 


E 


16 


41 56 


X 


34 4 


E 


19 


41 13 


N 


13 4 


E 


4 


41 13 


X 


13 6 


E 


4 


37 44 


X 


26 37 


E 


9 


38 25 


X 


22 32 


E 


8 


38 27 


N 


22 35 


E 


8 


47 47 


X 


18 59 


E 


15 


28 


X 


92 


E 


25 


38 26 


X 


22 27 


E 


8 


36 17 


X 


6 20 


E 


17 


36 40 


X 


6 40 


E 


17 


45 6 


X 


18 33 


E 


15 


35 30 


X 


23 44 


E 


9 


40 53 


X 


36 3 


E 


19 


31 30 


X 


48 


E 


24 


41 37 


X 


12 48 


E 


4 


31 36 


X 


14 57 


E 


17 


36 7 


X 


29 37 


E 


19 


38 44 


X 


39 43 


E 


22 


38 11 


X 


23 20 


E 


7 


40 44 


X 


22 7 


E 


10 


35 3 


X 


8 45 


E 


17 


34 47 


X 


33 40 


E 


19 


44 40 


X 


28 1 


E 


10 


40 25 


X 


29 11 


E 


19 


43 


X 


24 


E 


10 


35 


X 


6 40 


E 


17 


37 40 


X 


21 39 


E 


7 


44 28 


X 


16 2 


E 


15 


41 4 


X 


14 5 


E 


4 


38 27 


X 


28 42 


E 


19 


18 10 


X 


9 31 


E 


14 


38 


X 


27 14 


E 


19 


44 24 


X 


12 17 


E 


3 


45 2 


X 


9 9 


E 


3 


44 29 


X 


11 30 


E 


3 


41 11 


X 


2il 47 


E 


10 


47 3« 


X 


12 34 


E 


15 


36 42 


X 


33 30 


E 


19 


40 26 


X 


30 28 


E 


19 


46 10 


X 


16 40 


E 


15 


50 55 


X 


1 24 


W 


11 


42 


X 


19 50 


E 


10 


48 


X 


9 30 


E 


15 


46 22 


X 


9 27 


E 


15 


38 20 


X 


26 48 


E 


19 


39 50 


X 


27 17 


E 


19 


37 49 


X 


22 47 


E 


7 


38 38 


X 


22 57 


E 


8 


40 13 


x 


24 15 


E 


9 


30 4 


X 


32 36 


E 


18 


45 20 

1 


X 


10 22 


E 


3 



Place. 



1 



'.} 



'.} 



'■} 



':} 



Clevora . 
Climberris, vel Au 

gusta, postea 

Ausci, Auch 
Cliternia, Licchiano 
Clitor .... 
Clitri I., Lossini 
Clitumni, Le Vene 
Clocoris, v. Faurus 

FL, Foro 
Clodia Via 

Clodiana 

Clodii Forum, Orivolo 
Cluaca, Nejufabad . 
Cluana, S. Elpidio . 
Clunia, Altenstadt . 

Clunia 

Clunium 

Clusina Palus, La 

Chiana . . 
Clusium, Chiusi 
Clusium Novum, ) 

Chiusi . . . . ) 
Cluso FL, Chissone 
Cluvia, M. Chiodi . 
Clymenon 
Clypea, vel Aspis, 

Klibiah 
Cnacadius M 
Cnemis, Vromo Pt. . 

Cnemis M 

Cnidus 

Coaspa 

Coara 

*Cobandene .... 

Cobii 

Cobuela 

Cocala 

Cocala 

Cocala 

Coccium, Ribchtster . 

Cochaba 

Cocintum Pr., Pa 

di Stilo 
Coconnati tres 
Coccoris, Bares 
Cocosa .... 
Cocylium . . . 
Cocytus FL, Bassa 
Codana .... 
Codanus S., Baltic 

Sea 

Ccccil ana, Seixola 
Ccecina FL, Cecina 
Ccecygius M., Pron 
*Ccele Syria . . . 
♦Ccelelatae . . . 

Coolia 

Ccelina .... 
Cceliobriga, Barcel- 

los 

Ccelium, Ceglia 
Coelossa M. . . . 
Coeno, Nettuno 
Ccenon Gallicano . 
Coenopolis, Nr. 

Rypariso . . . 
Ccenyra .... 
Coepionis Turris, 

t'hipiona 
Ccete I. . 
Cogaeonus FL, Tatros 
*Cogni, Silesia . . . 
Colabatus Fl. . . . 
Colania, Lanark . . 
Colapis FL, Culpa 

*Colchi 

Colchicus S., Manaar 

*Colchis 

*Colduli, v. Quadi, ) 

Hungary . . . J 
Colenda, Calanda . . 
Colentum I., Zuri 
*Coletiani, Styria 

and Hungary . 
Colias Pr. . . . 
Colicaria .... 

Colla 

Collatia, Collatina 
*Colobi .... 
Coloe, Koulei-Hisar 
Coloe, v. Pseboa P. 
Colomdes . . . 
Colonia, Colchester 
Colonia Agrippina, 

Cologne . . . 
Colonia Trajana . 



'.] 



Lat. 



44 32 N 
43 39 



41 53 
37 54 
44 30 

42 50 

42 20 



42 

41 6 

42 8 
32 42 

43 14 
47 16 

41 43 

42 52 

43 20 
43 11 

43 41 

44 51 
41 13 
38 41 

36 55 

36 45 
38 46 
38 42 

36 40 
30 30 

34 2 

32 10 
30 32 

35 13 
25 22 
18 25 
21 45 
53 47 

33 28 

38 31 

12 10 
46 
43 59 

39 46 
39 25 

39 29 

55 

38 25 
43 20 

37 23 
33 45 
41 25 
41 3 
43 8 

41 31 

40 42 
37 53 

41 2 

39 59 



36 28 N 
40 36 N 



;.6 44 

35 32 

46 25 
50 33 
37 20 
55 40 
45 30 
40 45 

8 

42 15 

48 40 

40 56 

43 38 

47 15 



37 


5i» 


44 


52 


40 


45 


41 


5.'} 


1.3 





40 


1 


12 





36 48 


51 


51 


50 


4G 


51 


4fi 



Long. 

22 38 

32 

15 4 
22 6 
14 25 
12 46 

14 15 



12 16 E 
19 50 E 
12 7 E 



51 25 

13 45 
9 36 

3 20 
9 28 

11 47 

11 49 

11 47 

7 15 

14 47 
20 42 

11 4 

22 30 
22 48 

22 45 

27 25 
65 30 

37 1 
50 

29 30 

4 33 
65 46 
83 55 
87 45 

2 34 
36 13 

16 28 

53 15 

17 31 
1 15 

26 21 

20 30 

39 33 

16 

8 30 

10 40 

23 10 

36 

25 45 

16 53 

12 38 

8 30 

17 39 
22 35 
12 44 

30 45 

22 26 

24 46 
6 20 

23 56 

26 20 

17 35 
30 20 

3 46 

15 50 

40 30 
79 
42 45 

18 10 

15 

15 40 

16 

23 41 

11 5 

28 24 

12 41 
39 30 

38 35 

37 30 

21 51 
50 

6 52 

6 14 



No. 

of 

Map 

10 

13 

4 

7 

15 

4 



17 



Place. 



Colonis I., Spctzia 

I'ulo .... 
Colcnus .... 
*Colopene . . . 
G. lophon, Gidoor 

Kioy .... 
Colossce, Ft. Kanossi 
Colsilynum, Padula 
♦Colthene . . . 
Colubraria, vel 

Ophiusa I., Co- 

lumbretes . - 
Columna, vel St a- \ 

tua ltbegina, La j 

Catona ..." 
Colyergia Pr., Zour- { 

vas 1 

Comagenoe, AbsteU 

ten 

Comana .... 
Comana Pontica, ) 

Komanak . . \ 
Comaria, Manacoody 
Comaria Pr., Comorin 
Comarus P., Goma- \ 

ros B \ 

Combretonium, 1 

Grundesburgh . ) 

Combria 

Combusta I., Jebel 

Teer [Volcano) . 
Comidava, Tekoutch 
Cominium, Cerelo. 
Cominium, S. M. 

del Campo . . 
Comisena . . . 
*Comisene . . , 
*Commagene . , 
Commenases FL, 

Gogra .... 
Comopolis . . , 
Compasi .... 
Compitum, ad . . 
Compitum Anagni- ) 

rvum,Villamagna ) 
Complutiea . . . 
Complutum . . . 
Comisa, Conza. . 
Compulteria, Alvig- 

nano .... 
Comum, Como . . 
Cona, v. JEgan Pr., 

Colon i .... 
Conbustica, Bel- 

gradtchik . . . 
Concana .... 
Concangium, nr. 

Kendal . . . 
*Concani .... 
Concobar, Hungawar 
Concordia, Concordia 
Concordia . . . . 
Concordia, Bon cor din 
Condate, Kindcrlon . 
Condate, Cognac . . 
Condate, Montcreau . 
Condate, Cosne . . 
Condate , . . . . 
Condates, postea 

Kedones, Rennes 
Condercum . . . 
Condivicnum, pos- 
tea Namnetcs, 

Nantes . . . 
Condochates FL, 

Gunduck . . . 
*Condrusi . . . 
Confluentes, ad . . 
Confluentes . . . . 
Confluentes, Coblentz. 
Confluentes . . . . 
Confluentia . . . . 
Congavata . . . . 
Congustus, Kocli- ~l 

hisar . . . . ) 
Conimbriga, Coimbra 

Conna 

Conope, v. Arsinoe, 

Angelo Kastro . 
Conopeium, Koum 

Jugaz .... 
Conopicum . . . 
Conopum Diabasis 
Consaburum, Con- ] 

suegra . . . . ) 
Consentia, Cosenza 
*Consoranni, Arriege 



Lat. 



37 14 

38 1 

39 50 

38 

37 44 

40 20 

39 45 

39 57 



38 9 

37 22 

48 17 

38 7 

40 20 

8 30 
8 20 

39 3 

52 

40 18 
15 30 

45 50 

41 16 

41 42 

40 5 

35 20 

37 30 

27 

36 4 
25 6 

44 4 

41 47 

41 44 
40 30 

40 53 

41 14 

45 48 

38 56 



43 36 N 

43 ION 

54 20 N 

53 o'n 
34 31 N 
45 45 N 
49 ON 
40 i!n 
53 12N 
45 40!N 



48 23 

47 26 
45 59 

48 8 
54 58 

47 7 

27 

50 20 
44 11 

44 50 
50 21 
50 23 
42 6 
54 54 

38 50 

40 14 
34 26 

38 33 

41 28 

37 8 

45 2 

39 28 

39 19 

42 50 



Long. 



23 10 

23 43 
38 30 

27 19 

29 21 
15 35 
48 5 

30 



15 43 

23 35 

15 5 
36 14 

36 53 

77 15 
77 15 

20 43 

1 11 
23 10 
41 47 

27 16 

14 25 

13 48 

46 15 
55 

37 30 

82 

45 17 
33 33 

12 20 

13 6 

6 19 
3 22 

15 17 

14 13 
9 3 

26 49 

22 45 



5 11 W 
2 46 W 



8 50 
47 41 
12 49 
7 58 
7 56 
2 25 
19 
2 55 
2 57 
5 50 



1 43 W 

1 42 W 

1 35 W 



84 0E 

5 20 ( E 
12 25 E 
20 33 E 



7 37 

7 33 
4 5 

2 55 

33 32 

8 25 
36 16 

21 19 

36 6 

9 
29 35 

3 39 

16 18 

1 20 



No. 

of 

Map. 



14 



INDEX. 



Place. 



Consoraimi, St. Lizier 

( ."onstantia, Constance 

Constantia pr. Sa- J 
lamis, Costanza j 

Constantia, v. Gazae 
Majumas . . . 

Constantiana, Kus- 
tenOje .... 

Constant inopolis, 
prius Byzantium, 
Stamboul or Con- 
stantinople . . 

*Consuantse, Bavaria 

Contadesdus Fl. . . 

♦Contestani, Murcia 

Contrabia . . . . 

Convallaria, v. Ni- ) 
varia I. . . . j 

•Convenae, Upper 1 
Pyrenees . . . ) 

Convennos I., Canvey 

Copae, Topolios . . 

Copais Ps., Topulias . 

Copar, Sherm til ) 
Khurrur . . . \ 

Cophanta . . . . 

Cophas, Gwadel . . 

Cophen, vcl Zarom- \ 
bo FL, Dustee or > 
Moolceanee . . j 

Copia, olim Thurii, ) 
Orio .... j 

Coptos, Koft . . . 

Cora, Com . . . . 

Coraccsium, Alaya . 

Coralla, Kerelli . . 

*Coranitae, El Ahsa . 

Corassiae, v. Corseae \ 
I., Furnis . . ) 

Corax M 

Corax M 

Corax M 

Corbeus, Corbega 

Corbilo, Coueron . . 

Corbulonis Monu- \ 
mentum, Gorre- > 
dyk ) 

•Corconti, Silesia ) 
and Poland . . j 

Corcuna, v. Deme- j 
trias, nr. Kirkuk ) 

Corcyra, Crfu . . 

Corcyra I., Corfu 

Corcyra Nigra, Cor- ) 
zola J 

Corda 

Cordonis, Zsitva . . 

Corduba, Cordova 

*Cordueni et Cardu 
chi, Kurdistan 

Cordyle 

Cordyle 

Cordylusa I., S. ) 
Catalina . . . ) 

Coreae 

Cornnium, S. Perino 

Cori T., Ramanancor 

Coriallum . . . . 

Coridorgis, Iglau . . 

Corinia, Cerina . . 

Corinium, v. Duro- \ 
cornovium, Ci- \ 
rencester . . . j 

Corinium, Karin . . 

•Corinthia . . . . 

Corinthiacus S. . . 

Corinthus, Corintho . 

Corioli, M. Giove . . 

•Coriondi . . . . 

•Corisopiti, Finis- 
terre .... 

Corissia, Pt.S.Nicolas 

•Coritani, Lincoln, 
Leicester, Rut- 
land, and Not- 
tingham Shires 

Corium .... 

Corius, vcl Salsus \ 
FL, Rud Shiur . ) 

Cormasa .... 

•Comabii . . . 

♦Cornavii, Cheshire, 
Staffordsh ire,an& 
Shropshire . . 

Cornciii Forum, 
Jmola .... 

Corniaspa . . . 



Lat. 


Long. 


No. 

of 

Map. 

13 

13 


43 
49 5 


N 
X 


1 5 
1 27 


E 

w 


35 6 


X 


34 2 


E 


19 


31 28 


N 


34 25 


E 


20 


44 12 


N 


28 45 


E 


10 


41 


N 


28 58 


E 


10 


47 45 
41 20 
38 30 
40 19 


N 
N 
N 

N 


11 40 
27 10 

1 20 

2 32 


E 
E 
W 
W 


15 
10 
16 
16 


28 


N 


17 


w 


1 


43 


N 


30 


E 


13 


51 35 

38 30 

38 27 


N 

N 
N 


55 

23 10 
23 7 


E 

E 
E 


11 

8 
8 


22 45 


N 


39 3 


E 


23 


26 10 
25 10 


S 


60 34 
62 11 


E 
E 


24 
24 


26 30 


N 


62 20 


E 


24 


39 40 


N 


16 25 


E 


5 


25 59 
41 39 
36 33 
41 5 

27 58 


N 
N 

N 
N 

N 


32 49 
12 54 
32 2 
39 9 
46 55 


E 
E 
E 

E 
E 


18 
4 
19 
19 
23 


37 35 


N 


26 32 


E 


9 


38 28 
38 40 

38 15 

39 55 
47 15 


N 
N 
N 
N 
N 


20 37 
22 7 
27 5 
33 10 
1 45 


E 
E 
E 

E 
W 


8 

8 

9 

19 

13 


53 2 


N 


6 3 


E 


14 


51 25 


N 


18 10 


E 


14 


35 13 


N 


44 10 


E 


22 


39 37 
39 40 


N 
N 


19 55 
19 50 


E 

E 


8 

8 


42 55 


N 


17 


E 


15 


55 37 
46 8 
37 54 


N 
N 
N 


3 20 

17 21 

4 45 


w 

E 
W 


12 
15 
16 


37 45 


N 


43 15 


E 


22 


41 5 
41 11 


N 
N 


39 26 

40 55 


E 
E 


19 
19 


35 52 


N 


27 48 


E 


9 


32 11 
42 8 
9 25 
49 40 
49 20 
35 18 


N 

N 
N 
N 
N 
N 


35 19 
13 54 
79 30 
1 50 
15 40 
33 28 


E 
E 

E 
W 
E 
E 


20 
4 
25 
13 
14 
19 


51 43 


N 


1 55 


YV 


11 


44 7 

37 55 

38 10 
37 54 
41 38 
52 36 


N 
N 

N 
N 
N 
N 


15 39 
23 

22 30 

22 54 

12 42 

7 30 


E 
E 
E 
E 
E 

w 


15 

7 
7 
7 
4 
12 


48 


N 


4 


w 


13 


37 39 


N 


24 20 


E 


9 


52 50 


N 


1 


w 


11 


35 20 


N 


24 18 


E 


9 


27 30 


N 


56 


E 


24 


37 31 
58 20 


N 

N 


30 59 
3 30 


E 
W 


19 
12 


52 30 


N 


2 


\Y 


11 


44 23 


X 


11 40 


E 


3 


39 55 


X 


35 2 


E 


19 



.] 



Place. 



Corniculanum, 

Mezzogon 
Corobilium . 
Coiocotinum, Har-1 

flour . . . . j 
Corodanum Pr., J 

Ras el Had . . ) 
Coromanis, Grane 
Corone, Petalidhi 
Coronea, Corumnies . 

Corouea 

Coronta 

Coronus M., Koh \ 

Bear . . . . j 
Coropassus . . . . 

Corra 

Corra 

Corragum, Kiuka 

Corseae 

Corsica I., Corsica . 
Corsio, v. Herculia . 
Co' stopitum, Cor- ) 

bridge . . . . J 
Corsula, Contigliano 

Cortatha 

Corticata I., Carreira 
Corterate, Coutras . 
Cortona, Cortona . . 
Cortoriacum, Courtrai 

Cortyta 

Coryca I., Grabusa . 
Coiyceon Pr., Koraka 
Coryceus M. ... 
Corycum Pr., Koraka 
Corydallus . . . . 
Corypbas . . . . 
Cos I., Stanco . . . 
Cos, Stanco . . . . 
Cosa, Ansedonia . . 
Cosa 



Cosa, Kota . . . 
Cosa, sub . . . 
Co.-amba . . . 
•Cosetani, Catalonia 
Cossa, Civita . . 
*Cossaei .... 
Cossanis, vel Her- 

culis P., Po. 

Ercole . . 
Cossio, postca Va- 

satcs, Bazas 
Cossoanus FL, Cosah 
Cossyra I., Pantcl- ) 

laria . . . . j 
Costa Ballenae, j 

Costa Rainera . ) 
Cosyntus . . . . 
*Cotacene . . . . 
Cotamba . . . . 
Cotes, vel Ampelu- ] 

sia Pr., Spartel . | 

*Cotesii 

CotiarisFL, Cambo- ] 

dia ) 

Cotorissum . . . . 
Cottiae, Cozzo . . . 
Cottiae Alpes . . . 
Cottiara, vel Cot- 

tona, Cochin 

Cottis 

Cottobara . . . . 
Cottobara, Baron a . 
Cotyaeum, Kutahieh 
Cotyora, Pershemoab 
Cougium, Villerias . 
Coveliacse, Rotten- ) 

berg . . . . j 

Cozala 

Cozyntbium, Marza ] 

Bureigah . . j 
Cragus Pr., Yedi j 

Souroun . . . ) 
Crambusa I., Gram- ) 

bousa . . . . ) 

Crania 

Crania M 

Cranii, Argostoli . . 
Crannon . . . . 
Crannon . . . . 
Crastus, Acristia . . 
Cratas M., Madonia . 
Crateae Iae., Coro 

naia, &c. . . 
Crathis FL, Crati 
Crathis FL, Akrata 
Gratia, vel Flavi- ) 

opolis, Tereboli . ) 



Lat. 

44 52 

48 34 

49 31 

22 30 

29 15 
36 57 

38 23 

39 10 
38 37 

36 15 

38 20 

37 38 

29 11 

40 54 

38 37 
42 30 
47 14 

54 56 

42 24 
9 55 

42 25 

45 3 

43 17 

50 51 
36 31 
35 39 
38 6 
38 13 

35 38 

38 1 

39 29 

36 50 
36 53 
42 23 

44 7 
25 14 
42 24 
22 

41 20 
39 49 
32 40 

42 23 

44 30 

27 
36 50 

43 51 

41 8 

42 22 
31 7 

35 48 

45 12 

10 

45 3 
45 11 
45 

10 10 

15 7 

28 28 
19 

39 20 
41 
41 55 

47 44 

40 30 

30 25 

36 22 

36 8 

39 8 
39 9 

38 8 

39 29 
39 13 

37 39 

37 42 

43 50 

39 35 

38 5 

40 23 



Loug. 

12 
4 28 
15 

59 50 

48 2 

21 57 

22 57 
22 31 
21 22 

55 50 



33 30 
39 58 
53 12 
19 49 
23 12 
9 
18 24 

1 58 

12 42 

99 30 

8 58 

5 
12 1 

3 17 
23 6 
23 33 
26 38 
26 35 
23 34 
23 37 

26 56 

27 10 
27 18 
11 19 

1 21 
75 54 
11 20 
88 10 

1 
16 20 
47 

11 18 



24 
87 
11 50 

7 54 

25 5 
42 50 
55 20 

5 55 

26 30 
106 20 

6 

8 3 
6 50 

76 15 

80 7 
66 30 
84 45 
30 20 
37 50 
4 52 

10 56 

41 46 

19 36 

29 9 

33 35 

21 

21 15 

20 32 

22 16 

21 26 
13 2? 
13 20 

15 20 

16 20 

22 16 

30 52 



No. 

of 
Map 

3 
13 
13 

23 

23 

7 



Place. 



Crangiae I., Stakto- 

roya .... 
Cremera FL, Valca 
Cremna, Kebridaz 
Cremona, Cremona 
Crenides, postea 

Philippi, Filiba 
*Creones, Ross-shire 
Creta, I., Candia 
Creticum Mare, «S 

of Candia 
Cretopolis . . . . 
Creusis, P.Livadostro 
Crevenia, Zands . . 
Crexa I., Pago . . 
Crimisa, postea Pa- ) 

ternum, Giro . ) 
Crimisa Pr., Capo \ 

dell' Alice . . j 
Crimisus FL, Cala 

tabellotta . . . 
Crion M., . . . 
Crispas, ad . . . 
Crissa, Krisso . . 
Crissaeus S., G. of 1 

Salona . . . ] 
Critbote Pr. . . 
Criu-metopon Pr. 
Criu-metopon Pr., ] 

Crio . . . . ) 

Crius Fl 

CrLxia .... 
*Crobyzi .... 
Croceaa .... 
Crociatonum, Va- ] 

lognes . . . . ) 
Crocodilopolis . . 
Crocodilopolis, Queri 
Crocodilos . . . 
Crocolana, v.Croio- 

colana, Bruugh. 
Crocylia I., Arkudi 
Crocylium . . . 
Cromi, Gamara . 
Cromma .... 
Crommyon, A. 

'1 heodhoros . . 
Crommyon Pr., 

Curmachiti . . 
Croto, Cutroni 
Crucium .... 
Cruni, vel Diony- 

siopolis, vel Mati- 

opolis .... 
Crusime, Dole . . 
Crufitumerium, 

Marcigliana 
Crustumius FL, 

Conca .... 
Crya, Cari . . . 
Cryptus P., v. Ami- 

tbos Cuta . . . 
Ctesiphon, Tak 

Kesra .... 
Ctimene .... 
Cuarius, vel Cura- 

liusFl. . . . 
*Cubi, Allier . . 
Cuccium, Vukovar 
Cuculle, Kuchel . 
Cucullum, Cucullo 
Cucusus, Cocsoa . 
Cuda FL, Coa . . 
Cuicutum . . . 
Cularo, postea Gra- 

tianopolis, Gre- 
noble .... 
*Culiconcs, Valtellina 
Cullu, Kolah . . . 
Cullucitanae. Ras \ 

Hadid ...» 
Cuma, vel Cyme, ) 

Guzalhissar . | 
Cumacalum, Gait ha 
Cumae, Cumia . . . 
Cumaeus S., G. of 1 

Sundarlie . . | 
Cumania Castellum, 1 

Passa?wbour . \ 
Cumanus S., Go. di ) 

Napoli . . . j 
Cumerium Prom. \ 

Me. Comero . . J 
Cuminarius Vicus, | 

Colmenar . . ) 
Cunaxa, Imseyab . . 
Cuneiio, AJildenhall 



Lat. 




Long 




No. 

of 

Map. 


37 49 


X 


1 
23 23 E 


7 


42 5 

37 59 
45 9 


X 

N 
X 


12 23IE 
30 55 E 
10 2 E 


4 
19 
3 


41 4 


X 


24 21 


E 


10 


57 30 
35 10 


X 
X 


5 25 
25 


E 


12 
9 


36 


X 


25 


E 


9 


37 25 

38 12 
41 57 
44 30 


X 
X 
X 
X 


30 46 
23 8 
20 19 
14 55 


E 
E 

E 
E 


19 
8 

10 
15 


39 24 


X 


17 7 


E 


5 


39 25 


X 


17 10 


E 


5 


37 35 


N 


15 15 


E 


5 


37 35 
35 33 

38 29 


N 
X 

X 


22 31 
1 10 

22 28 


E 
W 

E 


7 

17 
8 


38 20 


X 


22 30 


E 


8 


38 32 
44 5 


X 
X 


21 

34 


E 
E 


8 

1 


35 16 


N 


23 30 


E 


9 


38 8 
44 32 
43 30 
36 53 


X 
X 
X 
N 


22 23 

8 28 

27 30 

22 35 


E 
E 

E 
E 


7 

3 

10 

7 


49 30 


N 


1 28 


w 


13 


26 27 
25 30 
30 40 


X 
X 

N 


31 37 

32 27 
20 


E 
E 
E 


18 
18 
17 


53 9 


N 


40 


\Y 


11 


38 33 
38 27 
37 19 
41 49 


X 
X 
X 
X 


20 42 
22 5 
22 5 
32 42 


E 
E 
E 
E 


8 

8 

7 

19 


37 57 


X 


23 9E 


7 


35 27 


N 


33 15'E 


19 


39 9 

45 36 


N 

X 


17 8E 

15 14 E 

) 


5 
15 


43 24 


N 


28 6E 


10 


47 5 


N 


5 34 E 


13 


41 59 


N 


12 29'e 


4 


43 55 


X 


12 35 E 


3 


36 40 


N 


28 52 E 


19 


23 29 


X 


58 31 jE 


23 


33 7 


X 


44 35 E 


22 


39 7 


N 


22 2E 


8 


39 15 


X 


22 2E 


8 


46 30 
45 21 

47 40 
42 
37 50 
41 
36 10 


N 
X 
X 
X 
N 
X 
X 


2 40 
19 2 
13 8 
13 47 
36 40 
7 
5 39 


E 
E 
E 

E 

1-; 

\Y 

E 


13 
15 
15 
4 
19 
16 
17 


45 10 


N 


5 45 


E 


13 


46 10 
37 8 


X 
X 


9 30 
6 30 


E 
E 


15 
17 


37 3 


X 


7 15 


E 


i; 


38 46 


N 


27 


E 


9 


16 30 
-tO 52 


X 
X 


52 7 
14 3 


E 
E 


23 
4 


38 50 


X 


26 45 


E 


19 


42 21 


X 


45 5 


E 


22 


40 40 


X 


14 10 


E 


4 


43 39 


X 


13 32 


E 


3 


40 7 


X 


3 22 


W 


16 


32 48 
51 27 


X 
X 


44 19 


E 

W 


22 
11 



INDEX. 



15 



Place. 



Cuneum Pr. C. S. 

A; aria .... 
*Cuneus, Algarve . 
Cuni, Puujgoor . . 

Cuppse 

Cupra Montana, ) 

Massaccia . . j 
Cupra Maritima, i 

Le Grotte . . j 
Curalius, v. Cuarius \ 

Fl i 

Curcum, Medak . . 
Cures, Vorres . . . 
Curia, B or thwick Cos. 
Curia, Char . . . 
Curias Pr., Gatto 
Curicta I., Veglia 
*Curiones, Franconia 
*Curiosolites, Cotes 

du Nord . . . 
Curium .... 
Curmiligca, Conty 
Currafo .... 
Curubis, Kurba . 
Cusae, El Kossieh 
Cusum, Szaszek . 
Cusus Fl., Waag . 
Cutasium, vel Cyta, 

Koutais ... 
Cutiliae et L., Paterno 
Cutina, Ca. Aquana 
Cyamosorus Fl., ] 

Adriano . . . j 
Cyaneae I., Cayennees 

Cybate 

Cybelia 

Cybros 

Cy cesium, Stravo- { 

kefali . . . . { 
Cyclades Iae., Do- ) 

dekanisa . . . \ 
Cydamus, vel ad 

Augmagdum, 

Gadamis . . 

Cydnus Fl 

Cydonia, Ierami . , 
Cyinda ..... 
Cyllene, Clarenza 
Cyllene M., Zyria , 
Cyllenicus sinus . , 
Cyme, Fouchcs . . 
Cynaetha, Kalavryta 
Cynia Ls., Anatolico 
Cyniphs FL, IVady ) 

Khali an . . . i 
Cynopolis, Sheikh j 

Hassan . . . ) 
Cynoscephalae . . , 
Cynosema, Arab 

Kullin . . . 
Cynossema, Cas. of ) 

Europe . . . ) 
Cynossema Prom., i 

Volno . . . . \ 
Cynosura Pr., Ma- j 

rathon . . . . j 
*Cynuiia . . . 
Cynus, Livonati . 
Cyparissia, Arkadia 
Cyparissia, Blitra 
Cyparissium Pr., \ 

Koncllo or A rka- j 

dia J 

Cyparissius Fl., j 

Arkadia . . . | 
Cyparissius S , G. ) 

of Arkadia . . j 
Cyparissus, Panics 
Cyphanta, P. Ky- 

parisi .... 
Cyphara, Kyphara 
Cyprus I. . . . 
CjTpsela .... 
Cyrelise .... 
•Cyrene, v. Cyrenaica 
Cyrene, Grennah 
Cyri Castra . . . 
Cyri Ostia . . . 
Cyrnus, v. Corsica 

I., Corsica . . 
Cyropolis, Enzelle 
•Cyrrhestica . . 
Cyrrhus .... 
Cvrrhus, Khoros . 
•Cyrtii .... 
Cyrtone .... 
Cyrus Fl., Kour . 



Lat. 




Long 




No. 
of 






Map 


36 56 


N 


7 50 


W 


16 


37 20 


N 


8 


\Y 


16 


27 17 


X 


62 45 


E 


24 


44 39 


N 


21 40 


E 


10 


43 26 


N 


13 9 


E 


3 


43 


N 


13 53 


r; 


4 


39 15 


N 


22 2 


& 


8 


44 26 


N 


15 30 


E 


15 


42 10 


X 


12 40 


E 


4 


55 39 


X 


3 1 


W 


12 


46 47 


X 


9 30 


E 


15 


34 32 


X 


33 9 


E 


19 


45 5 


X 


14 35 


E 


15 


49 50 


X 


11 


E 


14 


48 20 


X 


2 30 


W 


13 


34 41 


X 


32 59 


E 


19 


49 42 


X 


2 5 


E 


13 


32 36 


X 


45 30 


E 


22 


36 35 


X 


10 52 


E 


17 


27 25 


X 


30 52 


E 


18 


45 14 


X 


19 34 


E 


15 


49 


X 


18 


E 


14 


42 14 


X 


42 48 


E 


22 


42 25 


X 


12 59 


E 


4 


-.2 22 


X 


13 53 


E 


4 


37 35 


X 


14 50 


E 


5 


41 16 


X 


29 7 


E 


10 


32 5 


X 


46 14 


E 


22 


38 39 


X 


26 26 


E 


19 


36 28 


X 


36 56 


E 


21 


37 41 


X 


21 41 


E 


7 


37 


X 


25 


E 


9 


29 38 


X 


11 17 


E 


17 


37 


X 


34 55 


E 


19 


35 29 


X 


24 


E 


9 


37 


X 


34 44 


E 


19 


37 56 


X 


21 9 


E 


7 


37 55 


X 


22 25 


E 


7 


37 57 


X 


21 13 


E 


7 


38 42 


X 


26 55 


E 


19 


38 2 


X 


22 8 


E 


7 


38 20 


X 


21 20 


E 


8 


32 30 


X 


14 23 


E 


17 


28 23 


X 


30 54 


E 


18 


39 25 


X 


22 31 


E 


8 


30 54 


X 


29 4 


E 


18 


40 9 


X 


26 21 


E 


10 


36 33 


X 


28 2 


E 


9 


38 8 


X 


24 4 


E 


7 


37 22 


X 


22 35 


E 


7 


38 43 


X 


23 3 


E 


8 


37 15 


X 


21 41 


E 


7 


36 41 


X 


22 51 


E 


7 


37 12 


X 


21 35 


E 


7 


37 18 


X 


21 45 


E 


7 


37 25 


X 


21 30 


E 


7 


38 27 


N 


22 37 


E 


8 


36 58 


X 


22 59 


E 


7 


39 12 


X 


22 8 


E 


8 


35 


X 


33 30 


E 


19 


41 3 


X 


26 25 


E 


10 




X 


22 5 


E 


8 


30 


X 


21 40 


E 


17 


32 48 


X 


21 50 


E 


17 


37 45 


X 


34 58 


E 


19 


39 18 


X 


49 7 


E 


22 


42 30 


X 


9 10 


E 


3 


37 30 


X 


49 30 


E 


24 


36 50 


X 


37 10 


E 


21 


40 52 


X 


22 29 


E 


10 


36 57 


X 


37 


E 


21 


36 


X 


50 


E 


24 


38 33 


X 


23 7 


E 


8 


40 40 


X 


47 15 


E 


22 



Place. 



Cysa 

Cyta, v. Cutasium, ) 

Koutais . . . ) 
Cythcra I., Ccrigo 
Cythera, Po. Castro 
Cytherus . . . 
Cythnos I., Thermia 
Cythnos, Rcvrao 

Castro . . . 
Cytinium . . 
Cy torus M. . . 
Cyiza, Gwuttur 
Cyzicus, Balkis 



Dabana 

Dabanegoris Regio, ) 

Dibba .... | 

*Dabasae 

Dabecia 

Da* erath, Daburriek 

Dabir 

Dablan 

Dableoe 

*Dachanabades . . 
*Dacharemoizae, in 

ElAhsa . . . 
*Dacia .... 
*Dacia Aureliani . 
Dactonum Lemo- 

vorum, Monforte 

dc Lemos . . . 

Dadara 

Dadastana . . . . 
Dades Pr., Chiti . . 

Daedala 

*Daesitiates, Bosnia . 

Dagana 

Dagolassus . . . . 

*Daba3 

Dahra 

Daldia, Ghiuldiz . . 
Dalluntum, Ternova 
^Dalmatia, Dalmatia 
♦Damascene . . . 
Damascus, vel Da- ) 

masek, Sham . ) 
*Damensii . . . . 
Dammana, Sarawan? 
Damnaba . . . . 

Damnia 

*Damnii, Lanark, &c. 
Damnonium, vel \ 

Ocrinum Prom., \ 

Lizard Pt. . . ) 
♦Damnonii, Corn- ) 

wall & Devonsh. \ 
Dan, prius Lais, vel \ 

Leshem, Tel el \ 

Kidi . . . . ) 
Danacon, Neochorio . 
*Danduti, Saxony 
Daneum P., Har. 1 

of Suez . . . i 
Danis, v. Tyana, 

Kiz Hissar . 
♦Dan, Tribus . 
Danubius FL, Daiiube 

Danubii F 

Danum, Doncaster . 
*Daonce, Tanasserim 
Daonas FL, Tanas- } 

serim . . . . | 
*Daorisi, Herzego- j 

vina . . . . ) 

Daphaba 

Dapbne, Daueir . . 
Daphnus . . . . 
♦Daradae . . . . 
Daradus Fl. . . . 
Daradax FL, Abu 
*Dardania . . . . 
Darantasia . . . . 
Dardanus . . . . 
Daremma . . . . 
Dariausa . . . . 
Darii Hystaspis Pons 
Dariorigum, postea ) 

Veneti, Vannes . ) 

Darna 

•Darni, Armagh ) 

and Doicn . . | 
Darnis, Dernah . . 
♦Daromas . . . . 
*Darrae, Oman . . 



Lat. 




Long 




25 30 


N 


63 30 


E 


42 14 


X 


42 48 


E 


36 15 


X 


23 


E 


36 14 


X 


23 4 


E 


37 53 X 


23 53 


E 


37 25 


X 


24 25 


E 


37 26 


X 


24 25 


E 


38 41 


X 


22 20 


E 


41 42jN 


32 48 


i>: 


25 10 N 


61 29 


E 


40 21 N 


27 44 


E 



No. 

of 

Map 

24 

22 

9 
9 

7 
9 



36 30 N 



25 32 

27 
19 46 

32 42 
31 29 
31 43 
40 
15 

24 35 

45 

43 23 

42 34 

34 37 

39 53 
34 45 
36 43 

44 35 
6 10 

39 25 
36 50 

22 15 
38 35 

42 50 

43 40 

33 40 

33 33 

31 

28 42 
31 26 

23 23 
55 50 

49 57 



50 40 



33 15 

38 17 
50 50 

30 

37 47 

31 45 
48 10 
48 3 

53 32 

14 

10 13 

43 

41 34 
06 6 

38 44 

15 

16 30 
35 59 

42 15 
45 30 
40 5 

34 27 

35 30 
45 20JX 

47 40 N 

36 24|N 

54 20 

32 45 
31 25 
21 55 X 



39 28 E 22 



57 3 

91 

43 42 

35 24 

34 59 
47 13 

30 40 
77 

49 7 

24 

22 30 

7 41 

40 48 

31 5 

33 42 
29 
18 
81 
38 6 

63 
56 55 
28 47 
17 52 

17 

36 10 

36 19 

15 30 

64 26 

35 48 

58 47 

4 

5 10 
4 

35 38 

23 6 
12 50 

32 34 

34 40 

34 47 

16 30 

8 16 

1 7 
l00 

99 10 

18 20 

26 15 

36 15 

22 52 
15 
14 

38 10 

21 

6 32 

26 25 
42 7 
47 18 
28 51 

2 45 

44 19 

6 30 

22 44 

35 

50 55 



W 



w 



11 



20 



Place. 



Darsa 

Darlha 

Dascylium .... 
Dasea 

Dastarcum .... 
Dastira ..... 

Datus , 

Daucopolis .... 
Daudyana, Diyadin 
Daulia .... 
Daulis, Daulia . . 
*Daunia, Capitanata 
Dausara .... 
Davaba .... 
Daxata .... 
*Daximonitis . . . 

Dea, Die 

Deabolis, Dcval . . 
Deba, Ain-tab . . . 

Deba 

Debelcus, v. Develtus 

Debir 

Deborus Superior, 1 

Up. Dibre . . ) 
Deborus Inferior, | 

Lr. Dibre . . j 

Deceleia 

Decimum, ad . 
Decimum, ad, nr 

Arundel . . 
Decimum, ad . 
*Decumates . . 
Deera .... 



Lat. 



37 45 
37 25 
40 19 
37 24 

37 54 

39 14 

40 56 
36 41 

39 31 

40 59 

38 31 

41 20 

35 53 

41 6 

36 
40 20 
44 45 

40 50 

37 3 
37 36 

42 22 
32 7 

41 22 
41 35 



•} 



aermc- \ 
,, on C. J 



E 


15 


E 


10 


E 


21 


E 


8 


W 


1 


W 


1 


E 


21 


E 


10 


E 


13 


E 


19 


E 


22 


E 


24 


E 


10 


W 


13 


E 


22 


W 


12 


E 


17 


E 


20 


E 


23 



Delas, Silla, v. Gor- ) 

gos FL, Diijalah ) 

Delemna 

Delium, Dihsi . . . 
Delkos, Derkus . . 
Delminium, Douvno. 
Dclos I., Delos . . . 
Delphi, Kastri . . . 
Delpbini P., Po. Fino 
Delphinium Ptus., ) 

Apostoli Bay . ) 
Delphinium, P. Fino 

*Delta 

*Demetae, Pem- 
broke <$• Cardigan 

Shires .... 
Demetrias . . . 
Demetrias, Gorifza 
Demetrias, vel Cor- 

cuna, nr.Kirkuk 
Demetrium . . . 
Demetrium 
Demetros Thermc 

siae Temp, 

Thermisi 
Dendrobosa 
♦Dentheletae . . . 
Deobriga, vel Am- ] 

bracia, Plascncia j 
Deonara, vel Deva, 1 

Chester . . . ) 
*Derbe, Devli . . . 
*Derbiccae . . . . 
*Derrii, Dalmatia 
Derrhis Pr., Drc- 1 

panos . . . . ] 

Derrima 

♦Derriopes, Dalmatia 
Dertona, Tortona . . 
Dertosa, Tortosa . . 
Derveinte . . . . 
Derventio, Lit. } 

Chester . . . j 
Derventio, nr. ) 

Stamford Br. . ) 

Desena 

Deserta Boiorum, 

Wurtemburg 

Bavaria 
Desudaba 
Deucaledonius Oce- ) 

anus .... | 
*Deuriopus . . . . 
Deva, Dei "an . . . 
Deva FL, Dec . . . 
Devana, Norman ) 

Dykes . . . . ) 
Deva, v. Deonna, ) 

Chester . . . ) 
Devana Via . . . . 
Develtus, v. Debelcus 
Devona, Schwein- \ 

furth .... I 
Dia I., Standia. . . 



mi, ) 



Long. 



50 49 

40 48 
48 46 
32 18 

34 

40 
38 20 

41 20 

43 45 

37 27 

38 28 

44 9 

38 18 

38 30 
31 

52 

29 45 

39 23 

35 13 

40 51 

40 24 

37 24 

25 15 

41 46 

40 10 

53 12 

37 20 

38 45 

43 30 

39 55 

35 35 

44 
44 53 

40 48 
39 15 

52 56 

54 

34 18 

48 50 

41 25 
57 

41 
15 59 

55 10 

57 7 

53 12 

52 56 

42 22 

50 6 

35 2 



31 11 

42 57 
28 35 
22 4 
36 55 
39 50 

24 30 
27 42 

43 45 
20 10 

22 43 
15 45 
38 35 
54 30 

108 

36 30 
5 23 

20 55 

37 12 
41 50 

27 25 
35 35 

20 39 

20 42 

23 49 
7 46 

34 

17 35 

9 10 

47 7 

45 

33 10 
23 41 

28 40 
17 20 

25 19 

22 31 
9 14 

23 49 



No. 

of 

Map. 



4 20 



E 
E 

W 11 



66 45 

22 59 


E 
E 


44 10 


E 


31 20 
25 36 


E 

E 


23 18 


E 


62 30 
23 50 


E 
E 


5 55 


W 


2 54 


w 


33 55 
60 
16 30 


E 
E 
E 


24 


E 


37 55 

16 

8 51 

31 

40 29 


E 
E 
E 
E 
E 


1 26 


W 


55 


W 


4 40 


E 


10 15 


E 


23 26 


E 


10 


W 


21 50 

44 45 

4 12 


E 
E 

w 


2 15 


W 


2 54 


w 


2 

27 25 


w 

E 


10 15 


E 


25 13 


E 



11 

10 

14 

9 



16 



INDEX. 



Place. 



*Diablintes, May- 

cnne .... 
Diachersis, Bas- 

souan Khail . • 
Diacira .... 
*Diacopene . . . 
Diacrii Scopuli . . 
Diagon Fl. . . . 
Diamuna, v. Jama- 

nes Fl., Jumna . 

Diana 

Dianee Forum, 

Dunstable . . 
Dial 133 Lacus et Lu- 

cus, L. di Nerni 
Diaiiium I., Gian- 

mtti .... 
Dianium, vel Arte- 

misium, Denia . 
Dianium Pr., v.He- 

meroscopium, C. 

S. Martin . . 
Diairoas .... 
Diauna, Derbent . 
Dibia, Dijon . . 
Dibon, Dhiban . . 

D caea 

Dieaearchia, postea 

Puteoli, Pozzuoli 
Dicclica Selorum, 

Mahirouca . . 

Dicte M 

Dictum, vel Dictis, 

Ambleside . . 
Dictynnacum, Magny 
Didaltiura . . . . 

*Diduni 

Didjmiae la?. . . . 

Didyme 

Didymc L, Salini . . 
Didymi S., Mirabel ] 

and Sitia . . . ) 
Didymi M., Didyma . 
Didymi, Jcronda . . 

Didymi Ms 

Didymus, Didyma . 
Dimallum . . . . 
Dimon Toir., fVady ) 

Kerak . . . . j 
Dimotichos, Dimo- j 

ti/ca | 

Dimum 

Dinaretium Pr., C. ) 

S. Andrea . . ( 
*Dindari, Turkish ) 

Croatia . . . ) 
Dindymene M. . . 
Dindvmus M., Ka- ) 

pu Dayh . . . ) 
Dinrlymus M. . . . 
Dinia, Digne . . . 
Dio Caesar ea . . . 
Dio Ciesarea, Kai- 1 

sar-koi . . . ) 
Dio Caesarea, v. Sep- j 

phovis, Sefurieh. ) 
Diodori I., Per in . . 
Diolcos, Pseudo- \ 

Stoma . . . . ) 
Diolindum, La \ 

Lin d re ...» 
Diomcdis Pr., P. ) 

delta Planca . ) 

Dion 

Dionysiades I., Yanis 
Dionysias . . . . 
Dicnysiopolis, vel 

Ciuni . . . 
Diopolis . . . 
Dioryctus . . . 
Dioscoridis Ci vitas, ) 

Tamareed . . ) 
Dioscoridis I., So- 1 

cotra .... | 
Dioscoron P., Do- | 

liana . . . . j 
Dioscurias, vel Se- j 

bastopolis . . . \ 
Dioscurum I. . . 
Diospolis Parva, 

ilaou .... 
Diospolis, vel Lydda 
Diospolis, v. Pane- 

p lysis, Tel el 

Dehcleh . . . 
Dipjea .... 
Dionias .... 



Lat. 



44 23 N 

38 52 N 

10 27(N 
I 

39 26 N 
44 4 N 
36 37 N 

38 26 N 

32 47 N 
12 42 N 
31 25 N 

44 53 N 

43 29 N 

39 7!n 
35 20JN 
29 19 X 

43 24 N 

42 ON 

38 50 X 

12 40 N 
12 30 X 

21 5X 

42 45 N 
38 58 N 
26 lo'x 

N 



31 57 
31 4 



37 33 N 
39 39 N 



Long. 



48 30 


N 


30 


31 40 


N 


20 


33 41 
10 35 
38 39 
37 33 


N 
N 
N 

N 


42 33 
35 10 
24 9 

21 48 


28 


N 


77 30 


35 30 


N 


6 3 


51 53 


X 


33 


41 38 


N 


12 42 


42 13 


N 


11 9 


38 54 


N 


3 


38 53 


N 


7 


31 8 
42 13 

47 18 
31 32 
40 58 


X 
N 
N 

N 

N 


20 19 
48 20 
5 4 
35 51 
25 11 


40 50 


N 


14 7 


30 35 


N 


18 28 


35 5 


N 


25 55 


54 26 


X 


2 59 


35 38 
48 
50 50 
31 4 
25 33 
38 34 


N 
X 
N 
N 
N 
N 


23 44 
6 3 
20 20 
29 47 
33 12 
14 48 


35 15 


N 


25 50 


37 28 
37 20 
22 15 
37 28 
41 39 


N 
N 

N 
N 
N 


23 14 

27 17 
59 30 
23 11 
19 36 


31 13 


X 


35 45 


41 31 


N 


20 31 


43 40 


X 


25 20 


35 36 


N 


34 32 



w 



No. 

of 

Map 

13 

17 

22 

19 

9 

7 



E 


25 


E 


17 


W 


11 


E 


4 


E 


4 


E 


16 



E 16 



E 
E 
E 

0|E 
E 



16 

30 9 
27 50 

31 40 
6 18 

33 49 

31 40 E 



35 18 
43 28 

31 34 

36 

15 58 

22 54 
26 10 

30 2i) 

28 6 

24 10 
20 45 

54 10 

54 

37 5 

41 5 
17 6 

32 19 
34 57 

31 52 

22 16 
22 33;E 



17 



Place. 



Dipo 

Di ( ;onia 

Dirse Pr., Ran Sejan. 

Diridotis, vel Tere- ) 
don ) 

Dispargum, Duisburg 

Dis^io 

*Ditiones, Croatia 

Diuguntorum Fo- 
rum, Crema . . 

Dium 

Dium 

Dium, Ghialtra . 

Dium, Standia 

Dium Pr., Sassaso 

Diur M., Jeb. Habib . 

Diva FL, Dee . . 

Divinus P. . . . 

Divodurum, postea 
Mediomatrici 
Metz .... 

Divodurus . . . 

Divona, postea Ca- 
d rci, Cahors . 

Doberus, Doiran . 

*Dobuni, Glouces- 
tershire . . . 

Docea, Tocia . . 

*Doceres .... 

Docilia Alba, Al- 
bissola .... 

Dodone, Gastritza 

Dolichae, v. Zeno- 
bii Iae., Koorya 
Moorya Is. . . 

Dolicbe .... 



:) 



Doliche .... 
•Dolopes .... 
*Dolopia .... 
Domae I., Chilney 

*Domanitis . . . 
Domiiianus P., Po. 

S. Stefano . . 
Domitii Forum, 

Montpellier . . 
Domitiopolis . . 

Dona 

Donantilia . . . 
Donusa, M. Koryli 
Donysa I., Raclia 
Dora, v. Adoraim, 

Dura .... 
Dora, v. Dor, Tar- 

tura .... 
Dordomana . . . 
*Doreni, El Ilejas 
Doridis S., G. of 

Doris .... 
Doriones, Trosti 

anin 
•Doris 
*Doris .... 
Doriscus .... 
Dorista .... 
Dorium .... 
Dorticum, Negoti?i 
Dorvatium Fl., Dart 
Doryleum, Eski-sher. 

Dosa 

Dosara, Doesah . . 

Doththa 

Dothaira 

Doubriga 

Drabescas, Drama . 
Dracones, ad . . . 
Ad Dracones . . . 
Draconum . . . . 
Draconum Prom., ] 

Phanari . . . ] 
•Drangiana . . . . 

Drastoca 

Dravus FL, Drave, ) 

or Drau . . . ( 
Drepanum Prom., ) 

Drepano . . . t 
Drepanum, vel He- j 

roopoliticum Pr. J 
Drepanum, Trapani. 
Drepanum Pr., C. ) 

Trepano . . . \ 
Drepanum Prom., 

Drepano . . , 
Drepsa . . . , 
Drepsa- Metropolis 
*Dribyces . . . 
*Drilae .... 
Drilo FL, Drin . 



Lat. 



3S 58 

37 42 
12 30 

30 24 

51 28 
30 47 
45 25 

45 26 

32 34 
40 25 

38 51 
40 10 
35 28 
35 10 
57 7 
35 50 

49 7 



48 46 


N 


41 18 


N 


41 11 


N 


51 50 


N 


41 5 
41 15 


N 
X 


44 20 


N 


39 44 


X 



17 30 

40 
37 

30 30 
39 
24 50 

41 40 

42 24 

43 33 

36 18 

39 11 
32 3 
38 4 
36 50 

31 32 

32 39 

35 32 
19 55 

36 35 

43 30 

36 30 

38 43 

40 50 
32 59 

37 18 

44 11 
50 30 

39 31 

36 44 
23 
32 45 
32 37 
42 40 
41 

35 6 
39 15 

37 41 

37 44 

30 

34 15 

46 35 

38 20 

27 45 
$ 3 

35 

35 29 



38 42 

39 

37 X 
10 50 X 
42 0IX 



Long. 



6 37 W 



22 6 

43 27 

47 29 

6 53 
15 26 
15 30 

43 

36 10 

24 1 
22 58 
22 31 

25 

5 30 
2 5 

30 

6 9 

1 51 

1 58 
22 30 

2 

34 10 
22 45 

8 31 

20 5 

56 

22 7 

37 12 
13 
22 45 

66 30 

34 30 

11 10 

3 46 

32 52 

35 20 
46 59 
22 34 

25 29 

35 5 

34 57 

52 50 
41 25 

27 45 

24 41 

28 
22 15 

26 

44 52 

21 50 

22 34 
3 46 

30 47 
44 5 
85 

48 45 

35 28 
3 2 

24 10 

48 

39 48 

26 19 

26 23 

62 

67 45 

15 
21 51 

33 35 

12 35 
32 12 



24 17 E 



70 8 
70 30 
50 
39 40 
19 30 



No. 

of 

Map. 

16 

7 
23 

22 

14 

17 
15 



23 



Place. 


Lat. 




Long 




No. 
of 












Map 


Drilon FL, Drin . . 


42 


X 


20 





F 


10 


*Drimati, Oman . . 


22 40 


X 


58 


50 


R 


23 


Drinum, ad ... . 


44 35 


X 


19 


J 3 


E 


15 


Drinus FL, Drin . . 


43 45 


N 


19 


10 


E 


15 




41 45 


X 


15 


50 


R 


4 


Drubetis, vel Dru- ) 
pbegis .... | 














44 39 


N 


23 


4 


E 


10 


*Dructeri .... 


52 10 


N 


7 


45 


E 


14 


Druentia FL, Du- ) 
ranee . . . . ) 














43 40 


N 


5 


30 


E 


13 


Druzicara, Karishtan 


41 16 


X 


27 


35 


E 


10 




33 50 


X 


2 





w 


17 


Drymusa I. , English I. 


38 30 X 


26 


41 


E 


9 






X 


22 


45 


F 


8 


Dubis Fons .... 


46 50 


X 


5 


10 


K 


13 


Dubris, Dover . . . 


51 7 


X 


1 


10 


R 


11 


DubroniaFL, Cork 1 
Harbour . . . ) 














51 50 


X 


8 


15 


W 


12 


*Dulgibini, Hanover. 


52 46 


X 


9 


20 


V, 


14 


Dulichium I. . . . 


38 22|X 


25 


13 


E 


8 


Dumetha, Mared . . 


29 45 X 


40 


4S 


V, 


23 


Dumna I., Stroma . 


58 39IN 


3 


10 


w 


12 




20 20 X 


73 





V, 


25 


Dunum, Down- ) 
patrick . . . \ 












54 18 N 


5 


41 


w 


12 


Dunum, Maiden Cas. 


50 43 X 


2 


3'? 


w 


11 


Dunum ^Est., Mth. ) 












of the Tees . . $ 


34 35 N 


1 


10 


vv 


Jl 


Duodecimum, ad . . 


45 28'n 


12 


10 


E 


3 


DurFl 


52 GX 


10 





W 


12 


Dura, Dur .... 


34 28! N 


43 48 


Fl 


22 


Dura Xicanoris . . 


34 44|N 


40 53 


R 


22 




33 25,X 


43 


10 


R 


22 


Duranius FL, Dor- ) 












dogne . . . . ) 


45 10 N 


2 





F 


13 


Durdus M., J. Beni \ 












Vesetcbus . . . ) 


33 40 


X 


4 





W 


17 




28 50 


N 


15 2( 


R 


19 


Duria FL, Dora Ri- ) 
paria . . . . ) 














45 32 


X 


V 


50 


E 


3 


Duriae, Dorno . . . 


45 12 


N 


8 


57 


F 


3 


Durii Ocellum, Fer- ) 
moselle . . . | 


41 28 


X 


6 20 


W 


16 


Durius FL, Doti.ro 


41 7 


X 


8 


35 


\Y 


16 


Durnium, Dagno 


42 2 N 


19 35 


E 


15 


Durnomagus . . . 


51 6jX 


6 46 


E 


14 


Durnomagus, Caster. 


52 36 N 





10 


'W 


11 


Durnovaria, Dor- \ 
Chester . . . . \ 


50 43 


X 


2 27 


\Y 


11 


Durobrivae, Water \ 
Newton . . . ) 


52 34 


N 





15 


w 


11 


Durobrivae, Rochester 


51 22 


X 





30 


E 


11 


Durocasses, Dreux . 


48 40 


X 


1 


20 


E 


13 


Durocatalaunum, \ 














postea Catalauni, > 


48 56 


X 


4 2< 


F 


13 


Chalons . . . ) 














Durocina, Dorchester 


51 39 


X 


1 


10 


w 


11 


Durocobrivae, Mai- ) 
den Bower . . ) 


51 55 


N 


38 


\Y 


11 


Durocornovium, v. \ 














Corinium, Ciren- \ 


51 43 


X 


1 


55 


w 


11 


ccster . . , . ) 














Durocortorum, pos- \ 
tea Remi, Rheims \ 


49 16 


X 


4 


1 


E 


13 


Duroicoregum . . . 


50 20 


X 


1 


50 


E 


13 


Durolevum, Nr. 1 
Milton .... | 


51 18 


N 





39 


E 


11 


Durolipons, God- j 
manchester . . j 


52 18 


X 





5 


\V 


11 


Durolitum, Nr. ) 
Romford . . . \ 


51 31 


X 





12 


E 


11 


Duronia, Ca. Vec- \ 
chia . . . . ) 


41 37 


X 


14 


17 


E 


4 


Duronum .... 


50 6 N 


3 


52 


F, 


13 


Durostorum, Silt- i 
tii, or Drista . ) 


44 9N 


27 


15 


E 


10 


♦Durotriges, Dor- I 
set shire . . . ) 


50 50 N 


2 


30 


W 


11 


Durovernum, Can- ) 
terbury . . . \ 


51 15 N 


1 


3 


E 


11 


Duseprum, Duzchah . 


40 44 N 


31 


21 


E 


19 


Dyardanes, v. ^Eda- \ 


1 










nes FL, Burram- j 


29 30 


X 


87 





E 


25 


pooter . . . . ) 














Dydimi-teiche, Di- 1 
motiko . . . . ) 


40 8 


X 


27 


7 


E 


19 




40 56 


X 


26 


14 


E 


10 


Dyme, vel Paleia . . 


38 9 


X 


21 


2S 


E 


7 


Dyrrachium, v. Epi- ) 
damnus, Durazzo ] 


41 18 


X 


19 


26 


E 


10 


Dvscus, Disto . . . 


38 18 


X 


24 


5 


F, 


9 


Dysopos, Marsa 1 
Zafran . . . ) 


31 12 


X 


16 


40 


E 


17 


Dyspjntium . . . 


37 41 


X 


21 


2b 


E 


7 


Dvus FL, IVad el \ 
'Gwir . . . . ) 

l 


33 32 


X 


7 





W 


17 



INDEX. 



17 



P'ace. 



Lat. 



Long. 



E. 



Eba, Me. Po. . . 

EbalM 

Ebcllinum, S. J. de 

la Pcna . . . 

Eblana, Dublin . 

Eblitoei Ms 

Eboda 

Ebora, Evora . . . 

Ebora, Ixar . . . 

Eboracum, vcl Ebu- } 

racum, York . ) 

Ebrodunum, Embrun 

Ebrolacum, Ebreuille 

Ebuda Major, /. of ) 

Skye . . . . \ 

Ebuda Occident, j 

Harris, & Lewis ) 

Ebudes Iae. .... 

Ebudum Pr., Cape \ 

Wrath. . . . ) 

Eburadunum, ) 

Yverdun . . . f 

Eburacum, v. Ebo 

racum, York 
Eburi, Eholi 
Eburobriga . . . . 
Eburobritium . • . 
Eburodunum, Brunn 
*Eburones . . . . 
♦Eburovices, Eure . 
Eburum, Olmutz . . 
Ebusio . . . . . 
Ebusium, Ivica . . 
Ebusus I., Ivica . . 
Ecbatana, v. Bathy- 
ra, Bcthyna . . 
Ecbatana (Choro- 
mithi'eni) Hama- 

dan 

Ecbatana, v. Gaza, 

Takti Soliman, 

or Shiz . . . 

Ecbatana Magorum 

Ecdippa, v. Achzib, 

EzZib. . . . 

Echedamia . . . 

Echctla, C. Veterano 

Echinades, v. Oxiae, 

vel Thoae Iae. 
Echinus, Ekhinos . 
Echinus, Ruga . . 
Echinus Pagus 
Ecnoinus, M. d'Ali- 

cata . 
Ecobriga . 
Kcregma . 
Edeba, vel Leria, > 
Liria . . . . \ 
Ederv. Arad, Tell ) 
Arad . . . . ) 
Edessa, v. Callir- 
rhoe q. et Antio- 
chia, Urfah . . 
Edessa, vel JEgse, 
Vodina . . . 
*Edet:ini, New Cas- 
tile, <§c. . . . 
*Edones .... 

EdroP 

Edrum, Idro . . 
Edumia .... 
Egae. Khan Akrata 
Egelesta, Inicsta . 
Egeta, Gladova . 
Egitania, vel Igae- 
dita, Idanha a 
Nova .... 
Eglon, Ajlan . . 
Egnatia, T. d'Ag- 
nazzo .... 
Egorigium . . . 
Egra, vel Agra 
Eilethyia, v. Luci- 
nae Civ., v. Leu 
cotbea, El Kab 
Eion, Contessa . . 
Eionae, Furkaria . 

Eira 

Eiros M., C. Monze 
Ekron, v. Accaron, ) 
Akir ....»' 

Elaea 

Elar-a, Kliseli . . 



42 46 
32 20 

42 28 

53 20 
25 10 
30 54 

38 41 
41 15 

53 56 

44 34 
46 4 

57 20 

58 10 

57 40 

58 35 

46 47 

53 5G 

40 37 

48 

39 21 

49 15 

50 45 

48 50 

49 37 

43 22 
39 5 
39 10 

32 51 



34 52iN 



36 36 N 



31 45 

33 3 

38 21 
37 42 



li- )' 



?) 



38 20 N 

38 54 N 
38 55 N 
30 10 



37 8 



39 40 
31 20 



37 7 



40 56 

40 30 

41 7 
45 15 
45 47 
32 16 

38 9 

39 27 
44 35 

39 51 

31 33 

40 52 

50 17 
29 15 

25 9 

40 47 
37 26 

37 24 

24 4.3 

31 50 

39 13 

38 55 



11 21 

35 20 

42 

6 17 
55 55 
34 34 

7 40 

25 

1 6 

6 20 
3 2 

6 15 

6 40 
7 

5 3 

6 39 

1 6 

15 4 
3 43 
9 10 

16 41 
5 40 
1 

17 16 
I 4 
1 29 
1 30 

36 2 



48 2 



47 28 

54 45 
35 8 

22 35 

12 46 

21 10 

22 42 
21 
21 56 

13 53 

34 ( 
33 18 

36 

35 10 



38 50 



22 18 

1 

24 
12 10 

10 26 

35 28 

22 19 

1 48 

22 31 

7 2 

34 45 
17 27 

6 27 

35 3 

32 49 

23 51 
23 30 
21 57 
66 40 

34 51 

20 31 

27 5 



No. 

of 

Map 



Place. 



Ela3um, Alabli . . 
Elseus ..... 

Elaeus 

Elaeus 

Elaeus M. ... 
Eloeusa I. . . . 
•Elamitae, El Yemen 
Elancon, Ponany . 
Elapbites lee., La- ) 
gostini . . . . ) 
Elatea, Eleuta . . 
Elateia .... 
Elateia .... 
Elatus M., Skopo . 
Elaver El., Allicr . 
Eldana .... 
Elea Pr., C. Elea . 
Elea, vel Velia, Ct. ) 
a mare delta J 
Bruca . . . . ) 
Elealeh, El Al . . 
Elcarchia Pachna- 
munis, Anda- 
hour .... 
E'egia, Ilijeh . . 
Elegium, Zed' em 

Eleon 

Elephantine v. Ele- 
phantis . . . 
Eleu c a, Arsida. . 
Eleusa3 I., Lagosa ) 
Nisia . . . . ) 
Eleusis, St. Stephen's 
Elcusis, Lepsina . , 

Eleusis S 

Eleutherna, v. Apol- 

lonia, Telestema 

Eleutheropolis,i?ej7 

Jibrin . . . . { 

Eleutherus Fl., ] 

Nahr Kebir . . ) 

Eliberis, Granada 

Elii Pons, Newcastle 

Elija 

Eliocroca, v. Ilorci, 

Lorca 
*EHa . 

Elis 

Elis 

Elmantica, vel Sal- 
mantica, Sala- 
manca .... 
Elone, postea Limone 

Eltolad 

Electra Fl., basilica . 
*Elulii, in Tajilet . 

Elusa 

Elusa, Eauze . . . 
•Elusates, Charente . 
Elyma, Greuno . . 

•Elymaea 

*Elymaei 

•Elymais 

Elyros 

*Ely.*ii, Poland . . 
*Emathia .... 
Embolina .... 
Emerita Augusta, ) 
Merida . . . ) 
Emesa, Horns . . ' . 
Emma, vel Imma . . 
Emmaus, Hummam \ 

Tubarigeh 
Emmau=, v. Nico- 

polis, Amwas 
Emodi M. . . 



lorci, ) 



-:] 



Hima- | 
. . . ) 



Emodi Ms, 

leh . . 
Emodi Ms. . . . 
•Emporia, vel By- 

zacium . . . 
EmporiiB, v. Ampo- 

riae Ampurias . 
Emporium . . . 
*Enaba^i .... 
Endidae, Neumarkt, 

or Egna . . . 
Endor, Endor . . 
Endrapa .... 
Engedi, Ain Jidy . 
Engyum, Gaagi . 
*Eningia .... 
Enipeus Fl. . . . 
Enipeus, v. Apida- 

nus FL, Staladje 
Enipeus Fl. . . . 
Enna, C. Giovanni 



Lat. 



41 6 
40 5 
37 31 
40 13 

37 22 

36 35 
17 55 
10 50 

42 45 

38 38 

39 13 
39 44 

37 45 
45 55 
30 20 
35 18 



40 9 
31 48 
31 27 



33 35 
48 6 
38 37 

24 4 

37 42 

37 49 

36 22 

38 3 
38 1 

35 16 
31 37 

34 45 

37 19 
54 55 

35 32 

37 41 

37 50 
37 53 

36 32 



41 6 

39 51 

31 9 

37 20 

32 30 

31 7 
43 53 
43 45 

40 12 
40 10 

30 40 
35 40 
35 4 
51 20 
40 45 

33 28 

38 55 

34 50 

35 S 

32 48 

31 51 
29 
29 

33 

34 

42 7 

45 4 
33 20 

46 22 

32 39 

33 46 
31 29 
37 44 
62 
37 44 

39 20 

40 2 
37 30 



Long. 



31 20 

26 15 

22 42 

20 14 

21 4 
28 11 
42 15 
76 

17 

22 47 
20 37 
22 28 

20 58 

3 20 
86 2 

34 19 

15 7 

35 55 

31 14 

38 33 
14 56 

22 20 

32 51 

23 54 

23 29 

23 29 

23 32 

23 32 

24 42 
34 57 

36 

4 48 
1 38 

41 25 

1 51 

21 30 
21 24 E 
23 0E 

5 45 



22 

34 23 

21 56 

3 

34 54 
7 
10 

21 50 

21 40 
49 30 
47 30 
25 16 
20 40 

22 30 
71 57 

6 13 

36 41 
36 45 

35 34 

35 
88 
85 
78 
9 30 



3 3E 

9 36 E 

4 0E 

11 16 E 

35 25| E 
42 48 E 
35 27 E 
14 14!e 



28 

21 31 

22 15 

22 32 
14 19 



No. 

of 

Map 

19 

10 

7 

8 

7 

9 

23 

25 

15 

8 



Place. 



Enneahodi, v. Am- 

phipolis, Jeni 

Kicui .... 

Ennon, vel ^Enon . . 

Enoduvum . . . . 

Enope, vcl Gertnia . 

Ensem, ad, La ] 

Scheggia . . . ) 

Entella 

Entella Fl., Lavagna. 

Enydra 

Eoa, Oea, vel (Eca, 1 
Tripoli . . . ) 

♦Eordaea 

♦Eordaei 

Eordaicus Fl., A"«- 1 

zilicad .... | 

Epamanduodurum . 

*Epanterii, Piedmont 

Epeium 

Eperos 

Epetobriga . . . . 
Ephesus, Ayasluk 
Ephialtium Pr. . . 
♦Ephrairn, Tribus . . 

Ephraim 

Ephyra I., Ypsili . . 
Ephyra, v. Boconoa . 

Epicaria 

*Epicnemidia Locris . 
*Epidamnia .... 
Epidamnus, v. Dyr 
rachium, Duraz 

zo 

Epidaurus, Ep davra 
Epidaurus, Bndiia . 
Epidelium, P. Ka- ] 

mils ] 

Epidia Sup., Jlira. . 
Epidia Inf., Jslay . . 

Epidiae lac 

*Epidii, Argyle . . 
Epidium Pr., Midi 
of Cantire . . 
Epidotium, Jezcnitza 

Epiecus 

Epiphania, vel Ha- ) 
m.ith, Hamah . ( 
Epiphyra, postea Ci 
chyrus .... 
*Epirus .... 
Epitalium, Agidi- ) 
nitza . . . . i 
Epizephyrii Locri, ) 
Gerace . . . ) 
Epopeus M., Epomeo 
Epora, Mont or o . 
Eporedia, Ivrea . 
Epusum, Carignan 
Equestris Colonia, 
v. Noviodunum 
Nion . 
Equabona, Coyna 
Equana, Equa . 
Equotuticus, C. 
Franco . . 
Erana, Filiatra 
Erasinus Fl. . . 
Ercte M., Me. Pel- ] 
fegrino . . . ) 
*Erdini, Ulster 
Erdinus L., Loch 1 
Erne . . . . ) 
*Erebidae . . . 
Eressus .... 
Eretria .... 
Eretria .... 
Eretutn, Bimane . 
Ergavica .... 
Ergitium . . . , 
Eriboea, Konitza . , 
Ericinum, Euskineh , 
Encodes I., Alicudi 
Ericusa I., Diaplo 
Eridanus, v. Padus ) 
Fl, Po . . . | 
Eridanus Fl, Red- ) 
daune 1 . . . \ 
ErigonFl, Kulsuk ] 
Kara Su . . . ] 

Erineos 

Erineses Fl 

Erineus 

Erineus, Lambelia . 
Eristha, Houaivah , 

Eritium 

Eriza, Bazar-khan . 






Lat. 



40 46 

32 26 

46 50 

36 5i 

43 24 

37 49 

44 25 
35 13 

32 50 

40 40 

41 

40 25 

47 2 
44 20 
37 32 

31 

40 13 
37 56 
35 50 

32 7 
32 3 
37 26 
37 43 

41 48 
8 45 

41 15 



41 18 

37 38 

42 17 

36 32 

56 

56 50 
56 10 
56 

55 19 

45 

37 56 

35 11 

39 16 

40 

37 38 

38 20 

40 43 
38 
45 29 
49 40 N 



46 22 

38 35 

40 39 

41 18 

37 10 

37 55 

38 10 
54 30 
54 27 

29 40 

39 9 

39 16 

38 22 

42 4 

40 30 

41 38 
40 7 

39 48 

38 33 

39 47 

45 14 
54 15 



N 



Long. 



41 ION 

39 18 

38 42 

38 18 
13 30 

39 5' 
37 25 



23 56 

35 36 
2 12 

22 16 

12 38 

13 12 
9 20 

36 9 

13 10 

21 50 

20 25 

21 40 

6 48 

8 15 
21 46 

17 40 
32 14 
27 21 
27 19 
35 15 

35 12 

23 

21 22 
20 5 

22 40 
19 40 

19 2C 

23 10 

18 48 

23 9 

6 ( 
6 20 

6 
5 30 

5 50 

15 30 

22 47 

36 41 

20 31 

20 30 

21 31 

16 15 

13 52 

4 19 

7 54 

5 10 

6 11 

9 4 

14 28 

14 54 

21 35 

23 59 

13 17 

7 30 
7 50 



10 



14 
25 56 

22 35 

23 50 
12 36 

2 5 

15 26 

20 47 

21 38 
14 17 
19 32 

8 
18 30 

21 20 

22 28 
78 20 
22 18 
22 
46 50 
22 2 
29 13 



E 
E 

E 

W 

W 12 



IS 



INDEX. 



Place. 



Lat. 



47 50 
33 

31 30 
37 13 
37 22 

44 5 

24 

37 40 

37 58 

38 13 
38 25 
38 21 

,34 55 

20 

32 50 

38 4 

31 47 

47 45 

31 31 

31 31 

31 26 

2 

35 10 

45 44 
37 7 


35 14 
40 6 
52 40 
40 6 

39 30 



Emolatia, Klaus . . 
Erodi, vel Serici Ms. 

"Eropeei 

Eryce 

ErycesFl., F.S. Paolo 
Erycis P., Lcrici . . 
Erymanthus Fl., \ 
Bunwas . . . \ 
Erymanthus Fl., ) 
Doana . . . . ) 
Erymanthus M., ( 
Olonos ....)' 

Erythrae 

Erythrae 

Erythrae, Eritra . . 
Erythrseum Prom., ) 
La n gad a . . ) 
Erythraeum Mare . . 
Erythron, Massakhi 
Eryx, M. S. Juliana 
Esbus, v. Heshbon, ) 
Hesban . . . ) 
Esco, Altdorf . . . 
Eschol To\v.,Wady ) 
Simsim . . . ) 

Eshtaol 

Eshtemoh, Semua 

Essina 

Estobara 

Etanna 

Etenna 

•Ethiopes Hesperii . 

Etia 

Etobema 

Etocetum, Wall . . 
Etovi>sa, Oropesa 
Etovissa, Siete Aguas 
*Etruria, Tuscany, ' 

&c 

*Etymandri . . 
Etymandrus Fl., ) 
Helmund . . ) 
Eubcea, Licodia . . 
Euboea I., Negropont 
Euboicum Mare, 

Talanta Channel 
Euchelariae . . . 
Eucratidia .... 
Eudemia L, Sarakino 
Eudoaiopolis, v. Sc- ) 
lymbria, Silivri . j 
•Eudoses, Pomerania 
•Euganei, Lorn- ) 
bardy and Venice ) 
Eugenium .... 
Euhydrium .... 

Eulepa 

Eumeis 

Eumenia, Ashkli . . 
Euonymus I., Dattole 
Eupagium .... 
Eupalium .... 
Eupatoria, postea 
Megalopolis, 
Tchcnikeh . 
Euphorbium, San- ) 
dakli . . . . j 
Euphrantas Turr. 
♦Euphratensis . . 
Euphrates, v. Pyxi- 
rates Fl., Kara 
Su, or Wn. Forat. 
Euphrates q. et Ar- \ 
saniusFL, Murad > 
Chai . . . . ) 
Euphrates Fl. . . . 31 10 

Euporia 40 51 

Eupyridae .... 38 3 

Euripus 39 

Euripus 38 27 

Euristus 41 

Euroea, Paramythia. 39 28 
Euromus . . . . 37 24 
Europus . . . . 39 45 
Europus . . . .41 2 

Europus 36 44 

Eurotas Fl., Vasili . 36 58 
Euryampus . . . . 39 38 
EurymedonFL, Kapri 37 
Eurymenae . . . . 39 46 
Eurymenae . . . . 39 27 
♦Eurytanes . . . . 38 52 

Eutresis 38 15 

Euxinus P 43 

Eva, Platano . . . 37 20 

Eragina 39 47 

Evandriae . . . . 38 42 



43 30 
31 30 
31 30 

37 11 

38 30 

38 40 

41 

35 45 

39 10 



41 

54 

45 48 

41 34 
39 21 

38 55 

39 15 
38 18 
38 38 

37 56 

38 25 

40 42 
38 25 



39 30 



38 50 



Long. 



14 5 
87 

13 30 

14 40 
14 55 

9 55 

72 
21 49 

21 52 

23 23 

22 1 
26 32 

26 3 

65 

22 20 
12 38 

35 55 

10 36 
34 35 

34 36 
35 
45 

66 48 
5 45 

31 40 


26 6 

1 1 
1 55 

5 

1 

11 
64 30 
64 15 

14 44 
24 

23 15 

20 42 

67 50 

24 

28 18 
13 
10 45 

19 51 

22 15 

35 54 
37 40 

29 59 

15 3 

21 35 

22 7 

36 45 



30 20 

17 19 

38 

39 30 



40 40 

45 25 
23 43 
23 45 

26 6 
23 37 
21 46 

20 32 

27 45 

21 28 

22 11 
38 3 
22 35 
22 41 
31 25 

22 51 

20 45 

21 45 

23 10 
35 

22 38 
34 48 

6 40 



E 22 



No. 

of 

Map 

15 

25 

17 

5 

5 

3 

25 



19 



Tlace. 



Evandriana . . . 
Evarchus Fl. . , . 

Evas M 

Evenus FL, prius 1 

Lycornas, Fidari ) 
*Evergetae . . . . 

Evoras Fl 

Eziongeber, postea ) 

Berenice, Akabah ) 



Lat. 



38 56 
U 50 

37 13 

38 25 

29 20 
37 

29 30 



F. 



Fabaria,v. Byrcha- ) 

nis, I., Borkum j 
Fabrateria, Falva- \ 

terra . . . . \ 
Faesulae, Fiesole . . 
Falacrinse, Falacrino 
Faleria, Fa II 'crone . 
Faleria P., Falcse 
Falerii, C. Castellana 
Falerii Novi, S. ) 

Maria Falari . J 
Fanum Fortunae, ) 

Fano . . . . | 
Fanum Fugitivi, ] 

M. Somma . . i 
Fanum Voltumnae, 

Viterbo . . . 
Farfaris Fl., Far/a 
Fasiana, Wecsenufer 
Faurus, vel Clocoris 

Fl., Foro . . . 
Faustinopolis . . 
Faventia, Faenza . 
Felsina, postea Bo- 

nonia, Bologna . 
Fenchi .... 
Ferentinum, Fe- 1 

rentino . . . j 
Ferentinum, Fercnti 
Feretrus M., 5. Leo 
Ferinus, v. Theri- ) 

odes Sinus . . } 
Feritor FL, Bisagno 
Feroniae Lucus, ] 

Pietra Santa . | 
Feroniae Lucus, ) 

Civitella . . . J 
Feroniae Templum 
Ferraria Pr., C. de ] 

la Nao . . . . j 
Ferratus M., Jebel \ 

B our in en . . \ 
Fescennium, Galtse 
Ficana, Porcigliano 
Ficum, ad . . . 

Ficus 

Fidenae, C. Giubileo 
Fidentia Julia, Bo. ) 

S. Donnino . . ) 
Figlinae, Pegli . . 
Figlinae .... 
Filomusiacum . . 
Fines, .S. Giovanni 
Fines, Chew . . , 

Fines , 

Fines, Fismes . . , 

Fines , 

Fines 

Fines, Paimogo . , 
Fines, ad, Arlesega . 
Fines, ad, Aviliana . 
Fines, ad, La Fino . 
Fines, ad, Strctture . 
Fines, ad 
Fines, ad 
*Finningia 
Firmianum Cas- 

trum, Po. di 

Fermo 
Firmum, Fermo 
Fiscellus M., M. ] 

Rotonda . . . j 
Fissenia, v. Massice . 
Flaminia Via . . . 
Flanionia, Flagogna 
Flano, Fiamona . . 
Flava Solua, Villach . 

Flavia 

Flavia Caesariensis, ) 

Central England \ 

Flavia Iria, El Pa- j 

dron . . . . i 

Flaviae Aquae, Chaves 

Flavias 37 19'N 



53 38 

41 32 

43 48 

42 38 

43 7 
42 59 
42 17 

42 18 

43 50 
42 34 

42 23 

42 14 

48 29 

42 20 

37 51 

44 18 

44 31 
29 5 

41 43 

42 26 

43 53 

10 

44 28 
43 55 

42 11 

41 20 

38 46 

36 20 

42 22 
41 48 
31 8 
36 30 
41 57 



is- \ 



44 53 

44 26 

45 18 
47 
43 34 
55 22 
43 57 
49 16 

46 30 
45 30 
37 50 
45 28 
45 3 
43 26 
42 38 
42 20 
41 25 
64 



43 11 

43 9 

42 58 



33 2 
42 5 
46 14 

45 12 

46 38 
35 54 

52 30 

42 37 
41 54 



Long. 

6 20 
35 5 
22 32 

21 40 

63 

22 21 

35 4 



6 45 

13 29 

11 9 

13 10 
13 28 
10 39 

12 22 

12 20 



13 
12 43 

12 5 

12 40 

13 49 

14 15 

84 49 
11 51 

11 19 
31 9 
13 12 

12 3 

12 17 

104 30 

9 

10 16 

12 32 

13 14 

9 

4 

12 23 

12 20 

16 10 

5 22 
12 29 

10 5 

8 42 
4 50 

6 15 

11 20 

2 20 

1 23 

3 44 

55 

1 

7 6 

11 44 
7 20 

10 25 

12 41 
21 56 
21 36 
25 

13 49 

13 46 
13 



44 4 
12 28 

12 55 
14 9 

13 52 
7 25 

1 



7 33 
35 52 



No. 

of 

Map 

L6 

19 

7 



24 



18 



14 



Place. 



Lat. 



.)' 



, 



Flavinium, Fiano 
Flaviobriga, Bilbao . 
Fhivionia, AriUs . . 
Flavis FL, Piave . . 

Flenium 

Flevo L., Zuyder ~i 

Zee . . . . ) 
Flevum Castellum 
Flevum Ostium . . 
Flexum, ad, Ung. ) 

Alt en burg . . j 
Florentia, Fioren- 1 

zuola . . . . ) 
Florentia, Firenze . 
*Focunatrs, Piedmont 
Pontes Junoms, 

Caldiero . . . 
Forentum, Forenza 
Formiae, Mola di ) 

Gaeta . . . . ) 
Fornulos, ad, Verloza 
Forocrea, Sa. Croce 
Fortunae Fanum, 

Fano . . 
Fortunatae Iae. 

Foruli 

Forum Aurelii, T. 

Aureli .... 
Forum Cassii, Ve- 

tralla .... 
Forum Clodii, Orivolo 
Forum Flaminium, 

C. S. Giovanni . 
Forum Julii, Civi- 

dade di Friuli . 
Forum Novum, 

Magliano . , 
Forum Novum, 

Buonalbergo 
Forum Sempronii, 

Fossombrone 
Fossa Carbonaria, 

Po. d'Ariano . 
Fossa Drusiana 
Fossae, Grabovacze 
Fossioncs Philis- 

tinae, Po. della 

Maestra . . . 
Fratres, ad, Hehen- 

neyt 

Fraxinus . . . 
Fregehae, Ceperano 
Fregenae, T. Mac- 

carese .... 
♦Frentani, Abruzzo 

Citra .... 
Frento FL, Fortore 
Fretum Siculum, 

Faro di Messina 
Frigidae, Old Mamora 
Frigidus FL, Vipao . 
*Friniates, Piedmont 
*Frisia.bones,Holla?id 
*Frisii, Friesland, \ 

Groningen, &c. . S 
Frudis Ost., Mouth 

of the Sommc . 
Frusino, Frosinone 
Fucinus L., L. di 

Celano .... 
Fulgini;), Foligno . 
Fulgurita 
Fulvii Forum, vel 

Valentinum, 

Valenza . 
Fundanus L., Fondi 
Fundi, Fondi . . . 
Furcae Caudinae, ) 

Forchia . . . \ 
Furconium, Forconio 



j 

',42 9 
43 14 

43 32 

45 45 

51 58 

52 30 

53 17 

53 18 

47 53 

44 56 

43 47 

46 

45 25 

40 52 

41 17 



N 
N 

N 

N 

N 

45 54 N 

42 36iN 

43 50 N 

28 o'n 
42 23 N 

42 19 N 

42 19 N 

42 8 N 

43 o'n 

46 5 N 

42 22 N 
41 11 N 

43 42 N 



44 49 

52 10 

44 43 

45 



35 13 N 



'.) 



39 34 
41 35 

41 53 

42 

41 40 

38 

34 55 
45 57 

44 40 

52 45 

53 10 

50 15 

41 39 

42 

42 58 
33 40 

45 1 

41 18 
41 21 

41 

2 15 



Long. 



G. 



Gaana, vel Saana 
Gabaa, vel Gibeah, 

Jeba .... 
Gabae, Darabgerd 
Gabala, Jebili . . 
*Gabali .... 
Gabara, v. Gamala 
Gabate, antea An- 

deritum, Mende 
Gabbula, v. Gabeni 
Gabe, v. Gaba . . 
Gabellus, v. Setta 

FL, Secchia. . . 



33 46 


N 


31 52 


N 


28 50 
35 20 
44 40 
?3 5 


N 
N 

X 

N 


44 34 


N 


35 49 
32 24 


N 
N 


44 47 


N 



12 33 
2 53 
6 

12 25 

4 23 

5 30 

5 15 

I 12 

17 14 

9 59 

11 4 

8 20 

11 10 
15 58 

13 37 

13 40 
13 7 

13 

15 
13 20 

11 36 

12 2 
12 7 

12 46 

13 27 
12 27 

14 48 
12 47 

12 22 

6 15 

19 54 

12 28 

1 42 

7 45 

13 28 

12 13 

13 30 

15 
15 35 

6 15 

14 

9 25 

5 

6 30 

1 30 
13 18 
13 35 



12 42 
10 18 



13 22 

13 27 

14 30 
13 27 



N>. 

of 
Map. 



36 30jE 

35 16lE 

54 35 E 

35 53 E 

3 30 E 

35 15 E 

3 30 E 

37 42 E 
35 13 E 

11 o'e 



INDEX. 



19 



u ■ 

ir ) 



) 



Place. 



Gabii, Castiglione 

Gabra 

Gabiantuicorum S., ] 
Burlington Bay ) 

Gabri9 .... 

Gabris .... 

Gabromagus, Win- ) 
disihgarsten . . ) 

Gabroscnium . . 

Gabulcus, Kolasti 

•Gad, Tribus . . 

Gadanica, llowick 

•Gadanopyres . . 

Gadar 

Gadara, Urn Keis . 

( tadara, vel Gazara 

♦ Gadarene, v. Ger- 
gcsene .... 

Gadatcum, v. Her- 
culeum, Fretum, 
Sir. of Gibraltar 

•Gadcni, Pet blee, 
Selkirk, f Fox- 
burgh .... 

Gades, Cadiz . . . 

Gades I., F de Leon. 

Gadirtba, Br Fa- ] 
hahah . . . . j 

GaditanumFretum, 
vol Hcrculcum . 

Gaditanus P., Pu- 
erto Real . . . 

Gaditanus Sinus . 

Gum, vel Gacapolis . 

Ga?sa 

•Getae 

Gaetara, v. Gangara, ) 
Bakou .... ) 

•Gaotulia, B. . . . 

Gaganse, Szlatina 

Gagaamira, Jaysul- ) 
ineer . . . . ( 

•Galaaditis, v. Gilead 

Galacum, Appleby . 

Gahegia, Dessau . . 

Galapha . . . . . 

Galaria, Gagliano 

Galata, vel Calathe I. 

Galata, Galati . . . 

•Galatia 

Gale sus 

Galepsus, Eski Ca- 
valla .... 

Galesus Fl., Galeso 

•Galilsea .... 

*Galli sive Celtae . 

*Gallia Cisalpina, \ 
Piedmont, Lorn- ( 
bardy, Modena, i 
$c J 

Gallianus Saltus, ] 
Saltino ... 

Gallica Sena, Sini- j 
gaglia . . . . j 

Gallicum .... 

Ga licum, Zucra . 

Gallicus Fi., Gallego 

Gallicus S., Golfe I 
dc Lyon . . . \ 

Gallinaria I., Gal- 1 
linara . . . . j 

Gallorum Forum, 1 
C. Franco . . j 

Gallorum Forum, } 
Garrea 

Gallunio, vel Isu 
rium, 
rough 

Gallus Fl 

Galybe .... 

Gamala .... 

Gamala, vel Gabara 

•Gambrivii, about 
Gimborn . . . 

Gammace . . . 

*Gangani, Caer- 
narvon . . . 

Ganganorum Pr., 
Braich-y-Pwll 
Hd 

Ganganus S., Car- 
digan Bay . . 

Gmgara, Tchipna 

•Gangaria, Bengal. . 

Gange Kegia, Calcutta 

Ganges Fl., Ganges . 

Gangeso Fl 



* . . . ) 

, vel Isu- ) 
Aldbo- j 



Lat. 



41 53 N 
29 15 N 

54 7N 

47 15 N 
36 40 N 

47 44 N 

54 54N 
41 53 N 
32 20 N 

55 24 N 

31 ON 
34 31 N 

32 41 N 
32 5jN 

32 38 ;N 



36 ON 



55 20 

36 34 
36 30 

34 48 
36 

36 34 

37 

27 58 
27 36 
45 30 

40 33 

32 
45 19 

26 53 

32 15 
54 34 
51 47 

33 56 
37 41 
37 32 
37 58 

39 40 

40 2 

40 49 

40 35 
33 
47 



45 

44 25 

43 44 

40 47 

41 55 

42 10 

42 30 

44 2 
44 38 
42 4 



54 4 N 

40 10 N 
30 16 N 

32 45 N 

33 5,N 

51 10 N 

30 15 N 

52 55.N 

52 50 N 

52 50N 

39 35 N 

23 30 N 

24 50 N 

25 45 N 
8 ON 

I 



Long. 



12 42JE 
53 45 £ 

7 W 

1 40|E 
50 47IE 

14 MB 

3 3 W 
20 40 E 
35 55 E 

2 50 W 
57 0E 
57 29 E 
35 44 E 

34 50 E 

35 45 E 



5 40 W 



3 

6 16 
6 12 

40 35 



W 



5 20 W 

6 8 W 

7 W 
40 26 E 
47 50 E 
27 30 E 



49 38 

2 

22 20 

70 55 

85 55 

2 30 
12 16 

2 55 
14 33 

8 53 
14 50 
33 40 

23 50 



24 19 E 

17 15 

35 30 
5 



10 

10 37 

13 14 

22 51 
50 
47 

5 
8 14 

11 5 

54 

1 25 

30 
16 
35 43 
35 15 

8 

66 10 

4 15 

4 45 

4 20 

26 41 
87 
87 55 
85 
80 20 



No. 

of 

Map 

4 
21 

11 

13 

ill 

15 
11 

ID 

20 
12 

21 
21 

2o 
20 

20 



17 



12 



Place. 



Gangeticoa ^., B, "/ 1 
Bengal . . . \ 
Gangia Ostla . . 
Gangra, Kianghary 

Ganodurum . . . 

Ganoa, vel Bornos, 

(•'anon .... 

Gaolaaera . . . 
Gaphara .... 
Garama .... 
*GaramnJ . . . 
*Garamantefl . . 

(Jarcie .... 

Kjarennl . . . 

Garganum l'r., Pi> 
di Vieeti . . . 

Garganus M., Me. 
s. Angela . . ) 

Gargettus . . . . 

( San, Giritkh . . . 

Garianonuin,/y«;^/i ) 
( 'ustle . . . . ) 

•GarincUvi . . . . 

Uariscus, Caratova . 

GrarnsB 1'., Roi/i . . 

Uanuenus FL, 1'are . 

Gar«aura 

Garumna VL, Ga- \ 
ronne . . . . \ 

Gaugauu'la, Kama! is. 

Gasandi, Khisan . . 

Gasandi, Jisan . . . 

Gasula 

Gath 

Gatb 

Gath Rimmon . . . 

Gaulan 

Gauna 

•Gauzanitis . . . . 

Gaza, vel Aza, 
Ghuzzeh . . . 

Gaza, v. Kcbatana, 
Takti Soliman, 
or Sh iz ... 

•Gazacene . . . 

Gazara, vel Gadara 

Gazelon, Gadekhora 

*Gazclonitis . . 

Gazioura .... 

Gaziura .... 

Gazora .... 

Gtba, Jihia . . . 

Gedor 

*Gedrosia . . . 

Gela, Terra Nova 

Gela Fl., F. di Ter- 
ra Nova . . . 

Gelda 

♦Gelcea .... 

Gemelloe .... 

Gemellae .... 

Geminia .... 

Genabu?n, postea 
Aureliani, Or- 
leans .... 

♦Genaunes, Switz- 
erland, $c. . . 

Genesium, Paleo 
Kivari .... 

Genetes Prom., C. 
Vona .... 

Geneva, Geneva . 

Gensis .... 

Genua, Genova 

Genusia, Ginosa . 

Genusus FL, Usko- 
mobin . . 

Ger FL, Gliir, o 
Mansnlig . 

Gerae, P. Siyhajik 

Gemestus Pr. 

Geraina? . . 

Geraneia . . 

Geraneia M., Ma 
kriplaghi 

Gerara .... 

•Geraritica . . . 

Geras 

Gerasa, Jerash 

Gerasa, vel Rasa . 

Gerasus, velGnssia 
FL, Feher Koros 

Gerca 

Gereata3 .... 

Gerenia, vel Enope 

•Gergesene, v. Ga- 
darene .... 



" 



•:i 



I>nt. 



15 ON 

- 

i: UN 

40 45 N 

:.;i 28 N 

SI 3o N 

36 o N 

■ '..') lo N 

j i o|m 

37 21 N 
50 N 

I 



Long. 



37 .V.) N 
31 50 N 



2'J I.") N 

U 4'.)N 

41 5 N 

■ >2 38 N 

38 18 N 

13 lo N 

36 15 N 

17 56 N 

Hi 4(i N 

3 1 2 1 N 

31 42 X 

32 2 X 

31 3!) X 

32 4: i X 

33 2N 
30 lis X 

3i 2; 



'I. 15 



In 



41 53 N 1G 12 i; 

ii a n ia 



23 40 E 

oi l- i; 



52 35 N 1 86 E 



3G 3G 

40 45 

32 5 

41 4 
41 
40 24 

40 15 

41 40 
31 59 
31 39 
27 
37 7 

37 10 

42 23 
37 
34 20 

33 55 X 
50 29 N 

47 55 



46 10 
37 32 



41 8 

46 15 
44 31 
44 25 

40 33 

41 7 



32 ON 

33 14 N 
37 55 N 



44 46 
38 4 

38 1 

31 23 
31 20 

31 30 

32 22 
29 49 

46 20 

38 48 

31 40 
36 54 

32 38 



31 30 E 

22 2i, E 

15 19 i; 



34 28 E 

47 28 E 

36 0E 
31 50 E 

35 19 E 

3") 20 E 

(i in )■: 

3,'. 22 E 
35 27 E 
35 14 E 



3) (i 
62 
14 17 

14 24 

48 9 

49 
8 44 
6 11 
4 29 

1 54 



9 10 

22 44 

37 48 

6 10 
19 26 

8 55 
16 46 

19 45 

2 13 

26 50 

24 32 
6 5 

23 9 

23 8 

34 43 
34 45 

25 23 



36 

35 



22 

7 1 

24 20 
22 16 

35 45 



Place. 



. . . . , 

• • 11 _ N 
M 

I a 17 n 





E 13 



I 



i 
41 41 N 

N 



48 

3 






*(i' Til. 

*».. rin iin.i 1 

■|xri<.r . . > 

mi Inferior . . j 
Germuniciiina . . 
Gfrmaiiu-uiM 

kelik 
Germanieam, 

Gtrme .... 
Gernucbera . . . 
Geranium, C 
Geronthne, 

A' . . . 

QerontlaB M. . . 

<i< 11. I 

( k i r.i 

•< MT1M i, \, 

Gerrha, ./'. ; 

dc rulata, ( nrlhiini 

Gcrulata-, 1 
Bock .... 

Gerrnda, Oeronm . 

(icsinir .... 

Qeaobi in.iti -, mi 

lirivatis Portoa, 

I . . . . 

Geaoriaoam, poatM 
Bononia, Bou- 
logne .... 
Getarom Bolitudo 

Geth Hepber, Bl 
Methhed . . . 

Qetnlla . . 

Gharran, vel Char- 1 
ra\ aarran . . \ 

Ghinnereth, v. (Jen- 
nesareth, Shu. 

slirh .... 

Gibeah, Jrimli . . 
Gibeah, vel Gabaa, 

Jl'Hl .... 

Gibron, Fl Jib . . 

Giddan 

Gigonua 

Gilboa M., Fukuah . 
Gilda, vel silda . . 
•Gilead, vel Gilea- } 

ditis . . . . \ 
GileadM.,JebelJi-\ 

lad, or Be Salt . ) 
Gilgal, vel Galgala . 
Gilgfd, vel Gilgulis . 

Gillius M 

Giinelhe, Kaebott . . 
Gimzo, Jimzu . . . 
(iiiura, Jnii'i . . . 
•Gindani, velNigi- 

timi 

Gindarna, Djuma . 
Gipsaria .... 

Gir Fl 

Gira Metropolis . 
G hatha .... 
Girba, Jerbah . . 
Giigis, Zitrzis . . 
Giscala, Fl Jish . 
Gitanaei .... 
Gitta, Kurjrt Jit . 
Glacialc Mare . . 
Glannutiva . . . 
Glanum .... 
Glaphyraa, Feleetina 
•(ilauc.e, Punjaub 
Glaucus . 
Glaucus Fl , 
Glaociu Fl. . 
Glaucus Fl. . 
Glaucus Fl. . 
Glaucus S., G 

Makri .... 
Glemona, Oemona 
GleasariaB Insula- . 
Glevum, Gloucester 

Gliana 

Glota I., Armn . 
Gktta fist, Frith ) 

of ('hidf . . . S 
Glykys 'P., P.Pha- 
nariolim . . . 




45 50 

32 53 

31 42 
31 52 

31 51 

lo 21 

34 1 

32 15 

32 
31 51 



Latka 



»r 



N 

X 

32 18 X 
81 ON 

36 N 

31 .'.1 X 

32 ION 

36 !''■ N 

32 54 X 

1 1 X 

23 36 X 

• 

33 30 X 
33 2 X 
39 23 N 
32 17 N 

85 N 
43 57 X 

• 
38 27 X 
32 10 N 

50 57 N 

38 1 2 N 
42 20 N 

■ 
88 37 X 

86 88 X 

M 16 N 
I 

51 52 N 

39 47 X 

55 30 X 

56 ON 
39 13 N 



' | 

4 M w 



85 21 B 

39 3 B 

85 II !. 

85 ii i: 
41 OK 

I 

35 48 

35 31 E 
85 B 

1 1 I. 
5 85 B 

. 

I 

E 

E 

i: 

1: 



11 58 

13 

13 

44 31 

11 10 

11 3>E 

35 27 E 

20 23 E 
U 5 B 

77 o B 

21 15 i: 

30 10 E 

20 15 B 

20 ii 1. 



1 I. 

16 W 
8 B 

15 w 



20 30 K 



II 

M 

M 

17 

M 

N 
■ 

2' 

10 

17 
20 

20 

20 
M 

17 
17 
20 

20 

17 

21 

17 

1 
1 

17 

17 

8 

M 
1 

13 

13 

8 

25 

7 

19 
It 

19 

3 

14 
11 

22 

13 

13 



20 



INDEX. 



Place. 



Glympia, Ko. Lym- 

biada .... 
Gnossus .... 
Goaris Fl., Goda- 

very 

Gobseum Pr., Ft. 

St. Mathicu . . 
Gobannium, Aber- 

gavenny . . . 
Godama .... 
Gogana, Congoon . 

Goma 

Gomphi .... 
*Goniat8B . . . 
Gonnos .... 
Gophna, Jifna . . 
Gorbata .... 
Gordiani Monu- 

mentum, Zaxo 

Sultan .... 
♦Gordyene . . . 
Gorgades, vel Hes- 

peridum, Iae. 
Gorgo, vel Choras- 

mia, Old Ur- 

ghendj ? . . . 
Gorgos, Delas, vel ) 

Silla Fl., Diyalah ) 
Gorgylus Fl. . . 
Gorneas, Guerni 

(rums) . . . 
Gortyna, Metropoli 
Gortys .... 
Goshen .... 
♦Gothiniburi . . 
*Gothones, Prussia 
Graan, Haweeza . 
Gracchuris . . . 
Graecos, ad Fojano 
Graia Alpis, Little 

St. Bernard . . 
Graise Alpes . . 
Gramatum . . . . 
Grampius Mons, ) 

Grampian . . ) 
Grandimirum, Louro 
Granicus FL, Satal- ) 

dere . . . . j 
Granirana, v. Rap- 

piana .... 
Granis FL, Khisht 
Grannona . . . . 
Granua Fl., Gran. . 
Grassa, Zehloum . . 
Gratianopolis, antea ] 

Cularo, Grenoble ) 
Graviaci, Fredlitz 
Gravinum . . . , 
Gravionarium, 1 

Bruckenau . . j 
Graviscae, T. di 1 

Corneto . . . J 
*Greslonia . . . , 
Gridinus FL . . . , 
Grinnario, Gran- ) 

heim . . . . | 
Grissia, v. Gerasus ] 

FL, Feher Koros ) 
Grudii . . . . , 
Grumentum, Sapo- ] 

nara . . . . ) 
Gruraum, Grummo , 
Grynium . . . . , 

Gubba , 

•Gugerni . . . . 
Gulami, Kalmah . . 
Gulava, Keswick . , 
Gundusa . . . . , 

Guntia 

Gunugus, Magro- ] 

uah . . . . J 
Guriauna . . . 
Gurra .... 
Gyaros I., Ghioura 
Gygoea, v. Coloe Ps., ) 

L. Mermer . . ] 
Gymnesiae, v. Bale- 
ares Iae., Balea- 
ric Is 

Gyannias, vel Arze, 

Erzrum . . . 
Gyncecopolis, Sela- 

moun .... 
GyndesFL . . . 
Gyrton .... 
Gythium .... 



Lat. 



37 11 
35 18 
19 20 

48 20 

51 49 

33 10 
27 45 
32 6 
39 27 

30 20 

39 50 

31 57 
35 15 

34 50 

37 20 
11 

42 14 

34 
37 14 

40 5 

35 5 
37 32 
31 28 
5') 22 
53 40 
31 7 

41 52 

43 19 

45 42 

45 25 

47 34 

57 35 

42 45 
40 10 

43 29 

29 30 

49 21 

48 30 

36 12 

45 10 

47 6 
43 46 

50 21 
42 12 



48 5 

46 20 

51 20 

40 18 

40 55 
38 52 
30 2 
51 35 
36 20 
54 36 
38 53 
48 27 

36 20 

35 32 
35 46 

37 37 

38 41 



39 30 



39 57 

30 44 

33 15 
39 41 
36 46 



N 



Long. 



22 41 
25 12 
75 30 

4 51 

2 58 

63 
52 15 

23 52 

21 4i 
29 

22 30 
35 13 
42 50 

40 46 

42 10 
16 

58 15 

45 
22 30 
44 46 E 

24 59 E 
22 3E 
35 14iE 



No. 

of 

Map, 



18 15 
18 
47 45 
2 10 
11 46 

6 49 

7 10 
7 3 

2 

9 1 

27 10 



21 45 E 



51 20 

46 

19 

10 20 

5 45 

13 47 
40 E 

9 54 E 



11 43 

22 55 
66 30 

9 24 

22 
3 38 

15 51 

16 35 

27 5 
34 30 

6 20 

7 20 
3 7 

37 30 
10 20 

50 

49 10 
10 30 
24 44 

28 



3 

41 17 

30 49 

45 30 
22 18 
22 34 



Place. 



Lat. 



Long. 



H. 



1 



"If . 

el ) 

'J 



Habitancum, Ei- 

singham . . . 
Habor, Araxes, vel 

Chaboras FL, 

Khabur . . . 
Hactara .... 
Hadriana Villa . . 
Hadriani, Edrenos 
Hadriani Foium, 

Hague .... 
Hadrianopolis, Dri 

nopoli .... 
Hadrianopolis, An 

drinople . . . | 
Hadrianopolis, Mabli 
Hadrianopolis, Boli 
Hadrianopolis, vel 

Palmyra, Tad 

mor . . . 
Hadrianothera 
Hadrianum, Ariano 
Hadrianus, v. Tar- \ 

tarusFL, Tartaro ) 
HadriaticumMare, j 

Adriatic . . . ( 
Hadrumetum, Sou- ) 

sah ) 

*Haemimontani . 
HaemusM., Emineh 

Dagh, or Balkan 
Hala, Holwan, Cha- 

la, v. Kalchas, Sir 

Paul i Zohab . 

Halae 

Halah, Alae, v. Hilaea 
Halangium, L'ambre . 
Halesium . . . . 
Halhul, Hulhul . . 
Haliacmon FL, ) 

Indje-maura . | 
Haliartus, Mikra- j 

koura . . . . \ 
Halicarnassus, .Bom- j 

droum . . . . j 

Halice 

Halicyrna . . . . 
Hulisarna . . . . 
Halinsa I., one of ) 

the Kelevini Is. ) 

Halmirae 

Halmyris, Yeni 

Salah .... 
Halmyris Lacus . 
Halone I., Liman 

Pasha .... 
Halonesus I., Seli- 

dromi .... 
Halonnesus, Tava- 

tes I. . . . . 
Halos, Platanos . 
Halyciae, Salemi . 
Halycus Fl., F. di ] 

Mazzara . . . j 
Halycus FL, Platani 
Halys FL, Kizil Ir- ] 

mak j 

Hamath, v. Epipha- 

nia, Hamah . . 
Hamaxia .... 
*Hamirei, FA Ha- ] 

dramaut . . . j 
Hammaeum Littus 
Hammath . . . 
Hammeno . . . 
*Hammoniaca Regio 
Hannibalis Castra, 

Boccelletta . . 
Hannibalis P., Por 

timao .... 
Hannibalis Turris, 

Mahediah . . ) 
Harae, Eeka . . 
*Harmozia . . . 
Harmozica, v. Aero 

polis .... 
Harmuza . . . 
Harma .... 
Harpagium . . . 
Harpasa, Erbaz . 
Harpasus FL, Arpa 
Harpessus FL, Arda 
Harpinna . . . 
Harpis .... 



55 9 N 



36 

37 42 
41 57 

39 53 

52 4 

40 10 

41 44 

32 27 
40 42 

34 

39 25 

44 58 

45 
45 

35 47 

42 15 
42 50 



34 30 

38 39 

35 28 
50 16 

39 35 
31 35 

40 20 
38 23 

37 1 

37 21 

38 23 

36 44 

37 27 
30 47 
44 55 
44 40 
40 30 

39 10 

38 10 

39 < 
37 47 

37 40 

37 28 

40 30 

35 11 

36 30 
17 20 



24 
33 
42 25 
30 

38 52 
37 10 

35 30 

34 15 

26 30 

41 18 



26 
38 
40 21 
37 50 

40 25 

41 30 
37 39 
45 30 



2 11 


W 


41 


E 


3 


w 


12 47 


10 


28 59 


E 


4 18 


E 


20 18 


E 


26 34 


E 


20 25 


E 


31 42 


E 


37 55 


E 


27 49 


E 


12 8 


E 


11 40 


E 


13 


E 


10 37 


E 


26 


E 


28 


E 


46 5 


E 


23 12 


E 


40 59 


E 


5 14 


W 


26 13 


E 


35 10 


E 


22 20 


E 


23 7 


E 


27 30 


E 


23 13 


E 


21 32 


E 


26 59 


E 


23 33 


E 


29 19 


E 


28 45 


E 


29 


E 


27 37 


E 


23 55 


E 


26 30 


E 


22 48 


E 


12 47 


E 


12 40 


E 


13 40 


E 


31 


E 


36 41 


E 


32 9 


E 


53 55 


E 


57 30 


E 


35 35 


E 


22 15 


E 


25 40 


E 


16 32 


E 


8 26 


w 


11 5 


E 


37 52 


E 


57 30 


E 


45 32 


E 


57 25 


E 


23 43 


E 


27 20 


E 


28 31 


E 


43 45 


E 


25 30 


E 


21 42 


E 


29 40 


E 



No. 
of 

Map. 



11 



10 

17 
19 

21 

19 
3 

3 

3 

17 
10 
10 

22 



22 

11 

9 

20 

10 



Place. 



*.} 



Ilasta, Voltri . . 
Hasta, Castelmarino 
Hatera, Khatera . 
Hatra, Hatris, vel 

Bematra, Al 

Hadhr . . . 
Havara .... 
Hazargaddah . . 
Hazarshual . . . 
Hazor, Tell Asur . 
Hebromagus . . 
Hebron, v. Chebron, i 

ElKhulil . . I 
Hebrus FL, Maritza 
Hecatompedon . . 
Hecatompylon, } 

Damgan . . . ] 
Hecatonnesi, Mos- \ 

konisi . . . . \ 
Hedaphtha, Jeress 
Helcebus, Schelestat 
Heldua, Khan el 

Khuldua . . . 
Heldum, Ehden '. . 
Helena, vel Macri- 

L, Makri . . . 
Helena, antea Hli- 

beris, Elne . . 
Heliopolis, Baalbek 
Helice, Ichliman . 

Helice 

Helicon M., Palaio 

Vouni .... 
Helicranium 
Heliopolis, vel On, 

Matarieh . 
Helisson FL 
Helisson FL, Dcnia . 
Helissus, Aloni Stena 
Helium Ostium . . 
Hellespontus, Dar- ] 

danellcs . . . ) 

Helorum 

Helos 

*Helvecones, Posen ) 

and Poland . . \ 
Helvetiae Aquae, j 

Baden .... J 

*Helvetii 

*Helvii, Ardcche . . 
Helvillum, Sigillo . . 
Helvinus FL, Salt- } 

nello E. 
Hemeroscopium, v 

Dianium Pr., C 

S. Martin 
Hemaeum Pr., Eas 

Addar, or C. Bon 
Hephaestia, Cochino 
•Heptanomi, postea 

Arcadia . . . 
Heraclea, Polichoro 

Heraclea 

Heraclea 

Heraclea 

Heraclea, Heraclista. 
Heraclea, St. Tropez. 

Heraclea 

Heraclea 

Heraclea, Ben Hani . 

Heraclea 

Heraclea 

Heraclea, vel Lyn- ) 

cus j 

Heraclea, v. Perin- ] 

thus, Erekli . . j 
Heraclea Minoa . . 
Heraclea Pontica, ) 

Bender Erekli . | 
Heraclea Sintica, 

Demir Hisar 
Heracleopolis Mag- 
na, Abnas . . 
Heracleum, Cara- 

pinna .... 
Heracleum, Plata- 

mona .... 
Heracleum . . . 
Heracleum Prom., 

Batoum . . . 
Heraclius, vel Ba- 

thysFl. . . . 
Heraea .... 
Herseum .... 
Herteum Pr., Mc- 

langavi . . . 
Heraeus P., Agrio. 



Lat. 



44 27,N 
^ 39 N 
40 15 N 



?) 



35 33 

29 55 
31 8 
31 24 
31 58 
43 17 

31 33 

42 7 
40 17 

36 10 

39 20 

33 28 
48 24 

33 46 

34 16 

37 42 



Long. 



12 34 N 



33 58 

42 19 
38 22 

38 18 

40 1 

30 9 

38 
37 34 
37 38 

51 58 

40 15 

36 52 
36 50 

52 40 

47 28 

46 50 
44 40 

43 20 

42 45 



38 53 



37 8 

39 53 

28 30 

40 10 

37 42 

39 16 

38 47 

40 41 
43 14 

39 18 
37 31 

35 35 

36 52 
33 33 

40 48 

4i e 

37 23 

41 17 

41 10 

29 10 

35 19 

39 59 
31 28 

41 38lN 



8 42 E 
11 5lE 
22 33 E 

42 45 E 

35 35 JE 
34 33 ! E 
34 54!E 



No. 

of 
Map. 



41 35 
37 37 



35 17 

2 7 

35 9 

25 30 
20 7 

54 36 

26 40 

10 42 

7 35 

35 30 

35 59 



2N 
2N 
2'n 



-t 1 
2 58 


h 
E 


36 3 


F, 


23 59 


R 


22 9 


E 


23 


E 


20 7 


E 


31 24 


E 


22 45 


F, 


22 15 


R 


22 14 


E 


4 10 


E 


26 30 


E 


15 6 


E 


22 46 


E 


18 


E 


8 18 


E 


7 20 


E 


4 20 


E 


12 42 


E 


13 42 


E 


7 


E 


11 


E 


25 10 


E 


31 


E 


16 39 


E 


21 35 


E 


21 9 


F, 


22 22 


E 


27 12 


E 


6 43 


E 


26 45 


E 


27 37 


V. 


35 48 


E 


36 51 


E 


49 31 


E 


21 27 


E 


27 56 


E 


13 20 


E 


31 29 


E 


23 30 


E 


31 6 


E 


25 15 


E 


22 38 


E 


20 10 


E 


41 40 


E 


42 15 


E 


21 52 


E 


27 37 


E 


22 51 


E 


22 53 


E 



3 
4 

10 

22 

18 

20 
20 

20 
13 

20 

10 

S 

21 



INDEX. 



broms, ) 
mi P., 



Place. 



Hcrbanum, v. Uvbs ( 
Vetus, Orvieto . \ 
Herbita, Uitadella 
Herculancum . . 
Hcrculea I., Lunthj 
Herculem, ad . . 
Ilerculeum, v. Ga- 
dateum Frctum, 
Sta. of Gibraltar 
Ilcr cul cum Frctum , 
vol Gaditanum, 
Sts. of Gibraltar 
Herculis Arac . . . 
Herculis I., Vacalucc 

Herculis I 

Herculis Castra . . 
Herculis Monoeci 
P., Monaco . . 
Herculis P. . . . 
Herculis Pr., Hart 
land Ft. . . . 
Herculis Pr., C. 1 
Spartivento . . ) 
Herculis Templum 
Herculis, v. Cossanis 
P., Porto Ercole 
Herculis Labronis, 
vel Liburni 
lirorno 
Herculis Pagus, 

Eregli .... 
*IIercuniates . . 
Hercynii Montes, 

Btehmcrwald 

Hercynii, v. Sudcti 

Ms., Erz <$• Bie- 

sen .... 

Herd mia, Or don a 

Herin M., Totn- 

men-y-Mur . . 

Herius Fl 

Hermaeum Pr., Pluco 
Hermaeus S., G. of ) 
Smyrna . . . ) 
Hermanus Fl. . . . 
Herminius M., Ar- ) 
mino . . . . ) 
Hermione, Kaslri 
*Hermiones .... 
Ilermionicus Sinus, ) 
Hydra . . . . \ 
Hermon M., /. ed \ 
Duhy . . . . \ 
Hermon this, Erment. 
Hermopolis Magna, ) 
Ashmounein . . ) 
Hermopolis Parva, ] 
Damanhour . . } 
Hermopolitana { 

Phjiace, Melavn ) 
♦Hermunduri, Ba- 
varia .... 
Hermus Fi., Sarabat. 

*Hernici 

Herodium .... 
Heroopolis .... 
Heroopolites Sinus, j 
Suez .... | 
Heroopoliticum, v. | 
Drepanum Pr. . ) 

Ilcrpa 

*Herpiditani . . . 

Herpis Garsis . . . 

Hcshbon, v. Esbus, 

Hesban . . . 

Heshmon, vel Azmon 

Hcsidrus, v. Zara- ) 

drus Fl., Sutlej . ] 

Hespericus S. . . . 

Hcsperides, vel Be- ) 

renice,Ben Ghazi j 

Hesperidum,v.Gor- ) 

gades las. . . \ 

Hesperidum Horti 

Hesperu Keras, C. 

Verd\ . . . 

Hessus, Petrinitza 

Hetriculum, Lab 

tarico . . 
Hibe, Kharjeh 
Hibcrnia, vel Ierne 
I., Ireland . . 
Hibjrnicus Ocea- 
nus, Irish Sea . 
Hicra, Ala Sia . . 
Hiera, vel Vulcania 
I., Vulcano . . 



Lat. 



42 42 

37 24 

40 52 
51 12 

41 21 

36 



36 

31 1 
38 39 

37 12 
51 56 

43 44 

38 3 

51 3 

37 55 

36 24 

42 23 

43 33 

37 32 
46 10 
48 40 

50 45 

41 17 

52 56 



Long. 



47 SON 

N 



':} 



35 12 

38 30 
20 10 

39 

37 23 
50 40 

37 23 



32 38 
25 40 N 
N 



27 49 
31 3 
27 45 

50 

38 35 
41 50 
31 42 

30 2G 

29 

27 45 

38 2 
34 30 
34 30 

31 47 

31 6 

31 30 

10 

32 10 

11 
32 

12 10 

38 22 

39 28 



N 
N 
N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 
N 

N 
N 
N 

22 N 
N 

N 
N 
N 



53 





53 


40 


39 


7 


38 


22 



12 9 

14 25 
14 22 

4 40 
21 30 

5 40 



5 20 

47 17 
15 8 

6 50 

5 47 

7 29 

15 54 
4 32 

16 3 

6 9 
11 18 

10 18 



5 E 
0E 



14 

14 

15 32 
4 

1 50 

23 57 

26 50 
57 45 

7 10 

23 15 
15 30 

23 20 

35 25 
32 35 
30 53 

30 31 

30 55 

11 20 

27 40 

13 20 
35 16 
32 17 

32 50 

33 35 

37 10 

3 20 
2 46 

35 55 

34 16 

78 

15 
20 7 

16 
20 30 
18 
22 12 
16 12 
29 39 

8 

4 30 

26 27 

14 57 



E 


5 


W 


11 


w 

R 


13 
9 


E 


19 


E 


23 


W 


16 



No. 
of 

Map 



Place. 



Hiera Pr., Kheli- i 
dim i a .... ( 

Hierabriga, v. Arm- i 
briga . . . . \ 

Hieraoon, Beni Mo- 
hammed . . . 

Ilicracone . . . 

Hieraconopolia, ) 
Abou Ktlab . . \ 

Hieralis, Bashee . 

Hierapolis. Pom- 
bouk-kaletri . . 

Hierapolis, vel 

Bambyce . . . 

Hierapytna, Gera- 

vietra .... 

iiiciasus, v. Porata 

FL, Pruth . . 

Hierna, Straatth . 

Hierocapia . . . 

Hi'.'roinax, vel .Tar- 
mouk FL, She- 
riat el Ma/tdhur, 
or I'armuk . . 

Hieron M. . . . 

Hieron Pr., Grcc- 
nnre Pt. . . . 

Hierosolyma, v. Je- 
rusalem, Jerusa- 
lem, or El Kudu . 

Hilaea, Halah, vel 
Alae 

•Hillevioncs, v. Su- 



llimera, Bonfalino 
Ilimera PL, Salso . 
Ilimera FL, E. di 

S. Ijconardo . . 
Ilinnom Val. . . 

Hippi I 

Hippis Pr., lias 

Benjauad . . 

Hippo 

Hippo Regius {Ruins) 
Hippo Zarytus, 

Benzerty or Bi- 

zerta .... 
Ilippoeuria Regia, 

Hyderabad . . 
Hippola, Kijntla . 
Hippon .... 
Ilipponate, vel Te- 

rineus S., Go. di 

Sa. Eufemia . . 
Hipponium, M. Lenne 
Hipponon, Shehr 

Arbieh .... 
•Hippophagi . . 
Hippos, Kh urbet 

es Sicmrah . . 
Hippos .... 
Hippos M. . . . 
Hippuris I., Her- 

monisi .... 
Hira, prius Alexan- 
dria 

Hirminus FL, Ila- 

gusa .... 
*Hirpini, in Prin- 

cipato Ultra 

*Hirri 

Hisoris, Hotissaa . 
Hispalis, Seville . 
Hispellum, Spcllo 
Hispiratis, taper 
Histiaea, vel Oreus 

Oreos . 
*Histiaei . 
*Histiaeotis .... 
Histonium, Vasto ) 

oVAmmone . . ) 
*Histria, Istria . . 
*Hoboi - dene . . . 
Holmi, Agha-Uman . 

Holon 

Holwar, Chala, Kal- ) 

chas, vel Hala, > 

Sir Paul i Zohab ) 
♦Homeritae .... 
Homolium .... 
Homonada, Ermenak 
*IIomonadenscs . . 

HorM 

Iloreb M 

Horma 

Horma 

Hoi-rea, ad ... . 



! i!' 



Lat. 



36 in 
39 3 

J7 Ifj 

37 it 

25 4 

28 38 

86 M 

;."> I 

15 50 

56 IS 

:;i 50 

89 15 

10 45 
52 12 

81 47 

35 28 

62 

37 58 
37 12 

37 50 

31 44 

38 26 

30 50 

39 36 

36 48 



37 18 



17 20 

36 30 
32 36 



38 55 N 



38 44 
23 39 
50 
32 46 



32 52 N 

25 28 N 

36 33 N 
32 ON 

37 ON 

41 14 N 

59 N 

26 36 N 
37 2S N 
43 ON 
40 46|N 



38 57 

38 57 

39 40 



42 

45 20 N 
39 ION 



36 19 

31 22 

34 30 

14 50 
39 51 
36 42 
36 50 
30 25 
28 30 

42 25 
41 22 

43 34 



Loag, 



30 30 

8 55 

31 I] 

23 11 

5] 

M if, 

38 10 

25 48 

M l I 

I U 

35 47 

27 10 

6 18 

35 14 

40 59 

10 

13 41 

14 

13 35 

35 17 

26 21 

18 17 

3 46 

7 45 

9 46 

78 25 

22 21 

23 4 

16 

16 10 

31 1 

100 

35 39 

35 11 

38 0E 

26 11 E 

44 30 E 



14 47 

11 55 

23 E 

31 33 E 

5 48!w 

12 41IE 
E 



41 37 
23 6 



23 20 E 
21 45 E 

14 44 



14 
43 10 
33 50 
35 12 

46 5 

46 50 
22 41 
33 1 
33 
35 33 
33 58 

20 46 

21 16 



7 0IE 



of 

It 

it; 

is 

pt 

18 

M 

19 

21 

9 

lo 

\: 
IS 

80 

10 
12 

2(1 

22 



feat 



1 . vel » 

Oram 
Harream. . . . 
Horta, Orta . . . . 
Elorti H-. i rblnom, > 

f rbine . . . ■ 



HowtiHa, Oetifflia . . 
Hunmmi . . 

...... 

UyampolU, U 
Hybla II 

tagii ■ 
Hybla Major, J 

M 

■iti . 
II'. . 

, S r . . 

Elydaspea 1 1. . 
Hyde .... 

Hydra 

Hydramum . . . . 
Hydraotea 11., /, 
Hydrea, Hydra . . 
Hydrea I., Hydra 
Hydreum Apollj 
Hydreum .iu\ \b . . 
Hydriai e 1 1.. Giruhk 
Hydruntiom, 
Hyetaan 1., Gai. i 

t nut isi . . . . > 

Hyla 

Hyle 

Hylica r<., Ukari . 
Hyllaicufl P. . . . 
Ilyllis Peninsula, ) 

S i/ii'Dlirl/o . . \ 

Ilyllus PL . . 
Hymettofl If. . 
HypaM I., Ettaii 
Hypeapa . . . 
Hypana .... 

Ilypata, Patrajik . 

Hyperbonei, vel ) 

Ralphs] M. . . ( 

Hypereaia, vel £gira. 

Hyperteleatoa . . . 

Ilyphali 

Hyphaais, v. BIbaaifl / 
PL, Bri/ah . . . 

Hypius FL, Milan 
Innak .... 

Hyppaiis PL, C'rt- 
ma/rima . . . j 

Hypaa FL, Belici . 

Ilypscle, Elotten ) 
Laknar . . . ) 

Hypsoa, StanmUxa 

Hypsua ... 

•HjTcania . . . 

Ilyrcaniuin, v. Cas- 
pinm Marc, Cas- 
pian .... 

Hyria, vel Lyaima- 
chia Ps., Angtlo J 
Kastro ... J 

Hyria, v. I'rii, Oria . 

llyriuni, Rodi . . . 

Ilyrmma, a'. Onni- 
na, East el Tor- 
ncse 

Hyrnethion . . . 

Hysas 

Ilysdata .... 

Hysiae .... 

Hyssus Ptus., Sottr- 
menah .... 



IaOCA, Jara . . 

Iadera, Zara . . 
lagath .... 
Jalysua .... 

Iambi, v. Lanibi I., \ 
Brothers . . , J 
Iamnia, Yibna 
Iamno, Ciudadella 
lamphorina . . 
Iapygium l'rom., 
< 'a/)o di Leuoa 
lapygumtria P. 

Iarinuth, vel .leri 

math, ) urinuk 

la-sii, Hungary 

[aasua .... 



43 55 






1 N 



II 11. 

ii ; ». 

l - u 



21 



M^ 





N 




K 


37 31 


\ 




18 ll \ 




L 




1 . •• 




- 




1. 








. 




h 






. 




1. 




N 




K 




N 




», 




\ 




l 


.» 10 


N 








N 




l. 




N 






10 ;i 


N 




1. 




" 




1. 




N 




I 




.\ 




1. 




\ 




1. 




N 




l. 


13 ii 


N 


17 in 


i: 




N 




K 




N 


: ; i 


i. 


<;i I. 


N 




i 




\ 




i. 


W 84 


N 


21 11 


i: 




\ 


22 11 


i; 




\ 


60 


K 




N 




i: 




N 




i; 




N 




i: 




N 


73 


i. 


11 


N 


88 


i: 




N 


14 32 


'• 


37 44 


N 


13 


i: 


27 6 


N 


31 19 




37 33 


N 


ti fl 


i. 


36 is 


N 




37 


N 


56 ii 


B 


40 


N 


51 


i: 


38 35 


N 


21 85 


i: 


40 30 


N 


17 17 


i. 


41 56 


N 




i: 


37 53 


N 


81 8 


i; 




N 




r. 


18 U 


N 


23 22 


i: 


36 5 


N 


36 21 


i 


57 31 


N 




l: 


40 57 


N 


40 1 


l. 



42 30 
44 7 

35 33 

36 20 


V 
N 

N 
N 


33 

15 15 

5 16 


W 
K 
\N 

i: 


26 22 


N 




B 


31 51 
!<i fl 

41 30 


N 

N 

N 




E 

i: 
B 


39 49 


\ 


Lfl IS 


B 


38 56 


N 


17 


B 


31 18 


N 




V- 


17 ii 
.57 U 


N 

N 


17 1" 


1 

1 



22 



INDEX. 



Place. 



Iathrippa, v. Lath 

rippa, Medina . 
Iatinum, postea 

Meldi, Meaux 
Iatrum . . . 
Iatrus Fl., Rousita 
•Iazyges 
Ibera, Rapito 
*Iberia . . 
♦Iberingae, Thibet 
Iberus FL, Katsi 
Iberus FL, Ehro 
Ibium, Minieh . 
Ibleam . . . 
Ibliodurum . . 
Icarium Mare . 
Icarus FL, Koksah 
Icarus I., Nicaria 
♦lceni, Norfolk, 

Suffolk, and 

Cambridgeshire 
Ichana, Icana . 
Ichnae . . . 
Ichnae, v. Ischnae 
*Ichthyophagi . 
*Ichthyophagi . 
Ichthyophagorum S. 
Ichthys Pr. Katakolo 
Icidmagus . . . . 
Iciniacum, Heisscs 

heim .... 
Iconium, Koniyeh 

Icosium 

Ictis, St. Michael's . 

Ictymuli 

Iculisna, Angouleme 
[da M., Psiloriti . . 
Ida M., Ida or Gaz ) 

daffh . . . . ) 
Idalium, Dalin . . 

Idamene 

Idara, Derayeh . . 

Ide 

Idex FL, Idice . . . 

Idicra 

Idimum 

ldistavisus Cam- \ 

pus, near Deister > 

Berg . . . . J 
Idubeda M. . . . 
*Idumaea . . . . 
Idumania FL, 

Blackwater 
Idymus . . 
Iena FL, Crce 
Iena ^Est., Wigton 

Bay 
Ienysus . 

Ierax 

Icsona .... 
Iespus .... 
lgaedita, v. Egita- 

nia, Idanha a 

Nova .... 
Igilgilis, Jijcli . . 
Igilium I., /. del 

Giglio .... 
Iguvium, Gubbio , 

lim 

Ha 

Ha FL, Wick . , 
Ilargus Fl., Iller . 
I id urn, Cuevas . , 
Ilei .... 
*Ilercaones, Ara- 

gon, &c. ... 
*Ilercaones, Valencia 
Ilerda, Lerida . . . 
*Ilergetes, Aragon 

and Catalonia . 

Ilipa 

Ilipula M., Sierra 

Nevada . . . 
Ilissus FL ... 
Ilistra, Illisera 
Ilium, v. Cestria, 1 

Palcea Venetia ) 

Ilium M 

Ilium Novum, His- 

sarjik .... 
Illiberis, postea 

Helena, Elne 
Illicis, Etc he , 
Illicitanus S. 
Illunum, Vdlena 
Illurco, Flora . 
*Illyricum . . 



".} 



.} 



Lat. 




Long. 




No. 

of 






Map. 


25 3 


N 


39 59 


E 


23 


48 56 


N 


2 54 


E 


13 


43 32 


N 


25 41 


E 


10 


43 10 


N 


25 10 


E 


10 


47 


N 


37 


E 


1 


40 36 


N 


38 


E 


16 


41 40 


N 


44 35 


E 


22 


29 


N 


95 


E 


25 


41 25 


N 


45 


E 


22 


40 43 


N 


50 


E 


16 


28 5 


N 


30 36 


E 


18 


32 28 


N 


35 2 


E 


20 


49 6 


N 


5 58 


E 


13 


37 30 


N 


26 30 


E 


9 


37 8 


N 


70 


E 


24 


37 37 


N 


26 10 


E 


9 


52 25 


N 


30 


E 


11 


36 47 


N 


15 4 


E 


5 


39 22 


N 


22 5 


E 


8 


36 18 


N 


39 4 


E 


22 


26 


N 


60 


E 


24 


25 30 


N 


34 30 


E 


18 


24 45 


N 


53 20 


E 


23 


37 38 


N 


21 19 


E 


7 


45 6 


N 


4 


E 


13 


48 42 


N 


10 53 


E 


14 


37 52 


N 


32 40 


E 


19 


36 34 


N 


1 34 


E 


17 


50 7 


X 


5 22 


W 


11 


45 47 


N 


8 2 


E 


3 


45 37 


N 


10 


E 


13 


35 13 


N 


24 45 


E 


9 


39 45 


N 


26 55 


E 


19 


35 1 


N 


33 29 


E 


19 


41 13 


N 


22 26 


E 


10 


25 2 


N 


46 12 


E 


23 


40 27 


N 


26 35 


E 


10 


44 35 


N 


11 33 


E 


3 


36 17 


N 


5 45 


E 


17 


44 9 


N 


21 


E 


10 


52 15 


N 


9 12 


E 


14 


39 


N 


1 30 


W 


16 


31 10 


N 


34 45 


E 


20 


51 45 


N 


1 


E 


11 


37 3 


X 


28 40 


R 


19 


55 


X 


4 35 


w 


12 


54 45 


N 


4 15 


\V 


12 


31 16 


X 


34 14 


E 


20 


30 40 


X 


29 26 


E 


18 


42 11 


X 


1 2 


E 


16 


41 13 


X 


38 


E 


16 


39 51 


N 


7 2 


w 


16 


36 47 


X 


5 44 


E 


17 


42 20 


X 


10 57 


E 


4 


43 21 


X 


12 38 


E 


3 


31 i4 


X 


34 26 


E 


20 


26 47 


N 


53 56 


E 


24 


58 24 


X 


3 5 


W 


12 


47 54 


X 


10 10 


R 


15 


40 20 


X 


5 


E 


16 


37 25 


X 


23 18 


E 


7 


41 20 


X 





E 


16 


39 40 


N 


30 


W 


16 


41 40 


X 


28 


E 


16 


41 50 


X 


30 


E 


16 


37 25 


X 


6 25 


W 


16 


37 10 


X 


3 30 


w 


16 


37 58 


X 


23 44 


K 


7 


37 11 


X 


33 11 


E 


19 


39 35 


N 


20 21 


E 


8 


36 43 


X 


22 30 


E 


7 


39 58 


X 


26 18 


E 


19 


42 34 


X 


2 58 


E 


13 


38 26 


X 


42 


W 


16 


38 


X 





E 


16 


38 39 


N 


55 


W 


16 


37 28 


X 


4 10 


W 


16 


44 


X 


17 


E 


15 



Place. 



le, v. JSnaria, ) 
ithecusa I., > 
via . . . . ) 



bus, \ 



Ilorci, v. ELocroca, 

Lorca .... 
Ilurbida .... 

Iluro 

II va, v. iEthalia I., 

Elba .... 
Imacbara, Cerami 
Imaeus M., Forca t 

Carrosa . . . ) 
Imbros I., Imbro 
Imbros, Imbro . , 
Inacliorium . . . 
Inachus FL, Banitza 
Inachus, v. Ache- 

lous FL, Aspro 

Potamo . . 
Inapha . . . 
Inarime, v. iEnaria, 

v. Pithecusa 

IscM 
Inaromia 
Inatos ...... 

Incitaria . . . . , 

^Indaprathse, Thibet 
Inde, Nandair . , 
Indenea, vel Sar- 

nade, Trawnik . 
Indi Ostia . . . 
Indicomordana . . 
Indicus Oceanus . 
*Indigeti, Catalonia 
Indo Scythia, Hin- ] 

d/stati . . . . ] 
Indus, v. Sinthus, 

v. Sindus Fl 

Indus 
Indus FL, Dala- 

mon-chai 
Industria, v. Bodin- ) 

comagus, Montcu ' 
*Ingaevones, Den 

mark, Hanover, 

and Holland 
e Ingauni, Genoa 
Ingaunum Albium, ) 

Albenga . . . ) 
Ingena, postea 

Abrincatui 

Avranches 
*Ingine 
Inimurium, St. ) 

Michael . . . i 
*Insubres, Lombardy 
*Intemelii, Genoa 
Intemelium Albi- ) 

um, Vintigmiglia ) 
Interamna, Term 
Interamna, ad, 1 

Lirim, Terame . ) 
Interamna Praetu- ) 

tina, Teramo . j 
Interamnia, S. A. j 

della Fiera . . ) 
Interamnia, Termoli 
Interamnia . . . . 
Interamnia, Villa- ) 

roani . . . . j 
Intercalia . . . . 
Intercisa, Furlo . . 
Interocrea, Antro- 1 

doco . . . . j 
Interpromium, | 

S. Valentino . ) 

Intibili 

Intium . . . . . . 

Invi Castrum, In- ) 

castro . . . . ) 
Iolcos, Volo Castle . 
*Iolisitae, El Ahsa . 
Iomnium, Algier . . 

Ionussa 

Ion Fl., Cachia . . 

Ionaca 

♦Ionia 

Ionici, vel Nici . . 
Ionium Mare . . . 
Ionopolis, v. Abon- ) 

tichos, Ineboli . ) 
♦Iontii . . . . . 

Ios I., 

Ios, Babitza . . . 

Ios I 

Iotapata 

Iotape I., Nomahn . 
Ipnae, Zagora . . . 

Ipsus 

Irene, Kittan . . . 



Lat. 



37 41 X 

40 45 X 

N 



41 32 

42 45 

37 45 

42 2 

40 10 
40 
35 20 

37 42 

38 45 
24 33 
40 43 



n, j 
tea" ' ) 



43 25 
35 3 
42 23 
30 
19 10 

44 10 

24 ( 

37 56 



42 10 

27 



28 

37 
45 12 

53 20 

44 5 
44 4 

48 40 

34 45 

47 

45 
43 55 

43 46 

42 34 

41 27 

42 41 

39 41 

42 
41 

42 24 

41 58 

43 37 

42 26 

42 14 

40 20 
36 35 

41 36 

39 24 
25 
36 50 

29 30 
39 50 
28 47 
38 



38 30 

41 56 

36 40 

36 44 

37 23 

39 23 
33 2 
27 
39 27 
39 1 
12 



Lons 



1 51 

4 31 

2 26 

10 15 



14 30 E 



No. 

oC 

Map 



13 56 

25 50 
25 55 
23 32 
22 35 

21 23 



48 12 E 



13 52 

16 46 
25 20 
11 10 

90 
77 25 

17 40 

67 30 

66 40 

80 

2 40 

70 



70 

29 

7 58 

9 

8 

8 12 

1 20 

41 45 
13 40 

9 
7 45 

7 43 

12 36 

13 39 

13 47 

16 21 

15 1 

8 5 

5 31 

5 12 

12 40 

13 4 



13 59 E 



23 
37 25 

12 52 

22 58 

49 10 

2 57 

71 10 

21 32 
51 
27 30!E 
42 30 E 
20 E 

33 46 

7 40 
25 20 

22 19 
24 11 
35 23 
35 15 

23 7 
30 35 

72 45 E 



23 



Place. 



Lat. 



Irenopcls, vel Sala- ) 

minias, Salamie \ 
Iria Flavia, El Fa- \ 

dron . . . . ) 
Iria FL, Staffora . . 
Irine I., Flatia . . 
Iris FL, Tokat Su . 
Iris FL, St. Nikolaia 
Is, Izanesopolis, v. 1 

Carmanda . . i 
Is^ca, v. Isca FL, | 

> t. Mary . . . ) 
Isacae Ost., Ex . . . 
Isamnium Prom., 1 

KillardPt. . . ) 
Isanus FL, Hismo . 
Isara FL, Oise . . . 
*Isarci, in Lombardy 
Isargus FL, Iser . . 
Isarus FL, Eisach 
*Isatichae .... 
Isaura ..... 

*Isauria 

Isca I., St. Mary . . 
IscaFL, Usk . . . 
Isca, Exeter . . . 
Isca, Caerleon . . . 
Ischnae, v. Ichnae . . 

Iscina 

Ise> FL, Ips . . . 
Isidem, ad ... , 

Isidis I 

Isinisca, Peis . . . 

Isionda 

Ismenus FL, . . . 

Isone 

Isos 

Issa I., et opp. Lissa 
*Issachar, Tribus . , 
*Issedones .... 
Issicus S., G. of ) 

Iskenderun . . j 
Issoria, Glykys 
Issus, (ruins) . . 
*Istaevones, West- 1 

phalia, &c. . . j 
Ister, vel Danubius 

FL, Danube . . 

Isti Pr 

Isthmus 

Istros I., Giali . . 
Istrus, v. Istropolis, | 

Ister . . . . ) 
Isura I., Dauss . . 
Isurium, v. Gallu- 1 

nis, Aldborough ) 

Italica 

Itamos P 

Itanus, Sitano . . . 
Ithaca I., Teaki . . 
Ithaca, vel Alalco- ) 

menae, Bat hi . ) 
Ithar, vel Thar . . 

Ithome 

Ithome, Mavromaki . 
Ithora, Voxirii . . 
Itium Pr., C. Qrisnez 
Itius P., Wissant . . 

Itonus 

Ituna FL, Ithnan 

Ituna JEst 

Itunam, ad, Gleu- ) 

mailin . . . ) 
*Ituraea et Trachonitis 
Itys FL, Shief . . . 
Iuenna, Voclkermarkt 
Iulis, Zea . . . . 
*Iverni, Kerry . . 
Ivernus FL, Kenmare 
Ixia, Uxtico 
Izanesopolis, Is, v, 

Carmanda 
Izitzi, v. Tzitzi 




34 55 

42 37 

44 51 
37 30 

40 28 

41 48 

33 38 

50 55 

50 37 

54 17 

41 30 
49 40 

45 50 

48 10 

46 37 
30 10 
37 12 
37 30 

49 54 

51 40 

50 44 

51 37 

36 18 
31 

47 54 
41 48 
15 30 

48 

37 1 

38 20 

34 53 

38 26 
43 4 
32 37 
43 

36 30 

39 23 

36 56JN 

51 30 N 

43 45 N 

37 32 X 



':] 



37 54 

36 40 

44 22 
25 12 
54 4 

37 34 
28 40 
35 6 

38 20 

38 20JN 

25 40 N 

39 24 N 

37 12 N 

38 30 N 
50 51 N 
50 53 N 

39 8|n 



37 0E 

8 38 W 

9 10 E 
22 55 E 
36 30 E 

41 45 E 

42 37 E 



No. 
of 

Map. 



57 20 
54 50 

57 24 

33 20 
57 
46 37 
37 39 
52 
51 44 N 
35 55:N 

33 38 N 

23 50 N 



3 30 

3 27 

5 30 

19 45 
3 20 
9 
11 40 
11 30 
56 30 
32 32 
32 



17 30 

15 

41 48 
40 50 
11 50 
30 40 
23 20 
45 46 
23 27 

16 10 
35 27 

104 

35 45 

20 37 

36 10 

7 45 

25 30 

25 59 

23 

27 10 

28 50 
52 59 

1 25 

5 54 
48 55 

26 13 
20 40 

20 40 

50 12 

21 44 
21 57 

21 17 
1 32 

1 38 

22 42 

2 

3 30 

2 11 

36 15 

5 20 
14 40 

24 22 
9 

10 

27 52 

42 37 
32 45 



J. 



Jabadii I., Sumatra . 
Jabes Galaad, vel ] 

Jabisus ... | 
Jabok, v. Jobacus ) 

Fl., Wady Zurka j 
Jabruda, Yehrud . . 
»Jaccetani,iVai'arre ^ 

and Aragon . . ) 
Jaezer Torr. . . . 
Jair 



3 


N 


98 


E 


32 30 


N 


35 47 


E 


32 18 


X 


35 50 


E 


33 58 


X 


36 40 


E 


42 40[n 


1 


\Y 


31 53 

32 52 


X 

X 


35 43 

35 50 


E 

E 



INDEX. 



°:\ 



Place. 



Japba 

Japhia, 1 afa . . 

Jarkon Torr., Nahr 

el Aujel . . . 
Jasonium . . . 
Jasuloncs, Barak . 
Jattir, Attir . . 
•Jaxartse . . . 
Jaxartcs FL, Sir or 

Sihon .... 
Jazorus, Seir . . 
♦Jazvges Meta- 

nasiue, Hungary 
Jedna, Idhna . . , 
Jehud . . . . , 
Jerachum . . . , 
•Jericho .... 
Jericho, v. Hierichus 
Jeriniuth, vel Jar- } 

muth, l'urmuk ] 
Jerusalem, v. Hiero- j 

solyma, Fl KiuLs, ' 

or Je> uxalcm . ) 
Jcthira .... 
Jczrccl, Zerin 
Jobaoos, v. Jabok ) 

FL, li'ady Zurka ) 
Joglandum, ad, Cog- 

mono . 
Jokneam . 
Jonianes, vel Dia- 

muna ¥1., Jumna 
Joppa, vel Japho, 

la/a .... 
Jordanes FL, She- 

riat el Kebir 
Jordanis Fons, 

Phiala Lacus . 
Jovalia, Valpo 
Jovavum, Saltzburg 
Jovem, ad . . . 
Jovia, Semevecz . 
Jovis Pagus . . , 

Jovis Pr 

Jovis Casii Temp. 
Jovis Latialis Temp. 
Jovis Paleni Temp., 

S. Benedetto 
Jovis Uiii Temp. . 
Jovisura, Landshut . 
Joza, vel Julia Tra- ) 

ducta, Tarifa . ) 
Jucara ...'.. 
Jucundin . . . . 

♦Judaea 

Judah Desertum . . 
•Judah, Tribus . . 
Julia Apta, Apt . . 
Julia Fidentia, Po. } 

S. Donnino . . \ 
Julia Traducta, vel j 

Joza, Tarifa . j 
Julia Castra, Trvjillu 
Julia Gordus, Ghi- ) 

vrdiz . . . . J 
Julia Pax, Beja . . 
Juliacum, Julius . . 
Juliae, vel Carnicae ( 

Alpes . . . . ( 
Julias, Bethsaida \ 

pr. Chorazin, ) 

Tell . . . . J 

Julii Forum, Civi- ) 

dade di Friuli . j 
Julii Forum, Frijus . 
Julii Vic us, vel ) 

Atures, Aire . j 
Juliobona, Lille- 1 

bonne . . . . ) 
Juliobriga, Beynosa . 
Juliomagus, postea ) 

Andecavi, Angers ) 

Juliopolis . . . . 

Julium(Carnicum), ] 

Zuglio . . . . ) 

Juucaria, Junquera . 

Junonia I 

Junonis Fontes, 1 

Caldiero . . . j 

Junonis Prom., C. \ 

Trafalgar . . \ 

Jura iMons . . . 

JustinianaSecunda, \ 

vel Ulpiana, j 

Kousnik ! . . ) 

•Juthungi, Moravia 

Juttah, 1 uttah . 



Lat. 



32 57 
32 42 

32 7 

37 15 
47 31 
31 23 
45 

41 30 

31 56 

47 

31 35 
31 42 
23 15 
31 55 
31 52 

31 43 



31 47 N 



Long. 



31 28 N 

32 34!N 

32 18 N 

43 25 X 

32 4S N 
28 ON 

32 GN 

32 15 IN 

33 16 N 

45 42 X 
47 45 N 

43 36 N 

46 18 N 

44 29jN 
6 15 N 



35 57 
41 47 

41 58 

41 ION 
48 30 N 

36 5 



29 40 
31 53 
31 35 

31 30 
51 24 

43 49 

44 53 

36 5 

39 21 

38 54 

38 5 
50 54 

46 35 

32 58 

46 5 
43 2 
13 43 

49 32 
42 59 

47 30 

37 39 

46 25 

42 24 
28 30 

45 24 



35 32 
35 18 

34 55 

59 35 

18 40 

35 5 
67 

71 

35 55 

19 40 

34 59 

34 35 
56 2 

35 25 
35 28 

34 59 



36 


l 
14 


47 





4.3 


15 


10 
31 


10 
28 



35 14 

34 58 

35 22 

35 50 

11 39 
35 5 

77 30 

34 48 

35 38 

35 51 

18 27 

13 4 
1 15 

16 40 
21 10 
80 15 
35 55 

12 40 

14 7 

29 7 

12 6 

5 33 

47 48 

23 57 

35 

35 25 

35 10 

5 23 

10 5 

5 33 

5 49 

28 28 

7 40 

6 20 

13 



No. 

of 

Map 

20 

20 

20 

21 

15 

20 

1 

24 
20 
15 
20 
20 
23 

20 

20 
20 



35 40 

13 27 
6 46 
15 

32 

3 56 

35 

39 22 

12 52 

2 51 
18 

11 10 

6 ( 
6 5( 



N| 20 45 



16 10 
35 9 



Place. 



Lat. 



Loat 



Map 



K. 



Kndeah Barnea 

Kali-has, H.da, I lol- 

wan, vel Chala . 

Kalos Limen, Calo- 
linuinia . , . 

Kanah, Kama . . 

Karsi, vel Ghana, 
Kara .... 

Kataba, vel Hana . 
Katara, Fl Biddoh 
Kedesh, Kede$ 
Kedron Torr., 

II tidy Kid ron . 
Keraz .... 
*K< rdanita?, Fl ) 

Hejoz .... | 
Kerjath lim, Ft ) 

Trim . . . . \ 
Kerkas .... 
Kindius M. . . . 
Kirjath Jcaiim, ( 

Kuryet el Enaib s 
Kison PL, Nahr cl \ 

Mvkutta . . . \ 
'Kithehanitii', vel 

Gebanitie, Fl 

Yemen. . . . 

EQymna, v. Kljsma 
Kodrium, Dobrin 

Koros Fl 

•Kottabani, Oman . 
Krite, Aita . . . . 
Krithotis . . . . 
Kuriat, Bos 1 lei ran . 
Kuron Limen . . . 
Kynortion M. . . , 



:U s N 

80 i ; n 

;; l'. n 

10 83 N 

11 n\ 
J.» 1.'. 

33 9 



;i n 

11 7 
23 2-> 

si a 

38 21 
28 o 

31 49 

32 42 



18 10 N 

28 .'<: n 

111 is N 

:!7 2(» N 

22 30 N 
13 <i N 
10 27 X 

23 2!) N 
43 35 X 
37 33 N 



31 :,i 
46 5 

43 5 

ii j: 
.'.l 32 

20 in 

10 In 

:•>:. ;>! 

78 
3.3 8 

35 10 

46 45 

32 21) 

20 in 

21 53 
55 50 

27 :.i 
26 11 
58 55 

28 40 
23 5 



B 18 



L. 



Labatanis .... 
Labbara, vel Liba, ] 

Kalah Sherkat . ) 
*Labeates . . . . 
Laberus, Ke Us . . . 
Labicana Via . . . 
Labicum, La Colonna 
Laborea, ad, Mohacs 

Labotas Fl 

Labranda . . . . 
Labris . . . . . 
Labyrinthitis . . . 
Lacedoemon, vel 

Sparta . . 
Laceria .... 
*Lacetani, Catalonia 
Lachchere, Kataba 
Lacinium Pr., Capo 

delle Colonne . 
Lacinon Ms. . . 
Lacipea ..... 
Lacobriga .... 
Lacobriga, Layos 
•Laconia .... 
Laconicus S., G. of ) 

Kolokythia . . } 
Lacotena . . . 
Lacotena, Fir an- ) 

shehr . . . . ) 
Lacter Pr. . . . 
Lactodorum, vel 

Lutudarum, 

Bowcester 
Lactoi'a, Lectoure 
Ladesto, Lagosto 
Ladios, ad, Bamaluka 

Ladocea 

LadonFl 

Ladon FL, Bufia . . 
♦Laeanita?, Fl Ahsa . 
Laeanites Sinus . . 
•Laeceni, El Ahsa . 
Laedus FL, Le Loir . 

Laemus M 

Laepa, Lepe . . . 
•Laevi, Piedmont . . 

Lagania 

•Laganici . . . . 
Lagaria, La Nucara 
Lagectum v. Legco 

lum, Casthford 
ILagon .... 



ru«. 



23 47 


N T 


58 1 


E 


23 


35 29 


X 


43 15 


i: 


22 


42 15 


X 


19 20 


E 


15 


53 22 


X 


(i lii 


w 


12 


41 52 


X 


12 35 


E 


5 


41 48 


X 


12 43 


E 


4 


45 56 


X 


18 41 


E 


15 


36 50 


X 


36 40 


E 


21 


37 20 


X 


27 45 


E 


9 


23 57 


N 


49 31 


E 


23 


29 20 


N 


31 1 


E 


18 


37 5 


N 


22 26 


E 


7 


39 28 


N 


22 45 


E 


8 


42 


X 


1 30 


E 


16 


13 55 


N 


44 55 


E 


23 


39 6 


X 


17 14 


E 


5 


39 45 


N 


21 17 


E 


8 


39 35 


N 


5 35 


w 


16 


42 27 


X 


4 3(i 


w 


16 


37 10 


X 


8 36 


w 


16 


37 


X 


22 35 


E 


7 


36 40 


X 


22 43 


i: 


7 


37 50 


X 


37 36 


E 


21 


38 7 


X 


38 23 


E 


19 


36 40 


N 


27 


L 


9 


52 7 


N 


1 


YY 


11 


43 56 


N 


37 


E 


13 


42 45 


X 


16 55 


E 


15 


44 50 


N 


17 9 


E 


15 


37 24 


X 


22 9 


E 


7 


37 48 


N 


21 35 


E 


7 


37 40 


N 


21 51 


E 


7 


27 30 


X 


48 40 


E 


23 


28 15 


X 


49 10 


E 


23 


27 12 


X 


47 10 


E 


23 


47 45 


X 


50 


E 


13 


23 45 


N 


39 5 


E 


23 


37 15 


N 


7 2 


\Y 


l(i 


45 15 


N 


8 45 


E 


3 


40 5 


N 


31 50 


E 


19 


28 50 


X 


20 


E 


17 


40 3 


X 


16 29 


E 


5 


53 4i 


X 


1 23 


w 


11 


37 2( 


N 


30 19 


E 


19 



Ut. 



N 

■ 
I 
H 10 N 

II I N 

. 



i 



11 X 

11 ?,'. i n 



38 11 



I ' 
; 
hih. i ! . . 

: 

Lata . 

Lama, / 

I 

Battai . . . \ 

■! I,,,, i 

■Ami . . . . \ 
LambL rd Iambi * 

I., Brothm 
LamU i. 
Lambrua l ; . / 

Lamed 

Lamia, Zituum" . . 

I.innii.i- 

I«iiinii.imi, .lliunbin 

Lampe, \. Lama 
Lampeia M , .hims 

Lamprea 

Lamprt a Infr. . . . 

I..uiip-.u \i-./.nrii],.-<(ikt 

Lamaa 

Lancia Oppidana, 
Guard* . . . 
Lanoia Tm 
d.ma, ( iudud 

"/" . . . 

L KSUm, I.'in- 

• ■ • . . 

•Langobardi, 
mark and Mitt,t- 
ntark .... 

Langobriga, Oar- 

tallios . . . . \ 

Lanuvio, sob . . . 
Lanuvium, <'. la t 

Vigna . . . . j 
Laodicea .... 
LaodiceaCombosta, » 

LadiA . . . . \ 
Laodicea ad I 

num, v. Si 

JJjll.s.si cl DjC- 

<!<<!>• .... 
Laodicea ad Lv- 

cum, Fski Ladik 
Laodicea, ad .Mare, 

Lntakia . . . 
Lapathua . . . 
Lapdia, Titeri 
Lapethus, Lapito . 
LaphyBtiua M. . . 
Lapidaria ... 
Lapidariorom Castra 
Lapidem, ad . . 
Lappa, v. Lampe . 
Lapurdum, Bayonne 
Lar, Tadaret . . 

Lar, Fl 

Laranda .... 
Laranda, Karaman 
•Larioe, Gvgermt 
Larice, Lack . . 
Larinum, Larino } 

Vecehto . . . j 
Lnrisaa .... 

Lari>sa, I'cniilur I 
or Larissa . . j 

Larissa .... 

Lans-vi, Phrieonit 

Larissa, Nimrud . 

Lan>sa, vel Sizara, 
Kalat St ijir 

I.ari--a Cri'ina-tc . 

Laxiaeoi FL, Risso 

Larius Lacus, L. di 
Como .... 

Larymna . . . 

Larysius M. . . 

Las, vel Asine . . 

Laaa, v. Callirrhoe 

Laaea 

Lasharon . . . 

Lasion, Lala . . 

Latunia .... 

Lathrippa, v. Jath- 
rippa, tir. Medina 
Latina, Tcharddh 
Latins Via . . . 
•Latium, Cam- 

payna di /■ 



.'•1 20 N 



87 5] N 

89 54 N 

35 45 X 
35 19 X 

46 31 X 
24 7 X 

50 57 X 
35 19 X 

13 29 X 

■ 

21 15 X 

37 41 X 
37 11 X 

lull N 



I- : | 



- 

22 21 I. 
21 1 • I. 



23 



* 



41 48 

38 7 

39 37 



39 39 
38 35 X 

35 18 N 

38 5X 
46 ON 

;i 88 N 

3 I 57 X 

82 9 N 

7 42 N 

r, 12 n 

II 1> N 



I. 






1G 



\\ 



8 54 

8 31 

12 II 



36 27 



29 18 

35 46 

33 14 

1 21 

24 19 

19 E 

11 16 I. 

ii 4: i: 

26 59 E 



11 
II 

II 

II 
3 
5 

I 

4 
1-. 



II 



M 

II 

4 
4 

II 

21 
19 






9 15 i: 

23 II I. 

22 84 E 

35 12 1 

2i i" i; 

31 58 i. 

21 41 1. 

30 59 B 



II 

s 
17 
LI 

I 

II 
II 
11 

I 
13 
17 

II 
19 

U 

4 

7 

I 

II 
II 



I 

7 

. 

M 

20 

7 
II 

1" 
I 



2-1 



INDEX. 



Place. 



Latmicus S., Baffi ) 

Denizli . . . ) 
Latinos, Baffi . . 
Latmus M. . . . 
Latopolis, v. Laton, 

Esneh .... 
Latovicorum Prae- 

torium, Neustad- 

tcl 

Laturus S 

Laud Fl., Wad Nekor 
Laumellum, LomMo . 
Laureata, Abadessa . 
Laurentina Via . . 
Laurcntinum Pli- 

nii, La Piastra . 
Laurentum, Paierno 
Lauriacum, Enns . 
Lauronuin, '1 aber- 

nas 

Laus, Scalea . . 
Laus FL, Lao . . 
Laus Pompeia, Lo- ) 

di Vecchio . . j 
Laus S., Go. di Po 

Ucastro . . . 
Lavara, Aveiro 
Lavatrae, Bowes . . 
Lavinium, Pratica . 
Lebadia, Livadia . . 

Lebedus 

Lebena, Lionda . . 
Lebinthos I., Levitha 
Lebonab, Lubban . . 
Lcchaeum . . . . 
Lectum Pr., Baba 

Lederata 

Ledon 

Ledra, Nicosia . . . 

Lees 

*Legae 

Legeolium, vel La- \ 

gectum, Castle- \ 

Md ) 

Legio (Septimo Ge- 

mina), Leon . . 
Lcgio, v. Megiddo, \ 

El Lejhui . . ) 

Leictrum 

Lelandros I., Stenosa. 
Lemanae, Lympne 

Lemanis P 

Lemanus L., Geneva. 

Lemelli 

Lemnns I., Lcmnos . 
Leninos, Letnnos . . 
*Lemovices, Upper ) 

Vienna . . . \ 
*Lemovii, Pomera- \ 

nia \ 

Lemovorum Dacto 

num, Monforte 

de Lemos . . . 
Lentia, Lintz . . 
Leon Pr., Leon . . 
Leontes Fl., Nahr ) 

el Kasimieh . . ] 
Leontini, Lentini . 
Leontini Campi, ) 

Piano di Catania \ 
Leontinus S., G. of i 

Catania . . . \ 
Leontium, A. Ianni 
Leontopolis, Er 

Jiausheh . . 
Leontopolis, Tel ) 

Basta . . . . \ 
Leontopolis, vel Vi- \ 

cus Judaeorum, > 

Tel Joudicn . . ) 
Leparasi, Almas . 
Lepethymnus M. . 
Lepidi itegiuin, Reg- 

gio 

Lepidoton, El Te- 

hemas .... 
♦Lepontii, Switzer- 
land .... 
Lepreum .... 
Lepsia I., Lipso . 
Lepte Acra, Pas 

Benas .... 
Leptis Magna, Lebdah 
Leptis Parva, Lamta 
Lerna, Myli . . . 

Leios I 

Lesbos I., Mytilene 



Lat 




Long 




No. 
of 






Map 


37 33 


N 


27 20 


E 


19 


37 27 


N 


27 35 


E 


19 


37 35 


N 


27 50 


E 


9 


25 15 


N 


32 34 


E 


18 


45 47 


N 


15 11 


E 


15 


35 27 


N 


1 20 


w 


17 


34 50 


N 


3 45 


W 


17 


45 8 


N 


8 45 


E 


3 


43 34 


N 


16 24 


E 


15 


41 47 


N 


12 26 


E 


4 


41 42 


N 


12 21 


E 


4 


41 41 


N 


12 24 


E 


4 


48 14i 


N 


14 32 


E 


15 


39 5 


N 


17 


w 


16 


39 4G 


N 


15 56 


E 


5 


39 55 


N 


16 


E 


5 


45 17 


N 


9 8 


E 


3 


39 54 


N 


15 35 


E 


5 


40 37 


N 


8 39 


w 


16 


54 28 


N 


1 55 


w 


11 


41 40 


S 


12 29 


E 


4 


38 26 


N 


22 54 


E 


8 


38 5 


N 


27 1 


E 


19 


34 56 


N 


24 55 


E 


9 


37 


N 


26 34 


E 


9 


32 4 


N 


35 14 


E 


20 


37 56 


N 


22 54 


E 


7 


39 30 


N 


26 4 


E 


19 


44 55 


N 


21 30 


E 


10 


38 37 


N 


22 35 


E 


8 


35 9 


N 


33 30 


E 


19 


13 25 


N 


45 7 


E 


23 


41 30 


N 


47 30 


E 


22 


53 45 


N 


1 23 


w 


11 


42 34 


N 


5 37 


w 


16 


32 35 


N 


35 11 


E 


20 


37 19 


X 


22 9 


E 


7 


37 6 


N 


25 50 


E 


9 


51 4 


N 


1 4 


E 


11 


51 


N 


1 5 


E 


11 


46 26 


N 


6 30 


E 


13 


35 54 


N 


4 30 


E 


17 


39 55 


N 


25 10 


E 


9 


39 55 


N 


25 5 


E 


9 


45 40 


N 


1 30 


E 


13 


54 20 


N 


17 30 


E 


14 


42 34 


X 


7 41 


w 


16 


48 16 


N 


14 21 


E 


15 


34 54 


N 


24 44 


E 


9 


33 18 


N 


35 30 


E 


20 


37 17 


N 


14 59 


E 


5 


37 25 


N 


14 45 


E 


5 


37 20 


X 


15 10 


E 


5 


38 7 


X 


21 56 


E 


7 


33 50 


X 


35 27 


E 


20 


30 41 


N 


31 23 


E 


18 


30 18 


X 


31 23 


E 


18 


47 45 


X 


18 20 


E 


15 


39 20 


N" 


26 15 


E 


9 


44 40 


X 


10 38 


E 


3 


26 19 


X 


32 7 


E 


18 


46 20 


X 


8 30 


E 


15 


37 26 


N 


21 44 


E 


7 


37 20 


X 


26 45 


E 


9 


23 53 


X 


35 45 


E 


18 


32 35 


X 


14 10 


E 


17 


35 40 


X 


10 54 


E 


17 


37 34 


X 


22 43 


E 


7 


37 10 


X 


26 50 


E 


9 


39 10 


X 


26 25 


E 


9 



Place. 



Le-bem, vel Dan, ] 
Tell el Kadi . . ] 

Lessa, Ligurio . . . 

*Lcstae 

Lete 

Lethaeus Fl 

LetbaeusFl., Messara 

Letoa I., Guardiani . 

Letrine, Aiannis . . 

Letus,v. Latonae Ci- 
vitas .... 

Leuea, S. M. di Leuca 

♦Leucadia . . . 

Leueae I 

Leueae Camp. . . 

Leueae P., Pt. Pu- 
lithra .... 

Leuearum, Lwghor 

Leucas I., Leuca- 
dia,or Sta.Maura 

Leucas, Sta. Maura 

Leucate Pr., Ducato 

Leuce, Lefke . . 

Leuce Acte . . . 

Leuce Camini . . 

Leuce, vel Achillis 
L, Adasi, or Ser- 
pent's I. . . . 

Leuce Come, v. Al- \ 
bus Pagus, El > 
Houra . . . . ) 

Leuce Nape .... 

Leuceris, Lovere . . 

♦Leuci, Vosges . . . 

Leuci M., Levka . . 

Leuciana 

Leucimna Prom., "I 
Alefkimo . . . ) 

Leucolla 

Leucopetra Pr., C. 1 
dell' Armi . . ) 

Leucosia L, Piana . 

Leucotbea, vel Lu- \ 
cinas Civ., v. Ei- > 
lethyia, El Kab ) 

Leuctra, Lefka . . 

Leuctrum, Leftro . . 

*Leuni, Bavaria . . 

Leuotheum Pr. . . 

Leuphana, Luncburg 

Leusaba, Varaslonka 

Leusinium, Douba . 

Leusomanes, Czuba . 

Leutucanum, Vo- 1 
gintze . . . . ) 

Lexianae, Lect . . . 

♦Lexovii, Oine . . . 

Liba 

Liba, vel Lab 1 ara, 
Kalah Sherkat . 

*Libanotopborus, v 
Thurifera llegio 

Libanus, vel Leba- 
non Mons, Jebel 
Libnan . . . 

Libarna .... 

Libero, Viverone . 

*Libicii, Piedmont 

Libisosia, v. Augusti | 
Forum, Lezuza . ) 

Libnius Fl., L'ffi'y 

Libora, vel iEbura, 
v. Talabrica, Ta- 
lavcra de la Reg- 
no, .... . 

Libum 

Libunea, Navia . . 

♦Liburnia, Morlachia 

LiburnusM., Termine 

*Libya 

♦Libya Extr. . . . 

Libya Palus .... 

Libya Ps., Al Sibkah . 

*Libyarchae . . . . 

LibycumMare . . . 

Libycus M., Gcbcl ] 
Silsili .... | 

Licini Forum, Incino 

Licus FL, Lech . . 

Liger Fl., Loire . . 

*Liguria, Genoa <$• ) 
Piedmont . . . ) 

Ligusticus S., G. di 
Genova . . . 

Lilaea 

Lilybaeum Pr., C. 
di Boco . . . 



Lat 




Long 




No. 

of 






Map. 
20 


33 15 


X 


35 38 


E 


37 37 


X 


23 3 


E 


7 


15 


X 


99 


E 


25 


40 44 


X 


22 54 


E 


10 


39 32 


X 


21 50 


E 


8 


35 5 


N 


25 


E 


9 


38 8 


X 


20 26 


E 


8 


37 42 


X 


21 24 


E 


7 


30 5 


X 


31 15 


E 


18 


39 50 


X 


18 25 


E 


5 


38 45 


X 


20 45 


E 


8 




N 


24 10 


E 


9 


36 46 


X 


22 55 


E 


7 


37 7 


X 


22 55 


E 


7 


51 39 


X 


4 


W 


11 


38 45 


X 


20 40 


E 


8 


38 50 


X 


20 43 


E 


8 


38 33 


X 


20 32 


E 


8 


40 14 


X 


29 59 


E 


19 


40 34 


X 


27 


E 


10 


31 35 


N 


24 


E 


17 


45 10 


X 


30 10 


E 


10 


25 1 


X 


37 12 


E 


23 


31 20 


X 


23 40 


E 


17 


45 52 


X 


10 3 


E 


3 


48 30 


N 


6 


E 


13 


35 17 


X 


24 


E 


9 


39 46 


X 


5 17 


W 


16 


39 27 


X 


20 4 


E 


8 


34 55 


X 


33 58 


E 


19 


38 


N 


15 40 


E 


5 


40 14 


X 


14 54 


E 


4 


25 9 


X 


32 49 


E 


18 


38 17 


X 


23 13 


E 


8 


36 51 


X 


22 17 


E 


7 


48 7 


X 


12 


E 


15 


36 39 


X 


31 42 


E 


19 


53 31 


X 


10 28 


E 


14 


44 23 


X 


17 33 


E 


15 


42 34 


N 


18 18 


E 


15 


47 38 


N 


18 54 


E 


15 


45 15 


X 


18 42 


E 


15 


20 6 


X 


40 58 


E 


23 


49 


X 


10 


E 


13 


36 45 


N 


41 21 


E 


22 


35 29 


X 


43 15 


E 


22 


23 


X 


57 15 


E 


23 


33 40 


X 


35 45 


E 


20 


44 43 


X 


8 51 


E 


3 


45 24 


X 


8 1 


E 


3 


45 20 


X 


8 


E 


3 


38 58 


X 


2 30 


W 


16 


53 22 


X 


6 30 


w 


12 


39 59 


X 


4 52 


w 


16 


40 39 


X 


29 58 


E 


19 


43 34 


X 


6 44 


w 


16 


44 30 


X 


15 50 


E 


15 


41 43 


X 


14 33 


E 


4 


30 


X 


23 


E 


17 


30 


X 


26 


E 


17 


14 


N 


15 


E 


1 


33 20 


X 


8 40 


E 


IV 


31 40 


X 


23 20 


E 


17 


33 


X 


22 


E 


IV 


24 37 


X 


32 45 


E 


18 


45 47 


N 


9 17 


E 


3 


47 45 


N 


10 50 


E 


15 


47 23 


X 


1 


w 


13 


44 40 


X 


8 30 


E 


3 


44 


N 


9 


E 


3 


38 37 


X 


22 27 


E 


8 


37 48 


X 


12 29 


E 


i 



Place. 



Limanus Fl., Rot her . 

Limenia 

Limiii Fl., Lima . . 
Limia, vel Limico- \ 

rumForum,Po«te [ 

da Lima . . . ) 
Limiosaleum, Breslau 

Limnaea 

Limnaea, Ambrakia . 
Limnus I., Lambay . 
Limone, prius Elone . 
Limonum, postea 

Pictavi, Poictiers 
Limusa, S. Laszto . . 
Limyra, Phineka . . 
*Limyrica . . . . 
Linchabdor Lac us, ] 

Loch Lomond . ] 
Lindum, Lincoln . . 
Lindurn, Ardoch . . 
Lindus, Lindo . . . 

Lingon M 

*Lingones, Cham- \ 

pagne and Bur- > 

gundg . . . . ) 
*Lingones . . . . 
Lipara I., Lipari . . 
Lipara, Lipari . . . 

Lipaxus 

Lippos, ad, Endrinal 
Liquentia Fl., Li- ) 

venza .... I 
Liquentia P., Po. j 

Liven",ola . . . \ 
Liquentia Pons, La 

Motta . . . . \ 
Liris Fl., Garigliano . 

Lisae 

Lissae 

Lissus 

Lissus, Alcssio . . . 

Lissus Fl 

Lista, Borgo Fegato . 
Litamum , Prtmecken 
Liternum, Patria . . 

Liviana 

Livias 

Livii Forum, Forli . 
Lixus, El Araish . . 
LixusFl., W.alKhos 

Lizisis 

Lobettum, Ut'wl . . 
Locaricum, Calta ) 

Fimi .... | 
♦Locri Epizepbyrii, ] 

Pagliapvli . . ) 

Locri 

*Locri Ozolae . . . 
*Locris Epicnemidia . 
*Locris Opuntia . . 
Locoritum, Gemun- 

den 

*Logi, Sutherland 
Logia Fl., Belfast . . 
Loncium, S. Loren- \ 

zen ) 

Londinium, vel Au- i 

gusta, London . | 
Longaticum, Lohitsch 
Longovicum, Lan- 1 

caster . . . . ) 
Longus P., Po.Lun- ) 

gone .... J 
Longus iEst., Loch 

Linnhe . . . 
Lonibare 2Est. . . 
Lopsica, Starigrad 
Lorium, C. Guido 
Lotados, Lemberg . , 
♦Lotophagi . . . 
Lotopbagites I., 1 

Jerbah . . . . ) 
Lotum .... 
Louentium, v. Lu- \ 

entium, Llandewi > 

Brevy . . . . ) 
Loxa Fl., Loth . . 
Lubium .... 
Luca, Lucca . . 
♦Lucania, Basili- ) 

cata, SfC. ... | 
*Luceni, Limerick i 

and Kerry . . \ 
*Lucenses, Galicia 
Lucentum, v. Lon- ) 

guntica, Alicante ] 
I Luceria, Lucera . 



Lat. 



51 

35 4 
41 50 

41 42 

51 7 
39 3o 

38 52 
53 25 

39 51 

46 34 

46 8 

36 20 
16 

56 10 

53 14 
56 17 

36 3 

39 55 

44 45 

47 40 
38 30 

38 29 

40 15 

40 44 

46 

45 35 

45 48 

41 27 
4(, .H 

42 10 
35 15 
41 50 

41 5 

42 10 

46 52 
40 55 

43 10 
31 53 

44 13 
35 10 
35 

45 55 

39 35 

37 56 

38 22 

33 2 

38 23 
38 45 
38 40 

50 

58 ( 

54 40 

46 42 



51 30 

45 54 
54 4 

42 45 

56 20 

23 40 
44 46 
41 54 

46 14 

32 30 

33 50 
49 33 



52 1( 

58 

42 19 

43 53 

40 20 

52 30 
43 
38 23 

41 30 



Long. 



40! E 
33 4'E 



\Y 



8 10 


8 33 


17 6 


21 53 


21 10 


6 


22 


16 


17 58 


30 11 


75 


4 35 


31 


3 56 


28 7 


21 


11 45 


5 


14 57 


15 


23 13 


5 50 


12 43 


12 4V 


12 41 


13 45 


23 5 


24 10 


23 39 


19 33 


25 45 


13 16 


11 55 


14 2 


2 32 


35 3V 


12 


6 10 


6 


20 40 


1 17 


.12 55 


16 10 


11 48 


22 20 


22 4o 


23 5 


9 43 


4 20 


5 40 


12 50 


4 


14 20 


2 45 


10 25 


5 40 


63 30 


14 51 


12 13 


15 33 


12 


10 50 


44 


3 58 


3 50 


44 54 


10 20 


16 


9 


7 40 


32 


15 13 



No. 

of 

Map. 



INDEX. 






?) 



Place. 



Lucinae Civ., v. Kile 
thyia, v. Lcuco 
ttiea, El Kab 
Lucrctilis M., Libretti 

Lucrinus L 

Luentium, v. Lou- 

entiuin, Llan- 

deici Brery . . 

•Lugdunensis Prima 

•LugdunensisSe*-unda 

•Lugdunensis Tcrtia 

•LugdunensisQuar- 

ta, vel Senonia . 

Lugdunum, Leyden 

Lugdunum, Ly~. c 

Lugdunum Bata- 
vorum .... 

Lugdunum, postca 
Convene?, St. Ber- 
trand ..... 

Lugidunum, Luckau . 

Lugio, Tulna . . . 

Luguvallium, Carlisle 

Lumo, Mentone . . 

Luna, Luni . . . . 

Luna Silva, Ja- ) 
blunka Ben/ . . ) 

Lunani, ad, Laubheim 

Lunarium Pr., C. 
Carvoeiro . . . 

Lunna 

Lupatia, Altamura 

Lupatia, sub, And- 
caglie .... 

Lupiae, Lecce . . 

Lupodunum, La- 
denburgh . . . , 

Lupphurdum, Leipsig 

Luppia, Lippstadt 

Luppia, vel Lupias > 
EL, Lippe . . } 

Lusi, Sudhena . . . 

•Lusitani, N. For- ) 
tug ul . . . . f 

•Lusitania, Portugal . 

Luteva, vel Neronis ) 
Forum, Lodeve . ) 

Luttomagus, Staples. 

Lutudarum, v. Lac- \ 
todorum, Bowces- > 
ter ) 

Luxia FL, Odiel . . 

Luxovium, Luxcueil . 

Luz, v. Bethel, Beitin 

Lybistinus L. . . . 

Lycaea 

Lycaeus M., Zakkuka 

Lycaon 

*Lycaonia .... 

Lycastus 

Lychnidus .... 

Lychnitis Palus, L. 
Goukcha, or Si- 
van 

Lychnitis Ps., Ochrida 

*Lycia 

Lycoa 

Lycomas, postea \ 
EvenusFL, Fi- J 
dari ) 

Lycopolis, Es Siout 

Lycorea, Falaio 
Awakoba . . . 

Lycorea M. . . . 

Lycostus, Lakida . 

Lycosura .... 

Lyctus, Hieraki . 

Lycuria .... 

Lycus Fl 

Lycus Fl 

Lycus Fl. ... 

Lycus Fl 

Lycus Fl 

Lycus, vel Zabatis, 
Zerbis Fl., Zab 
Ala 

Lydda, v. Diospolis, 
Ludd . 

•Lydia 

Lydia 

Lydios Fl., Vardar 

Lygos, postea By- 
zantium, Stam- 
boul, or Constan- 
tinople .... 

•Lynccstae .... 

Lyncus, vel Heraclea . 



1m. 



25 9N 

-12 7 N 
40 51 N 

52 10 N 



ON 
ON 

ON 



48 20 I N 

52 ON 

15 47 1.\ 

52 8N 



42 57 N 

51 50 N 



46 27 
54 52 

43 46 

44 - 

49 

48 13 

39 19 

40 < 
40 47 

40 40 

40 22 

49 30 

51 21 

51 40 

51 40 
37 59 

40 20 

39 
43 43 

50 32 

52 7 

37 30 
47 50 
31 55 
37 10 
37 31 
37 28 
37 52 
37 40 

41 15 
41 1 

40 25 



is, | 



41 5 

37 
37 31 



38 25 

27 8 

38 31 

38 32 
35 15 
37 23 

35 11 
37 53 
30 5 

37 50 

38 50 
40 30 

39 35 

36 30 



31 57 

38 20 
35 45 
40 35 



41 

40 45 
40 48 



Long 




32 49 


E 


12 50 
14 4 


E 

E 


3 58 


\V 


4 2> 

20 

1 30 


E 
E 
W 


2 30 


E 


4 27 
4 46 


E 
E 


4 30 


E 



35 E 

13 40 E 

18 46 E 

•A 55 \Y 

7 85 E 

io 1 1: 

17 45 E 
U 58 E 
9 28 W 

4 24 E 

16 35 E 

16 38'e 

18 15 E 

8 43 

12 23 
8 15 

7 30 
22 9 

8 
7 30 
3 IS 

1 40 

1 

6 44 

6 21 

35 15 

5 55 
21 59 

21 53 

29 32 

33 

36 22 
20 50 

45 15 

20 45 

30 

22 19 

21 40 

31 16 

22 33 

22 3 

25 34 

22 2 

25 17 

22 16 

30 

29 20 

27 50 

37 10 
40 45 

44 

34 57 

28 
36 24 
22 35 

28 58 



21 40 
21 



18 



Place. 



I. »t. 



Lyrcea 37 4 3 N 

Lyrnatia, Ernatia . 86 11 N 

Lyaa ., 

Lyriaa :;s 1 1 s 

Lysimaehia, Xeros . > 
Lyaimachia . ... 38 
Lysimachia, vel 

Ilyria Ps., Angrlo 

Kastro .... 
I.ysinoe, Egredir . 
Lystra, Bi a-Oir-kilisa 



38 35 



37 25 



Long. 



22 3s 


I 




1. 




1: 




1: 




i-. 


Jl » 


1; 


21 2 , 


i: 


31 7 


1: 


33 19 


B 



M. 



") 



"J 



MAAGHAAHffM . . 
Maarsares l'l. . . 
Macs, On a 1 . . 
•Maccei SyrtitsB . 
*MacanitsB . . . 
Macarea .... 
Macaria I. . . . 
Macaria .... 
Macathue, Metokhi 
•Macatutse . . . 
'Macedonia . . . 
Macella .... 
Macepracta, Felujah 
Machaerus . . . 
Machorbe . . . 
*Machures . . . 
Macistus, Matki/ha 
Macistus Fl., Su- 

tugherli Su . . 
Macna, Mugnah . 
Macolicum, Meeliek 
Macomadia, Medina 

es Sultan . . . 
Maeoraba, Meeea . 
Macra Come, Macresi 
Macra Fl., Magra . . 
Macri . . 
Macris, vel Helena 

L, Macro-nisi 
•Macrones . . 
Macrontichos . . 
Mactorium, Butcra 
Macynia .... 
Madasara. . . . 
Madassuma . . . 
Madaurus . . . 
Madethubadus M. . 
Madia . . 
Madiana, Mcdain 

Saleh . . 
Madmannah 
Mceander Fl., Men- 1 

dere j 

Ma?andrus M. . . 
*Meedi .... 
Mfenaca, v. Mreno- ) 

ba, Vclez Malaga \ 
Mitnoba, v. Mrena- 

ca, Velez Malaga 

Meeon 

!Ma?onia, Megna . 
Ma?otis Ps. . . . 
Macsoca .... 
Ma3vium, v. Mo?so- 

vium, Magdeburg 
Magaris, Sohnpoor . 
Magas, El Khntif . . 
Magdal Senna . . . 
Magdala, El Mejdcl . 

Magdiel 

Bfagdolum, v. Migdol 
Magi, Fi' rce B. . . 
Magia, Maycnfi Id 
Magiovinum, Fen- ") 

ny Stratford . ) 
Maglove, Greta Br. . 
Magna, Kentchester . 

Magna 

•Magnesia . . . . 
Magnesia, ad Mae- 

andrum, Jnekba- 

zar 

Magnesia ad Sipylum 
Magnum Pr., v. 6li 

siponense, Cabo 

da Boca . . . 
Magnus, v. Brigan- ) 

tinus P., Fe.rrol j 
Magnus P., Forts- 

mouth Harbour. 
Magnus P., Aimer ia 

Bay .... 



8 6 


X 


81 10 


E 




N 


i ; 10 


K 




N 


.,:. 1, 


R 


.".1 


N 


18 


1. 




N 


6 40 


W 




N 


22 1 


E 


16 10 


\ 


39 3(1 


E 


32 4(i 


N 


12 30 


E 


38 22 


N 


22 12 


E 


30 20 


X 


20 3d 


E 


41 


X 


22 


E 


87 57 


\ 


IS 21 


E 


33 25 


N 


43 48 


E 


31 52 


\ 


35 41 


E 


26 20 


N 


;>t; 2> 


E 


:»J ;;n 


X 


2 40 


E 


37 27 


X 


21 45 


E 


39 10 


» 


28 30 


E 


28 24 


X 


34 51 


E 


■Y.l 10 


X 


8 


W 


31 8 


N 


17 12 


E 


21 26 


X 


40 12 


E 


38 56 


X 


22 11 


E 


44 21 


X 


9 56 


E 


35 26 


N 


4 30 


E 


37 40 


X 


24 6 


E 


40 40 


X 


39 20 


E 


41 15 


X 


28 20 


E 


37 12 


X 


14 17 


E 


38 21 


X 


21 44 


E 


17 50 


X 


46 3 


E 


34 45 


X 


9 30 


E 


36 12 


\ 


8 40 


E 


32 25 


\ 


2 


E 


42 32 


X 


41 59 


E 


26 35 


N 


38 27 


E 


31 26 


X 


34 42 


E 


37 50 


X 


28 30 


E 


26 


N 


95 


E 


41 32 


N 


23 40 


E 


36 47 


N 


4 8 


W 


36 47 


N 


4 8 


w 


30 23 


N 


35 54 


E 


38 32 


X 


28 39 


E 


46 


X 


37 


E 


37 17 


X 


58 


E 


52 5 


N 


11 44 


E 


20 30 


N 


83 30 


E 


26 33 


X 


50 2 


E 


31 59 


X 


35 30 


E 


32 51 


X 


55 32 


E 


32 43 


X 


34 57 


E 


30 54 


X 


32 30 


E 


54 31 


X 


1 36 


W 


47 3 


N 


9 29 


E 


51 59 


\ 


43 


W 


54 28 


N 


1 55 


\v 


52 7 


X 


2 44 


\v 


i4 59 


N 


2 27 


w 


39 30 


N 


23 


E 


37 46 


N 


27 35 


E 


38 36 


N 


27 32 


E 


38 45 


N 


9 32 


W 


43 35 


X 


8 15 


\V 


50 45 


X 


1 


W 


36 45 


X 


2 30 


w 






20 

II) 

25 
lo 

lfi 

16 

18 

10 

1 

21 

11 

25 

23 
20 
2o 
20 
is 
11 
15 

11 

11 
11 

11 



Place. 



■ • 
M 
8iam ... 

I , Ham. 

,t . . . 



.... 

Ifaguda .... 

Mahanaim . . 

Maio/iiii.ilk 1 . . 

Mb'/ie . . 

Major 1. i 

■ ;/"r. ■/ . . 

Majorca, ail . . 
Malaca, Malaga . . 
Mala* . . . . . 

Mai. ma 

Malai 

Malange, Madi 
Malatha, Mdu . . 

•Makliuhii . . . . 
Makhuia. \.l Ma- 
rcura. Mat 

Maha M., Jdam't 

Ptak .... 
Male* l'r., Zritin . 
Malta l'r., Jfoli 

or .V. Angela . . \ 
Maleaa 1., /. of Mull . 
Maletom, Male 

•Maliohn 

Malichi la\, Z eba yt r. 
Maliacofl s., <;. 

Zitoum . . . . \ 

•Malis 

Malhea 

MalletB, MeJia . . . 
•Malli, Moultcm . . 
Malliana, Maliana i 

[ruins) ... I 
Mallorum Metropo- | 

lis, Moultan . . \ 

Malloa 

Malthacc I., Saino- ) 

traki .... J 
Malum, ad, Jublo- ) 

noria .... j 

Maniala 

Maincchia, Nov. ) 

Ghamaka . . . ) 
Mamcrtuin, Qppido . 
Mammida . . . . 

Mainre 

Mamuga, v. ^^aIn- > 

inisca, Fl Hossn \ 
Manada l'l., Ma- j 

li'ii, whig ... I 
Maiiainbi^ Regia . . 
Manarmanil'.,/ ii'i- 1 

tier See . . . ) 
Manas-^ch, Tribus I 

Dimidiaa . . . ( 
•Manasseh, Tribus ) 

DimidisB . . . ) 
Mandaeth, Edd . . 
Mandagara. Budbar . 
Mandagarsia, Mu- ) 

shid-i-Sir . . ) 
Manf'iadeni . . . . 
Maiulra, Mandra- 1 

ghora . . . . ) 
Mandropolis . . . 
Ma7i(liiesseilum, \ 

Manch stcr . . 1 
Mandurise, Casal ) 

Xuovo . . . . ) 
M^ancgordus . . . . 
Maniolaelae., Nioobar 
Manliana, Montiom . 
Manliana, J'imza . . 
Mannith, Et Salt f . 

Mantilla 

Mantliyroia . . . . 
Mantinca, PoioopaU 
Mautinorum Ojip., 

liastia .... 
Mantua, Madrid . 
Mantua, Mantua . 
Mant/iciirta . . . 



bat 


i> » 


17 










25 






lfi 






2, 












1 


n 




1 1 


w 


10 






1 
1 


1: 

19 



'. II \ 

:: 21 N 

SI 17 N 

I'. 2 1 

15 in 



88 60 n 

18 1; \ 
;■' 15 N 



88 12 
81 lo 

39 53 

89 15 N 



45 36 

20 59 
40 32 
88 18 

31 34 
34 50 

21 
18 41 

33 

1.3 :.: 

36 50 

;;ii 40 
23 5 

39 40 

37 20 X 
.-> 2 MM 

1" 21 N 

in 1" N 

12 57 N 

13 lo N 

32 7 X 

87 21 \ 

:;: :;; n 

1 2 41 X 

10 2 t N 
U lo N 

40 8N 

I 



: 1 1 

N I" 1. 

81 UK 

I 

- 

1" K 

«2 in B 

21 59 1; 

15 4-^ l. 

71 11 k 

m 1- r. 

19 i: l. 

14 19 E 

•"/J 18 E 

15 52 I. 

52 1; !. 



83 »i 

11 2 



11 1- 1 

.'.2 I ■ 1. 
75 Li 1. 









17 lfi 

'.12 15 

in 15 

11 41 

85 SO 

1, 12 

22 21 

3 41 

lo 47 



26 



INDEX 



.1 



Tlace. 



Manucium, v. Man- 

cucium, Manches- 
ter 

Maokosmos Metro- j 

polis . . . . j 
Maon, Main , 
Mapura, on My. 

jmrra B. . . 

Mara 

Marabina . . . 
Maracanda, vel Pa- \ 

racadi, Samar- j 

cand . . . . ) 
Maraccae .... 
Maracodra . . . 
Marah, Hawarah 
Maraiaba Barama- \ 

lacum, Maraba > 

Metrop., Tarabeh ) 
Marandara 
*Maranitae 
*Maranitae,vel Ana- 

riti, in Oman 
Marasia, Marash 
Marata . . . 
Maratha . . . 
Marathe I., Mertera 
Marathesium 
Marathon . 
Marathus, Merkab 
Marazania . . 
Marcelliana, La 

6'ala . . ( 
Marci .... 
Marci .... 
Marcianopolis . 
Marcina, Vietri 
Marcoilava, Maros 

Vasarhely 
Marcodurum 
Marcomagus 
*Marcomanni, vel ) 

Bcemi, Bohemia ) 
Mardache, Damar . 
*Mardocaea . . . . 
*Mardyene . . . . 
•Mardyeni . . . . 
Marea, El Khreet 

Mareotis L 

Maresa 

Mareura, vel Mai- ) 

chura, Maro . J 
Marganeae . . . . 
•Margasi . . . . 
Margetiana, Turgye . 
•Margiana . . . . 
Margidunum . . . 
Margus, Kulich . . 
Margiis FL, Mour- 1 

gaub . . . . ) 
Margus FL, Morava 
Margus, v. Brongus \ 

Fl, lbar . . . ] 
Maria, Marozzo . . 
Maria Septem, ) 

Mouths of the Po ) 
Mariamne . . . . 
Mariana, Almagro . 
•Mariandyni . . . 
Marianum, Marano . 
MarianusM.j^ierro ) 

Morena . . . ) 
Marinianis . . . . 
Marios, Kalo Mart . 
Marisus, v. Marisia 

Fl., Marosch 
•Marmarica . . 
Marmarium . . . 
Marmatha . . . . 
Marobudum, Bud- ) 

weis ) 

Maronea, Co. Marano 
Maronea, P. Mandri 
Maronea, Maronea ) 

(ruins) . . • } 

Maronia 

Marra, vel Arra, 

Marrah . . 
Marrhasium . 
Marriche . . . 
Marrubium, S. Be 

nedetto ... 
•Marrucini, Abruzzo. 
Marruvium, Morro 
•Marsaoii, Utrecht 

and Gelderfand 
•Marsi, Westphalia 



.] 



Lat. 



53 30 

23 12 N 
31 26 N 



20 55 

36 15 
31 6 

39 55 

35 4 

36 10 
29 24 

20 32 

39 14 

28 20 

24 

37 38 

25 35 
37 31 

39 53 

37 53 

38 7 
35 9 
35 26 

40 21 



Long. 



50 57 N 
35 50 N 
43 16 N 
40 41 N 



46 31 

50 46 
50 23 

49 20 

14 31 
32 10 

30 20 
38 30 

31 
31 
31 35 

16 30 

37 46 

36 20 
46 50 

37 
52 58 
44 42 

36 30 

44 20 
42 40 

45 3 
45 

34 46 

38 55 
41 
45 51 

38 20 

45 45 

37 1 

46 5 



N 
N 

N 

30 30 N 

37 58 ! N 
17 3|N 

48 53 N 

41 47Jn 
37 42 N 

40 54 N 



34 45 

35 39 

32 20 
34 42 

41 57 

42 20 
42 30 

52 13 

51 35 



2 12 

48 40 
35 11 

87 

37 11 
21 5 

66 45 

35 53 
69 54 
32 56 

42 35 

36 10 

34 15 

54 40 

36 59 
47 5 
21 59 
19 32 
27 19 

23 57 

35 54 
9 40 

15 31 

2 

7 59 

27 35 

14 46 

24 31 



6 24 
5 52 

14 

44 37 
43 50 
50 20 
68 

29 48 

30 
34 56 

95 10 

21 28 
49 

17 9 

61 30 
48 

21 12 

62 30 

21 12 

22 20 
12 9 

12 35 

36 4 

3 35 

31 20 

13 10 

4 30 

18 5 

22 51 

21 

24 30 
24 23 

54 57 

14 31 

14 32 

24 4 

25 31 

37 15 
36 42 

53 5 

55 36 

13 41 

14 10 
12 53 

5 20 
8 35 



No. 

of 

Map 



11 

23 

20 

25 

21 
17 

24 

21 
24 

18 

23 

19 

18 

23 

19 

23 

7 

10 

9 

7 

21 

17 



Place. 



*Marsi, Abruzzo . , 
•Marsigni, Lusatia . 
Marsonium, Jatze- ) 

novatz . . . \ 
Marsyas Fl., El \ 

Sorudj . . . . J 
Marta FL, Marta 
Martera, ad ... . 
Martianes, v. Spau- ) 

tes L., Urumiych j 
Martilus Sinus, 1 

Kisamos . . . ) 
Martis, ad, Oulx . . 
Martis, ad (Picenum) 
Martis, ad (Um- I 

bria), Massa . ( 
Martius Narbo, j 

Narbonne . . J 
Martius Telo, Toulon 
Martyropolia . . . 

Maruca 

*Marundae, N. E. ] 

Bengal . . . ) 
Mams Fl., March . 
Marusium . . . . 
*Marynaei . . . . 
Masada, Sebbek . . 
Masadalis . . . . 
*Mascemanes . . . 
Masca, v. Saocoras Fl. 
Maschianae, Ka- 

ransebes . . . 
Mascula .... 
Mases, P. Kheli . 
♦Masices .... 
Masin .... 
Masius M. . . . 
Massa Vetornensis 
*Massaesylli . , 
Massaga .... 
*Massagetae . . 
*Massagetae . . . 
Massala, Makallah 
Massava .... 
Massice, v. Fissenia 
Massicus M., M. 

delle Brecciole . 
Massicytus M., 

Aktar Tagh . 
Massienus Sinus . 
Massilia, Marseilles 
Massitholus FL 
Mastaura . . . 

Mastc 

Masthala . . . 
*Mastitae . . . 
Mastusia M. . . 
Mastusium Prom., 

Holies .... 
Masuchis . . . 
Mateola, Matera . . 
Maternum, Forncse . 
*Mathae, Mahvah 

♦Matiani 

Matilica, Matelica . 
Matinum, Matinata . 
Matiopolis, v. Cruni . 
Matisco, Magon . . 

Matium 

Matreium, Mattrey . 
Matricem, ad, Mostar 
Matrini Vicus, G'a. 

pranica . . 
Matrinum, Po. d'Atri 
Matrinus FL, Piomba 
Mattiacae Fontes, ) 

Wisbaden . . j 
•Mattiaci, in Upper { 

Rhine . . . . ) 
Matucaium, Althofen 
Matusarum, Ponte 

do Soro 
Matustana 
•Maurensii . . . 
•Mauretania Caesa- 

riensis .... 
•Mauretania Sitien 

sis 

*Mauretania Tin- 

gitana .... 
Mauricii P., Po. 

Maurizio . . . 
Maxerus FL, Goor 

gan 

•Maxima Sequano 

rum .... 
Maximianopolis . 



Lat. 



te j 



41 50 
51 10 

45 18 

35 10 

42 16 

43 55 

37 30 

35 35 

45 ( 

42 42 

42 45 

43 11 

43 6 

38 14 
37 

25 

48 40 
41 

36 





17 
36 
5 


45 25 

35 30 
37 19 

34 40 
5 35 

37 35 
43 2 

35 
34 45 
57 

38 
14 35 
47 8 
33 2 

41 12 

36 32 

37 
43 16 

30 

37 59 


23 
29 30 

38 20 

40 3 



31 25 

40 37 

42 32 

24 
35 30 

43 13 

41 42 
43 24 

46 20 
35 21 

47 8 
43 23 

42 17 

42 32 

42 32|N 

50 7N 

50 20:N 

46 51 N 

39 15 N 

39 15 N 

33 50^ 

34 ON 

35 ON 
34 ON 

43 55 N 
37 5N 

47 10 N 

25 55 ! N 



N 



Long. 


No. 
of 




Map. 
4 


13 55 


E 


15 20 


E 


14 


17 


E 


15 


36 30 


E 


21 


11 46 


E 


4 


10 40 


E 


3 


45 30 


E 


24 


23 40 


E 


9 


6 53 


E 


3 


13 14 


E 


4 


12 35 


E 


4 


3 4 


E 


13 


5 57 


E 


13 


40 44 


E 


22 


67 45 


E 


24 


89 


E 


25 


17 


E 


14 


19 48 


E 


10 


67 30 


E 


24 


35 25 


E 


20 


23 2 


E 


17 


47 


E 


23 


41 30 


E 


22 


22 17 


E 


10 


7 10 


E 


17 


23 19 


E 


7 


6 


w 


17 


59 29 


E 


24 


40 55 


E 


22 


10 50 


E 


3 


1 40 


W 


17 


70 15 


E 


25 


77 


E 


1 


61 


E 


24 


49 15 


E 


23 


3 5 


E 


13 


44 4 


E 


22 


13 55 


E 


4 


29 37 


E 


19 


1 30 


W 


16 


5 25 


E 


13 


12 


\V 


1 


28 30 


E 


19 


37 


E 


1 


53 


E 


23 


29 30 


E 


18 


28 10 


E 


19 


26 10 


E 


10 


24 16 


E 


17 


16 35 


E 


5 


11 42 


E 


4 


77 


E 


25 


47 


E 


24 


13 


E 


3 


16 4 


E 


4 


28 6 


E 


10 


4 50 


E 


13 


25 10 


E 


9 


11 27 


E 


15 


17 56 


E 


15 


12 6 


E 


4 


14 9 


E 


4 


14 


E 


4 


8 14 


E 


14 


18 


E 


14 


14 30 


E 


15 


7 56 


W 


16 


43 2 


E 


22 


4 


W 


17 





E 


17 


4 


E 


17 


5 


W 


17 


8 


E 


3 


54 30 


E 


24 


6 40 


E 


13 


32 41 


E 


18 



Mace. 



Maximianopolis . 
Maximianopolis, v. 1 

Porsulae . . . j 
Maxula .... 
Mazaca, postea 

Caesarea, Kaisar- 

iyeh .... 
*Mazaei, Turkish ) 

Croatia . . . j 
Mazarum, Mazzara 
*Mazices . . . 
Mechlessus . . 
Mecyberna, Poly 

goron . . . 
Medaba, Madeba 
Medeon .... 
Medeon Phoenicis 
Medeos, Ashkour 
Medera, ad, Adra 
•Media .... 
Mediae, vel Zagrae \ 

Pylae . . . . | 
Medialaenum . . 
Mediam, ad . . 
Mediana, Peldheim 
Medianum, Kami- 

nera .... 
Medianum Castel- 

lum, Midro . . 
Medias, ad, Samog- 

gia 

Medias, ad, Mesa , 
Medias, ad ... . 
Medio, in Inchstut- \ 

hill \ 

Mediolanium, Har- j 

denburg . . . ) 
Mediolanum, Milano 
Mediolanum, Ches- ) 

terton . . . . ) 
Mediolanum, postea \ 

Eburovices, Ev- > 

reux . . . . ) 
Mediolanum, postea ) 

Santones, Saintes ) 
*Mediomatrici . . 
Medma, Mesiano . . 
*Medoaci, Venice, &c. 
MedosLmium, Znaym 
Meduacus (Major) \ 

FL, Brenta . . \ 
Meduacus P., \ 

(Major), Po. di [ 

Malamocco . . ; 
Meduacus P., \ 

(Minor), Po. di [ 

Chioggia . , . ) 
Meduana Fl., 

Mayenne . . 
Meduantum 
*Meduli, Gironde 
Medus FL, Chamier . 
Megabardi .... 
Megalopolis .... 
Megalopolis Pr., \ 

Eupatoria, Tche- > 

nikeh , . . ) 

Megara 

Megara 

♦Megaris .... 
Megertbis, Tajourah 
Megiddo, Schiz . . 
Megi.-te, v. Cisthene 

I., Kastelorizo . 
Megoncia, vel Mo-) 

guntiacum, May- j 

ence . . . . ) 
Megrades .... 
Meidobriga .... 

MelaM 

Melae, Mellissano 
Melaena Acra, 1 

Kara Bouroun . \ 
Melaena Pr., Kara \ 

Bouroun . • . j 

Melaenae 

Melaeneae . . . . 
Melaleucolon . . . 
Melambium . . . 
Melanes Ms., Jebel \ 

Tih . . . . ) 
Melangaea . . . . 

Melania 

*Melano Gaetuli . . 

Melas Fl 

MelasFl 

Melas FL, Menoughat 



Lat. 

32 32 

41 

36 46 

38 42 

44 40 

37 41 

35 20 

42 43 

40 16 

31 42 

38 47 
38 24 

36 36 

33 45 
35 

34 20 

51 45 
44 54 
48 40 

43 20 



35 

44 36 

41 24 
34 3N 

56 35 N 

52 36 N 

45 28 N 

53 ON 



49 



45 45 

49 10 
38 31 

46 15 
48 52 

45 38 



45 22 



45 14 



48 ON 

49 48 N 
45 20 N 
30 30 N 
12 15 N 
37 25 N 



40 42 

37 59 

35 33 

38 5 
32 50 
32 34 

36 7 

50 

32 43 

39 23 
13 40 

41 9 

41 9 

38 40 

38 11 

37 35 
2 12 

39 27 



N 

N 
N 
N 

N 

N 

N 
N 
N 
N 

29 ON 

37 37 N 
36 ION 
22 ON 

38 48 N 
38 40 N 
36 55 N 



Long. 

35 18 
25 21 
10 12 

35 20 

16 30 

12 35 

2 

41 32 



No. 

ol 

Map. 



23 26 

35 56 

21 10 
23 12 

7 17 

36 33 
48 

46 25 

6 15 

22 25 
10 55 

21 36 



11 10 

13 9 

7 17 

3 25 



6 41 
9 10 
2 14 

1 10 

37 

Q 10 
16 
12 
16 

11 45 

12 20 

12 18 

45 

5 15 

1 
53 10 
41 45 

22 8 

36 45 

23 22 

36 23 
23 15 

13 23 
35 2 

29 37 

8 15 

13 50 

7 7 
45 40 

14 24 

29 50 

26 28 

23 31 

21 56 
102 25 

22 27 

33 30 

22 28 

33 11 

5 

22 23 

37 10 
31 40 



INDEX. 



Place. 



'•}' 



>ph, ) 

r 



Melas Fl., Inttiu Su 
Mel as Sinus, G. of 

Xeros .... 
•Mcldi, Cher . . 
Meldia .... 
Meleagri Vallum . 
Melenicum, Mclenik 
Meliboea . . . 
Meliboea . . . 
Meliodunum, Bee- 1 

merstadt . . . ) 
Melita I., Malta . 
Melita I., Meleda . 
Melitaea, v. Pyrrha, | 

Goura . . . . ) 
M elite Ls. ... 
•Melitena . . . 
•Melitene . . . 
Melitene, Malatiyah 
Mellaria, Fucnte ) 

Ovejuna . . . ) 
Miliaria . . . 
Mellisurgis . . . 
Melooabus, Fulda 
Meloduniun, v. Me 

tiosedum, Mclun 
Melos I., et opp., ) 

Milo . . . . ) 
Melsus Fl., Narcea 
Merabresa, Mejaz 

a I Bab 
*Memnones 
Menmoniura, Er 

ment . . . 
Memnonis Tumulus 
Memphis, v. Moph, 

v. Noph, Man 

(/el, Mousa, $c 
Mcnre, Mineo . . 
Menapia, St. David's 
Menapia, Wexford 
Menapia . . . . 
•Menapii . . . 
•Menapii . . . 
Menapiorum Cas- \ 

tellum . . . . \ 
Menariae Iae., Dra- 

gonera .... 

Menda 

Mendes, Mansoura . 
Mendesium Ost., ) 

Dibch Mouth . \ 
Mendicolcus, Lago J 

Negro . . . . ) 
Mendrium . . . . 
Menebria, vel Me- ) 

sanbria, Missivri ) 
Menelaus, v. Cano- ) 

pus i 

Meninx, v. Girba, ) 

Menaz . . . ( 
Menlascus Fl., Dcba 
Menneianae, Alt 

Gradisca . . . 
Mennis .... 
Menosca, Orio . . 
Mensulas, ad, Mon- 

talcino . . . 
Mentesa Oretana, 

Cotillas . . 
Mentorides, vel 

Celadus " 

muda, 
Menuthias I 
Mephaath . . . 
•Merdi .... 
Mergablum, Altas 

de Mcca . . . 
Merinum, S. M. 

Merino . . . 
Meroe .... 

Meroe I 

Mcrom, vel Sama- 

chonites Lacus, 

Bahr el Huleh . 
•Mertse, Sutherland 
Merula FL, Arosoia 
•Mesabatae . . . 
Mesambria, Makri 
Mesambria Cherso- 

nesus, Bushcet 
Mcse I. . . . 
Mesembria, v. Me 
nebria, Missivri 
*Mesene . . . 
•Mesene . . . 
MesoPyloe . . 



ins . . . j 

r ides, vel \ 
lus Iae., Pre- > 
ar, qc. . . ) 



Lat. 



38 50 
40 30 



48 50 N 
42 53 N 
36 38 IN 

41 2C!N 
39 431 N 
39 35|N 

49 52 N 

35 55 N 

42 41 N 

39 7 N 



38 27 
31 30 
38 50 
38 32 

38 16 

36 8 

40 38 

50 32 

48 32 

36 42 
43 20 

36 28 
11 
25 45 
40 18 

29 51 

37 17 

51 54 

52 18 
35 38 
52 50 
51 27 

51 21 

39 36 

39 59 
31 2 

31 19 

40 2 

30 30 

42 39 

31 15 

33 49 

43 12 
45 13 

35 22 

43 15 

43 

38 28 

44 20 



6 
31 24 
43 



36 18 N 

41 56 N 

16 40 N 
16 ON 



:}' 



s 

N 
0|N 



33 7 

58 10 
44 4 
31 10 
40 51 

28 55 

42 58 

42 39 

30 45 

34 45 
36 14 



Long. 



35 0E 

26 30 E 

3 o'e 
23 lolE 

36 49 E 
23 32 E 
22 43 E 
22 58 E 



17 20 

14 30 
17 30 E 

22 24 

21 12 
47 
38 
38 38 

5 20 

5 37 

23 20 
9 44 

2 38 

24 30 

6 25 
9 3S 

33 
32 40 
37 39 

31 18 

14 42 



No. 

of 

Map 



6 

2 15 

23 25 

31 26 

32 10 

15 52 
19 50 
27 47 

30 7 

11 3 

2 23 

17 16 

43 52 
2 8 

11 30 

2 40 



14 40 E 



39 30 
35 46 
22 15 

6 1 
16 5 



35 38 

4 20 

8 5 
53 30 
25 41 

50 45 

6 27 E 

27 47 E 

47 10 E 
43 30E 
43 16 E 



21 
1!) 

19 

16 

16 
10 
14 

13 

g 

16 
17 

1 
18 

9 

18 

5 

11 
12 
24 

12 
13 

13 

16 

10 

18 

IS 

5 

17 
10 

18 

17 

16 

IS 

22 
16 



W 16 



Place. 



Bieaochorion, Grot- 
tm/lie .... 

VMesolia, Hydera- 
bad j 

Mesolia .... 

Mesohu Fl., Kistuah 

♦Mesopotamia . . 

Mesovium, rel Ma-- ( 
vium, Magdeburg j 

Messa 

IfeCMB 1'., Maina . 

•Menapia, v. Iapy- 
Kia, Terra di 

Otranto . . . 
Mcssapia . . . 

Bleasena .... 

Messcne .... 

Messenia . . . 

Messeniaeus Sinus, 
G. of Kaluinata 
Mcssogia M. . . , 
Mestriana, Low) . , 
Meatus, v. Nest us < 
FL, Mesto . . j 
Metacliompso . . 

•Metaconite . . 
Metagonium Pr., ) 

h'egnlo . . . { 
Meta'llum, Port 

Mutala . . , 
Metapontum, T. a 

Mare . . . , 
Metaris .I'.stuar., 

The Hash . . 

Metaurense Til'er- 

num, A'. Aug, lo 

in J 'ado . . 

Metaurenses Urbi- > 

num, i'rbania . j 

Metaurum, Gioia 

Metaurus FL, Me- ] 

tauro . . . . \ 

Metellinum, Medellin 

Mctelis, Fova . . . 

Methana, Methane . 

Methana Chersonn. . 

Methath Villa, lias ) 

Makdahah . . | 

Methone, Kalanera . 

Methone, Leutero 

Methone, v. Pcda- 

sus, Modon . 
Mcthora, Matra 
Methvdrium . . 
Methymna . . . 
Metona .... 
Metropolis . . . 
Metropolis . . . 
Metropolis, Dendra 
Metropolis . . . 
Metropolis . . . 
Metubarris, I. . . 
Metulum, Matling 
Meuaniola, Gal eat a 
Mevania, Bevagna 
Miacum .... 
Michera, Magharat 

al Keabes . . , 
Michmash, Mukhmas 
Michmethah . . . 
Midaeum . . . . 

Midea 

*Mideni 

Midia 

*Miedii 

Mieza 

Milae 

Milatis, v. Bonoma, ) 
Mohova . . . ) 
Miletopolis P., L. ) 
Maniyas Ghieul ) 
Miletus, Milata . . 
Mileum, Milah . . 

Milia 

MilichusFl. . . . 

Miltopee Statio, T. ) 

S. Cataldo . . ) 

•Milyas . . . . , 

Mimas M 

Mina . . . . . 
*Minaei .... 
•Minaei ... * 
Minariacum . . 
Minervao Castrum, | 
Grottcria . . ( 
Minerva? Castrum, 
Castro . . . 




40 24 

17 N 
16 

it; \o 
M 
52 5 

36 32 
36 3 

40 33 



38 25 N 

36 22 N 

37 1 1 N 
37 ION 



36 50 

37 55 

46 4!) 

41 1(1 



23 
35 

35 33 



34 59 



40 20 N 



53 
43 39 

43 39 

38 25 



43 40 N 

88 56 N 

31 14 N 
37 34 N 
37 37 N 

14 IN 

X 
N 



39 20 

40 25 

36 49 

27 31 

37 39 
39 22 
29 33 
39 18 

38 38 

39 42 
38 9 

38 43 
45 
45 38 
43 58 
42 56 

40 43 

32 12 

31 53 

32 19 

39 45 

37 39 
36 40 

38 25 
35 20 

40 24 

39 43 

45 15 

40 10 



35 17 N 



36 25 
40 3 
38 16 

40 23 

37 20 

38 30iN 



35 30 
17 55 
22 10 
50 40 

38 25 
40 2 



17 32 E 

80 0E 
m iQ i; 

i. 



41 (i 
11 44 



22 23 1. 

22 U \. 

21 56 E 

22 ii I. 

22 5 i; 

26 in i; 

i * . U i 

21 2o 1. 



33 E 
4 0\V 

1 16 W 
24 40 E 
16 4!) E 

20 E 



12 23 

12 33 
15 57 
12 35 

5 56 W 

30 36 E 

23 22 E 
23 23|E 

48 30 E 

23 8 E 

22 34 E 

21 43 E 

77 30 E 

22 HE 
26 Hi-: 
52 3 E 



21 46 

21 14 

22 15 
27 19 

30 25 
19 
15 23 

11 49 

12 38 
3 57 

23 25 

35 17 
35 5 

31 8 

22 51 
8 4<> 

22 51 
8 40 

22 1 

22 4 

19 15 



28 0E 
25 34 E 






11 



6 6 
31 29 
21 45 

18 20 

30 15 
26 35 

20 
51 30 
42 30 

2 50 



16 15 E 

is 2; 



1(1 



r) 



ira'd)' 



Mm. r v 

. . 

M 

Mm vi.-, . 
Mmn.i .... 

Minnagira . . . 

Mnm.i k ',r.i,.Mmr</- i 

Muui.iu'.ir.i . . . 
Miimixlimuin, 

MnUlii.lt , . , 

. . . . 
Mmo.i opp. it l'r., 

Mnili till il\in . 

Ifiaoa r 

Mmoi l'r., Ji 

Minoa 

Uinoa 

Mmn.i 1 i 

Mmnis 

Minor I. Ball 

Mine 
Mintlic.M.. | 
Mintim. 

Mm. i \ nun, jfiwii Hi) 
Mirobriga, Aluuigr* . 
Mirol)iiu'a,.V;,io</,/</ i 

di ( 'act in . . . \ 

Mirobriga .... 
liisenum l'rom., t'. 

Miseno . . . 
»Mi-ulani ... 
Hisoa 11., Mgo/a . . 
Mi/pah, NebySawtwil 
Mnemium l'r., Bat i 

Elbah . . . \ 
•Moahitis . . . '. 

Mochora, M 
Moeiaaaa, Mujur . . 
♦Mooorcta-, kl llijuz 
Modiana .... 

Modicia, Munza . . 
Modogtua, Mudgttl . 

'Modomaatiee . . . 

Modoua Fl., Slaney . 
Modra 

Modura, Madura 
Mocra, Khan Belali 
Minis, v. Myria ;. 

Birketel Keruun 

&c 

•Mmsia Suiwrior 
•Mosia Interior . . 
Mopontiacum, Maynz 

Mogroa Fl 

Moguntiacum, vel 

Megcoda, Maf- 

ence .... 
Moladah .... 
Molchia .... 
Molochath 
MolochathFl , ff'ad 

el Mulu in or 

Mohii !<>ii 
•Moloai 
Molychium, Angelo 

Kustro . . . 
Molvcria, Kakis 

Kus ro . . . j 
Momemphis, B>ban , 
Mona L, Anglett* 
Mona I. (Caesaris), j 

Itle of Man . . i 
Monalus FL, Pol Una 
Moneggere, Zan f our 

Monilia, Mnueglia 

Monocamium . . 

Monof?losson,r;«»i/;ay 2: 

Monumentum Sei- 
pionis, Sepulero 
de Seipion . . 

Mophis, v. Mais Fl., \ 
Mhye . . . . » 

Mopsium .... 

liopauflNM . . . 

Mopsuessia, Mearii 
Morantobara, Son- ) 
meanee ... I 
Morbium, Moresby 
Moririnnum, Mmnin 



N 

S 

'■ 
21 35 N 

II IN 

H 1 \ 
SI 50 N 

20 in N 

n o n 

36 15 N 
30 58 N 



37 41 
29 20 



N 

N 

• 
43 30 N 
19 59 N 
41 57 N 

ON 

17 N 

i 

M 18 N 

33 20 N 

N 4(i M 
:17 M N 

38 21 N 

86 4u N 
58 16 N 

M U N 

37 50 N 
35 38 N 

41 14 N 

SO 31 N 



37 2T N 



H 2| 

11 1 | 

6 50 K 

23 3 I 

21 Ml 

- 

24 11 1. 
4 o|e 

6 8« 



II 



: 




1 1 




35 












12 




85 


1" 1. 






71 






1 




29 11 B 




in i: 





Morieaxnbe A-'M., 

Moreiiunbe Bay 

Moridunuin, n or 

Sen ton . . . 



23 N 

39 43 N 
37 in N 

M MH 

50 41 N 



81 o i; 

21 8 1 

26 (» E 

B 1 5 I ■; 

M 88 l . 

4 1 15 1. 

3 40 W 

26 80 B 

28 IB 

86 17 IE 

4 80 w 

4 86 NV 

li 18 i: 

9 34 B 

29 15 E 



4 

21 

4 

i; 

25 

3 

; 
: 

9 
» 

'.< 

88 
16 

; 

4 
3 

II 
II 

4 

IT 
3 

■ 
2' i 

II 

3 

12 
II 

7 

18 

10 
II 

11 

13 

86 
17 

17 

8 

7 



II 

11 

12 

.'. 
17 

3 
II 

88 



2 2 W 16 



73 30 E 



22 2 s 1. 
35 40,E 

3 86 w 

3 Off 
3 6 W 



88 

s 

II 

19 

N 

u 
13 

11 
11 



28 



INDEX. 



Place. 



•Morimene . . . 
•Morini, N. Picardy 
Morinorum Castcl 

lum, Cassel . 
Moron, Alpiarca 
Morosgi, S. Sebastian 
•Morundae . . . . 

Mosa 

Mosa Fl., Meuse . . 
Mosae Pons, Maas- 
tricht .... 
Mosaeus Fl. . . . 
Moscha P., Keshin . 
Moscbici Ms. . . . 
•Moschica . . . . 
Moschius Fl., Morara 
Mosconnum .... 
Mosella Fl., Moselle . 
Mosomagus, Stenay . 

Mosphe 

Mosyllon 

•Mosynaeci .... 

•Motene 

Motila, Modolin . . 
Motya, Cerdinisi . . 
Motyca, Modica . . 
*Moxoene .... 
•Muchthusii . . . 
Mucrae, Morcone . . 
Munda, Monda . . 
Munda Fl., Mondcgo . 
Munichiatis, Maan . 
Municipium .... 
Munimenta Trajani, 
Aschqff'enburgh . 
Munitium, Minister 
Munychia . . . 
Muraela, Muregg . 
Muranum . . . 
Muranum, sub, Cas- 
tro Villari . . 
Murgantia, Basilice 
Murgantium . . 
Murgis .... 
Muridunum, Caer- ) 
marthen . . . j 
Murius FL, Muhr 
Mursa, Esseg . . 
Mur sella, Marezalto 
Muru«, La Porta . 

Murus 

Murus Mediae, Sidd 
Nimrud . . . 
Musa, Mousa 
Musae, vel Muson, 

Deir el lladra 
Musagura I. 
Musarna, Sohrab 1 
*Musarnaei .... 

Muscaria 

*Musicani, Moult an . 
Musidunum, St rat ton 
Musis Fl., Bergoushat 

•Musonii 

Musti, Tunkah . . 
*Musulani .... 
Mutenum, Gr. Ef- ] 

tein ) 

Mutbis, El Budare . 
Mutbul Fl., Hamiz . 
Mutilum, Modigliano 
Mutina, Modena . . 
Mutusca, v. Trebula, 
M. Leone . . . 
Muziris .... 
Mycale M. . . . 
Mycenae .... 
•Myceni .... 
Mycbus P., Zalitza 
Myconus I., Myconi 
Myconus, Myconi . 
Myenus M. . . . 
•Mygdones . . . , 
♦Mygdonia ... 
•Mygdonia . . . 
Mygdonius Fl. . . , 
Mylae, Melazzo. . 

Mylae 

Mylantia Pr., Cla- ) 
lavalda . . . ) 
Mylassa, Melaso . 
Myndus .... 
Myonia .... 
Myonncsus I. . . 
Myonnesus . . . 
Myos Hormos . . 
Myra 



Lat. 



39 15 
.0 50 

50 52 

39 15 

43 1G 
38 20 
48 1 

51 49 



':! 



50 53 

31 30 
15 25 
41 20 
41 
43 30 

43 59 
50 12 

49 30 

32 30 
11 30 

40 50 

39 4G 

44 50 

37 52 
36 53 

38 57 

32 20 

41 22 

36 45 

40 5 
30 30 

44 33 

50 1 

52 1 

37 56 

46 45 

39 50 

39 47 

41 27 
37 28 
36 44 

51 52 

47 7 

45 34 
47 28 

46 26 
39 15 

33 45 

13 27 

28 17 

35 35 
28 18 
28 40 

42 14 
26 40 
50 50 
39 15 N 



35 40 

36 15 

35 50 

47 50 

26 56 

36 15 
44 9 
44 38 

42 14 

18 

37 40 

37 43 
32 10 

38 16 
37 30 

37 29 

38 30 
40 3 
40 50 

37 
36 45 

38 14 
36 12 

36 8 

37 19 

37 5 

38 34 
38 57 
38 4 

27 9 
36 15 



Long. 



35 

2 



2 41 

8 30 
1 56 

45 30 
5 34 
5 

5 38 E 



48 
51 50 

42 45 

43 
21 

48 

7 20 
5 14 

13 30 
48 30 
38 30 
46 45 

14 
12 29 
14 46 
41 55 

9 

14 29 
4 50 

8 50 
36 14 
21 10 

9 10 

7 22 
23 38 

15 51 

16 9 

16 13 E 



14 51 

15 4 

2 53 

4 19 

14 

18 40 

17 23 

9 36 

3 18 

43 55 
43 29 
30 49 



23 26 
66 

66 
1 



5 


30 
63 

4 31 
46 20 

5 
9 20 
5 30 

16 30 

31 31 
8 

11 41 
10 55 

12 51 

73 12 

27 8 
22 46 

30 

22 47 
25 25 

25 22 

21 55 

28 O 

23 10 
41 
40 40 
15 14 
33 45 

27 43 

27 50 
27 20 

22 22 

23 3 

26 55 
33 45 
30 2 



No. 

of 

Map 

19 
13 

13 

16 
16 
24 
13 
13 

13 

24 
23 
22 
22 
10 
13 
13 
13 
17 

1 
19 
22 

3 

5 

5 
22 
17 

4 
16 
16 
2:3 
10 

14 

14 

7 
15 

4 



■} 



Place. 



Myrse, Kariiza 
Myrcinus . . . 
Myrhina, Lcmnos 
Mynna, Nemour 
Myris, v. Maoris L 

Birket el Keroun 

4c . . . 
Myronis Pr., Meko 

uar Is. . . . 
Myrtilu, Mertola 
Myrtoum Mare . 
Myrtuntium M. 
Myrtuntium, vel 

Myrsinus . . 
*Mysia . . . 
Mystia, Monasteraci . 
Mytilene, Mytilene . 
Myus 



Lat 



39 40 

40 52 
39 59 
38 46 

29 20 



20 45 

37 43 

37 

38 53 

37 59 

39 40 

38 31 

39 8 
37 38 



N. 



Naarath . . . 
Nabaeus FL, Navera 
Nabar, v. Yabur . 
Nabata .... 
*Nabathaei . . . 
*Nacmusii . . . 
Nacrasa, Bakhir . 
Nadubandagar . . 
Naeodunum, postea ) 
Diablintes . . ) 
Naeomagus, vel Au 
gusta .... 
Naeviae Pons . . 
Nagara, vel Nyssa, ] 
Nughz . . . . \ 
Nagara Metropolis, j 
v. Negra, v. Agra ( 
Nagaruris, Nag- 
warum .... 
Nagidus .... 
Nagnata, Castlebar 
*Nagnatae, Mayo . 
Nagran, vel Agra, ] 
Akrah . . . . ) 
NahalielTorr, Wady \ 
Zurka Main . . ) 
*Naharvales, Poland, 
Nain, Nein . . . 
Naissus, Nissa . . 
Nalade . . . . , 
Nalpotes, v. Tuniza, 
La Calle . . . 
Namadus FL, Ncr- 
buddah . . . 
Namaguna FL, 

Tapty . . . . s 
Namare, Mayr- ~i 
hofen . . . . ) 
Namaris .... 
*Namnetes, Lower ) 
Loire . . , . ) 
Nande .... 
Nangologae, 

Kalhee 
Nanigaena 
*Nantuates . . . 
Naparus, v. Naparis 
FL, Jalomnitza . 
Napata .... 
Napetia, II Pizzo . 
*Napbtali, Tribus . 
N apnea .... 
Nar FL, Nera . . 
Naracum Ost. . . 
Naraggara, Kasr 
Jebir .... 
NarbasorumForum, 

Anciaens ... J 
Narbo Martius, j 
Narbonne . . . ) 
♦Narbonensis Prima . 
♦Narbonensis Secunda 
*Narisci, Bavaria 

and Bohemia 
Narnia, Narni . . 
Naro FL, Narenta 
Narona, T. di Nor in . 
Nasium, Ligny . . 
Nasoi, Khs. of Dara . 
*Nassamonei . . . 
*Natabutae . . . . 
Natiolum, Bisceglia 
Naucratis, Bed De- 

soug 

Naulocbus, Sicilia 



• I 



31 57 
58 30 
36 50 

32 32 

28 

33 
39 10 

29 35 

48 12 

44 25 
43 8 

33 28 

19 45 

18 20 

36 8 
53 51 
53 40 

25 35 

31 39 

52 10 

32 39 
43 18 
31 27 

36 50 

21 15 



OO 



48 15 

35 

47 30 

38 

25 

17 25 
46 15 

44 35 

19 20 
38 48 
33 
44 10 

42 39 
44 42 

36 
41 16 

43 11 N 



43 30 



44 ON 
49 15 N 



N 



42 32 

43 35 
43 4 
48 37 
17 47 
29 5> 
33 20 
41 16 

31 7 

38 15 



Long. 



22 48 E 
2:5 50 E 

25 2 E 

26 57 E 

31 o'e 



37 15 E 

7 30. W 
23 30; E 

20 56iE 

21 22 E 



28 
16 34 

26 32 

27 40 



35 31 
3 56 

3 45 

35 
38 30 

1 
27 55 

74 30 

29 

4 59 

7 6 
70 45 

44 5 

80 20 

32 69 
9 15 
9 

36 59 

35 45 

20 
35 23 
22 2 
15 20 

U 25 

75 

75 

15 30 

CI 45 

2 

45 1 

95 0E 

82 50 E 
E 



30 33 
16 16 
35 30 
2<3 6 
12 46 
29 27 

8 26 



7 9 W 
3 4E 



2 45 
6 

13 

12 28 
18 
17 38 

5 20 
22 13 
21 

6 20 
16 35 

30 45 

15 25 



No. 

of 

Map. 

8 
10 

9 
19 

18 

23 

16 

7 
8 

7 

19 

5 

9 

19 



20 
12 
17 
20 
23 
17 
19 
25 

13 

13 
16 
25 

23 

25 

19 
12 
12 

23 

20 

14 

20 
10 
17 

17 

25 

25 

15 
24 

13 

24 

25 

25 
13 

10 

1 

5 
20 
10 

4 
10 

17 
16 

13 

13 
13 

14 

4 

15 
15 
13 

7 
17 
17 

5 

18 
5 



Place. 

Naulocbus, Erekli 

Kieui .... 

Naumacbaeorum, v. 

Aasaborum Pr., 

Ras Mussendom 

*Naunes, Tyrol . 

Naupactus, Epacto, 

or Lepanto . . 

Nauplia, Nauplia . 

Nauportus, Ob. 

Layback . . . 
Nausida .... 
Naustatbmus . . 
Naustathmus Pr., 

Ras al Ilolal 
Naustatbmus P. . 

Nautaca 

Navale, Bivona . '. 
Navabla, Avcnzano . 
Navilubio, vel Na- ) 
vius FL, hacia . | 
Navoae, Schwab- \ 
munchen . . . j 
Naxos I., Naxia . . 
Naxos, Naxia . . . 
Naxuana, Nakhchi- ) 

van | 

Naxus, C. Schizzo 

Nazada 

Nazareth, En Nasirah 
*Nazarini . . . . 
Nazianzus, Viran- 
shehr .... 
Neae I., Agio Strati 
Neaetbus FL, Neto 
Neapolis, v. Sichem, 
Nabulus . . . 
Neapolis .... 
Neapolis, vel Par- 
tbenope, Napoli . 

Neapolis 

Neapolis, Cnvala . . 
Neapolis, Nabal . . 
Neapolis, Soala Nova 
Neapolitanus S., G. J 
of Hammamet . j 
Nebis FL, Cavado. . 

Nebo M 

Nebrissa, Lebrija 
Nebrodes Ms., Ma- ) 
donia . . . . ) 

Necica 

Neda FL, Buzi . . . 

Nedon 

Nedon, Koumi . . . 

Nedon Fl 

Neetum, Noto Ant 
Negra, vel Agra, vel 
Nagara Metropo 
lis . . 
Nehallenia Dea, W. 

Kapelle . . . j 
Neleia, Lekhonia . 
Nemasum, Mazo . 
Nemausus, Nismes 
Nemea .... 
Nemea Fl. . . . 
Nemesium . . . 
Nemesum . . . 
Nemetacum, postea ) 
Atrebates, Arras \ 
Nemetes, olim No- j 
viomagus . . . j 
♦Nemetes, Lower \ 
Rhine . . . . ) 
Nemetobriga . . , 
Neo Caesarea, Niksar 
Neoclaudiopolis, vel ) 
Andrapa . . . ) 
Neomagus .... 
Neoptana . . . , 
Nepete, Nepi . . . 
Nepte, Neftah . . . 
Nera Come, Yenbo ) 
Harbour . . . ) 
Nerse Aquae, Neris . 
Neretum, Nardo . . 
Nericus, S. Zuana . 

*Nerigon 

Neris, Luku. . . . 

Neritus M 

Nerium Prom., vel ) 

Artabrum, V. Fi- [ 

nisterre. . . . ) 

Neroassus, v. Nora, ) 

Kara Nisar . . \ 

Neroniana, Codigoro . 



:f 



Lat. 



42 4 

26 20 

46 30 

38 23 

37 33 

46 

32 50 
41 35 

32 58 

36 58 

39 7 

38 44 
44 24 



43 35 

48 8 



39 9 

37 46 
36 45 
32 43 

35 20 

38 9 

39 30 

39 13 

32 18 

33 23 

40 52 

40 1 

40 56 

36 28 

37 50 

36 

41 29 
31 46 

36 56 

37 44 

36 30 

37 24 

37 G 

38 37 
37 5 
36 58 



19 45 N 



43 50 
37 48 
37 55 
31 12 
31 41 



51 34 

39 22 

46 23 N 
N 
N 

N 

N 
N 



50 16 N 
49 20 N 



49 

42 29 

40 36 

41 9 

49 21 
26 47 

42 13 
33 10 

23 45 

46 21 
40 9 
38 49 
62 
V 26 
3*> 24 

42 52 



38 16 
44 53 



Long. 



27 53 

57 15 

10 40 

21 50 

22 48 

14 27 

21 30 
36 8 

22 7 

15 11 

65 28 

16 12 
8 39 

6 45 

10 46 

25 30 
25 24 

45 25 

15 16 
45 45 

35 19 

36 10 

34 18 

25 

17 






35 19 

43 44 

14 i; 

23 31 

24 25 

10 44 
27 19 

11 

8 40 

35 41 

5 59 

13 50 

32 53 

21 45 

22 12 

24 6 

22 10 

15 

44 5 

3 35 

23 2 
13 

4 19 
22 44 
22 46 

25 48 

24 48 

2 48 



No. 

of 

Map. 



8 27 E 



7 40 

7 30 W 

37 13 E 



34 3; 



3 
57 
12 18 

8 18 

37 30 

2 38 
18 6 
20 40 

8 
22 42 
20 39 

9 14 



35 7 
12 4 



E 19 

E 
E 
E 

E 



INDEX. 









.}' 



in ) 



Place. 



Neronis Forum, vel { 
Lutcva, Lodioe. . ) 
•Nertereanes, Saxony 
Nertobriga . . . . 
Nertobriga . . . . 
Nerulum, La llo- ) 
tonda .... | 

•Nervii 

Ncsactium, C. Nuovo 
Ncscae, vel Asca, 
Asyr . . . 
Nesiope I. . . 
Nesis I., Nisi da 
Nesson . . . 
Nessonis Palus, 
Nezero . . 
Nestane . . . 
Nestus, v. Meatus 
PL, Mcsto . . 
Nesus, Ft. Assj . 
Netindava . . . 
Nctus, M. ... 
Neve, Nowa . . 
Nevirgitaba, Zlitecn 
Newirnum antea 
Noviodunum, 
Nevers .... 
Ne/.ib, Beit Nuzib 

NiaFl 

Niaccaba .... 
Nicaca, Molo . . 
Nicaea, Nice . . 
Nicaea, Isnik . . 
Nicaea .... 
Nicasia I., Karos . 
Nice ..... 
Nicephorium, vel } 
Callinicu n, llak- 

kah J 

Nicer Fl., Neckar 
Nici, v. Tonici . . 

Nicia 

Nicia Fl., Lenza . 
Niciae, Pagus . . 
Nicii, Menouf . . 
Nicomedia, prius 

Olbia, Isnik-mid 
Nicopolis, Nikopoli 
Nicopolis, Prcvesa 
Vecchia [ruins) 
Nicopolis .... 
Nicopolis .... 
Nicopolis .... 
Nicopolis, v. Teph- 

nice, Devriki 
Nicop ilis, v. Em- 

maus. Amicus . 
Nicopolis, ad Hoe- 
mum, Ternova 
Nicopolis, ad la- ] 
trum, Nikoup . \ 
Nicopolis, ad Is- j 
trum, Nicopol . \ 

Nicotera 

Nidum, near Neath . 

Nidus Fl 

Niga 

Nigama, Nagapatam 

*Nigbeni 

NigirFl. .... 
Nigira Metropolis . . 
•Nigitimi, v. Gindani 
Nigriniana, v. Con 
didiana, Milrie . 
*Nigritae .... 
Nigrites Palus . . 
Niguza .... 

Nil 

Nilus FL, Nile . . 
Nineveh, v. Ninus, '\ 
opposite to Mosul ) 
Niugum .... 
Nipiianda . . . 
Niphates M. 
Niphates M., Sapan 

Tugh . . 
Niphauanda . 
Nipista .... 

Nisa 

Nisaea 

Nisa3a, Nissa . . 
•Nisaei .... 
Niserge .... 
Nisibis .... 
Nisibis, vel Antio- 
chia Mygdonica, 
Ni^ibin . . . 



Lut. 



43 43 

51 35 

38 17 

41 33 

39 55 

50 30 

44 59 

18 25 

39 12 

40 48 

39 40 

39 40 

37 3G 

41 10 

38 23 
44 44 

38 18 
32 57 
32 27 



47 

31 38 

11 40 

35 56 
38 48 

43 41 

40 24 
33 

36 54 

41 32 

35 58 

48 30 


40 50 

44 40 
31 2 

30 27 

40 45 

41 5 
39 

31 11 

31 49 

37 1 

39 26 

31 51 
43 9 
43 21 

43 45 

38 34 
51 3!) 
51 38 
41 14 
11 
30 40 
13 
17 30 

32 10 

44 5 

15 
15 30 
34 58 
32 30 
27 

36 20 

45 23 
34 
38 58 

38 37 

34 1 

27 22 
38 9 

37 58 

37 5) 

38 
30 58 
30 58 

37 1 



Long. 



3 18 

11 30 
6 30 
1 18 

16 6 

4 
14 

43 



o 
3 

i|e 



25 50 E 

14 he 

22 32 E 
22 30, E 
22 27 E 
24 20 E 

20 38 E 

26 18 E 
20 44 E 
35 .v.i E 
14 32 E 

3 10 E 



35 

14 

36 27 
22 35 
7 20 
29 46 
73 20 

25 40 

26 30 

39 3 

9 ( 
42 30 
21 18 
10 20 

29 41 
31 

30 2 E 



24 40 

20 43 

29 59 
35 
3G 5E 

38 31 E 



35 
25 32 

25 31 

24 50 

15 59 
3 49 
3 50 

46 20 
79 50 

16 
5 
30 

12 30 

26 49 



2 

50 1 

63 50 

32 

43 14 

13 40 

68 40 
42 IS 

40 40 

49 45 

57 1 
23 18 
23 23 
5S 27 

58 30 
53 15 
61 26 

41 5 



No. 

of 

Map 

13 

14 
16 

16 



13 

3 

23 

9 
4 

8 

8 

7 

10 

8 
10 

8 
20 
17 

13 

20 

1 

21 

8 

13 

19 

25 

9 

10 

21 

14 

1 
10 

3 
18 
18 

1!) 
10 



Place. 



E 22 



Nisyros I., Niairo 

Nisyros, to. Castro 

Nithine .... 
•Nitiobrigea, Lot' 

ft (1 annine . . 

Nitra 

Nitrariffl, Natron Ls 
Nitria .... 
Nitria M. . . . 
•Nitriotis . . . 
Nivaria, v. Conval- 

laria 1 

Now, Noara . . 

Nobe 

Noega 

Nola 

Nomentum, La- 
mentana . . . 
Nomii M. . . . 
Nomiaterium, Saaia 
Nommana, Girishk 
Nonacria, Sulo . . 
Nonacris .... 
Noinun, ad . . . 
Nonum, ad, Annone 
Nora, v. Neroaasua, 
Kara-hisae . . 

Norba 

Norba, Gonvenano 
Norba QeBaarea, 
Alcantara . . 

Noveia 

Noreia, Neumarkt 
"Noreii, Lower A us. ( 

tria \ 

•Noricum, Salzbury ) 

and Styria . . j 

Notium .... 

Notium Fr., Mizen 

lid 

Notium Pr. . . . 
Nom Keraa, postea 
Aromata Pr., 
Gaardafui 
Nova, Alt Forces 
Novae, Novograd . 
Novana, M. di Noce 
•Novantee, Kirk 
cudbright and 
Wigtown . . 
Novantum Cher- 

soun, Wigtown . \ 
Novantum Pr.,Mull I 
of Galloway . . ) 
Novaria, Novara . . 
Novas, ad . . . . 
Novas, ad, La Nova . 
Novas, ad . . . . 
Novas, ad, Slicno . . 
Novas, ad . . . . 
Novaspara . . . . 
•Novempopulana . . 
Nove-dum, Neuss . - 
Novidunum, Gurk 

fold . . . . , 
Novidunum, postea \ 
Augusta, postea I 



)stea > 



Suessiones, Sois 

sons 

Novimagus, Neuf- 

chatcau . . . 
Noviodunum . . 
Noviodunuin, vel 

ColoniaEquestris 

Nion .... 
Noviodunum, pos- 

tea Nevirnura, 

Nevers . . . . „ 
Noviomagus, Keston 
Noviomagus, Noyon 
No\iomagus . . 
Noviomagus, postea ) 

Lexovii, Lisieux \ 
Noviomagus, postea ) 

Nemetes . . . ( 
Noviomagus, Nij- ) 

megen . . . . \ 
Novius Fl., Nith . 
Novum Castrum, ) 

Giulia Nova . . \ 
Novum Castrum i 

(Etruria), T.Chi- J 

aruccia . . . ) 
Novum Forum, ) 

Fornovo . . . ( 
Novus Vicus, S. M. I 

Vico . . . . I 



Lat. 



14 80 



16 9 

30 23 

30 10 

30 1" 

30 20 



28 N 

37 58 \ 

\\ 34 N 

40 57 N 

50 17 N 
5 37 N 

38 I) N 

37 13 N 

11 .''7N 

38 18 \ 

11 37 N 
10 55 N 



39 41 



16 20 

47 2 



17 45 X 



47 10 

37 59 

51 25 

11 

11 55 

44 30 
43 40 

42 58 

55 

54 50 

54 35 

45 28 

42 23 
41 2 
41 12 

43 LS 
41 25 
36 

44 
51 13 

45 56 N 



19 20 



48 20 

45 14 

46 22 

47 

51 20 
4!) 35 
44 58 

49 8 

49 20 

51 52 
55 24 
42 45 

42 2 

44 43 
42 15 



Long. 



■27 ls 
27 11 

30 E 

30 19 l. 

80 20 i; 

17 W 

15 10 
34 52 

5 In 

14 32 






E 5 

W 16 
E 4 



12 88 

21 55 

22 16 i: 

12 20 B 

B 19 i; 

35 7E 

17 8 i; 

6 39 W 

13 IE 

11 18E 

14 45 i ■: 

14 OK 

27 16 E 

9 50 W 

103 E 

51 25|E 



22 1 
25 35 

13 37 

4 30 

5 



4 54 W 
8 30 E 



W 



11 29 
14 28 

14 12 
17 24 

43 

5 58 


6 40 

15 28 



3 23 

5 41 
28 25 

6 11 

3 10 

4 

3 

53 

11 

8 27 

5 48 

4 
13 58 

11 50 



10 7E 
12 44 E 



W 12 






■ .I 
■ 

... 
N 

■ 
•Null 

Xuiiiuu, h 
Xuuuiiii.i . . 
Xtiu, 

*Numidla . . 
Numid cub 8., B 

Numiatro, k\ 

Xura 

N'ur.i 11, Nun . 

Xursu. \ 
N \ .1 — >r.i, A 

Njmbeam . 
NrmphaBum . . 
Nymphamm . . 

Xyiiiplmuin. 

X\lll|)ll;luin . '. 

Nymphaum FL, 
Sin/a .... 
Nymphac, Khiradm 


N\~.i 

Nyasa, rel N 
Nught .... 





Lo.«. 


- 


.' | 


». 




M ■ 


B 


\ 


». 


■ It 















. 



o. 



♦Ounrr, v. Adit.e, I 
in /:<i/ut/,i Deteri \ 
Oaiscta L, Kuthm 
Oasis Major. II ah I 

cl h'/iarjch . . » 
<>.im> Minor . . . 

Oaxefl FL, Mylo . 

Obddia, v. Ibubida 

Obilmn .... 

Oboca FL, A 

Obraca .... 

Obringa FL . . . 

Obulco .... 

Ocalea .... 

Occambi, Qkartbe 

Ooeanua Qantabrl- . 
cus, Buy of Bis- J 
cay j 

•Oceanus GermanlcuB 

Ooeaaus, vel M ire 
Atlanticum, \cl 
Magnum . . . 

Ocean us Sci>tentri- 
onalia .... 

Ocelis, vel Acila . 

Occllum Durii, Fer- 
moaelle . . . 

Ooellum Pr., Spurn 

Pi 

Ocelum, Uxecm 

Ochus Fl 

Ochua M. . . . 
Ocrioula, Otricoti . 
Ocrinuni, v. Dam- 

nonium Pr. . . 

Oetavinn, ad, Itivoh 

Octavum, ad . . 
Octo Cuscum . . 
Octodunifl . . . .148 
Oetoget«L,Mequinenza 11 



I" x 
U 



56 E 

- 

2i 10 1. 

40 59 I. 



50 X 



f 

1> X 
28 X 



53 36 X 



ii X 
10 X 
21 N 



U 28 

7 8 

4 in 
88 4 

37 U 

1 8 

5 

20 

5 



Octopitarum Pr., 

St. Darid's Jlit. 
Oculus Marians, 

Sin i shah . . . 

Ocurara(T), vol (a- 
rinthia, oimi . 

Odcssus M 

Odessos, v. Odesso- \ ^ 

])olis, I'arna . . \ 
Odinana, v. As.iinan.i. S I 

Odomanti .... 41 
•Odrvsaa 41 



57 


X 


4 


X 


" 


X 


11 


X 


5 


X 




X 


SO 


X 


88 


X 




X 


50 


• N ' 


14 


X 



Odysseaa . . . . 

(K.i, I'd. Kliora . , 
• La, Siauro . . . 

H'.i 

CEa, Eoa, n I 
Tripoli . . . \ 



15 x 

• N 
10 s 
li N 
28 X 
1 X 



6 53 
61 15 
58 15 

12 .'. 

5 10 

21 In 
37 11 

5 24 

4 37 

36 51 
30 50 

84 I. 

85 21 i: 
IS l" B 



. 




i 


■ 


H i 






i 




. 


-' -"'.,\\ 


. 


12 






. 




I 


10 11 N 




I 


- 




l. 






l 






l. 


21 10 X 




. 








ii i5 |n 


19 




■ 5 F 


M i x 


IS M l. 


■ 




B 


17 18 x 




i 


(7 - x 




i. 


. 


88 1- 


i. 


. 




i: 






11 

.1 

4 
17 

17 

1 

1 

7 
1" 



: 
I 

85 



14 

18 

88 

U 
18 
88 
II 
II 
I 

n 

Hi 

1 
1 



1 

10 

11 

3 

21 

21 

1 

11 

I 

In 
81 

13 
16 

11 

17 

21 

1 

in 

21 
lo 
in 
5 

7 
'J 

7 

17 



30 



INDEX. 



i v. Dyarda- \ 

., Burram- J 

. . . . ) 



-.} 



Place. 



CEanthe, Galaxidi 
CEaso, Jexo . . . 
CEca, CEa, vel Eoa, ) 

Tripoli ... | 
CEeath, Kaisar 
CEchalia .... 
CEcbalia .... 
CEdanes, v.JDyarda 

nes Fl, 

pooter 
(Encon .... 
CEneum .... 
(Eniadae .... 
CEnoanda, Katra . 

CEnoe' 

CEnoe' 

CEnoe 

CEnoe 

CEnoe, Unieh . . 
CEnoparas, v. Ufre- ) 

nas FL, Afrin . ) 
CEnotrides Iae. . . 
CEnunia .... 

CEnus Fl 

CEnus 

(Enussae Iae 
CEnussae I., Spal 

madores 
CEroe Fl. . 
CEscus, v. OsciusFl., 

Isker .... 
CEscus, Igiki . . 
CEsyme .... 
CEta Mons . . . 
•CEtaea .... 
CEtylus, vel Tylus, 

Vitylo .... 
Ogygia, Calypsus I. 
Ogyris, v. Sarapis L, ) 

Masscra . . . | 
Olabus vel Alamus, j 

Eluce . . . . ) 
Olane ..... 

Olbia 

Olbia 

Olbia, Satalia . . 

Olbia 

Olbia, postea Nico- ] 

media, Jznik-mid \ 
OlbiusFl. . . . 
Olcachites S., Storah 
01cinium,\el Vicr 

niura, Dulcigno 
Oleastrum, Cambrils 
Oleastrum, v. Bar- 

bari Pr., Vigia . 
Olenus, K. Akhaia 
Oliaros I. ... 
Olicana, Ilkley . . 

Olina 

Olina FL, Orne 
Olintha I., Solta . 
Olintigi .... 
Olisipo, Lisbon 
Olisiponense, vel 

Magnum Prom, 

C'abo da Boca 
Oliva .... 
Oli varum M. . . 
Olivia, Kassir . . 
OlivulaP. . . . 

Olizon 

Ollius FL, Oglio . 
Ollius FL, Oglio . 
Olmiae Pr. . . . 
Oloosson, Alassona 
Olopbyxus . . . 

Olpae 

Oltis Fl., Lot . . 
Olurus .... 
Olurus, Xylo . . 

Olus 

Olympia .... 
Olympus, Deliktash 
Olympus M. . . 
Olympus M. . . 
Olympus M., To- 

tnandji Dagh . 
Olynthus, Agio Mania 
Omana S., Koorya 

Moorya Bay . . 
•Omanitae, in Oman 
*Omanni, Poland . . 

Omanum 

Ombos, Koum Ombou 

Omiza 

Omphalium . . . . 



I' 



Lat. 



38 22 
43 1G 

32 50 

32 53 

39 37 
38 55 

29 30 

38 25 
41 39 
38 25 

36 59 
38 7 
38 9 
38 3 

37 37 
41 10 

36 40 

40 7 

35 37 

37 8 

37 7 

36 45 

38 32 

38 15 

43 

43 42 
40 48 
38 46 
38 50 

36 43 

38 57 
20 25 

33 54 

39 42 
47 
43 7 
36 53 

36 46 

40 45 

37 55 
37 

41 53 



L 5 

35 27 

38 9 
37 

53 59JN 
43 37 N 
48 43 N 
43 23 Jn 

37 3 N 

38 53 N 



38 45 

37 50 
31 47 

36 32 

43 41 

39 8 

45 12 

46 

38 5 

39 55 

40 20 
38 26 

44 30 

37 20 

38 4 

35 12 
37 39 

36 25 
40 7 

39 3 

40 5 
40 16 

17 

21 20 
51 40 
20 58 
24 28 
26 57 
40 7 



Long. 



22 23 
1 55 

13 10 

6 52 

21 47 
21 46 

87 

21 57 

20 1 

21 13 

29 40 

23 32 
23 57 
23 2 

22 37 
37 19 

36 50 

15 4 
54 56 

22 30 

22 27 

21 45 

26 15 

23 

24 

24 26 

24 18 

22 10 
22 10 

22 23 

17 6 

58 45 

42 32 

45 7 

32 5 

6 20 

30 46 

33 58 

30 2 

22 20 

7 

19 12 
1 3 

5 6 

21 34 

25 4 
1 56 
7 45 
10 

16 20 

6 32 
9 9 



9 32 



12 45 
35 16 

4 30 

7 21 

23 15 
10 17 
10 12 
22 57 
22 

24 10 E 
22 13 

2 

21 44 E 

22 37 E 

25 41 E 

21 39 E 
30 32 E 

22 20 E 

26 23 E 



E 


9 


E 


8 


E 


10 


E 


10 


E 


10 


E 


8 


E 


8 


E 


7 


E 


5 


E 


23 



E 
E 
E 

E 
E 
E 
E 
E 
9E 



E 
0E 



29 17 
23 22 

56 

55 50 
20 

57 29 
33 
66 12 
20 23 



No. 

of 

Map 



;-J 

opa- \ 
lonis [ 



:} 



"I 



Place. 



Omphalium . . . 
On, vel Heliopolis, 

Matarieh . . . 

Onaei M 

Onceium 

Onchesmus, Sa. J 

Quaranta . . . j 
Onchcstus . . . . 

Oneius M 

Oneum 

Onignathus Pr., Cervi 
Onisia I., Cophonisi . 

Onne 

Onoba, Huelva 

On balus, vel Tau- \ 

rominius FL, At 

cantara . 
Onochonus FL 
Onuphis, Banoub . 
Opheltes Pr. . . 
Ophiodes Fl. 
Ophiodes, v. Topa- 

zos, v. Agathonis 

I., Emerald 
•Ophionenses 
Ophis FL . . . 
Ophiusa . . . 
Ophiusa I., For 

m enter a . . 
Ophiusa L, Babi 
Ophiusa, v. Colubra- ) 

ria.I.,Columbretes ) 

Ophra 

Opinuin, Oppido . 
Opis, vel Antiochia 
Opitergium, Oderzo 

Opizas 

Oplonti, T. D. An- 

nunciata 
Opone . . 
Opotura, Buttunpoor 
Oppidum Batavorum. 
Oppidum Novum . . 
Opuntius S., Talanda 
Opus, Agrapidh okhori 

Opus 

OrbadariFl. . . . 
*Orbelia . . . . 
Orbelus M., Egrisou } 

Dagh . . . . j 

Orbelus M 

Orcades Iae., Orkney . 
Orcaoryci . . . . 
Orcboe, vel Urchoa . 
*Orchoeni . . . . 
Orchom> nus . . . 
Orchomenus, Skripu. 
Orcia, Aljindcn . . 

Orcistus 

Ordessus, v. Ardeis- 

cus FL, Argisch . 
*Ordovices, North 

Wales .... 
Orebatis .... 
Oreophanta . . . . 
Orcstia, Dreutza . . 

*Orestis 

Orestium, Bapsomati 
Oretana Mentesa, ) 

Cotillas . . . ) 
*Oretani, New Cas~ j 

tile, 4?c. . . . ) 

Oretum 

Oreus, vel Histiaea, 

Oreos .... 
Organa I., Larrack 
Orgia, Organya . , 
Orgus FL, Orca . , 
Oricum . . . . , 
Origiacum, Orchies 
Orimarius, vel Sa- ) 

batus FL, Savido ) 
Orine Chersonesus, ) 

Massawah . . ) 
Orippo, Or an . . 
Oriuns FL, Pascoli 
Oriza, vel Oruba, ) 

Sokhne . . . } 
Orminium . . . 

Orneae 

Orneon et Trulla Iae. 
Orneon Pr., Dondra 
Ornithonpolis, 

Avium 

Adlan 
Oroanda 
Orobiae, Bovies. 



ri., isunuru . 

lpolis, vel \ 

l Oppidum, > 

. . . • / 



Lat. 



35 14 N 

30 9 N 

N 

N 



38 2 

37 42 

39 53 

38 22 
37 52 
43 26 

36 28 
34 52 

29 1 

37 19 

37 49 

39 20 
31 12 

38 10 

21 

23 50 

38 40 

37 35 
46 30 

38 50 

40 30 

39 57 

31 57 

40 46 
34 4 
45 48 

41 59 

40 47 

9 30 

22 25 

51 52 

43 19 
38 40 

37 54 

38 32 
26 

41 55 

42 5 

41 18 
58 50 
38 51 
31 
31 10 

37 43 

38 30 
41 44 

39 11 

44 30 

52 40 

30 15 
25 15 

40 35 
40 30 

37 23 

38 28 

39 
38 53 
38 57 



26 50 
42 14 

45 24 N 
40 22 N 
50 25 N 

39 UN 



15 35 

37 19 

42 30 |N 

34 36 N 



Long. 



25 14 E 



31 24 



39 26 

37 46 
13 40 

6 5 

33 25 

38 17 

38 48 



23 3 

21 53 

20 2 

23 10 

22 58 

16 38 
22 56 

26 9 

34 54 

6 46 

15 5 

22 10 

31 22 

24 21 

17 

35 46 

22 ( 

22 24 

30 

1 30 

27 30 
30 

35 18 

15 50 

44 18 
12 34 

25 40 

14 30 

50 40 

82 30 

5 41 

45 

23 15 

21 32 
23 5 
73 

22 45 

22 30 

23 40 
3 

32 36 

45 31 
45 
22 19 
22 58 

41 

31 19 

25 30 

3 10 

49 47 
86 30 
21 25 

21 30 

22 12 

2 40 

3 30 
3 42 

23 6 

56 25 

1 17 

7 30 
19 28 

3 10 

16 12 

39 28 

5 4 

19 32 



22 59 
22 35 
48 30 
80 45 

35 20 



30 59 
23 16 



No. 

of 

Map 



IS 



Place. 



*Orobii, Lombardy 
Orolaunum, Arlon 
Oromago, v. Ilorrea 

Margi .... 
Orontes, vel Thap- 

sacus, q. et Axiu* 

FL.priusTyphon, 

Nuhr el Asy . . 
Orontis Fons . . . 
Oropus, Oropo . . . 
Oropus Novus, } 

Oropo Bay . . J 
Orosa, vel Alinza . . 

Orosana 

Orra. vel Urte. . . . 
Orrea. Bertha . . . 

*Orsitae 

Ortacca Fl 

Orthaga 

Orthe 

Orthiana ..... 
Orthopolis .... 

Orthura 

Ortona 

Ortopula, Carlopago . 
Ortospana, Kandahar 
Oruba, vel Oriza, ) 

Sokhne . . . \ 
Orubium Prom., C. 

Silleh'o . . . 
Orudisza .... 

*Orae 

Osca, Httesca . . 
Oscana, Gundava 

Pass .... 
Oscela, Duomo 

d'Ossola . . . 
Oscelis, Orihuela . 
Oseius, iEscus, vel ) 

Cius FL, Isker . ) 
*Osi, Silesia . . . 

Osiana 

Osica, Chcki . . . 
*Osismii, Finisterre . 
Osones, Varsany . . 
Osopum, Osopo . . 

*Osroene 

Ossa, Soho .... 
Ossa M., Kissovo . . 
*OsserisLte$,Hungary . 

Osset 

Ossonoba, Faro . . 
Ostia, Ostia .... 
Ostiensis Via . . . 
Ostra, Corinaldo . . 
Ostracine, v. Ostra- ) 

cena, Bas Straki ) 
Ostudizum .... 

Othona 

Othrys M., Jcrako 

Otris? 

*Ottadoni, Pt. of ] 

Northumberland \ 
*0?tadini, Boxburgh . 
Ottossonis . . . . 
*Ottorocurrae, Ihibet. 
Ouporum . . . . 
Ovilabis, Wets . . . 
Oxama, vel Uxama, 

Osma .... 

Oxaus 

Oxiae, vel Echina- ) 

des Iae. . . . ) 
Oxiana .... 
•Oxiani .... 
Oxus FL, Amoo, or 

Jihun .... 
♦Oxydracae . . . 
Oxynia, Lepenitze 
Oxy rynch us, Beh enese 
Ozene, O gen . . . 

Ozoa 

♦Ozolae Locri . . . 



Lat. 



45 50 
49 40 

43 55 



36 20 

34 20 
38 17 

38 18 

36 27 

34 35 

38 8 
56 27 
36 30 

30 20 

35 55 

39 45 
34 54 

41 29 
10 45 

42 20 
44 30 

31 45 

34 34 



42 4 

42 18 
25 45 

42 4 

27 47 

46 5 
38 8 

43 8 



50 55 

38 43 
41 5 
48 2d 

47 28 
46 13 

36 30 

40 46 

39 4 
46 50 

37 28 

37 

41 45 
41 48 

43 39 

31 6 

41 30 

51 44 
39 

32 12 

55 20 

55 30 
36 

34 

44 1 

48 6 

41 30 

35 16 

38 20 



37 15 N 

38 30 N 

40 



29 30 



39 52IN 



28 23 
23 20 
31 4. 
38 23 



Long. 



9 30 E 

5 54 E 

21 10 E 



35 40 



36 7 
23 46 

23 47 

46 14 

98 32 
16 10 
3 28 
71 
48 30 
41 38 
22 20 
62 12 
22 39 
78 50 
14 28 
15 
65 30 

38 4 

8 51 

26 41 
65 30 



No. 

of 

Map. 



E 24 

E 25 

E 

W 

E 

E 

E 

E 

E 

E 

E 

E 

E 

E 



19 W 
66 42 E 

8 16 E 



1 



W 



24 0E 

17 55 E 
34 32 E 
47 12E 
4 W 
17 52 E 

13 o;e 

S9 E 

23 27 IE 
22 42'E 
16 3o E 



5 52 

7 50 

12 10 

12 23;E 

13 IE 

33 29 E 

26 47 E 

55 E 

22 40 E 

44 45 E 

2 W 

2 15 W 
101 30 E 

96 0E 
16 2 E 

14 3JE 

3 5 W 
24 50 E 

21 10 E 

66 50 E 
65 30 E 

61 45 E 

72 0E 

21 31 E 
30 40 E 
75 54'E 
51 20E 

22 20E 



P. 



Pachtni P., Po di \ 
Palo . . . . \ 

Pachynus Pr., Capo ) 
Passaro . . . ) 

Pactolus FL, Bagouly 

Pacya 

Padi Fons . . . . 

Padinum, Bondcno . 

Padus, v. Eridanus 
FL, Po. . . . 



36 41 


N 


15 9JE 


36 43 


N 


15 12 E 


38 30 
40 30 
44 41 
44 53 


N 
N 
N 
N 


28 2IE 

26 50,E 

7 5lE 

11 24IE 


45 4 


N 


11 


E 



INDEX. 



31 



Place. 



Padusa Fl., Po di 

J'rimaro . . . 
Paedicum . . . 

Paeon 

•Paeonia .... 
Paeonia .... 
♦Paesici, Asturias . 
Paestarius S., Go. 

di Salerno . . 
Paestum, v. Posido- 

nia, Pesto . . . 

•Paeti 

Pagae 

Pa»ala .... 
Pagasje, Volo Cas. 
PagaasBua S., G. of 

Volo .... 
Pagrae, Bakras . 
Pagrasa .... 
Pagros M. . . . 

Pala 

Palae Byblus, v. Al- 

cobile .... 
Palae Paphos . . 
Palae Simudi Oppi- 

dum .... 
Palao Tjtus, Mashuk 
Palaea Come . . 
Palaeopharsalus 
Paherus, Sinodi . 
Palaeste, Spitia 
•Palaestina . . . 
Palalce .... 
Palantia, Valentia 

de D. Juan . . 
Palatium, ad, Ala 

Pale 

Paleia, v. Dyme . . 
Palfuriana . . . . 
Palica, Palagcnia 
Palindromos Pr ., C. ) 

Babel mandeb . \ 
Palinurum Pr., C. j 

Palinuro . . . ) 

Palinza 

Palio, Palo . . . . 

Paliurus 

•Pallacopus . . . . 
Pallantia, Palcncia . 
Pallanum, Pallano . 

Pallene 

*Pallcne, vel Phlegra 
Palma, Palma . . . 
Palmam, ad ... . 
Palmaria I., Pal- \ 

marola . . . ) 
Palmaria, Fratelli 
Palmyra, v.Tadmor, 

quae et Hadriano- 

polis, Tadmor . 
•Palmyrene . . . 
*Palmyrene Solitudo 
Palobothra . . . 
Paloda, Birlat . . 
Paltos, Boldo . . 
Paludes Jaxartis . 
Paludes Pontinae . 
Palura .... 
Palus Maeotis . . 
Pambotis Ls., Joan- 

nina .... 
PamisusFl., Pirnatza 

Pamisus Fl 

Pamisus Fl. . . . . 
•Pamphylia . . . . 

Panakton 

Pancarpus, Jemilah . 

Pandassa 

Pandataria I., Van- 

dotena . . . 
•Pandionis Rogio, ) 

the Carnal ic . . j 
Pandosia, Mendicino . 
Pandosia, Anglona . 
Pandosia, Castritza . 
Paneas, v. Caesarea 

Philippi, Banias 
Panephysis, v. Dios- 

polis, Tel el De- 

heleh .... 
Pangaeus M. . . 
Panhellenius M., 

Oros .... 
Panionium, Tchangli 
Panis I., Dahalac 
PannoniusM., Ba- 

konger TTald . 



Lat. 



44 36 N 

46 83 N 

40 21 N 

41 30|N 
38 5 N 
43 30 X 



Long. 



40 35 

40 25 

40 45 

38 5 
25 25 

39 24 



39 15 N 

36 24 N 



3 46 
34 45 
41 32 



33 56 N 

34 50 N 
9 48 



33 18 

36 48 

39 16 
38 44 

40 8 

31 40 

40 30 

42 14 

45 48 
38 13 

38 9 

41 14 

37 15 

12 45 

39 59 

32 37 

41 2 
32 20 
30 43 

42 2 
42 14 

38 2 

40 

39 34 

34 24 

40 57 
37 16 

34 



34 

34 5 
25 40 
46 15 

35 15 

45 
41 23 
15 45 N 

46 ON 

39 50 N 



37 5 

36 50 

39 27 

7 



20 35 
40 48 

14 

39 18 

40 11 

39 IS 

33 15 

31 4 

40 55 
37 42 

37 43 

15 45 

47 10 



UN 
7|N 
N 



12 

15 18 
26 25 

22 

23 44 
6 

14 45 

15 

26 50 
23 12 
66 25 
22 55 



23 E 



36 5 

101 12 

53 

25 25 

35 36 

32 26 

80 20 

35 15 
22 53 

22 2) 
20 54 

19 44 

35 

36 5 

i 30 

10 59 

20 25 

21 28 

1 30 

14 40 

43 32 

15 15 

47 45 

16 38 

23 6 
46 42 

4 27 
14 30 
23 54 
23 30 

2 43 

8 6 

12 53 

9 20 

37 55 



38 
38 
85 10 
27 35 |E 
35 55 E 
60 0E 
13 8E 
80 50 E 
37 0E 

20 55 E 



22 1 
22 20 

22 45 
31 30 

23 22 

5 46 E 
97 45 E 

13 27 E 

76 0E 

16 14 E 
16 35 E 

20 35 E 

35 4o'e 



31 52 E 

24 5E 
23 30 E 

27 15T, 

40 12JE 

17 40 E 



No. 

of 

Map 

3 

15 
10 
10 
7 
16 

4 



Place. 



•Pannonia, Hunga- 
ry, $c 

Pannonios, ad . . 

Panopeus, Agio* 
Bltuiot . . . 

PanopoUa. v. Cham- 
nis, Kk hni in . . 

Panorama P. . . 

I'anonnus, Palermo 

Panormua 

Panorama P., 
Palermo 

Panormua P 

Panormus, Panormo 

Pantanus L., L. Le. j 
tine i 

Pantichium, Pantiki 

Pantomatrium, S. \ 
Maratti . . . j 

Panysus, vol Pan- \ 
nasa, feni Kieui \ 

Panysus. Fl., Pra 



'.*: I' 



:} 



ssa?, | 



vadi 
Paos . . . 
Papa, Nagade 
Papers . . 
Paphara . . 
•Paphlagonia 
Paphos, Papho 
Pappua M 
Papyrianae Fossae, 

Viareggio 
Parabau . 
Paracadi, vol M;i- 

racanda, Samar 

cand 
Parachoathras Ms 
♦Paradena . . 
Paradisus v. Tripa 

radisus ... 
•Paroephitis . . , 
*Paraetacene . . 
Paragon S. . . . 
Paralai I. ... 
Paralia .... 
Parapotamii . . 
Paraasa .... 
Paratiana3 . . . 
•Paravaei . . . 
Parbara .... 
Parca, Koka . . 
Pardosena . . . 
Pardna, P. Malti 
Parembole . . . 
Parembole, Demhid 
Parentium, Parcnzo 
Paricnna, ravin . 
♦Parietae .... 
Parietina, Gomara 
Parietinae . . . 
Parisaria .... 
*Parisii .... 
•Parisii, Seine and \ 

Marne, and Seine j 

and Oixe . . . ) 
Parium, Kemeris . 
Parma, Parma 
Parma Fl., Parma 
Parmae Campi, Ba 

varia .... 
Parnassus . . . 
Parnassus M., Plato . 
Parnes M., Ozca . , 
Parnon M., Malero , 
Parodana . . . . 
♦Paropamisade . . 
Paropamisus M., J 

Koh-i-Baba . . ] 
Paropus, Collesano . 
•Paroraea . . . . 

Paroria 

Paros I., Paro . . . 
Paros, Parkia . . . 
Parospus FL, Boo- ) 

door . . . . ) 
*Parsii . . . . . 

*Parsirae 

Parsis Metropolis . . 

Parta 

Parthanum, Par- ) 

tenkirch . . . j 
Parthcnicum, Pa- ) 

lamide .... I 
PartheniusFl.,Z?flr- ) 

tan ( 

Parthenon M., Par- 

theni .... 



Lin. 

46 30 

45 10 

38 30 N 

\1 i. N 

38 7 N 

U M N 

40 5N 

89 U N 

K) Jo N 



11 H 

40 53 

35 25 

43 7 

43 10 

37 51 
ir, 56 
SO ,'.o 

36 26 

11 10 
34 54 
36 55 

43 48 

26 30 

39 55 

33 ( 

27 25 

34 44 

29 15 

32 

25 
2 

12 30 

38 33 

24 55 
36 53 

40 20 

36 3 

47 32 

39 50 
42 42 

41 50 
23 54 
45 13 
49 
31 45 

35 13 

39 19 

29 26 
54 

48 40 

40 23 

44 49 
44 45 

49 10 

39 15 
38 32 

38 11 

37 13 

30 10 

33 15 

34 30 

37 52 

39 45 
37 29 
37 5 

37 5 

28 20 

33 40 

26 30 

25 47 
28 45 

47 30 

38 6 

41 30 

37 30 



I-oug. 




31 47 E 



2 1 5 1 : 

13 21 E 

- 

19 17 I. 

27 M I. 

39 17 i. 

M M B 

27 30 E 

M 1 B 

32 45 E 

70 50 E 

37 M i: 

84 E 

33 20 E 

7 20 E 



10 17 
68 2 

66 45 

47 
62 30 

36 31 

56 20 
52 30 

57 30 
41 15 
80 15 
22 49 
80 12 

6 15 
20 4o 

58 30 
19 34 
35 26 

18 3 
25 9 
32 46 
13 38 

19 10 

67 30 
4 10 
2 14 

90 25 
40 

2 20 



27 5 E 
10 19' E 
10 16 E 

12 



34 5 

22 30 

23 42 
22 38 
55 10 

66 

67 30 

13 58 

21 10 

22 6 
25 15 
25 10 

62 40 

66 

63 
62 40 
51 30 

11 10 
13 4 

32 30 
22 30 



v.. 
..I 



ll.uf. 



Pal lli. 

•Vay oti 
•P.iithu .... 
PurthtcopoUfl . . 
k PartbJ< in- . . 
•Parthmi . . . 

.in 

Pullit ■• 

Parnua i.u- 

Paaarguda-, i,,ar I 
W l ,tuh . . , | 

Puaipida . , . 

•l'.i--.r.r 

Pawalon, Sheikh » 

tin . . . j 

l'.k-siloll, I)r,,i, 

,U.l, li. t 

tli Serpa . . 
Paa t o na 

•l'.it.ilclic . . . . 

Patamnoa PL, .\ 

U'ttZll .... I 

Patanaana, Narnitm 
Patara, r*tt, , ,j . , 

Pataviuin, /'</./• 

Paternum, otta ) 

Ciiinis.i, Cuo . , 

Pathlasaa, r. 'li i-- < 

CU8 PL Thriss . ] 
Patmos I 

Patne 

Pairoell I., Gaida- ) 

ronisi . . . . j 

Patyona, J'nofa . . 

Paasflypua, PomUpo . 

Pax Augusta, li . 
Pax Julia, Befa . . 
Paxus to., 1'iirn . . 
Podalim Pr., Ptla . . 
Podasus 

Pedtoa 

•PedieolL Terra di) 

Pari .... I 

Pcdona, lio.S. Dal- i 

mazzo . . . . ) 
Pedum, Gallicano . 

Peirae 

Peirus PL, Kame- ) 

nitza .... J 
Peiso, vol Polso L., j 

Neusiidhifiic . ) 
•Pelagonia . . . . 
Pelagoaia . . . . 
•Pelasgiotis . . . . 
•Pelendones . . . 
Polondova . . . . 
•PeHgni, Abrvna \ 

Ultra .... ( 
Pelina'us M., .S*. Ettas 
Pclinna, Plocavo . . 

PelionM 

Pel a, Allah-kilissa . 
Pella, Tabakat Puhil. 

Pellane 

•Pellendones, Old ] 

Castile . . . . ) 

Pollonc 

Petodea P., Pt. of ] 

Eutrinto . . . ( 
Pelopis Le., Petro j 

Kargo . . . . ( 
•Peloponnesus, Mo- ) 

rea j 

Peloriaca 

Pelorias M., Spre- ) 

verio . . . . ( 
Pelorum I^., C. Pe- ) 

loro ) 

Pelorus Fl 

Poltuinum, Prato . . 
Pelusiacum Ostium, \ 

Tineh Mth. . . ) 
Polusium, Tineh . . 
Pelva, Limo . . . 
Porno, Malatiirh . . 

Penachaicoa Mons, ) 
Foidia .... I 

Pona-tolicum Mons, i 
Ploeaparia . . * 

♦Penesta? 

Peneua PL, R. of ) 

(.'us' li ni ...» 

Peneua PL, S ala m- i 

bria .....> 
Pennina Vallis, Va- ) 

lain I 

Penniuus Suinmus . 



U., 



22 n 






11 17 l. 

K 7 | 

II i B 

14 181 

7 40 W 

20 10 B 

8 N II 

-'- R 

13 M i: 

7.N 21 1" I. 

50N li 

13 oil 

21 20 B 

22 SO E 
2 89 W 

28 H 1. 

: 13 5o B 

20 I I 

21 52 B 
28 B 

22 S3 E 
85 40 i: 

23 ! 

85 N 2 80 w 



43 N 



37 N . 



16 N I 



13 N 



39 35 N 



20 (i K 






21 5! B 






32 



INDEX. 



?} 



Tlace. 



Pennocrucium, ) 
Penkridge . . ) 
Penoxullum, vel Bi- 

pa Alta Pr., Ord 

Ud 

Peutagramma . . 
*Pentapolis . . . 
Pentapolis, CJiitta- 

gong .... 
Pentaschaenos, Catieh 
Pentele .... 
Pentelicus M. . . 
•Pentri, Sannio . 
Peos, v. SpeosAite 

midis, Beni Has 

san 

Peparethus I., Piperi 
Pephnus, A.Dhimitri 

*Peraea 

Peraetheis 

Peraon, Marsa Bar- 

diah . . 
Perceiana 
Perdiccs .... 
Pereri, Amis . . 
Percvonta . . . 

Perga 

Pergamos . . . 
Perganium, Bcrgma 
Pergusa L., Gori- 

dan L 

Perimula .... 
Perimulicus S., Sts, 

of Malacca . . 
Perinthus, v. Hera- 

clea, Erekli . . 
Peripolium, Amen- 

doled .... 
Perisabora, v. Sip- 

phara .... 
Perniciacum . . 
Peronticum . . . 
♦Perorsi .... 
Pcrre ..... 
*Perrhaebia . . . 
Pt rsei Speculum . 
Persepolis, ruins ) 

nr. Istakhar . . ) 
Persicae, v. Susianae 

Pylae .... 
PcrsicusS., Persian 

Gulf .... 
*Persis .... 
Perusia, Perugia . 
Pesla, vel Pesela, 

Harabe ... 
Pessinus, Bala-bazar 
Pessium .... 
Petaliae I. . . . 
Petavoniura . . . 
Petelia, Strongoli . 
Petilia Lucana, M. 

di Stella . . . 
Petiliana .... 
Petra, Petraglia . 

Petra 

Petra 

Petra 

Petra, Petrovich . 

Petra 

Petra Nova . . . 
Petra, Sogdiana . 
Petrae, Szaszvaros 
Petrae, vel Aroe, 

Patras .... 
Petrensia, Pleinting 

Petriana 

Petrina 

•Petrocorii, Dordogne 
Petromantalum . . 
Petrosaka .... 
Petrus Magnus P., ] 

Has el Milhr . ) 
Petrus Parvus P., j 

Ras al Town . ] 

Peuce I 

Peucela, Puckhola . 
•Peucetia, Terra di { 

Bari . . . . \ 
Peucetiae, Andria . . 
Peucia Sylva . . . 

*Peucini 

*Peuc ; ni 

Phabiranum, Bremen 

Pbacium 

Pbacusa, Fakhous 
Phadisanp, Fatsa . . 



Lat. 



52 45 



58 8 

30 23 
32 20 

22 45 

31 

38 3 

38 5 
41 33 

27 55 

39 20 
36 49 

36 55 

37 27 

31 46 

38 30 

35 40 

39 1 
31 54 

36 56 
35 30 
39 2 



37 30 

4 ( 

5 

41 
37 58 

33 15 

50 38 

41 55 
24 

37 48 
39 50 
31 36 

29 55 
31 20 

27 

30 ( 

43 7 

27 20 

39 20 
46 56 

38 

42 7 

39 19 

40 15 

37 20 N 

37 44 N 

41 23 N 

40 6N 

41 39 N 
U 23 N 

30 26 N 
35 36 N 

38 10 N 
45 50 N 

38 14'n 

48 35'n 
54 56 N 
37 37 N 
45 5 N 

49 7N 
37 37 N 

31 53 N 

I 

32 l"2 N 

44 50N 

33 45 N 

41 ON 

41 13N 
41 ON 

50 30 N 

45 10 N 
58 7 N 

39 33 N 
30 45 N 
41 4N 



W 



Long 



2 5 

3 32 

70 29 
21 20 



91 45,E 

32 54 E 
23 52|E 

23 53E 
14 15 E 

30 57 E 

24 20 E 
22 19 E 
28 30 E 
22 16 E 

25 5E 

6 17 W 

4 58 E 
43 40 E 
24 50 E 
30 58 E 



23 54 E 


27 WjE 


14 15 


E 


101 7 


E 


99 


E 


27 56 


E 


15 57 


E 


43 59 


E 


4 59 


'e 


28 2 


E 


10 


W 


88 13 


E 


22 


E 


31 11 


E 


52 59 


E 


51 32 


E 


52 


E 


53 


E 


12 25 


E 


31 4 


E 


31 40 


E 


19 50 


E 


24 14 


E 


6 33 


W 


17 7 


E 


15 10 


E 


14 


E 


14 8 


E 


.19 26 


E 


22 25 


E 


23 30 


E 


23 16 


E 


35 38 


E 


5 33 


E 


68 42 


E 


23 11 


E 


•21 44 


E 


13 5'E 


2 47iW 


13 42E 


30 E 


1 40 E 


22 16 


E 


25 


E 


23 40 


E 


29 


E 


73 18 


E 


16 30 


E 


16 17 


E 


30 


E 


22 


E 


29 20 


E 


8 55 


E 


21 58 


E 


31 50 


E 


37 29 


E 



No. 
of 

Map 

11 

12 

25 
17 

25 

18 

7 
7 
4 

18 

9 

7 

19 

7 

17 

10 
17 
22 
17 
19 
9 
19 

5 

25 

25 

10 

5 

22 

13 
10 

1 
21 

8 
18 

24 
24 

23 

24 
4 

18 

1!) 
15 

9 
16 

5 



Place. 



Phaea 

Phaestus, Andro- 

makhi .... 
Phaestus . . • . 
Phaestus, Hodiy'ria 
lhagres, Roufani . 
Phuina, Missema . 
Phalacra .... 
Phalacrum . . . 
Phalacrium Pr., C. 

di ltasoculmo 
Phalacrum Prom., 

Drasti .... 
Phalacriae . . . 
Phalanthon, Nem- 

nitza .... 
Phalara, <S7. Marina 
Phalasarna, Phorada 

Phalasia Pr 

Phalerum, Phanari . 

Phaloria 

Phamothis . . . . 
Phanaca, Saree . . 
Phanae Pr., Port ) 

Mastico . . . ) 
Phanaspa . . . . 
Phanote, Gardiki . . 

1'hara 

Pharae 

Pharambara . . . 
Pharan, vel Phara 
*Pharanitae . . . . 
Pharax, Naheim . . 
Pharazana . . . . 
Pharboethus, Orbeit . 
Pharcadon . . . . 

Pharis 

Pharmacusa I., 

Fermaco . . 
Pharmatenus Fl. 
Pharnacia, v. Cera- \ 



sus, Kerasoun 
Pharos, Farallon . . 
Pharsalus, Stalarfje . 
Pharus I., Lessina . 
*Pharusii . . . . 
Pharygium I., C. Agia 
Phasaelis, Aujeh . . 
Phaselis, Tekrova 
Phasis, Pati . . . 
Phasis,v. Araxes Fl., ] 

Aras .... | 
Phasis, v. Rhion FL, ) 

liioni .... I 
Phatmtticum, vel 

PhatmiticumOst. 

Damietta Mth. . 
Phatrua, Fyzabad 
Phaura I., Phleva 
Phazaba? .... 
*Phazania . . . 
Phazemon, Marzifun 
Pheia Pr. et Ptus., 

Pondiko Kastro 
Phellas .... 
Pbelloe .... 
Pheneos, Fonia . 
Pherae, Verria . . 
Pherae .... 
Pherae, vel Pharae, 

Kalamaka . . 
Pherme . . . 
Pheugarum, Dctmol 
Phiala L. (Jordanis ) 

Fons) . . . . ) 
Phibalis ..... 
Phigalea ..... 

Phila 

Philadelphia, Allah \ 

Shchcr . . . . \ 
Philadelphia', vel 

Rabboth Ammon 

Amman 
Philaidae . 
Philanorium, P. ) 

Kiladia . . . ) 
Philae I., Birben . 
Philekia .... 
Philenorum Arae, ) 

Moukhtar . . ( 
Philias, Philen 
Philias Pr., Gali- ) 

oundjik . . . i 
Philippi, prius Cre- ) 

nides, Filiba . . ) 
•Philistaei, vel Alio- ) 

ptiyli . . . . ) 



■} 



Lat 




Long 




32 30 


N 


23 10 


E 


38 20 


N 


22 22 


E 


39 36 


N 


22 9 


E 


35 1 


N 


24 49 


E 


40 45 


N 


23 59 


E 


33 15 


>, 


36 24 


E 


31 22 


N 


21 58 


E 


24 27 


N 


34 7 


E 


38 18 


N 


15 32 


E 


39 48 


N 


19 37 


E 


37 18 


* 


22 11 


E 


37 37 


N 


22 12 


E 


38 54 


N 


22 30 


E 


35 31 


N 


23 33 


E 


38 57 


N 


23 27 


E 


37 57 


N 


23 39 


E 


39 40 


N 


21 35 


E 


30 57 


N 


29 39 


E 


36 28 


s 


53 7 


E 


38 9 


N 


26 2 


E 


36 40 


N 


49 8 


E 


40 9 


N 


20 3 


E 


38 38 


N 


20 37 


E 




N 


21 45 


E 


38 20 


N 


47 


E 


28 40 


X 


33 35 


E 


28 50 


N 


33 40 


E 


31 5 


N 


17 33 


i-: 


29 55 


N 


63 25 


E 


30 44 


N 


31 40 


E 


39 38 


\ 


22 


E 


36 58 


N 


22 29 


E 


37 19 


N 


27 6 


E 


40 50 


N 


38 10 


E 


40 57 


N 


38 22 


E 


31 1,0 


N 


29 56 


E 


39 17 


N 


22 22 


E 


43 10 


N 


16 40 


E 


26 


N 


10 


\V 


38 17 


N 


22 43 


V) 


32 


N 


35 25 


E 


36 32 


N 


30 37 


E 


42 7 


N 


41 40 


E 


40 5 


N 


43 


E 


42 10 


N 


42 15 


E 


31 30 


N 


31 52 


E 


37 12 


N 


70 27 


E 


37 46 


N 


23 46 


E 


38 20 


N 


45 5 


E 


28 


X 


12 


E 


40 56 


N 


35 42 


E 


37 41 


N 


21 19 


E 


36 15 


N 


29 22 


E 


38 5 


N 


22 22 


E 


37 53 


N 


22 19 


E 


37 11 


X 


22 32 


E 


39 25 


X 


22 44 


E 


37 3 


X 


22 8 


E 


30 20 


X 


30 13 


E 


51 55 


X 


8 51 


E 


33 16 


X 


35 51 


E 


38 1 


X 


23 25 


E 


37 24 


X 


21 51 


V, 


39 55 


X 


22 40 


E 


38 20 


X 


28 40 


E 


31 59 


X 


36 2 


E 


37 54 


X 


23 50 


E 


37 26 


N 


23 9 


E 


24 


X 


32 52 


E 


49 41 


X 


16 21 


E 


30 20 


X 


18 53 


E 


41 23 


X 


28 31 


E 


41 27 


X 


28 31 


E 


41 4 


X 


24 21 


E 


31 30 


X 


34 30 


E 



No. 

of 

Map. 

17 



7 
7 

8 

9 
8 

7 

8 

18 

24 

9 

24 
8 

8 

7 

24 

18 

18 

17 

24 

18 

8 

7 

9 

19 

19 

18 

8 

15 

1 

8 

20 

19 

22 

22 
22 

18 

24 

7 

24 

1 

19 



:■} 



Place. 



Philistinae Fossio- 

nes, Po. della 

Maestra . . . 
Philocalaea . , . 
Philonis .... 
Philonis .... 
1'hilos, vel Pylora 

I., Potior . . . 
Philosophiana, Piat 
Philoteras P., Rosscit 

*Philyres 

Phinopolis, Buyuk 

dcre 

Phintia, Alicata . 
Phison .... 
Phlegra, vel Pallene 
Phlius, P. Tolo . 
Phlius, Polyfengo . 
Phlygonium . . . 
Phocae .... 
Phocea, Foujes . 
*Phocbatae . . . 
Phoenica, Fenik . 
*Phocnice . . . 
Phoenice, Phoniki 
^Phoenicia Libanesia 
Phoenicodes I., Fv- 

licudi .... 
Phocnicon, Tor 
Phoenicus, Moileh 
Phcenicus 
Phoenicus P., Kala- 

maki B. 
Phoenicus P. 
Phoenix P. . . . 
Phoenix Fl., Fanari 
Phoenix FL, Salme- 

niko .... 
PhoenLx M. . . . 

*Phocis 

Phocra M., Jebcl ] 

Beni Gualid . . ) 
PhocusaL, Gaphonisi 
Pholegandros I, 

Polycandro . 

Pholoe M 

Phorbia Pr 

PhorcysP., AtrikisP. 

Photice . 

Phra, vel Phorana, 

Furrah 
Phragandae 
Phrateria . . . . 

Phrixa 

Phruresus M. . . . 
Phrurium Pr., Bianco 
*Phrygia . . . . 
*Phrygia Epictetus . 
*Phrygia Paroreioa . 
*Phthiotis, Achaia 
Phthonthis, Nesle . . 

Phthuris 

Phurgisati*, Neu ) 

Fistritz . . . ) 
Phut FL, Wad Ten- \ 

sift ) 

Phycoclae, Cervia . . 
Phycus et Prom., 

Ras Sem, or al 

Razat .... 
Phygela .... 
Phylace .... 
Phylace .... 
Phylace, Phili . . 

Phyle 

*Phyllis .... 
Phyllus .... 
Phyrites FL . . . 
Physca .... 
Physcae .... 
Physcus, Mannar 
Physcus P. . . . 
Physcus FL, Adhem 
Phytaeum . . . 

Phytia 

Piada 

Pialia 

*Picensii .... 
Picentia, Bicenza . 
Picentinae Cellae . 
*Picentini, Princi- 
pato Citra . . 
Picentinum, Brod 
*Picenum, Ancona \ 

and Abruzzo VI. \ 

tra j 

Piciniana .... 



".}' 



Lat. 



45 



41 3X 

30 55' X 
30 6 X 



26 20 

37 21 
26 5 

40 56 

41 14 

37 6 

38 17 
40 
37 32 

37 50 

38 22 



38 28 X 



38 4*0 

40 42 

37 19 

33 25 

39 55 

34 20 

38 33 

28 10 
27 32 

38 18 

36 12 

36 48 

35 12 

39 20 

38 15 

36 42 
38 30 

34 40 

36 56 

36 38 

37 4'5 

37 32 

38 28 

39 58 

32 20 

41 26 
44 5 

37 38 
34 10 
34 40 

38 30 

39 30 

38 30 

39 
24 42 
20 

48 40 

31 55 

44 1G 

32 55 



37 55 
39 33 

39 13 

40 11 

38 9 
40 56 

39 29JN 
38 10 N 

40 40 ! N 

41 2N 
36 54 N 

36 3 l N 
34 25 N 
38 36 N 

38 42 N 
46 20 N 

39 40 N 

44 15 N 

40 38 N 
34 12 N 

40 45N 

45 10 J N 

I 
43 ON 
I 

37 25 N 



Long. 



12 28 E 



No. 

of 

Map. 



39 1 
26' 6 
22 40 



54 40 E 



14 22 
34 14 
39 10 



29 5E 



13 55 
40 
23 30 
22 53 
22 39 

22 48 

23 20 
26 49 

20 
42 14 
35 25 
20 
37 

14 32 

33 32 
35 27 

26 22 

29 25 

21 50 

24 10 
21 55 

21 58 

28 16 

22 40 

4 

25 36 

24 55 

'21 46 

25 29 
20 38 

20 42 

62 7 

23 55 
23 36 

21 44 
3 20 

32 41 

30 
30 30 
32 33 

22 30 
32 56 
30 30 

15 15 

8 30 

12 21 

21 40 

27 19 

20 57 

22 38 

22 16 

23 39 

24 
22 6 

27 25 

21 59 

22 58 

28 19 
27 59 
44 25 
21 36 
21 11 

105 
21 25 
21 50 

14 52 

9 57 

15 

18 2 

13 30 
13 37 



19 
10 
10 
19 

9 
22 

8 



INDEX. 



33 



Place. 



I) 



Pictas, ad 

•Pictones, vcl Pic- 
tuvi, / 'en/iee, St 
vres, J i »>'(' • 

Pictonum Prom. . 
Piephigi .... 

•Pieria .... 

Pieriu, vcl Cicrium 
Lei ius Bfona, Jebcl 
Musa .... 

Pigrom Mare . . 

1'imolisa .... 

l'inara, Minora . 

Pindenissus . . . 

Pindua Fl., Maura 

Pincptimi Pseudo- j 
stoma .... | 

Pinetum .... 

Pinna, C. di Pinna 

Pii.tia, VaUadolid 

Pinum, Routchi . 

Piraeum, Perakhora 

Piraeus, Po. Lconi 

Pirseua P., Frango j 
Ltimiona . . . j 

Piresiie, v. Asterium 

Pirina .... 

Piroboridara . . 

Pirum, Plejesti 1 . 
Pirum, ad, Campo- i 

lieto j 

Pirotortum, Pert- 1 
ihlintj . . . . j 
Pisa, Miraka . . 
Pisae, Pisa . . . 
Pisanse Aquae, B. ) 
di Pisa . . . ) 
•Piaatia .... 
Pisaurum, Pcsaro . 
Pisaurus Fl., Fuylia 
Pisavffl .... 
1'iscenae, Pescnas . 
Piscinam, ad . . 

Pisida 

•Pisidia .... 
Pisindum P., Buc- ) 
seata . . . . ) 

Pisoni , 

Pistoria 

Pistyrus . . . . , 

itane, Sandarlie . , 
Pitenesca, Bienno 
Pithecusa, vel Ina- 
rime I., fschia . 
Pithon .... 
PitinumPisaurense, 
Piaynino . . . 
Pitinum, Pitino . 
Pityonnesus I., Ki/ra 
Pityus, Soukgoum 
Kaleh .... 
Pityusa I., Daskalio 
Pityusa I., o«<? of the ) 
Kclevini Is. . . ) 
Pityusa I., Provencal 
Pitvusae Iae., Ivica, J 

& s 

Placentia, Placenza . 
Planar ia, v. Canaria I. 
Planesia I., Plana 
Plataea, Kokla . . . 
Platamodes Pr. . . 

Plat anon 

Platanus 

Pleramyrium Pr. . . 
Plera, Gravina . . 

Pleraei 

Pleuron Novum . . 
Pleuron Vetus . . . 
Plinii Villa . . . . 
Piinthine,^rrtiZ , oifcr 
Plinthinetes S. . . . 
Plotinopolis . . . . 

Plumalia I 

Pluvina 

Plynus P., Marsa 
Sollom .... 
Pocrinnium . . . 
Podulia, Kizilja . 
Podandus, Podcnd 
Podopcrura, Koosh- \ 
alpour . . . ) 
v CDcilasium . . . 
Poccile Petra, Per- \ 
shcndy . . . . j 
Poemanus, Ma •> i;, as 
'Poem, Granada . 



Lat. 



41 48 N 



46 50 

46 19 
44 2. 
36 27 
39 2:S 

36 20 

65 
41 20 

36 30 

37 12 

38 42 

31 33 

41 37 

42 28 
41 40 

44 7 

38 2 
37 5 

37 49 

39 30 
37 52 

45 45 
44 26 

41 38 

48 16 

37 39 

43 42 

43 43 

37 44 

43 55 

44 
43 32 
43 24 
34 28 
33 20 

38 

33 7 



38 43 
43 58 
40 55 

38 58 
47 10 

40 43 

32 

43 47 

42 23 
37 42 

42 58 

37 31 

37 26 

36 11 

39 

45 3 

28 

38 10 
38 13 

37 9 

33 37 

36 

37 4 

40 47 
42 45 

38 23 
38 24 

45 51 

30 58 

31 10 

41 26 
28 

41 7 

31 40 

46 34 

36 46 

37 38[N 

13 50 N 



35 14 

36 25 

39 56 

37 N 



Long. 



12 54 E 



1 



1 30 \V 



26 40 
36 Hi 

22 2 

36 



5 
35 
29 19 
37 
22 15 

31 22 

7 19 

13 50 

4 42 

25 

22 59 

23 38 

23 8 

22 1 
13 38 
28 14 

26 9 



14 40 E 



15 50 

21 41 
10 18 

10 18 

21 35 

12 55 

12 23 

5 6 



11 40 

38 16 

10 55 

24 36 
26 5(i 

7 16 

13 52 

20 

12 23 

13 28 
23 16 

40 57 

22 52 

23 32 

33 50 
1 30 

9 40 
16 

30 
23 17 

21 34 

35 27 

36 21 

15 20 

16 24 
18 30 
21 28 
21 27 

9 8 
29 34 
29 
26 28 
18 30 
21 35 

25 20 

3 49 

29 58 

34 58 

74 50 
23 54 
34 5 



ol 
Map 



4 
13 

13 

Ki 

21 

8 

10 

1 

1!) 

10 

21 

8 

is 

18 

4 
16 

Ki 
7 
7 

7 

8 
5 

lo 
10 



Place. 



Pcctovio lYttau . 
Pogon P. ... 
Poieaea, Kabia . . 

Pola, Pola . . . 

Polaticum Pr., P. 

di Protnonl re . 
Polaticua s., G. of ', 

tiuemero ... 
Polcinoniuin, Patau 
Policbna .... 
Polichna .... 
Pohmartium, Bo~ 

mono .... i 
Pollcntia, M. Milone . 
Pollentia, Polenta 
Pollentias . . . 
Pollupice, Finale . 
Polysegoa I., Polino 
Polyanthes Fl., 

Switch it za . . 
Polybotuin, Bola- 

irad/in .... 
Polyctorium . . 
Polyrrhenia . . . 

Polytunetu8FL,Zer 
Afchan . . . 
Pontem, ad, near 
Thorpe . . . 
Pcniodiana, Kovo- 
chitza .... 
Pomonc, L'stesned 
Pompoolo, Pamplona 
Pompeia Laus, Lodi 

I'icrhio . . . 
Pompeia Alba, Alba 

Pompeii 

Fompeiopolis, Tash ) 

Kupri .... J 
Pompeiopnlia, prius { 

Soli, Mezatli . . ) 
Pomponiana I. . . . 
Pontem, ad, Chiclana 

Pontes, Staines . . 
Pontes, Cressy . . . 
l\mtes, Pontevedra . 
Pontia I., Ponza . . 
Pontia I., Ghara . . 

•Pontua 

Pon'us ¥\., Radoritz. 
Popilii Forum, For- \ 

limpopoli . . . \ 
Popilii Forum, Pie- j 

tre/esa . . . . ) 
Popletum, T'Ount . 
Popoli, // aratdin . . 
Populoniac Aqute, J 

t'aldana . . . \ 
Populonium, Popu- t 

Ionia . . . . j 
Populonium Prom., i 

C. di Vain pa na . | 
Porata, v. Pyrcthus, 

qua3 et Hierasus 

FL, Pruth . . 
Porphyrion, Khan ) 

en Nehy Yunas . ) 
Porphyriticus M. . . 
Porphyrium . . . 

Porsica 

l'orsuUe, vcl Maxi- ) 

mianopolis . . i 
Portospana, Deh Koh 
Portuensis Via . . . 
Portum, ad, P/njwli . 
Portyospana . . . 
Posidium, Po. Grato . 
Posidium, Possidi 
Posidimn Pr., C. di 

Licosa .... 
Posidium Pr., Stavro 
Posidium Pr. . . 
Posidium Pr., Boz- 

burun .... 
Posidium Pr., Mar- 

marine .... 
Posidium Pr., Kizil- 

man 

Posidiiun Pr., lias 

Mohammed . . 
Posidium Pr. . . 
Posidonia, vel Pacs- \ 

turn, Pesto . . ) 
Potami .... 
Potamos .... 
Potentia, Potenza . 
Potcntia Can ea, ) 

Uhicri . . . . ) 



l.at 






46 26 
37 31 
37 85 
44 52 


\ 
N 

N 

\ 


Hi 1 

-Ml^ 

l ; , 


E 
E 
E 
E 


41 47 


N 




B 


H «S 


N 


11 lo 


i- 


11 4 

37 19 
37 14 


N 
N 


37 1 

I] 'I 


i: 

E 
E 


12 2s 


N 


12 IS 




13 17 
44 4'. 
39 51) 
41 12 
36 47 


N 
N 

N 
N 


13 2(i 
B 

3 1 
1 J 

-'1 1^ 


E 
E 

E 

I 


40 25 


N 


19 40 




38 44 


N 


31 9 


B 


38 27 
35 27 


N 


20 :;.s 


i: 


40 


N 


66 15 


E 


53 2 


N 


53 


W 


43 50 


\ 


23 20 


E 


48 16 
42 46 


N 


10 46 
1 41 


E 
W 


45 17 


N 


9 8 


E 


44 48 
40 47 


! 


8 6 
14 31 


E 
E 


41 37 


X 


:ii 21 


E 


36 45 


X 


34 32 


E 


IS (i 

M\ 27 
51 2."> 
50 IS 
12 2:: 
40 54 
30 47 

40 20 

41 25 


X 
X 
X 
X 

X 
X 

x 

X 

l\ 


6 10 
6 6 

31 

1 50 
8 35 

12 58 
19 57 
38 
23 


E 
W 

vv 

I 

E 
E 
E 
E 


44 11 


N T 


12 7 


E 


40 30 


X 


15 45 


F 


35 8 

46 20 


X 
X 


1 50 
16 28 


W 
E 


42 53 


X 


10 55 


E 


42 59 


N 


10 31 


E 


42 55 


X 


10 30 


E 


45 50 


X 


28 10 


E 


33 38 


X 


35 27 


E 


27 18 
32 51 
37 29 


X 
N 
X 


32 55 
34 59 
38 17 


E 
E 
E 


41 


N 


25 21 


E 


27 20 
41 50 
43 42 
31 20 
35 34 
35 53 


N 
X 
N 

N 
X 
X 


54 7 
12 18 
10 47 
53 
27 5 
35 52 


E 
E 
E 
E 
E 
E 


40 14 


X 


14 55 


E 


39 3 
39 57 


N 
X 


23 6 

23 22 


E 
E 


40 33 


N 


28 48 


E 


36 42 


X 


28 22 


E 


36 5 


N T 


33 9 


E 


27 44 


X 


34 14 


E 


12 41 


N 


43 33 


E 


40 25 


X 


15 


E 


42 
37 18 

40 35 


X 
X 
N 


34 56 
21 S 
15 51 


E 
E 
E 


45 1 


X 


7 51 


E 



N 

IS 

'• 
3 



I'Uce. 



•Poll. 

• 

un . . 

.a . . 

un . . . 

Pr.e-nlimii . . . 

PniMdmui Pompeii 

. ■ 
Piatoriuin, Flam- » 
. . . t 

un . . . . 

.in . . . . 

I'r.ctotiuin . . . 

mm .... 

'I'l.lV.i'.lt.lll.l . . 

Praprenilfl . . . 

Prat 

Prute, v. r 

.JikIihi.i . . . 

Prasiane I 

♦Pimmi, Allahabad i 

a ml Hi rur . . \ 

Pratodii Man 
Prate, P. itapht . 

Prawn Pr 

Prasoa, MutHea . . 
' Pred i\i osij . . . 
Premia Blagna . . . 
Premia Pum . . . 

Premnifl 

Prifernnm, J 

no l'o ) 

Piilis 1.., /.. a 

tiglione ...» 
Priouotua M.. 

rmuu . . . . \ 

PriapidiaP., Negomho 
Priapua, K trabouga . 

Priene 

Probalinthua . . . 
Prochyta I., Proeida. 

Procouta 

Procannesoa I., ) 

Marmora . . \ 

Proerna 

Prolaqueum, J ioraeo 
Promona, Demit . . 

Proni 

Prophthaaia. Jcla- 

labad [rums) . , 
Propontis, Sea of i 

Marmora . . . \ 

Proachium . . . 
'ProsoditSB . . . 

Prosopitis I. . . 
Prote I., Prod' no 

Prote I., Parana- t 

roUet . . . . ) 
Protunica ... 
Prnaa, Brousta . , 

PniM.is. r.Cercinitia i 

Vs., 1 ikinos L. . \ 
Prymiusia . . . 
Psacon Pr., Sjxiila 
Psamathus, Pt. 

Asomalo . . . 
Paaphia . . . . 
Pscudocclis, Mokha . 
Psilum, v. Steium | 

Ostium, Soulineh ) 
Psopliis, Tripotamo . 
Psychium, Po. < hi re 
Paygmi, v. Acama' P. 
•P'sylli, v. Beli . . . 
Psyra I , Ipsera . . 

Psyttalea I 

Ptanadaris . . . . 

Pteros 

Pteroa, Sour . • • 
Pternm Pr., Midia 

Bouroum ■ ■ . 
PtolemaBi CanaUa . 
Ptolemaia . . . 
Ptolemaia, Tolmeiia 
Ptolemaia Bermii, i 

Menahiek ...» 
Ptolemaia, vel Aeo, 

Akka .... 



i-.- 



1 1 




II 


N 






i 










\ 




N 


11 

















I 

17 
11 

lo 
17 
1^ 



N 

\ 

lo \ 

K( 22 N 

19 IS N 

i 
■ 

31 2o X 

id lo .\ 

38 2^ X 
30 10 N 

12 :r, s 

10 v \ 

10 12 X 

io \:> x 

38 4o X 

35 41 X 

18 17 X 

:.; p. N 

■ 
.;•» 7 .\ 

■ 
S \ 

\ 
38 11 N 



11 27 











8 




36 


15 . 


19 


31 : 




22 it 1. 


68 


83 


40 


-l II 


40 






34 


31 


32 


13 : 


11 1 


49 


80 S 1 


is 1. 


27 ] 


23 


14 


2 11 \\ 


27 i 


22 1 l. 


'» E 


12 1 


20 47 1. 


61 . 


26 1 


21 22 1 




31 


21 31 E 


6 17 I. 


30 20 ! 


29 11 L 


23 40 E 


30 1 




22 30 E 


23 51 E 


43 18 1 


29 40 E 


21 51 E 


W E 


51 12 E 


- •> E 


25 3 


■ • E 




57 .- 




29 




i: 




i. 




i; 


31 57 


l. 


35 5 


i-: 



34 



INDEX. 



Place. 



rtoleniais Theron 
Emp., Noica at 
Bar., or F.Mor- 
nington . . . 

Ptoon M 

Ptorotcn, vel Alata 
Castra, Bury lid. 

Ptychia I., Vido . 

Publicanos, ad . . 

Pucinum, Duino . 

Pudni, Kovfideh . , 

•Pulindae, Ajmeer 

Pulipula ..... 

Pullariae Ia3., I. \ 
Brioni . . • . i 

Punientum, Cerenzia 

Punda 

Punicum, S. Mari- 
ne/la, .... 

Punicum .... 

Pura Regia . . . 

Purpurianae lae. . 

Pusgusa, pr. Cara- \ 
litis Ps., L. Beg- j 
shehr, or Kcreli ) 

Putea, ad ... 

Puteo. Nigra . . 

Puteoli, olim Dicee- 
archia, Fozzuoli 

Pydna, Kitics . . 

Pylae Mediae, vel 
Zagrae .... 

Pylae 

Pylae 

Pylora, v. Philos I., ) 
Potior . . . . } 

Pylos 

Pylos 

Pylos, v. Corypha- } 
siuin, Old Nava- [ 
rino ..... j 

Pyramia .... 

Pjramides ... 

Pyramus Fl., Jcihun , 

Pyrasus .... 

Pyrenaei Montes, ] 
Pyrenees . . . i 

Pyrenaeum Pr., C. j 
de L'reus . . . j 

Pyrethus, vel Pora 
ta Fl., Pruth . 

Pyrgi, .v. Severa . 

Pyrgos 

Pyrgos 

PjTgOS 

Pyrrha, Aherona . . 

Pyrrha 

Pyrrha Pr., Anghistri 

Pyrrha, v. Melitsea, ) 
Goura . . . . j 

Pyrrhi Castra . . . 

Pyn-hicus, Kavalos . 

Pythangeti P. . . . 

Pythion 

Pythium 

Pythopolis . . . . 

Pyxirates, vel Eu- 
phrates Fl., Ka- 
ra Su, or Wn. 
Forat .... 

Pyxus FL, Busento 

P'yxus Pr., C. del 
Infreschi . . , 



Lat. 



18 10 

38 27 
57 43 

39 38 
45 45 
45 47 

19 7 
25 30 
21 15 

44 55 

39 17 
30 43 

42 2 

44 45 
23 14 
29 

37 45 



40 50 

40 21 

34 20 

33 28 
42 

26 20 

37 50 
37 27 

36 57 

37 25 
29 57 
37 20 
39 18 

42 40 
42 20 

45 50 

42 

37 24 
39 55 

38 2 
S9 10 

37 34 

39 20 

39 7 

40 10 
36 39 
10 30 

38 7 
40 3 
40 20 



Long. 



39 30 |N 



40 7 
39 57 



Q. 



*Quai)I, v. Colduli, 

Hungary . . , 
Quadrata, Verrva 
Quadrata, v. Stailu- 

cum, Sziget . . 
Quaetus FL, Quicto 
Quercum, ad, Quero . 
Querquenae Aqua?, \ 

Fuenk Santo . ) 
Quintiana, Osterho- ) 

fen i 

Quintiniana, Casaccie 
Quiza, Oran . . . 



38 1C 

23 15 
3 14 

19 56 
6 23 

13 38 
41 3 

72 
72 58 

13 45 

16 51 
43 16 

11 55 

21 35 
59 41 

14 

31 50 

1 39 

16 53 

14 7 

22 32 

46 25 

43 45 
43 40 

54 40 

21 33 

21 42 

21 41 

22 46 
31 10 
36 in 
22 50 


3 21 

28 10 

11 59 

21 42 

22 20 
33 1 

26 19 

27 27 
22 57 

22 24 

20 38 

22 27 
45 30 

23 32 
22 12 

29 28 



39 30 

15 35 

15 27 



48 40 


N 


45 


13 


N 


47 


46N 


45 
46 


21 



N 
N 


42 


10 


N 


48 


37 


N 


42 15 
|35 45 


x 

N 



R. 



Rarbatii 
vel Ar 
ll.ibha 



MOAB, \ 

copolis, I 



31 22 N 



8 14 W 

13 4'e 

11 39 E 
34, W 



35 44 



18 10 


8 


4 


17 


27 


13 

11 


50 

51 



No. 

of 

Map 



23 



22 



20 



Place. 



*Racatae, Lr. Aus- ] 

tria ) 

Raduhennae Lucus 
Ragau, vel Ragaea 
Ragondo, Windisch 

Feisiritz . . . 
llakkath .... 
Kakkon .... 

Kama 

Ramah .... 
Ramah, Er Ham . 
Rameses .... 
Rami ta, Sauntsch 
Ramoth Gilead 
Ramotb. Mizpeh, 

Hamsa . . . 
Raphaneae . . . 
Raphia, Refa . . . 
Rapida Castra, Koleah 

Rapidi 

Rappiana,v.Granirana 

•Rapsii 

Rarapia, Feireira 

Rarassa 

Rasa, vel Gcrasa . . 
Ratae, v. Rage, Lei- ) 

cester . . . . ) 
Rataneum, Viscovich 
Ratiara, Arcer Fa- 

lanka .... 
*Ratiatum, St.Pere 

en Retz . . . 
Ratostathybius FL, 

Wye .... 
Rauda, Rueda . . 
Raudii Campi . . 
*Rauraci .... 
Rauranum . . . 
Ravenna, Ravenna 
Ravius Fl. . . . 
Reate, Rieti . . . 
Rechob .... 
*Redones, File and 

Villa ine . . . 
Refugium Gelae 
Regia, Clog her . . 

Regia 

Regiae, ad . . . 
Regianum, vel Au- 
gusta, Rahova . 
Regillus L., Colonna 
Regina, prius Arto- 

briga, Regensburg 
Regina, Reyna . . . 
*Regio Attene . . . 
Regis Villa . . . . 
Regium FL, Nahr \ 

Melik . . . . j 
RegiumLepidi, Rcggio 
Regius L., Temlovk . 
Regnum, Chichester . 
Regulbium, Rcculvcr. 
Reguntium, Macarsca 
Reii, Riez . . . . 
Remedodia, Plevitz . 
*Remi, Marne . . . 
Remi, olim Duro- 

cortorum, Rheims 
Remisiana . . . 
Remmon .... 
Resafa, vel Sergio- 

polis, Resafah . 
Resaina, vel Theo- 

dosiopolis . . . 
Resinum, Antivari 
Respa, Molfcta . 
Retina, Resina . . 
Retigonium,67ra^A- 

naver .... 
RetigoniusS., L.Ryan 
♦Reuben, Tribus 
*Reudigni, Udtel 

mark, fyc. . 
Reunia, Rean 
Revessio, postea | 

Vellavi, Le Pay ) 

RhaFl 

Rha Occidentalis . . 
Rha Orientalis FL 

Rhabana 

Rhabana Regia . . 
Rhihdium . . . . 
*Rhadama3i, El Ahsa 
Rhaedcstus, prius 

Bisanthes, Ro- 

dosto . . . 
Rhpetaces Fl. . 



Lat. 



48 40 N 



':} 



53 

32 40 

46 26 

33 

32 

44 44 

33 11 

31 52 
47 

46 2,. 

32 11 

32 17 

34 40 
31 12 
36 33 

36 3 
43 29 

30 
38 6 
29 20 
29 49 

52 39 

43 10 

43 49 

47 10 

52 7 

41 24 

45 22 

47 50 

46 20 

44 26 

54 30 

42 24 

33 18 

48 10 

37 4 

54 22 
36 56 

35 15 

43 42 

41 50 

48 58 

38 13 
25 15 

42 17 

33 10 

44 40 
35 53 

50 49 

51 22 

43 20 
43 48 
43 48 

49 20 

49 16 

43 16 

31 30 

35 10 



36 42 

42 
41 11 

40 50 

54 54 

55 

31 40 

52 50 
46 14 
45 3 



52 
5H 
55 
10 50 

23 29 
36 50 

24 10 

40 59 
10 35 



Long 



16 10 

7 
58 10 

15 42 

35 36 

34 45 

6 33 

35 33 
35 14 
32 

16 7 
35 56 

35 57 

36 15 

34 5 

2 40 

3 10 
21 45 
52 30 

8 
75 37 

35 5 

1 6 

17 15 

23 

2 

3 

4 55 

9 

7 10 

1 
12 10 

8 30 
12 48 
35 25 

1 40 

14 15 
7 12 

37 43 

9 45 

24 
12 43 

12 7 

6 
51 15 
11 35 

44 10 



10 38 E 
6 26 E 



51 

1 10 
17 

6 7 

23 5 

4 30 

4 1 

22 12 

34 42 

38 47 

39 59 

19 5 
16 46 
14 22 

5 

5 5 

35 50 

13 30 

13 27 

3 53 



46 

40 
52 

103 40 
56 7 
41 40 
50 5 

27 30 

48 



E 

E 
E 

\V 

W 

E 

E 

E 

E 

E 

E 

OjE 

E 

E 
E 
E 



No. 

of 

Map 

14 

14 
24 

15 

20 
20 

13 
20 
20 
18 
15 
20 

20 

21 
20 
17 
17 
10 
24 
16 
25 
18 

11 

15 
10 

13 

11 

16 
3 

13 

13 
3 

12 
4 

20 

13 

5 
12 
21 
17 

10 



Place. 



.} 






RhaBteae .... 
*Rhaetia, Switz r- 

land, Tyrol, Sgc. 
Rhagae, Kha . . 
*Rhagiana . . . 
Rhagiana . . . 
Hh.tmae .... 
Rhamidava, Rhnnik 
*i(hamnae . . . 
Rhamnus .... 
*Rhandamarcotta, 

in qua Nardus, 

Kiaintown . . 
Rhapta .... 
Rhapta Barbariae 

Metrop. . . . 
Rhaptum Pr. . . 
RhaptusFl. . . . 
*Rhatacensii . . 
Rhaugara . . . 
Rhaunati .... 
*Rhausae .... 

Rhea 

Rheba, Rhehan Cas. 
Rheda, Reda . 
Rhedintovinum, 

Klattau . . 
Rhegama . . . 
Rhegium, Reggio . . 
Rheithron P., G. of \ 

Molo . . . . ) 
Rhenea I., Rhenca . 
Rhenum, ad, Rheineck 
Rhenus FL, Rhine 
Rhenus FL, Reno . . 

Rhesena 

*Rhibii 

Rhinnea I., Seir \ 

Abouneia . 
Rhinocorura, El 

Arish . . 
Rhion, v. Phasis Fl 

Rioni . . . 
Rhion ffinooeion 
Rhiphaei v. Hyper- ) 

boraei Ms. . . . ) 
Rhium Pr., Morea \ 

Cas | 

Rhiusiava, Rottweil . 
Rhizaeum, Rizah . . 
Rhizon, v.Asamum, \ 

Risano . . . . ) 
Rhizonicus S., G. ) 

of Cattaro . . ) 

Rhizus 

Rhoda, Rosas . . . 
Rhodani Ost., Mth. ) 

of the Rhone . . | 
Rhodanus FL, Rhone. 

Rhodia 

Rhodope M., Des- 

poto Dagh . . 
Rhodope M., Des- 

poto Dagh . . 
Rhodopolis . . . . 
Rhodus I., Rhodes 
Rhodus, Rhodes . . 
Rhoeteum . . . . 

Rhogana 

Rhogonis FL, Khalele 
*Rhoxolani . . . . 
Rhozus Pr., Ras el \ 

Khunzir . . . ) 

Rhuda 

Rhudiae, Andria . . 
*Rhunicatae, Bavaria 

Rhus 

Rhyncus 

Rhyndacus FL, ) 

Edrenos Sou : . ) 

Rhypae 

Rhypara 1 

Ricciaeum . . . . 
Ricina, Macerata . . 
Rieina, Reeco . . . 
Ricina, v. Riduna I., 

Rathlin . . . 
Riduna I., Alderney 
Riduna, v. Ricina 1. 
Rigodimum, War- ) 

rington . . . ) 
Rigodutum ... 
Rigoraagus ... 
Rigomagus, Rinco 
Rigunea .... 
*Rigusci, N. Lorn- 1 

bardy , . . .. j 



Lat. 



37 30 N 

46 30 N 

35 32 1 N 
35 50 ;N 
25 17 In 
41 36 N 

45 27 N 
27 20 N 

38 13|N 

23 30 N 

2 10 8 

2 20 S 

3 20iS 

2 OS 

46 20!N 
32 54!N 
25 12 N 

9 N 



37 5 
53 4 
14 45 

49 30 

25 33 

38 5jN 

38 22 N 

37 27 N 
47 27 !N 

50 40JN 
44 47|N 
35 23 N 

39 40JN 

25 15 N 
31 4 N 



42 10 
33 3 
54 

38 18 

48 10 

41 2 

42 30 

42 24 

39 40 

42 16 

43 30 

44 20 
36 17 

42 

41 20 

42 29 
36 10 
36 16 
39 59 
25 35 
29 40 
48 

36 20 



30 15 N 
41 15 N 



48 30 
38 2 

38 33 

39 55 

38 16 
37 39 

49 37 

43 21 

44 24 

55 20 

49 43 
55 20 

53 24 



Long. 

22 2 

10 30 

51 54 
51 
64 15 
25 50 
27 7 
66 20 
24 2 

98 

40 
39 50 



o 



40 
39 

24 30 
63 48 



Map. 

E 

E 

E 21 
E 24 
K 21 
E 10 
E I 10 
E j 24 
E 



49 56 

50 39 
45 3N 

48 37 In 

45 55 ;N 



37 
45 
61 
7 
45 

13 14 

55 45 
15 41 

20 42 

25 16 

9 33 

7 10 
11 20 

41 59 

56 

54 25 
33 44 

42 15 

22 56 
60 

21 47 

8 38 

40 29 

18 42 

18 40 

22 46 

3 10 

4 30 

4 33 

30 30 

24 

25 20 

42 43 
28 
28 17 

26 15 
58 51 
51 

41 

35 4: 



E 

E 
E 
E 
E 
E 
E 
W 
0E 



61 E 

16 18 E 



12 3C 
21 22 

21 19 

28 50 

22 3 
26 59 

6 22 

13 29 
9 9 

6 20 

2 15 
6 20 

2 35 

7 



10 



2 

7 8 

8 14|E 
2 27| W 

0E 



INDEX 



Place. 



Kimmon, Biniunon . 
Rimmon, Buinmanch 
Ripa Alta, v. Penoz- \ 

ullum Prom., (Jrd \ 

lid ) 

•Ripenae, Salzburg, 

I pr. Austria . 
Rithymna, Betimo 
llittium, Szarduk . . 
Ritubium, lietorbio . 
Ritumugus . . . . 

Boana 

Koberetum, Gmndars 
•Robogdii, A nt run t 

and Londonderry \ 
Robogdium Prom., 

lair Hd. . . 
Robrica .... 
Kodium, lioyc . . . 
Rodumna, Boanna . 
Roma, Borne . . . 
Romatinus P., Po. ) 

Lcmene . . . ) 
Romecbium, Romech i 
Romula, Bisuccia . . 
Romula, sub . . . 

Romula 

Romula, Carlstadt . 
•Ropluta? . . . . 
Roscia Portus . . . 
Roseianum, Bossano . 
Rosci Campi . . . 
Rossicus Scopulus, ) 

Bas el Kanzir . \ 
Rotomagus, Bouen . 
Rubi, Buvo . . . . 
Rubico Fl., Fiumirino 
Rubra, ad, Prima \ 

Porta . 
Rubras, ad, Cabezas 

Bttbias . 
Rubras, ad 
Rubresus L., Etang ) 

dc Sigcan . . . I 
Rubricatus Fl., Llo 

bregat .... 
Rudiae Calabria? . 
Ruffium, S. Angclo . 
Rufrium, Buvo . . 
•Rugii, Pomcrania . 
Rugium, Bugcnwaldc 

Rubah 

Rusadir, Melillah 
Rusadir Pr., Basud 

Dir 

Rusazus, Dell./z . 
Ruscino, Perpignan . 
Rusellae, Boselle . . 
Rusgonia, Zershal 

Rusiana 

Rusibis P., Azamor . 
Rusicade, nr. Storah . 

Rusidava 

Rusippisir, Sarab \ 

Velrab . . . . \ 

Ruspae 

Russinus M. ... 
Rusticiana . . . . 
Rusubritari, Tefcsadl 
Rusucurru, SidiFerej 
*Ruteni, Aveiron . . 
Rutuba Fl., Botta. . 
Rutunium, Bon-ton . 
Rutupiae, Bichbo 

rough . . . 
Ryssadiiun Pr. . 



Lat. 



as | 



31 57 

32 -^ 



58 8 



47 06 

35 22 
45 4 
44 59 
49 22 

36 10 
41 50 

55 

55 13 



47 20 


N 


4!) 40 


N 


46 3 


N 


41 54 


X 


45 37 


N 


38 24 


X 


41 4 


N 


41 G 


N 


44 17 


N 


45 27 


V 


31 lo 


N 


39 36 


N 


39 34 


N 


42 28 


N 


36 19 


N 


49 20 


X 


41 In 


N 


44 11 


N 


42 1 


N 


37 43 


N 


34 53 


X 


43 4 


X 



41 50 

40 22 

41 23 
40 52 

53 50 

54 17 

32 35 
35 19 

35 30 

36 50 

42 39 
42 51 
36 34 
48 

33 17 
36 53 
44 13 



X 
X 
X 

X 
X 
X 
X 

N 

36 45 |n 

35 10 N 

43 ON 

39 56 N 

36 35 N 
36 40 N 

44 20 N 
43 50 N 
52 44 N 

51 17 N 

14 ON 



Long. 



35 19 E 
85 20 E 

3 32, \V 

13 80 E 

24 29 E 

20 20 E 

9 E 

1 9|E 

57 S5|E 

W 



6 44 
6 30 

6 10 

9 

2 46 
4 4 

12 27 

12 55 

16 24 
15 23 
15 15 

23 51 

15 33 
67 30 

16 39 
16 41 
12 47 

35 47 

1 5 
16 31 
12 25 

12 27 

6 53 

1 50 

3 5 

1 46 

18 17 

14 8 

15 30|E 

15 30|E 

16 20 IE 
35 IE 

2 54 W 

2 58 W 

3 55 E 
2 56 E 

11 12 E 



2 4 

7 16 

8 25 
6 55 

24 22 

3 30 

10 50 

19 20 

6 4 



1 20 
17 30 



Ma|i. 

20 
20 

12 



S. 



Saana, vel Gaana . . 

Saba 

Saba, v. Sheba, Sabea 

BabadibcB las., Lin- 
en ra, S/c. . . . 

•Sabaei, El Yemen 

Sabara ..... 

Sabara, vel Savius ) 
Fl., Mur . . . S 

Sabaracus Fl., Ira- ) 
waddy . . . . I 

Sabaracus S., Mar- 
taban .... 

•Sabara?, Bahar . 

Sabaria, Stcinar- 
nanger .... 

Sabata, vel Sambane 



33 46 
38 57 
16 50 


X 

X 

X 


36 30 
38 51 
43 28 


E 
E 
E 


21 
19 
23 


6 


X 


95 20 


E 


25 


17 15 

16 25 


X 

N 


44 30 
96 


E 
E 


23 
25 


47 


N 


15 30 


E 


15 


20 


N 


95 


E 


25 


16 


N 


97 


E 


25 


24 


N 


85 


E 


25 


47 10 


X 


16 31 


E 


15 


33 18 


X 


45 33 


i-; 


22 



Place. 



Babate, Braeriane 

Sabatha Metro])., v. . 
Sabota Manaba. 
Mara . . . . ) 

Sabatia Yada, Vadc 
Sabatinca, Gobrang 
Sabatinua L., Brae- 1 

CltlllO . . . . i 

Babatoa FL, Sabbalo 
Sabatus, v. Orima- 
rius PL, Sat u'o . 
Sabbia, Saba . . 
Babe Regit, Sana . 
BaU 

Sabini, SaHna, fe, 
Babio, Seben . . 
Babia PL, Sombre . 

Sabiaaa, Cahul 
Babium, Sabbio 
Sablonea .... 
Baboa 

Sabota Mariaba, v. 
Sabatha Bietrop., 
March .... 

Sabrata, v. Abroto- 

maa 1 TripoliF r ec- 

cliia .... 

Babrina .llstuar., 
M. qf Severn . . 

Babrina Fl., Severn 

Sabrinum, ad, Sea 
Mills .... 

Sabris 

Sabus, v. Savus Fl., 
Wad Jidi, or 
Adjrdce . . . 

*Saca? 

Saca\ Tibet .... 

Sacalbiua 

Sacane 

•Saeasena .... 

•Sacastenes .... 

Sacatia, llodeida . . 

Saccada 

Sacer M., Sa. de ) 
Monchique . . \ 

Sacer S., Grant liar. 

Sachalite<S. (Pto- \ 
lemaei) ... J 

Sacole 

Sacral 

Sacrone 

Sacrum Ost., Vizi \ 
Mth \ 

Sacrum Pr., C. St. \ 
Vincent . . . ) 

Sacrum Pr., Corse 

Sada , 

Sadame ..... 

*Sa?tabis, Xativa S. ) 
Felipe . . . . ( 

Sagalassus, Aglasoun 

Saganus Fl. . . . 

Sagdiana I., Busheab 

Sagis, Po. di Mag- 
it avarca . . . 

Sagrus Fl., Sangro 

Saguntia, v. Segon- 
tia, Siyuenza 

Saguntum . . . 

Sagylium .... 

Saiace, vel Satula . 

*Saii, Orne . . . 

Saii, .S'> ez . . . . 

Sais. Sa el Hagar . 

Saiticum, v Taniti- 
cum Ost., Foum 
Dm Faradjcn . 

Saittae, Sid as Kaleh 

Sala, Salce or Sla . 

Sala 

Sala Fl., Wad Bu ) 
Begrcb . . . . f 

Salacia .... 

Salaminias, vel Ire 
nopolis, Snlamic 

SilamisVetus . . 

Salamis Nova . . 

Salamis, postea 
Constantia, Cos- 
tanza .... 

Salamis I., Koulouri . 

Salapia, Satpi . . . 

Salaria, Chinchilla . 

Salaria, AlcaccrdoSol 

Salaria Via . . . . 

SalarusFl., Bunth . 



Lat. 






15 15 



it 16 

12 s 

41 5 

89 11 

15 15 

15 2! i 
35 2s 
12 2o 

16 I- 
.',0 2> 
32 (ON 
l.') II \ 
.')1 20 N 
.9 50 X 



15 4.') 

32 47 

:>1 20 

52 2 

.'.1 2'. i 

38 57 

34 10 



10 

35 
39 8 
37 35 
41 35 
31 45 
14 47 
35 1 

37 20 

29 

16 



X 
N 
X 

X 
X 
X 
X 
X 

X 

X 

N 

19 X 
41 45 N 

32 56 N 



44 36 

37 1 

43 1 
19 20 
42 14 

39 

37 41 

26 25 
26 48 

44 47 

42 10 

41 4 

39 38 
41 

2') 



4IN 
1 X 



48 35 
48 35 

30 56 

31 10 



38 46 N 



31 
41 

33 53 
42 3 

34 55 

37 53 
37 57 

35 6 



37 55 

41 23 

38 57 
38 23 

42 9 
25 45 



3 X 
X 



Long. 



No. 



naaa. 







45 32 


1. 


8 23 

1 


I. 
1. 


12 ! 


1. 


Ill 


1. 


L6 !: 


B 


I | << 
4 1 81 

1 1 

13 

II 80 
4 80 

70 SO 

lo 20 

6 10 

'.11 i. 


B 

i: 

i. 

E 

I 

i: 

Y. 

i: 
B 
B 


45 32 




12 80 


I. 


3 10 


\Y 


2 10 


W 


2 88 


W 




i: 


4 50 


E 


78 
78 


B 

1". 



47 43 E 
39 3o E 

ii 45 1; 

03 (I E 

42 59 E 

43 31 E 



8 10 
48 30 

52 30 

34 
12 13 
47 3 

29 18 

8 59 

9 25 
94 10 
27 17 

1 

30 50 
57 30 

53 23 

11 58 
14 25 

2 40 



17 

35 50 

41 35 E 
— 
9 E 

30 53 E 



32 25 



28 42 E 

6 49 \V 

41 55 E 



6 20 

7 57 

37 

23 26 
23 32 E 

34 2 



23 30 
16 3 
1 40 
8 19 
12 41 
59 15 



19 






■ 
^il.uli.i, .v ihija . 
•Salathl . . . 

ran . . 



Bak In .... 

i 1 1 — i i 

/ "iizta 

. . 
Saletir , 

Saicrnui 

Baletio .... 

Salia 

Bailee q 

probana, < % >/!on . 
Salina Vctua, 

Z'H'.k .... 

•Salina- .... 

Salinas 

Salinas .... 
Salinas. Droitwiek 

Salioclr. ... s 

• • . 
Bjliaao .... 
Belle, a 

eaj 

Silluntum . . . 
Banna, Sal* miah . 
Balmalaaaua . . . 
Balmantica, ve! 1 .1- 

mantiea, 

ROHM .... 

Balmone .... 

S.ilimis v.s.ihmmti, i 
Mahintn . . . \ 
SalmydesMis, Midieh 
Salmjdeasaa Littus 
Salniocia PL . . . 
Salodorum, SoUttre 
Balonaa, Salona 

Sala, ^el Tan 

Zoan, .sv//i . . 
Salaovia .... 
Salsuhe, Si i Ices . . 
Salana Laooa . . 
Balsas, vel Carina 

FL, Bud Shiur . 

Baltic! .... 
Saltus Qalnanns, 

Stiltino . . . 
Salurnuin, Solum 
Salva, ( Jfd/u . . 
Salvia Urbs, I ili- 

taqlia .... 
Salvia;, vel Silvia, 

A'ettpris . . . 
Salvanena . . . 
»8alyee .... 
Samachonites I,., v 

Merom, Buhr el 

Iliilch .... 

■Samflri .... 

*Samamyehii . . 
♦Samara IT., Somme 
Samarade . . . 
Samaran .... 
•Samaria .... 
Samaria, v. Sebaste, 

Scbustich . . . 
Samariana, Ashraf 
Bamarobriva, postea ) 

Ambiani, Am 
Sambana, vel Sabata . 
Sambracate I., \ 

liiirka I. . . . j 
Sambracate, Burha . 
Sambracitanus S. . . 
Same, Smnos . . . 

aenl 

Samia, v. Arenc . . 

Samieom 

Samidaeea, vel Canate 
Samidaces PL, Simroo 
Saminthos, //. Skala 
•Samninm, Priori- 1 

/ni to, §c. . . . $ 

Samnimn, Cerro . . 

Sainoniuin Pr. . . . 
Samoa L, .sv«»jo . . 

Samoa 

Samosata 

Samothraee I., S - I 
mothraM . . , j 



l.. a, 









of 



88 1^ 2J 



II 10 N 

■ l V \ 



« II 

- 



11 lo N 

17 17 M 

85 50 N 

27 80 \ 

39 33. N 

I i 25 N 

io 15 N 

17 46 N 

: ; L2 1 N 

83 7 N 

II 40 \ 
31 SO \ 
50 8 X 



23 47 



N 

13 17 \ 

sa 1 1 \ 

17 I.' N 
11 25 x 

17 i \ 
37 UN 
187 81 N 

40 -2 j x 



II 4 1. 

I : i 

18 51 

14 II B 



7 2i i: 



I I 



21 33 

16 31 
31 55 

56 

1 39 

10 37 

11 10 

17 8 

5 40 

35 38 

15 v 

2 
I 

n n 

35 ii ;: 

■ 

20 I" I. 

47 B 

II 

26 18 K 

! 



- 






\\ 16 



36 



INDEX. 



Place. 



Samothrace, Samo~ 
thruki .... 

Samtus Fl. . . . 

Samulocenis . . . . 

Sane 

Sane 

Sane, v. Uranopolis . 

Saneis 

Sanctio, Seckinge7i 

Sandace 

Sandobanes Fl. . . . 

*Sandrabatis . . . 

Sangala 

Sangarii Fons. . . . 

Sangarius Fl. . . . 

Sangia 

Sanina 

Sanitium, Scncz . . 

Sannina, Lukeran 

Santicum, Schunt- ) 
schach .... | 

*Santones, Lower \ 
Char cute . . . j 

Santonum P. . . . 

Santonum Pi*. . . . 

Santuta 

Sanua, Signak . . . 

Saoce M 

Saocoras, v. Masca Fl. 

Sapha 

*Sapharita?, El Yemen 

Saphir, Saivajir . . 

Saphtha 

Sapparine, vol Sas- ) 
parine L . . . j 

Sappirine I., Shad- ) 
Han ) 

Saraca 

♦Saracena . . . . 

*Saraceni, El Jeb I . 

Sarada, Loukin . . 

Saragma 

SaraUum 

Saranga 

Sarapana Zadris . . 

Sarapis, vel Ogyris 
I., Masscra . . 

♦Saravene . . . . 

Saravus Fl., Save . . 

Sardes, Sort . . . 

*Sardiata?, Bosnia 

Sardica, v. Serdica, ] 
So] hi a . . , . ( 

*Sardoncs, E. Py- j 
renees . . . . J 

Sardonyi M., Sa7it- ) 
poor a . . . . \ 

Sarepta, v. Zarepbath 

Sarid 

Sariga, Shunikhs . . 

Saripha?a, Surafcnd . 

Sari phi Ms 

*Sarita?, El Yemen . 

Sarium 

Sarmadium, Mmo 

Sarnialius, Sarialan . 

Sarmata? 

*Sarmatia Asiatic a 

*Sarmatia Europaca . 

Sannatica I., Leti 

Sarmaticae, v. Cau- 
casia? Pylse, Da- 
riel Pass . . . 

Sarmatici Ms., Met- 
res Bern 

Sarmizegethusa, vel 
Ulpia Trajani 
Farhely 

Sarnade, v. Indenea, 
Traunik . . . 

Sarnia I., Guernsey 

Sarnus Fl., Sarno . 

Saron. Lesia . . 

*Saronas .... 



, vel ) 

.''.I 



Saronicus S., G. of 1 
Athens, or Egina ) 

Sarpedon Pr., Or em c a 

Sarpedonium Pr., ) 
Lissan el Kapch j 

Sana, vel Tyrus, Sur. 

Sarraca, Sarche . . 

Sarrane 

Sarsina 

Sarta, P. Sikia . . 

*Sarunetes, Vorarl- 
bi-rg, $c. . . . 

SarusFL, Seihun . 



Lat. 



40 20 

26 
48 5 
40 4 
40 21 
40 22 
35 15 
47 89 
18 30 
40 46 
28 
31 15 
39 26 
39 30 
39 43 
12 46 
43 53 



X 

N 
N 
N 
N 

N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
38 37 IN 

46 29 N 

46 ON 

45 50 N 
45 42iN 

40 43 N 

41 36|N 



40 26 
35 
37 58 
13 45 
31 41 
27 20 



27 30,N 

27 15 N 

15 43 N 

30 15|N 
29 15 N 
10 45 N 
29 37 N 
39 30 N 
25 8'N 

42 2 In 

20 25 N 

38 15 N 
49 20 N 

38 28 IN 

43 55 1 N 

42 35 N 



42 35 

21 40 

33 27 N 

32 52 N 
36 30 N 



31 55 
34 30 
15 50 
15 7 
40 7 
40 13 

43 50 
50 
52 
45 20 

42 30 

48 45 
45 27 

44 10 

49 30 N 

40 48 JN 
37 32 N 

32 25 N 



37 50 
40 36 
36 12 



33 18 

46 7 
37 22 
43 5,5 JN 
40 2N 

47 10 N 
37 45 N 



Long. 



25 32 

77 
9 5 

23 21 

23- 58 
•23 58 

50 12 
7 53 

34 20 

47 39 
75 
74 20 
32 38 
32 

32 29 

43 55 
6 25 

48 54 

14 6 

30 

1 13 
1 16 

46 44 

:g h 

25 36 
41 30 
41 17 
41 10 
34 45 
48 50 

34 

34 30 

44 12 

33 15 
41 15 

105 55 

22 36 

34 58 
66 45 
43 10 

58 45 



38 20 
6 45 

28 2jE 
18 30 E 

23 29 
2 30 

77 

35 20 
35 7 

61 15 
34 52 

62 30 
43 45 
48 15 
18 23 
33 36 
21 16 
46 
30 

29 15 

45 



20 15 

22 50 

17 40 

2 35 

14 44 

23 17 
35 

23 20 

26 5 

33 59 

35 13 

10 53 

38 58 

12 5 

23 58 

9 30 

.35 20 



No. 
of 

Map 



Place. 



*Sasii 

Sasina P., Po. Cesareo 

Sason I., Sasscna . . 

Sata 

Sataphara . . . . 

Saticula, S. A. dci Goti 

Satina 

Sation 

*Satrapene . . . . 

Satricum 

Satula, vel Saiace . . 

Saturnia, vel Auri- > 
nia, Saturnia . \ 

Saturni, vel Scom- \ 
braria Pr., (J. de \ 
Palos . . . . ) 

Satyrorum la?., Oby . 

Satyrorum Pr., Mui ) 
Sha Kaoe , . . j 

Saura 

Sava 

*Savadii 

Savaria, Bruck . . 

*Savia, Sclavonia . . 

Savius, vel Sabara ) 
Fl., Muhr . . . ] 

Savus, v. Sabus FL, ) 
Wad Jidi, or Ad- 
jedee .... 

Savus, v. Saus FL, 
Save, or Sau . . 

*Saxones, Holstein 

Saxonicum Littus . 

Sazoa 

Scabicsa, v. Laodi- \ 
cea ad Libanum, > 
Djnssi el Djedcdc ) 

Scabina .... 

Scaidava, Ablanov 

Scala Tyriorum, vel 
Scala Zor, lias en 
Nakura . . . 

Scalabis, Sanfarem 

Scaldis FL, Scheldt 

ScamanderFl. . . 

Scanatus .... 

Scandaria Prom., 
North Pt. . . 

Scandea, Kapsali . 

*Scandia, v. Scandi- 
navia .... 

Scandia? Insula? . , 

Scandile I., Scangero 

Scantate . . . . , 

Scapris P., Scarlino 

Scapte Hyle . . . 

Scarabantia, CEden- ) 
burg . . . . j 

Scardona I., Grossa , 

Scardona, Scardona , 

Scarphea . . . . 

Scarpona, Pont a ) 
Mousson . . . ) 

Scenae, Tekrit . . . 

Scenae Veterorum, 
Hasanieh . . . 

Scete 

Schoedia .... 

Schaera .... 

Schinussa I., Stinosa 

Scbcenus, Kalamdki 

Schoenus, Morikios 

Sciathos I. et Civ., ) 
Skiatho . . . ) 

Scidrus, Sapri . . 

Scillus , 

Scipionis Monu- \ 
mentum, Sepul- > 
ero de Scipion . ) 

♦Sciri 

♦Sciritis .... 

Scironides Petrae . 

Scirus 

Scodra, Skutari . 

ScollisM. . . . , 

Scolus 

Scombraria I., Es- ") 
combrera . . . ) 

Scombraria, vel Sa- \ 
turni Pr., C. de > 
Palos . . . . J 

§combrus, vel Scor- 
nius M., Kodja 
Balkan . . . 

Scopelos I., Scopelo 

Scopelos .... 

Scopi, Uskup . . 



Lat. 




Long 




No. 1 

of 






Map. 


9 


N 


38 


K 


1 


40 16 


N 


18 


R 


5 


40 29 


N 


19 15 


V, 


10 


23 45 


X 


51 45 


V, 


23 


40 10 


N 


47 45 


K 


22 


41 6 


N 


14 27 


V, 


4 


43 38 


N 


6 27 


V, 


13 


40 55 


N 


20 46 


F, 


10 


33 


N 


45 40 


V, 


22 


41 34 


N 


12 43 


V, 


4 


29 1 


N 


41 35 


E 


23 


42 47 


N 


11 31 


E 


4 


37 35 


N 


42 


w 


16 


8 40 


N 


106 30 


E 


25 


8 45 


N 


1C5 


E 


25 


31 40 


N 


50 1 


F, 


24 


36 18 


N 


4 45 


E 


17 


35 40 


N 


69 


R 


24 


47 26 


N 


15 15 


E 


15 


45 35 


N 


17 40 


E 


15 


47 


N 


15 30 


E 


15 


34 10 


N 


4 50 


E 


17 


45 10 


N 


17 30 


E 


15 


54 


N 


10 


F, 


14 


49 50 


N 


40 


F 


13 


38 45 


N 


46 17 


E 


24 


34 26 


N 


36 27 


E 


21 


38 50 


N 


47 30 


E 


24 


43 44 


x\ 


25 46 


E 


10 


33 -5 


N 


35 7 


E 


20 


39 15 


N 


8 36 


W 


16 


51 10 


N 


4 15 


F 


13 


39 50 


N 


26 15 


I) 


9 


39 27 


N 


36 29 


E 


19 


36 58 


N 


27 20 


E 


9 


36 9 


N 


23 1 


E 


9 


65 


N 


15 


E 


1 


55 


N 


11 


V. 


14 


39 4 


N 


24 7 


E 


9 


28 20 


N 


40 28 


E 


23 


42 52 


N 


10 50 


E 


3 


41 4 


N 


25 48 


E 


10 


47 44 


N 


16 38 


F 


15 


44 


N 


15 


F 


15 


43 52 


N 


15 54 


F 


15 


38 48 


N 


22 40 


E 


8 


48 51 


N 


6 


E 


13 


34 35 


N 


43 38 


E 


22 


30 14 


N 


31 22 


E 


18 


30 13 


N 


30 23 


E 


18 


31 7 


N 


30 7 


E 


18 


36 52 


N 


14 41 


F 


5 


36 53 


N 


25 32 


E 


9 


37 56 


N 


23 1 


E 


7 


38 24 


N 


23 20 


E 


8 


39 14 


N 


23 30 


E 


8 


40 3 


N 


15 40 


E 


5 


37 36 


N 


21 37 


E 


7 


37 27 


N 


2 2 


W 


16 


55 30 


N 


20 3 


E 


1 


37 20 


N 


22 20 


E 


7 


37 58 


N 


23 15 


E 


7 


37 18 


N 


22 26 


E 


7 


42 14 


N 


19 30 


E 


15 


38 


N 


21 35 


E 


7 


38 15 


N 


23 25 


E 


8 


37 32 


N 


1 


W 


16 


37 35 


N 


42 


W 


16 


42 25 


N 


22 50 


E 


10 


39 10 


N 


23 40 


E 


9 


39 9 


N 


23 45 


E 


9 


41 55 


N 


21 45 


E 


10 



Place. 



*Scordae .... 
Scorobas M., Bein- 

der Dagh . . . 
Scorpionis Statio . 

Scotussa 

Scotussa . . . . , 
Scultenna . . . , 
Scurgum, Skarszcwa , 
Scydisces M. . . , 
Scydra . . . . , 
Scylace . . . . , 
Scylax FL, Gulkiras 
Scylla, Scilla . . , 
Scyllacium, Squillace 
Scyllacius S., G. di 

Sqitillace . . . 
Scyllaeum Pr., Skyli 
*Scymnia . . . . 

*Scynitae 

ScyrasFl 

Scyros I., Skyro . . 

Scyros 

Scytala I., Jubal . . 

*Scythia 

*Scythia, intra Imaum 
*Scythia,extra Iinaum 
*Scythia Parva . . . 
*Scythiaca . . , . 

*Scythini 

*Scythini 

Scythopolis, Beisan . 
ScythranusP., Mar- 

sa Toubrouk . . 
Sebaste .... 
Sebaste, Ayash 
Sebaste, prius Ca- 

bira, Siuas . . 
Sebastopolis, v. Di- 

oscurias . . . 
Sebatum, Seb . . 
Sebennyticura Ost., 

Bourlos . . . 
Sebennytus, Sama- 

noud .... 
Sebennytus, v. Bu- 

ticus L., Bourlos 
Sebethus Fl., Mad- 

dalena .... 
Sececrince la?. . . 
Secerrae, S. Celoni 
Secor Ptus., Sables ) 

d'Olonne . . . ) 
Securisca .... 
Segobriga, Segorbe 
Segontia, Epila . 
Sedala .... 
SeducaFl. ... 

Sedula 

*Seduni, S. Valais 
Sedunia .... 
*Segalauni, Drome 
Segedunum . . . 
Segelocum, v. Age- 
locum, Littlebo- 

rough .... 
Segessera, Clairvaux 
Segesta? .... 
Segesta? Emporium, 

Castel a Mare . 
Segeste, Sestri . . 
Segisamo. . . . 
Segni, Ciney . • 
Segobia, Segovia . 
Segobriga, Molina 
Segodunum, postea 

Ruteni, llodez . 
Segodunum, Siegen 
Segontia, v. Sagun- 

tia, Siguenza 
Segontium, C'aer 

Seiont .... 
Segora, Bressuire . 
Segosa .... 
*Segusiani, Loire . 
Segusianorum Fo- 
rum, Feurs . . 
Segusio, Suza . . 
Segustero, Sisteron 
Selachu?a I., S. Jo- 

annis .... 
Sela?, Salchieh . . 
Selambina . . . 
Selampura . . . 

SelasFl 

Selemnus Fl. . . 
Seleucia .... 
Seleucia .... 



1 20 

39 22 

41 1 
44 47 
53 47 

40 30 
40 50 
40 21 
40 20 
38 13 
38 49 

38 50 

37 28 N 

42 43 N 

12 ON 
36 42 N 

38 50 
38 49 
27 37 
40 30 
48 
40 
44 30 
30 30 
40 15 
40 20 
32 33 




31 57 

38 32 
36 30 

39 39 

42 45 
46 50 
31 35 

30 58 

31 20 

40 53 

19 10 

41 44 

46 29 

43 40 

39 52 
41 40 

40 42 

36 50 

45 7 

46 25 
46 14 

44 50 
54 5 

53 19 

48 10 

37 59 

38 2 



44 17 


N 


42 14 


N 


50 18 


N 


41 4 


N 


40 57 


N 


44 21 


N 


50 52 


N 


41 4 


N 



53 7 

46 50 

44 11 

45 40 

45 44 

45 6 
44 10 

37 49 

30 47 

36 46 
30 35 

37 

38 17 
36 22 
33 3 



43 40 

22 30 

23 32 
11 10 
18 5 
40 

21 59 
28 23 
35 30 

15 44 

16 29 

16 50 

23 31 

42 35 

22 
22 31 

24 25 
24 36 

33 45 
60 
65 
90 

28 30 

30 15 

40 30 

43 

35 33 

24 7 

29 51 

34 11 

36 55 

41 5 

11 39 

31 4 

31 16 
31 

14 19 

72 50 

2 

1 4J 

25 ( 

30 

1 12 

42 10 

4 40 

8 24 
7 40 

7 26 

5 
1 31 

50 

4 44 

12 54 

12 52 

9 27 

3 58 

5 3 

4 10 

1 48 

2 35 

8 4 
2 40 

4 15 

35 

1 2 
4 

4 13 



7 2 


E 


5 57 


E 


23 16 


F 


32 


E 


3 44 


W 


83 28 


E 


21 41 


F 


21 50 


F 


33 57 


E 


44 30 


F 



No. 
of 

Map. 



INDEX. 






Place. 



Sclcucia .... 
Selcucia (Suriana) 
Selcucia Pieria, vel 

ad Mare, .S' Itikie 
Seleuco Bolus, vel 

Seleucia ad Be- 

litm, Djisr Shogr 
Selge . . . . . 
*Selgovse, Ayr and 

Dumfries . . . 
•Seli, v. Psylli . . . 
Solinam, ad, Dcskfvrd 
Sclmos, Aosmos . . 
Selinunte Thermce 

Seiacca . . . 
Selinus, Terra di ) 

Pulci .... | 
Selinus, vel Traja- ) 

nopolis, Silenty . ) 
Se.inus Fl., Vostitza 
Selinus Fl. ; Silenty 
Sellasia .... 
Selleis Fl. . . . 
Se.leis Fl. . . . 
•Sellete .... 
Sellium .... 
Selymbria, vel Eu- ) 

doaiopolis, Silicri ) 
Semanthini M. . . 
Semeros, Bcncyhdcm 
Seaiiramidis Fossa 
Semiramidis, vel 

Strongyle M., 

Bumbarack Rock 
Scmne, Manga I ore 
•Semnoncs, Bran- \ 

denburg, Lusa- ; 

tia, Sjc. . . . ) 
Sempronii Forum, ) 

Fussonibrone . . j 
Sena Gallica, Sim- 

gaglia .... 
Sena (Julia), Siena 
Sena Fl., Shannon 
Sena, v. Siambis I., \ 

I. de Sein . . . ) 
Senia, Segna . . 
•Senoncs .... 
*Senones, Loiret . 
Senonia I., Zannone 
♦Senonia, v. Lugdu- 

nensis Quarta . 
*Sensii .... 
Sentantiorum P., ) 

Kibble . . . . \ 
Sentice, Siete Carre- { 

ras ) 

Sentinum, Senfina 

Sen us Fl 

Sepeia .... 
Sepelaci, Villa Ileal 
Sepias Pr., Sepias . 
Sepinum, Sepino . 
Scpomana, (J ma go 
Septem Arae, Asumar 
SeptemMaria,A.VAs. 

ofthePo.. . . 
Septempeda, S. Sc- 

verino .... 
Septentrionalis Oce- 

anus .... 
Septimancas, Si- 

mancas . . . 
SepthnunicioD . . 
Sepyrrus M. . . 
Sequana FL, Seine 
•Sequani .... 

Sera 

Serapium .... 
Serastere .... 
Serbetes Fl., Isscr . 
Serdica, v. Sardioa, 

Sophia .... 
Serena, Villievo . 
Sergiopolis, vel Re- 

safa, Resafah 
Seriane, Esrie . . 
•Serica ... 
Serici, vel Erodi Ms. 
Serinda . . . , 
Seriphos, Serpho . 
Seriphos I., Serphi 
Sermanicomagus . 
Sermusa .... 
Sermyle, Ormelia . 
Scrota, Gradina . 
Serpa, Serpa . . 



Lat. 



33 6 
31 30 

36 7 



35 50 

37 15 

55 10 

30 
.37 3.) 
37 3 

37 30 

37 36 

36 15 

38 10 

36 30 

37 11 

38 

39 20 
i2 2;> 

39 43 

11 9 

22 
',2 40 
35 50 

25 47 

13 5 

32 

13 42 

13 44 

13 22 
•33 

18 3 

15 2 
13 45 
18 

40 58 

43 20 

44 45 

53 42 



10 54 N 



43 24 
15 
37 36 
39 55 
39 12 



41 26 N 



45 24 
39 7 

45 
43 14 
70 

41 35 

34 46 
32 
49 
47 

34 30 
30 27 
37 54 
36 20 

42 35 N 
45 45 N 

35 10 N 



35 11 
42 

33 
30 42 
37 10 
37 10 
46 

39 1 

40 15 
45 53 
37 5S 



Lonj,'. 



3.3 39 
48 4.3 

35 55 



36 21 

31 15 

4 20 

18 

2 43 
22 39 

13 6 

12 44 

32 22 

22 3 
32 30 
22 26 
22 41 

20 SO 

27 20 
8 31 

28 18 

100 

21 25 
40 5 

57 45 

75 

13 20 

12 47 

13 14 

11 9 

8 18 

4 50 

14 52 

12 45 

3 

13 5 

2 30 
27 20 

2 55 

5 47 

12 48 
105 

22 46 

9 

23 24 

14 30 

13 31 
7 6 

12 35 

13 10 
10 

4 52 

9 55 
93 

1 37 

6 
110 20 

31 55 E 
38 19 E 

3 25iE 

23 29 E 



18 5 

38 47 

37 18 

105 

87 

76 22 

24 30 

24 30 

10 

35 18 

23 35 

17 39 

7 2.5 



No. 
of 

2() 
21 

21 



Place. 



Soman .... 
Serrorum Ms. . . 
Serai FL, Maygut 
Sorvilii Pons, Strugo 

Servinus Yicus . . 
Serviodurum, 

Straubing . . 
Servitium, Sertati 
Sesaretbus . . . 
Sosippi, vol Sibi P., \ 

Ras Zrbid . . \ 
Sessitos FL, Srsca . 
Sostorrio FL, Stirone 
Sostianio Are . . 
Sestiaiue Are, Ca- 

marinat . . . 
S( stinum, Sestino . 

Sostos 

Sotoia .Est., Dee . 
Sethrum, vol Hera- 

cleopolis l'arva . 
Setia, Sezzn . . . 
Setidava, J'osen 
Setius M., L'ettc 
Sctovia, Zibietz 
Setoacatum, Cham 
Setutanda, Bmden 
•Sevaccs, Upper j 

Austrta . . . I 
Sevinus L., L.d'Isco 
Scxantaprista, Rus- 

tehuk .... 
Sexitanum . . . 
Sextie Aquae, Ai.r 
Sextum, ad, Filette . 
Sextain, ad ... . 
Sextum, ad ... . 

Shamix 

Sharuhen, v. Shilhim. 
Shoba, v. Saba, Sabea 
Shiloh, v. Silo, Seilvm 
•Shinar, v. Singar . . 
Siambis, v. Sena I., 

/. de Sein . . . 
Siata I., Houat 
Siazuros, But khan ah 
Sibario, Asmcsnal 
Siberena, S. Sccc- 

rina ..... 
Sibi, vel Sesippi P., ) 

Ras Zebid . . i 
Sibius, postea Xan- 

thus FL, Ujc 

Chai . . 
Sibora . . . 
Sibus, Keff . 
♦Sicambri . 
Sicapba . . 
Sicca Veneria 
Sicella, vel Ziklag 
Sichem, v. Neapolis, 

Nabulus . . 
Sicilia L, Sicily 
Sicilibus, Bousha . 
Sicinos I., Sykino . 
Sico Basilisses . . 
Sicoris FL, Scgre . 
Siculum Frctum, 

Sir. of Messina . 
Sicum, Cas. Vecchia 
Sicyon, Vasilico . 
Sicyon P. ... 
Sicvone .... 

Sida 

Side 

Side, Eski Adalia . 
*Sidene .... 

Sidene 

•Sideni, El Hejaz . 
Sidenus FL, Sidin. 
Sidodone .... 
Sidolocum . . . 
Siden, vel Zidon, 

Said a .... 
•Sidones, Silesia . 
Sidus, Sasaki . . , 
Sidyma, Tortucar 
Siga, Takumbrit . , 
Sigsum, Vcni-Shehr 

Sigara 

•Sigiplosii . . . 
Sigisa, Zieza . . 
Signia, Segni . . 
Sigrium Pr., Sigri 
Signs, Tcmlouk 
•Sila, Regia Sila . 
Silacenas, Kapesvar 



^an- i 
Jjah \ 



is,) 



l.ut. 



2.1 (i 
13 2.3 

IS u 

ii ia 

11 .33 

is AS 

13 B 

41 3U 

14 15 

15 M 
II 50 

43 U 

43 8 

13 12 
11 11 
.33 20 

31 1 

II 31 

.32 30 

IS 23 

49 41 

4!) 1,3 

.33 28 

48 

45 45 

43 51 

36 44 

43 29 

15 17 

41 5 

44 50 
31 23 

31 31 

16 50 

32 4 

33 

48 3 

47 18 
35 16 
41 25 

39 12 



14 15 



36 40 

39 4 

35 55 
51 
31 20 

36 10 

31 32 

32 18 



37 30 


N 


6 34 


N 


36 40 


N 


37 20 


N 


42 


N 


38 


N 


43 33 


N 


37 58 


X 


37 59 


N 


39 58 


\ 


38 13 


X 


36 28 


N 


36 46 


X 


40 40 


X 


40 16 


X 


24 30 


X 


40 30 


X 


26 32 


X 


47 15 


N 


33 33 


N 


51 15 


X 


37 56 


X 


36 24 


X 


35 18 


X 


40 


N 


30 5 


N 


33 40 


X 


38 17 


X 


41 41 


X 


39 10 


X 


36 


X 


39 10 


X 


46 22 


X 






LOO SO 

20 4n 
11 13 



N... 

ol 

ttap 



19 il l. 

43 o|e 

8 17 E 

9 55 i: 
5 55 W 

9 5\V 

12 ISJE 

26 25 i; 

3 10 NV 



32 15! 

13 

16 .3 1 

3 40 

19 IS 

12 17 
7 16 

13 

10 2 

26 

3 28 
5 38 

11 7 

12 23 

20 41 
35 4 

34 31 
43 2s 

35 16 
41 13 

4 50 

2 5.3 
4.3 47 

5 54 

16 57 
43 



29 25 



35 49 E 
E 
E 
E 
E 
E 



8 45 

7 50 
15 43 

8 56 

34 52 

35 19 

14 

9 53 

25 6 
37 19 

1 12 

15 35 

16 20 
22 43 

22 46 

23 30 
23 39 
23 10 
SI 26 

37 40 
27 20 

38 10 
38 15 
54 55 

4 5 

35 23 

17 35 
23 4 
29 16 

1 25 

26 12 
65 23 

8 20 

1 39 

12 59 

25 50 

6 50 

16 30 

17 52 



23 



I - f. 






SUandui .... 

Sihuniiii. . '. . . , 
Silarue I 

! 

Slid., v 



■ ...'. 
I 
Silimnom I. . . . 

i> . 
tah . . 

•Silpbio 

•Silun - 

tin n and llr,ik- ' 
nock S | 

Sihiv Ardm m 
• f Ardenm > . . » 

Bflva < 

. . . . t 

Silva llcituli 

•>i \.i Man 

Htm 
Silvanevtc *, dlini 

Augustan 

Srll/f, .... 

Sihia', vol Bahria, 
Ki ujiris . . . 
Silvium, Ti/cmirh 
silviuin, Garaan o mt 
•Simeon Irlh 

Simoi-Fl.,.!/, ml, re- ) 
Chili . . . . | 

Simouias, Simmitk 

Siinpsiinada . . . 
Simylla .... 
Siinyra, Yaniura . 

•6UUB 

*Sina>, Cambodia t 

and Cochin China » 
Sine, Sinuruiu Mo- 

trop 

Sinarum ItetropoUfl 
Sinai >!., /mm <7 

Tor 

Sintathorium . . 

Simla 

Sinda, ('in . . . 
Simla- Ie. . . . 
Sindocanda, Kandi 
sindomana . . . 
Sindua 



Ui. 






Loo». 






Sindns,v. InthusFL, ] 
Scinde, or Indus . ) 

Singa 

Singa Fl 

Singames FL, Ingour, 
*Singar, vol Sbiiiar . 
Singara, Sinjar . . 
Sing.iras M., Sinjnr . 

Singidunum, Belgrade 
Singili, Lqja . . . 
Singitieufl 8., (J. <>f i 

Oros .... i 
Singonc, Schcmnitz . 

Singofl 

Sinna 

Sinna, Koh Ilisor 
Sinope, Sinub , . . 

Sinoria 

Sintba, Senna . . . 
Sintbus, vol Indus 

Fl., Indus . . 

•Sinti 

Sinucssa, Mon dragonc 

Sioda 

Siparontum . . . . 
sij)'ia\ vol Tiphac, 

Agioni .... 
Si), hire .... 
Siphnos I., Siphanto 

Sipia 

Sipil>oris .... 
Sipontum, v. Sipus, 

S. M di Sipaito 
Sippara, I'oory 
Sippbara, vol Peri- 

Babora .... 

SipUS. v. Sipontuin, 
,v. flf. di Biponto. 

Sipylus Mw. 

biiinu/ji Uagh 
Sirbituin .... 



II 



N 

N 

N 
N 

N 



■ 

51 3(J 

48 30 

I'J 1.. 

I] 17 \ 

10 51 X 

37 30 X 

11 45 X 
8 X 
7 15 X 

27 35 X 

40 88 X 

28 N 

87 27 X 

87 23 X 
42 20 X 
31 (i X 
86 16 X 
86 16 N 

11 3o X 

si is in 

in 10 x 

is 28 \ 

10 lu X 
34 33 X 
37 14 X 

12 1 X 
89 U X 
85 10 X 

28 ON 

41 X 
41 9 X 

40 31 X 

I 

88 12 X 

1 1 | S \ 

37 o N 

is \ 

11 13 N 

il 86 x 

83 1 1 N 

38 30 
11 N 



Mam, 



:i 4: l. 



- K l 



41 II K 

; 

55 10. E 

35 5G K 

; 

106 41 i: 
3.1 86 B 

I 

81 " 1. 

22 51 E 

70 t'l. 

37 15 E 

II 52 1. 

i i;« 
2i l" i: 

86 1. 

85 n i: 
i; 3 i. 

18 32 1. 

47 31 i: 

21 4 E 
1 1 4 F. 

.'■11 
1 20 M 

15 Ml 



II 

10 
II 



38 



INDEX. 



:)' 



tioros Ke- \ 
;erior, El > 
. . • . / 



Place. 



Sirbonis Ps., Saba- 

kat Bardowat . 
Sirenusae Iae., Galli . 

air.c s 

Siris, Slnno . . . . 
Siris, v. Sirrae, Seies . 
Siris FL, Sinno . . 
Sirias Pr., Inje . . . 
Sirmio, Sir mi one . . 
Siriuium,AltSchabacz 
Siropium, El Ari- ) 

shiyeh . . . . j 
Sirpium, Campo- * 

lattaro . . . . j 
Sisalo, v. Sisapo Nova 
Sisapo Vetus, Aim a den 
Sisar, vel Usar Fl., 

Zwouah . . . 
Sisara Ps., Benzert 
Siscia, Sziszek . . 
Sitace, Akbara . . 
Sitacus Fl., Jaryah 
*Sithonia .... 
Sitifis, Setif . . . 
Sitomagus, If-'oolpit 
*Sitones et Hille- 

riones, v. Suioncs 
*Sitoncs .... 
Siuel, vel Suel . . 
Sizara, vel Laussa, 

Kalat Scijar . . 
♦Sizyges .... 
Skambonidae . . 
Smaragdus M 
Smenus FL, 1'urko- 

vrysi 
Smyrna 
Smyrnseus, vel Ilcr- 

maeus S., G. of 

Smyrna . . . 
*Smyrnophoros K'- 

gio Exterior, El 

Hadramaut . . 
Smymophoros Re 

gio Interior, 

Hejaz 
Soaca . 
Soana Fl, 
Soandus, Sowanli- 

dereh 
Soara . 
Soatra, Tusun Uyuk . 

Soatrae 

*Sobidae 

Socanda, v. Sarnius 

FL, Altnick . . 

Sochchor 

Socho, Shuweikeh . . 

Sochus 

Socoh, Es Shuweikeh . 
*Sogdi, Moult an . . 
♦Sogdiana, Great 

Bucharia, Sjc. 
Sogdorum Itegia 
Solana .... 
Solaria, Campi . 
Solaria, ad, Cava 
Solentii Ise.,Zirona, 

SfC . . . 
Soletum, Soleto 
Soli, Solea . . . 
Soli, posteaPompei 

opolis, Mezetli . 
Solicinium, Sulz . 
Solimariaca . . . 
Solimnia I., Pela- 

gonisi 
Solis M., vel Solois 

Pr., V. Cantin 
Solis P. . . . 

Solium 

Solona, Citta di Sole . 
Solonius Campus . . 
Soluntum, C. di So- ) 

Innto . . . . J 

Solygia 

Solymi Montes, 

Takhtalu . . . 
Sontia, Sansa . , 
Sontius FL, Isonzo 
Sonus, v. Andona- ) 

dus FL, Sone . . ) 
*Sophanitae, El Ye- ] 

men . . . . ) 
*Sophene .... 
Sophon L., Sabanja 
Sopbtba I., Kharak 



•: 



':} 



".) 



Lat. 



31 4N 



40 34 N 



6N 

8N 
9N 
5N 

6N 



45 30 N 

44 48 N 

29 4GN 

41 19 N 

38 56 N 

38 42jN 

36 iOIN 

37 ION 

45 28 |N 
33 45 N 
28 15 N 
40 5 
35 58 
52 13 



02 

60 
36 35 

35 IS 

53 

38 2 
21 15 

36 44 

38 24 



33 30 N 



17 50 



21 25 



26 14 
43 20 

38 15 

22 50 

38 21 

42 56 
32 30 

37 45 

17 2 
31 41 

36 50 

31 25 
28 

39 30 

27 36 
36 

43 48 

44 20 

43 25 

40 12 

35 11 

36 45 

48 21 
48 25 

39 20 

32 30 



Long. 



7 40 
38 48 N 
44 12 N 

41 43JN 

38 4N 

37 50 N 

36 30 N 

40 14! N 
46 0|N 

19 40 N 

18 5'N 

38 30 X 
40 41 N 

29 15|N 



33 20 

14 28 
36 11 
16 38 
23 33 
16 10 
35 
10 36 
19 45 

25 28 
14 32 



4 36 W 
4 46 W 

4 E 

9 40 E 
16 26 E 
44 lolE 

51 45JE 
E 
E 
E 



23 50 
5 9 
52 

12 

10 
4 39 

36 35 



108 

23 38 | E 
34 45 E 

22 30 E 

27 11 E 

26 45 E 



53 45 



43 

37 29 
46 50 

34 58 

79 5 

33 21 
27 39 
55 

55 

45 45 

34 59 
36 34 

35 4 
69 

68 

68 57 
105 

10 57 
9 25 

16 15 

18 15 

33 1 

34 32 

8 44 
5 45 

24 5 

9 20 

82 
20 58 

11 53 

12 25 

13 34 

23 1 

30 30 

15 34 
13 40 

83 

44 55 

40 

30 22 
49 45 



No. 

of 

Map 

18 

4 
19 

5 
10 

5 
19 

3 
15 

17 



23 



Place. 



Sopianae, Funfkir- ) 

chen, or Pecs . ) 
Sor, vel Tyros, Sur . 
Sora, Sora . . . . 
Soracte, Kasr Amera 
Soracte M., S. Oreste 

•Sorsei 

Sorbiodunum, Old 

Sarum .... 
*Soretanum . . . . 

Sornus 

Sosicure, Manapar . 
Sotiatum Oppidum . 

Soxetra 

*Soxotae 

Sozopolis, Souzous 
Sozopolis, v. Apol- > 

Ionia, Sizeboli . ) 
Spalaethra, Meglina . 
Spalatium, Spalatro . 
Spaneta, Sassnrille . 
Sparta, v. Lacedaemon 
Spartarius Campus, \ 

in Valencia . . ) 
Spartolus, Borunee 

Ft 

Spatana, Trincomalec 
Spautes, v. Martia- 

nes L., Urumi- 

yeh 

Speculum . . . . 
Speculum Persei . . 
Spelunca, Sperlonga . 
Speluncas, ad, Grot- } 

ta Bossa . , . ] 

Spercbiae 

SpercbiusFL, Hellada 
Sphaeria I., Poros . . 
Spbagia, vel Sphac- ) 

teria, Sphayia . ) 

Spbettus 

Spielis 

Spina, Longastrino . 
Spineticum 0?t., v. 

Vatreni P., Po. di 

Primaro . . . 
Spirseum Pr. . . 
Spoletium, Spoleto 
•Stabaei . 
Stabiae, Castel-a- 

Mare . 
Stabula . 
Stabulum Novum . . 

Stagirus 

Stailucum, v. Qua- 1 

drata, Sziget . . ) 
Stanecli, Ulog . . . 
Statiellae Aquae, Acqui 
*Statielli, in Piedmont 
Statio Miltopae, T. 

S. Cataldo . . 
Statonia, Castro . 
Statuas, ad, Vctle . . 
Statuas, ad ... . 
Stenae, Bothenthurm. 
Stenon, vel Psilum \ 

Ostium, Soulineh } 

Mth ) 

Stentoris Palus . . . 
Stenyclaricus Camp. . 
Stenyclarus .... 
Stephane, Estifan . . 
Stereontium, Stein/art 
Stipbane Palus . . . 

Stiria 

Stiriate, Strechan , . 

Stlris 

Stobi 

Stoecbades Iae., Hieres 
Stcechades Iae. Mi- 

nores, Batoneau, 

$c 

Stomahmne . . . 
*Stoni, Tyrol . . 
Stragona, Dresden 
Strapellum, Bapolla 
Stratisburgum, 

olim Argentora, 

turn, Strasbourg 
Stratonicaea, Eski- ) 

hisar . . . . ) 
Stratus, Pi.rta . . . 
Stravianae, Nashiczce. 
Strevinta, Jdgendorf . 
Strido, Strido . . . 
Strongylel., Stromboli 
Strophades .... 



■J 



5) 



Lat 




Long 




No. 
ot 






Map. 
15 


46 3 


N 


18 10 


E 


33 18 


N 


35 13 


E 


20 


41 45 


N 


13 35 


E 


4 


30 50 


N 


37 31 


E 


23 


42 13 


N 


12 28 


E 


4 


34 25 


N 


2 


W 


17 


51 5 


N 


1 44 


\v 


11 


12 


N 


79 


E 


25 


44 30 


N 


27 10 


E 


10 


9 ION 


78 25 


E 


25 


44 3N 


6 


E 


13 


29 27 N 


67 18 


E 


24 


27 40 N 


53 40 


E 


24 


37 SljN 


30 36 


E 


19 


42 25N 


27 46 


E 


10 


39 12 N 


23 16 


E 


8 


43 30 N 


16 30 


E 


15 


44 58 N 


19 30 


E 


15 


37 6N 


22 26 


E 


7 


38 30 


N 


40 


W 


16 


40 15 


N 


23 16 


E 


10 


8 40 


N 


81 15 


E 


25 


37 30 


N 


45 30 


E 


24 


33 50 


N 


8 23 


E 


17 


31 36 


N 


31 11 


E 


18 


41 16 


N 


13 28 


E 


4 


40 45 


N 


17 47 


E 


5 


38 55 


N 


22 3 


E 


8 


38 55 


N 


22 5 


E 


8 


37 30 


N 


23 29 


E 


7 


36 56 


N 


21 41 


E 


7 


37 46 


N 


23 57 


E 


7 


34 45 


N 


35 56 


E 


21 


44 35 


N 


12 16 


E 


3 


44 35 


N 


12 19 


E 


3 


37 46 


N 


23 11 


E 


7 


42 45 


N 


12 43 


E 


4 


30 20 


N 


54 30 


E 


24 


40 42 


N 


14 31 


E 


4 


47 49 


N 


7 34 


E 


13 


41 28 


N 


1 20 


E 


16 


40 34 


N 


23 48 


E 


10 


47 46 


N 


17 27 


E 


15 


43 38 


N 


18 29 


E 


15 


44 42 


N 


8 31 


E 


3 


44 45 


N 


8 45 


E 


3 


40 23 


N 


18 20 


E 


5 


42 33 


N 


11 38 


E 


4 


46 32 


X 


18 50 


E 


15 


38 54 


N 


23 


W 


16 


45 36 


N 


24 11 


E 


10 


45 20 


N 


29 40 


E 


10 


40 50 


N 


26 10 


E 


10 


37 15 


N 


22 


E 


7 


37 16 


N 


22 2 


E 


7 


41 50 


X 


34 29 


E 


19 


52 7 


N 


7 22 


E 


14 


40 54 


N 


36 10 


E 


19 


37 54 


X 


24 


E 


7 


47 30 


X 


14 20 


E 


15 


38 23 


N 


22 47 


E 


8 


41 9 


X 


21 52 


E 


10 


43 


X 


6 20 


E 


13 


43 14 


X 


5 20 


E 


13 


36 46 


X 


27 1 


E 


9 


46 13 


X 


10 40 


E 


15 


50 59 


X 


13 48 


E 


14 


40 58 


X 


15 43 


E 


5 


48 34 


X 


7 44 


E 


13 


37 19 


X 


28 4 


E 


19 


38 41 


X 


21 20 


E 


8 


45 30 


X 


18 1 


E 


15 


49 59 


X 


17 41 


E 


14 


46 31 


X 


16 27 


E 


15 


38 37 


X 


15 13 


E 


5 


32 


X 


43 40 


E 


22 



Place. 



Strophades lac., 

Strofadia, or 

Stamphane . 
Struthus Pr., Koraka 

Stryme 

Strynion FL, Stro- ) 

ma, or Kara Su \ 
Strymonicus Sinus, j 

Contessa . . . \ 
Stubera, v. Stymbara. 
Stucia FL, Dovey . . 

SturaFl 

*Sturii, Drcnt and 

Overyssel . . . 
Sturius FL, Stour . 
Sturnium, Stornazza. 
Stymphalus . . . . 
Styra, Stonra . . . 
Styx FL, Mairo Ncria 
Suana, Soana . . . 
♦Suanitae, N. Lorn- ) 

bardy . . . . J 
♦Suardones, Pome- 

rania .... 
Suasa, C. Leone . 
Suastus, v. Choaspes 

FL, Cabul . . 
Subanna .... 
Sublacensis Via . . 
Sublaqucum, Subiaco 
Subsabione, Clausen 
Subur, San Boy . 

Subur 

Subur FL, Seb.u . 
Subututtu ... 
Subuzates . . . 
Subzupaia . . . 
Succorum Angustiae 
'Succosii .... 
Succoth, Sukhat . 
Sucro, Sueco . . 
Sucronensis S. . . 
Sudeti, v. Hercynii ) 

Ms., Erz Gebirge ) 
Suel, vel Siuel . . . 
Suemus FL, Derbend . 
Suero FL, Jucar . . 
SuessaAurunca, Sessa 
Suessa Pometia . . 
*Suessiones, Aisne 
Suessula, Scssola 
*Sucvi, Mechlen 

burgh, §c. . 
Sufasar, Meriga 
Sufes, Esbibah . . 
Sufetula, Sbcitla . 
Sugidava, Satanoi 

Suia 

Suindinum, postea 

Cenomani, Le 

Mans .... 
Suinus Fl., Salinus . 
*Suiones, v. Hille- ] 

viones et Sitones ) 
Sullia Pr., C. 5. Paul 

Sulis 

Sullectis, Bourj Sa- ) 

lectah . . . . j 
Sulloniacae, Brock- 1 

ley Hill . . . ] 
Sulmo, Sulmone . . 
Sulmo, Sermoneta 
Sumere, Samareh . . 

Sumetia 

Summontorium, 

Schrobenhausen . 
SummusL., Samolico 
Summus Penninus, 

Gr. S. Bernard . 
Summus Pyrenaeus 
Suna, Nerola . . 
Sunda, Santona . 
*Sunici .... 
Sunium .... 
Sunium Pr., Colonna 
Superequum, C. Vo 

Subequo . . . 
Suppara .... 

Sura 

Sura, Souram . . 
Sura, v. Ura, Suriych 
Sura Thapsacus, v, 

Thipsach 

Ampbipolis 
Suragana .... 
Surrentum, Sorrento. 
Surta 



-.)' 



v. uia, ion/ tycn 

inapsacus, v. } 
)sach, q. et j 
ibipolis . . ) 



Lat. 



37 18 

37 22 

40 54 

41 30 



40 30 X 

41 18 X 

52 3),X 
45 15 X 



52 45 

51 58 

40 14 

37 51 

38 13 

38 

42 44 

46 

53 30 

43 3.3 
34 30 

32 42 

41 54 
41 5i, 

46 40 
41 20 

34 23 

31 14 

32 38 
i3 38 

41 50 
12 15 

35 30 
32 30 

39 11 
39 30 

50 45 

36 35 

42 5 
39 13 
41 15 
41 21 
49 20 
41 

52 

36 18 
35 23 
35 

41 11 
35 

48 2 

42 29 
62 

35 7 

47 56 

35 28 

51 37 

42 1 X 
41 34 N 
34 12 N 

37 30 X 

48 34 



46 16 
45 55 

42 50 N 

42 IliN 

43 25 J N 
50 30;N 
37 40lN 
37 39 N 



42 7 
18 25 



32 

12 6 
35 50 

35 55 

36 35 
40 38 
40 35 



2 N 

N 



Long. 



21 2E 

23 4IE 
25 36 E 

23 20 E 

24 10 E 



21 19 
4 5 

7 29 



6 30 E 

50 E 
18 17 E 
•2-1 28 i. 
24 1"'E 
22 15 E 

11 37 1 E 

9 45 ! E 

14 0£ 

12 55 E 

70 0E 

71 O! 

13 15 



35 32 
15 




14 0E 

4 39 W 

26 40 E 

1 W 

13 52! E 

13 6iE 

3 20 E 

14 25 E 

12 45 E 

2 o'e 
9 6E 
9 1SE 

27 36lE 
25 17 E 

BE 



0E 

0E 



24 36'E 
3 1 W 

11 0|E 

18 W 

13 57 'E 
13 0|E 
43 50iE 
22 19JE 

11 14 E 
9 24 E 
7 15 L 

40 kv 

12 47 E 
3 23 \V 
6 O'E 

24 3 E 
24 2 E 



13 45 



73 
44 44 E 
43 58 E 
38 49 E 



39 7 

68 28 
14 25 
42 



No. 

of 
Map. 



UPB 



INDEX. 




Susa, v. Susan, Shtis 
*Susiana .... 
Susiana, v. Persicae ) 

Pyto . . . . j 
Susudata, Berlin . 
Sutrium, Sutri . . 
•Suzaci .... 
Syagros Extrema, 

Roe Fartak . 

Sybaris . . . , 

Sybarita 

Sybota, Sivota . . . 
Sybota la?., Sicota 
Byca?, 1'era . . . . 
Syce 

Sycei 

Sycbar 

Sycurium . . . . 

•Sydri 

Sydrua, Hyderabad . 

Syedra 

Syene, Es Souan . . 
Symiotbus, lleyalbuto 
Byrne I., Sgmi . . . 
Synnaus, Simaid . . 

Synnada 

Bypbamm, M. Alto . 
Syracellffi . . . . 
•Syracene . . . . 
Syracusae, Siracusa . 
Nyrastra, Arrys'r . . 
Syrastrene, Catch . . 
Syria? Pylae, Beilan 

Pass, or Sakal 

Tut an .... 
Syrnota, Stanimtak 
•Syro-Media . . 
Syros, Syra . . . 
Syros I., Syra . . 
Syrtis Major, Djoon 

al Kabrit . . . 
Syrtis Minor, G. of 

Khabs .... 
Sythas 1-1., Trikalino 






Lat 




Long. 


of 






Mu| 


32 3 


N 


48 14 


i: 


24 


31 30 


X 


48 


E 


24 


31 20 


N 


51 32 


E 


24 


52 30 


N 


13 28 


F 


14 


42 14 


X 


12 9 


R 


4 


28 20 


X 


52 30 


V. 


24 


15 30 


X 


52 15 


E 


23 


39 41 


N 


16 31 


K 


5 


35 14 


X 


24 3d 


K 


9 


39 23 


X 


20 15 


K 


8 


39 23 


X 


20 14 


R 


8 


41 3 


N 


28 59 


!•; 


10 


31 55 


X 


25 o 


K 


17 


40 8 


X 


31 37 


R 


19 


32 2() 


X 


35 22 


R 


20 


39 43 


X 


22 34 


R 


8 


30 


X 


64 30 


!•: 


24 


25 25 


X 


68 20 


R 


25 


36 16 


N 


32 16 


R 


19 


24 7 


N 


32 55 


R 


18 


37 35 


X 


11 40 


R 


5 


36 35 


X 


27 53 


R 


9 


39 5 


X 


29 5 


K 


19 


38 44 


X 


30 50 


R 


19 


39 21 


X 


16 14 


R 


5 


40 53 


X 


26 50 


K 


10 


37 


N 


57 


R 


24 


37 3 


X 


15 17 


R 


5 


23 20 


X 


71 


R 


25 


23 20 


X 


70 


R 


25 


36 27 


X 


36 7 


R 


19 


41 5G 


X 


25 5 


E 


10 


33 30 


X 


50 


E 


24 


37 26 


X 


24 56 


E 


9 


37 25 


N 


24- 55 


E 


9 


32 


X 


18 


E 


17 


34 


X 


11 


E 


17 


38 


X 


22 34 


E 


7 



Place. 



T. 



Taanach, Taanuk 
Tab, vol Agradates 

FL, Jerahi . . 
Tabae, Tavi . . . 

Tabic 

Tabae Pr 

Tabaea, Daras . . 
•Tabasi, W. Berar 
Tabcllaria, Castcl- 

laeio .... 
Tabenna I. . . . 
Tabernae, Sarernc 
Tabernae .... 
Tabernae .... 
Tabiene .... 
Tabor M., J. el Tur 
Tabraca, Tabarkah 
rabuda FL, Scheldt 
I'abudis, Al Fylh . 
Tabunagdi . . . 
Taburnus M., Ta- 

bitr/m .... 
Tacilya, Tuhu.sh . 
Tacape, Kltabs . . 
facasarta, Abovke- 

cheid .... 
Tacbasara, Tabreez 
Tachorsae . . . 
Tacola .... 
Tacona .... 
♦Tacorei, Thibet . 
Tacosanna FL, ) 

Avacan . . . ) 
Tacua FL, Taggia 
Tacubis, Thomar . 
Tader, vol Terebus ) 

FL, Scgura • j 
Tad in or,v. Palmyra, 

Turf m or . .' . 
Tadnos Fons . . 
Taduttis, Tattubt . . 
Taenarium, Kosa- ) 

gcnianika . . . f 
Tasnarum Pr., Ma- ) 

tapan . . . . \ 

Tamarum M., Sangia 
laenia ...... 

Tenia, Fat/am . . 
Tagabd, T'ubukah . 



32 31 

30 40 

37 35 

31 1 
10 15 

37 17 
20 40 

J42 16 

26 11 N 

48 44 X 

49 4JX 
35 14|X 

33 2o!x 
|32 42|X 

N 
X 
N 
X 



36 55 
51 40 
33 35 
30 10 

,41 8 

1 37 
33 55 

30 35 

38 

31 8 

I 8 10 
28 44 
28 20 

20 

! 43 55 

39 37 

33 26 



34 OX 

27 10 X 

35 32 X 

^36 27 'n 
I I 

36 23 N 

36 33 X 
31 7 X 
35 19 X 
'31 32 X 



35 15 


E 


49 30 


E 


14 25 


E 


53 58 


E 


51 30 


E 


28 50 


E 


75 


E 


11 39 


E 


32 23 


E 


7 22 


E 


8 9 


E 


6 7 


W 


55 


E 


35 2 • 


E 


8 40 


E 


3 40 


E 


6 24 


E 


11 40 


E 


14 30 


E 


7 24 


E 


10 3 


E 


32 9 


E 


46 20 


E 


25 12 


E 


98 30 


E 


30 50 


E 


83 


E 


83 


E 


7 52 


E 


8 21 


^ - 


2 


W 


37 55 


E 


33 37 


E 


6 10 


E 


22 29 


E 


22 30 


E 


22 27 


E 


29 51 


E 


4 55 


W 


34 43 


E 



Xagm vol Tapa-, ( 

Bostam ...» 
Tagaat , Tajeilt '. 
Tagoda .... 
Tagrufl M., Junto . 
Tagua l'i , Yqjo . 
Taixalo: urn, v. Tai 

zolum l'r., Kin. 

tutiroVa llrf. . . 
Tab, vol Tbelepto, 

Feriana . . . ( 
Talabrioa, v.I.ibora, \ 

v. A.bnra, Tula- \ 
^ vera rfe la J[,ina ) 

Talabriga . . . . 
•Taladusii . . . . 

Tuleton M., Mahryno. 
Talia, Golubtntxe . . 
Tahnis, Katabshe . . 
*Talxai, Aberdeen- ) 
shire t 

Tumagani, Amarante 

Tamala, v. Toniila, 
1'ersitim . . , 

Tamala PL, Pertom 
Tamala Pr., A" grau 
TamallcniTurr.,^V. 
meleen .... 
Tamara, Tamerton . 
Tamara Ft., Tambre . 
Tamari Ost, J'/y- 1 

mouth Sound . \ 
Tamarus FL, Tamaro 
Tamarus FL, Tamar. 
Tamascaltin .... 
I'amasidava .... 
Tamea, Braemar Cas. 
Tainosis, Halllnu- 1 

ford I . . . " I 
Tanicsis, v. Tamissa 

FL, Thames . . , 
Tamiathis, Damietta 
Tamissa Mat., M.ofi 

the Thames . . j 

Tamnum 

Tamonti, Abu Giryeh 
Tamagadi . . . . 
Tamus PL, Meduay . 

Tamynae 

Tamyras PL, Nahr t 

ed Damur . . . \ 
Tanager FL, Negro . 
Tanagra, Gramada . 

Tanais Fl 

Tanaramusa .... 
Tanarus FL, Tanaro . 
Tanis, Tounen . . . 
Tanis, vel Sals, vol 

Zoan, San . . . 
Taniticum, v. Saiti- 

cum Ost., Fount 

Out Faradjen 
Tannetum, 2'aneto 
•Tanuitae, El Ng\ d 

Tanus Fl 

Taoce Pr., Core Ro- 

hilla .... 
•Taoccne .... 
•Taochi . . . . . 
Taochir, Ft. Tsalka . 
Tape, vel Tagae, 

Bostam . . . 
Tapage .... 
Taphise, v. Teleboae ( 

lae \ 

TapbiassusM., Kako 

Skala .... 
Tapbis, Tafa . . 
Taphos I., Mega nisi 
laphos, Taphio . 
Taplnae .... 
Taphrura .... 
Taposiris, Abousir 
Taposii is Parva, 1 

Abovkir Gas. . . j 
Taprobana, v. Salice ) 

I. Ceylon . . ) 
•Tapun . . . . , 
Taras, v. Tarentum, ) 

Tar auto . . . ) 
Tarasco, Tarascon 
Tarbacana ... 
*Tarbelli, Landes 
Tarentinus S.. G 

di Taranto . 
Tarentum, v. Taras, ( 

Taranto . . . ) 



Go'. ) 



Lat 




Long. 


M 27 M 


55 7 E 


86 13 X 

42 1 N 

39 2o N 
39 40 N 


B 26 1: 

4". 11 1. 


! 


2 


w 


31 40 N 


8 35 


1. 


39 59 X 


4 52 


w 


10 16 N 
34 50 N 
86 57 N 

41 31 N 

- 


8 33 
86 

22 11 
32 1 ; 


\\ 

1. 
1. 
1. 

h 


57 Ifl 


N 


1 30 


« 


41 14 


X 


8 


« 


17 30 


X 


95 10 


* 


16 30 

10 (1 


X 

N 


M 60 
M 26 


I! 

1. 


33 30 


X 


9 12 


I- 


50 26 
42 55 


N 


4 8 

8 30 


W 

w 


50 2o 


N 


4 10 


V 


41 15 
50 40 
30 54 
4 . 26 

57 


N 
\ 
N 
N 
X 


14 38 

4 20 
12 20 

28 11 
3 26 


1. 

! 


51 35 


X 


1 9 


\\ 


51 30 


N 


1 


^ - 


31 25 


N 


31 51 


1: 


51 30 


X 


1 


E 


45 30 
28 31 

35 35 
51 10 

38 22 


X 
X 

\ 

N 
N 


49 

30 53 

6 2N 

15 

23 56 


w 

E 
E 
\\ 
E 


33 42 


X 


35 32 


1- 


40 30 
38 18 

48 
36 25 

41 i>;) 
27 47 


X 
X 
X 

N 
X 

N 


15 23 

23 35 

42 

2 25 

8 25 
30 47 


E 

E 

i-: 
E 
R 
E 


30 58 


X 


31 55 


E 


31 10 


N 


32 25 


E 


44 47 
24 7 
37 27 


X 

X 

N 


10 27 
43 45 

22 40 


E 

1. 
E 


29 " 


N 


50 42 


E 


29 

40 50 

41 29 


N 

N 
X 


51 40 
44 3o 
44 23 


E 
E 

E 


36 27 


N 


55 7 


E 


11 30 


X 


49 


E 


38 35 


N 


20 50 


E 


38 23 


X 


21 42 


E 


23 43 
38 38 
38 13 
45 50 
34 50 
30 55 


X 

N 
X 
X 
X 
X 


32 40 
20 47 
20 22 

33 50 
10 41 
29 32 


E 
E 
E 
E 

E 

E 


31 15 


N 


30 4 


I! 


8 


N 


81 


E 


35 10 


X 


51 


E 


40 28 


X 


17 15 


E 


43 46 
32 28 
13 40 


X 

X 
X 


4 40 

64 57 

1 15 


E 
E 

\v 


40 


N 


17 15 


E 


40 28 


X 


17 15 


1: 






n«r. 



Lat. 



i 

1 

un, 1 

■ . . 

■ ■ 
■ 

l errat nm . . » 

uiiv 1 1., Tartu 
. . 
■ nut . 
Tarnana, / 

T.mii una . . . . 
Triunt: 

■inaa 1 1. 
Iarnt 1 L Tare . 

Tanw ohm n-i^, 2 <>- 1 

rasti 11 . . 

Tarridum, \.i I 
Tarvisi nun. Tax 

Taivi-iuiii, 1 1. ■ 

larycbiss Li'., .// 1 

A uriat .... 1 

ora, .\iMng 1 
• s '/"'".'/ ! . . . t 

Tasbalta 

Taociaca 

Taao))inm . . . . 

Taslai be 

Tathyria, Gottrntm 

Tattea 1'-., Koch, i 
h<Mir,i>r'l «c-- ■huli \ 

Tauciana 

•Taulantii . . . . 

Taunus Mons, Die | 
H'oht . . . . \ 

Taum, ad, Tui.s- 
buiyh .... 

Tauraaram, Tauran 
Tanri Aqnce, Bagno 
Tauriana, IravioHO 
Taorka CberBonestu 
•Taurini, Piedmont 
Tauroontmn . . 
Tauiomonium, Ta- 
ormina . . . 
Taurominius, \i 1 

Onobalua PL, Al- 
eantara . . . 

Taurunmn . . . 

Taurus Mons . . 

Taurus,T.Xipbomaa ) 
Pr., C. el Vroee . \ 

Tautico ..... 
Tava. Tanta . . 
Tftvi .i:>ti;ar., Mth. 1 

of the Tag . . \ 
Taviuin, ) uz-kat . , 
Tavium, ad .... 
Tavru PL, Toy . , 
Taxiana I. . . . , 
Taxila, Attack . . , 
Taygetua M. . . 
Toanum (Apulum), \ 

Cirid'tte ...» 
Toanum (Sidici- ( 

num), Tea no . t 
Teate (A|)idum), ) 

Chieta /'a. . . j 
Tcate (Marrucino- j 

rum), Chieti . . \ 
Teoelia, TeeUenbwrg 
looinon . . . . , 
Teooa, vol Thooua, 

Tekua .... 
■TeetoaagM . . . . 

Tega 

Tegeaj Patee Epio- 1 

ko/>i j 

Togianum, Diane . . 
Teglanum, ad, Talma 
Teglicium, Vetet nirzi 
legna, Tain . . . 

Tegyra 

Tcicbos, Ko. Kaiogria 



> S 
1 \ 



11 1 \ 



1 \ 

N 



i 1 1 * \ 



II X 

- \ 

I- N 






12 N 
40 X 
10 X 



52 30 

41 4 

42 

38 

15 

11 
13 



4 X 

X 

10 X 
37 49 X 






16 X 

1 \ 

i: N 
2 









i;x 

HX 

X 

30 X 

is X 

N 
\ 

N 
9 X 



11 1 I 

1 i: 1 

11 l' I 

2 II I 



lo 






13 1. 1 

11 oli 

10 ; k 
1 21 1. 

33 30 E 

: 

19 15 R 

8 20 R 

11 41 K 
15 51 E 

15 18 E 



\-> in 

35 1. 

IS 17 I! 

•'.1 3 s i; 

II 1 1: 

.;« 10 1: 

S 31 \s 

4 17 \Y 

72 is I. 

22 17 1, 

ii is a 

15 I 1. 

11 s I 

7 15 E 

19 1 1 1 

I '. » I 

21 21 E 



40 



INDEX. 



Place. 



Telamonius Portus, ) 
Tulamone . . > 

Teleboac, v. Taphiae ) 
Iae j 

Tclcboas FL, Karasu. 

Tele-ia, Telese . . . 

Telcthrius M., Ploko. 

Telis FL, Tech . . . 

Tellonum 

Telmissus, Makri . . 

Telo Martius, Toulon 

Telonius FL, Turano . 

Telos I., Piscopia . . 

Temathca M., Ly- 
kodhimo . . • 

Temenium . . . 

Temesa, vel Tempsa 

Temila, vel Tamala, 
Persaim . . . 

Temnus, Menimen 

*Tempe .... 

Templum, ad . . 

Tempsa, v. Temesa 

*Tencteri, West- 
phalia .... 

Teiica, Ktenia . . 

Tenebris P., G. die 
Ampolla . . . 

Tenebrium Pr., C. 
Tortosa . . . 

Tenedo, Thiengen . 

Tencdos I. . . . 

Tenos I., Tino . . 

Tenos, Castro . . 

Tentyra,v. Tentyris, ) 
Dendera . . . ) 

Teos 

Tephnice, vel Nico- 1 



Lat. 



42 32 



38 35 N 

38 40'N 



polis, Devriki 
Terabdon S., Son- 

tneany B. . . . 
♦Teracatriae, Hun- 
gary .... 
Terbunia, Terbigne 
Terebus, vel Tader 

FL, Scgura . . 

Teredata 

Teredon, v. Diridotis. 
Terenuthis, Terrane . 
Tergeste, Trieste . . 
Tergestinus S., G. 1 

di Trieste . . . ) 
Tergolape, ) 

Schwannstadt . j 
Terineus, v. Hippo- j 

nate S., Go. di. Sa. > 

Eufemia . . . / 
Terina, Nocera . . . 
Terias Fl., Lentini . 
Terioli, Tyrol . . . 

Termes 

Termessas . . . . 
Testona, Moncaglicri. 
Testrina, Ca. Tomasa 
IVtellus, BaiteVa . . 
Tctraphylia . . . . 
Tetrapolis . . . . 
Tttricus Mons, M. 

della Sib ilia . . 
Tetrisias, v. Tiriza 

Acra, Calagriah \ 
Teuchra, vel Teu- j 

chira, Taukra . ) 
Teudurum . . . . 
Teumessus . . . . 
Teuthea, Ap. Akhaia 
TeutbeasFL . . . 

Teuthoa Fl 

Teutoburgium, Czusza 
Tcuthrone . . . . 
TeuilussaL, Limonia 
•Teutones, Uker- i 

mark, $c. . . . ) 
•Thaabeni, El Jebel . 

Thabatha 

Thabilaca . . . . 
Thabudis, v. Tabidium 

Thacona 

*Thaebani, Anezeh 

Tribe .... 
Thaema, Teymek . 
Thagora .... 
Thagora, Tingoram 
Thagulii .... 
Thagurus M. . . 
Thalalati .... 
Thalamic .... 



25 

48 15 
42 51 

38 26 



41 12 

38 53 

42 40 
44 20 
36 35 

43 6 
42 
36 26 

36 56 

37 36 

39 6 

17 30 

38 35 

39 53 
33 28 

39 6 

50 40 
37 47 

40 46 

40 43 

47 40 
39 48 
37 37 

37 36 

26 10 

38 10 

39 26 



33 22 
',0 24 
30 24 'N 

45 40 ,N 

45 35 N 
48 4N 



38 55'N 

39 8'N 
37 18 N 
46 44 N 

41 31JN 

37 UN 

44 59 N 

42 22 N 

45 36 IN 
39 16 ; N 

38 8N 

42 55 N 

43 22 N 

32 32 N 

51 4'N 
38 22 N 
<8 5JN 
38 4,N 
37 40iN 
45 42 |N 
36 37JN 
36 15 N 



53 



JO 


1.) 


31 


23 


42 


33 


20 





33 24 


26 


50 


20 


50 


37 


30 


4 45 


30 


13 


41 





31 


48 


37 


.32 



Long. 



11 10 E 



20 50 

41 45 
14 24 
23 11 

3 5 

1 
29 

5 
13 
27 25 

21 52 

22 45 
16 10 

95 10 

27 6 

22 35 

9 12 

16 10 

8 10 

22 53 

50 

55 

8 20 
26 
25 14 

25 15 

32 41 

26 50 
38 31 

66 

18 50 

18 20 

2 

43 30 
47 29 
30 53 
13 49 

13 25 
13 39 

16 



16 12 
15 
11 7 

2 25 
30 47 

7 45 
13 16 
10 3 
21 27|E 
23 58 E 

13 15 E 
28 30 E 

20 35'E 

5 54 E 
23 24|E 

21 36 E 
21 37 E 

21 54 E 
18 50 E 

22 30 E 
27 45 E 

14 o|e 

43 30! E 
34 30'E 
47 56 E 
E 

E 

E 

E 
E 
E 

E 
E 
E 
E 



9 


30| 


43 


23 


42 


15 


40 


15 


106 





105 


20 


17 


30 


110 





12 


4fl 


21 


41 



Map 



15 



Place. 



Thalamic .... 
Thalamic, Platza . 
*Thalassii . . . 
Thamalites . . . 
Thamar Fl. . . . 
Thamara, Kurnub 
Thamara .... 
•ThamiditSB, El Ileja 
Thamontlocana. . 
Thamusida . . . 
1'hanatos I., Thanet 
Thanuthis . . . 
Thappuach . . . 
Thapsacus, v. Oron- 

tes FL, Nabr el 

Asy 

Thapsacus, 'I hip- 
such., v. Sura, q. 

et Amph polis . 
Thapsus, Pto. del \ 

Bag noli . . . \ 
Thapsus v. Tipasa, \ 

Tennez . . . ) 
Thapsus (ruins) . 
Thar, v. Ithar . . 
Tharra .... 
Tharsa .... 
Thasbrata . . . 
Thasos I., Thaso . 
Thasos, Thaso . . 
Thatesus .... 
Thauane, Dumgoot 
Thauba . . . . , 
Thaubastum, Ha- 

ba^eh .... 
Thaumaci, Thomoko 
Thaumacia . . . 
Theava .... 
Theboe, Thiva . . 
Thcbie .... 
Thebae, near Ras 

Hartebah . . . 
Thebae, v. Diospolis 

Magna, Karnak, 

Luxor, Mcdinet 

Abu, $c. . . . 
Thebae Phthioticae, ) 

Aias .... | 
Thebaica Phylace, j 

Tarout es Sliervef ) 
Thebarga . . . 
rhebelami . . . 
Thebez, Tubas . . 
l'hebunte .... 
ThechesM. . . . 
l'hecua, vel Tecoa, ) 

Tekua ....') 
I'heganussa I., Ve- i 

iieiiko . . . . j 
Theisoa .... 
lheium .... 
Thelbalane . . . 
Ihelbis .... 
Theleba, Tarki . 
Thelcda, v. Tolme- 

dissa .... 
Thelepte, v. Tula, 

Fei iana 1 . . . 

Thella 

Thelmenissus . . 
Taelphusa . . . 
Thenteos .... 
*Themi, El Ahsa . 
*Themi, El Nejed . 
Themiscyra, Ther- 

meh 

Thenae .... 
Thenae, Al Sfacus . 
Thenadassa . . . 
Thennesus . . . 
Theodocia, Dum- 
barton .... 
Theodoria ... 
Theodosia . . . 
Theodosiopolis,Z>ei'r ) 

Abou Hennis . ) 
Theodosiopolis, vel \ 

Resaina . . . t 
Theon Soteron P., ] 

Souakin . . . ) 
Theouprosopon Pr., ) 

lias csh Shukah . \ 
Thera Insula, San- 

torin .... 
Therambus . . . 
Theranda . . . 
Therapne . . . 



Lat 




37 6 


N 


36 47 


N 


34 50 


N 


25 30 


N 


23 25 


N 


31 * 


N 


32 32 


N 


26 15 


N 


16 


N 


34 10 


N 


51 20 


N 


30 8 


N 


32 17 


N 


36 20 


N 


35 55 


N 


37 10 


N 



36 30 

35 35 
5 40 
1 45 

37 33 
31 28 
40 40 

40 46 
4U 18 
16 32 
30 30 

30 36 

39 9 

39 18 

41 

38 18 

39 40 

21 58 



25 45 



39 18 

27 34 

33 50 

30 40 
32 24 
32 3 

40 30 

31 39 



36 42 

37 29 
39 32 

38 10 

42 48 

43 4 

35 8 

34 40 

31 31 

36 35 

37 43 

31 12 

26 30 
25 25 

41 11 

35 15 
34 46 

32 12 
31 13 

55 57 

59 23" 

14 50 

27 46 

36 42 
19 10 
34 19 

36 25 

39 56 

42 12 
37 



Long 



22 5 
22 20 
3 40 
85 30 
57 58 
35 

46 3 

37 40 

1 40 

6 23 

1 20 

25 48 

35 2 

35 40 



39 



15 15 

1 20 

11 l 

.50 12 

2 04 15 

37 18 

26 35 
24 40 
24 42 

30 10 
52 31 
42 35 

31 49 

22 14 

23 16 
35 

23 19 

27 5 

38 59 



32 43 



22 45 

30 54 

46 33. 
10 6 1 
35 20 
15 24 
39 50 

35 14 

21 54 

22 1 
21 17 
41 36 

47 50 
47 43 

37 9 



8 35 

34 45 
36 24 
21 53 

12 30 
49 25 
46 35 

36 59 

25 
10 39 

13 
32 

4 34 

21 12 

35 5 

31 
39 59 

37 15 
35 40 

25 25 

23 41 

20 52 

22 29 



No. 

ol 

Map 

7 
7 
17 
25 
23 
20 
22 
23 
1 
17 
11 
17 
20 

21 



22 



.'!' 



Place. 



Theras Chorion, vel \ 

Aulaei Tichos, } 

Akhteboli . . . ) 
Thoriodes, vel Fe 

rinus S. . . 
Therma .... 
Thermae Himeren- ) 

ses, 'Lermini . . ) 
Thermae Selinuntae, j 

•Sciacca . . . ( 
Thermeicus S., Sa- | 

loniki . . . . ) 
Therme, post Thes- | 

Sdlonica,Sa!oniki ) 
Thcrmidara, Diakovo 
Thermodon FL, ) 

Tcriueh . . . ji 
Thermon, Vrachori . 
Thermopylae 
Thespiae, Eremo 

Kustro . . . 
♦Thesprotia . . 
Thesprotia S., P. ) 

S. Giovanni . . \ 
*Thessalia . . . . 
*Thessa:iotis . . . 
Thessalonica, prius ] 

Therme, Saloniki \ 

Thestia 

Theuma 

Theveste, Tipsa Te- \ 

vesa | 

Thia 

Thiagole Ps. ... 

Thiar 

Tliiges, Teghous . . 
Thilaticomum . . . 

Thiltauri 

Thilutha 

*Thimanei, El Nejed 
Thimonepsi, near 

Benisoucf . . 

Thinoe 

Thintis .... 
Thirmida, Thimida 
Thirz a, Tersa . . 
This, El Arabat . 
Thisbe, Kakosia . 
T: izibi M. . . . 
Thoae, v. Echinades ) 

Iae } 

Tnoana, v. Thornia 
Thoantium Prom., 

Pernice . . . 
Thomu .... 
ThoricumPr., Tho 

rico 

Thoricus .... 

Thorn.ix M 

Thoronus I., Fa7io . 
Thome, Vari . . . 
Ihospis, Felasgerd . 

Thospitis 

Thospitis L. . . . 
Thoum, Zoamen . . 

•Thracia 

Thraustus . . . . 

Thria 

Thriasius Campus . . 

Throana 

Throana, Patani . . 
Throasca, Koorandub 
Thronium ... . 
Thubida, v. Obcidia . 
Thubuna, vel Thu- ) 

burna, Tubnah . } 

Thule 

Thumata 

Thumna 

Thurea, vel Anthea . 
♦Thurifera Kegio, ) 

Oman . . . . \ 
Thurii, postea Co- j 

pia, Orio . . . ) 
Thuris, Taas . . . 
Thyamis Pr. . . . 
ThyamisFL, Kalamas 
Thyamus M. . . . 
Thyatira, Ak-hisar . 
Thymbrium, I akli . 
Thymiatcrium . . . 
Thynias Pr., Ainada. 
Thyrteum . . . . 

Thyrea 

Thyrcalis Sinus . . 

Thyreum 

Thyrides Iae., Itenesta 



Lat. 



42 ON 

10 ON 

39 42 N 
37 57.N 

37 30 N 

40 10 N 



i No. 
Long. | „, 

Mnp. 



40 37 
43 21 

41 10 

38 40 

38 48 

38 18 

39 30 
39 15 

39 30 
3D 20 

40 37 

38 42 

39 18 

35 20 

40 9 
45 30 
37 53 
33 34 

33 58 

36 20 

34 12 
27 30 

29 8 

10 50 

31 41 

37 10 

32 23 
26 10 

38 15 

30 20 

33 20 
30 45 

35 25 

26 27 

37 44 

37 44 
37 9 

39 50 

37 50 

27 55 

38 23 
38 22 
30 24 

41 40 

37 47 

38 4 
38 6 
47 30 

8 10 
26 14 

38 47 

36 10 

35 15 

61 
23 20 
18 28 

37 7 

23 

39 40 

13 40 
39 40 
39 40 

38 47 
38 53 
38 25 

34 43 
41 51 
37 31 
37 21 

37 24 

38 52 N 

36 25 IN 



28 

104 30 
34 48 



E 

E 

13 44|E 



13 6 
23 

22 57 

20 20 
37 

21 35 

22 30 

23 10 
20 30 

20 28 

22 15 
22 

22 57 

21 30 

22 

8 9 

39 50 

28 40 

57 

8 30 

36 19 

37 31 
41 56 
45 



31 18 E 

106 40 | E 

21 55 
9 50 

35 27 

32 10 

22 59 
13 

21 10 
35 43 
27 14 
31 53 
24 5 

24 4 e 

22 26| E 



19 20 
23 48 

56 47 
41 29 
41 30 
31 43 

26 

21 46 
23 35 
23 35 

114 

100 25 

59 45 

22 42 
40 59 

4 47 

2 

44 1 

45 47 
22 4 

57 15 

16 25 

44 5 

20 11 

20 30 

21 15 

27 5S 
31 32 

6 26 

28 5 

22 6 
22 45 
22 46 
20 59 



10 

25 

19 

5 



10 



22 26 E 



INDEX. 



11 



l'li.ce. 



Tby rides Pr., G rosso 
Tbyssus .... 
Tiarantus Fl. . . 
Tiasum, Data . . 
•Tibareni . . • 
Tiberias, Tubariyeh 
TiberisFl. . . • 

Tibilis 

Tibiscus .... 
Tibiscus, v. Pathis- ) 

sus Fl., Theiss . ) 
Tibur, Tivoli . . 
Tiburtina Via . . 
Tichilla, last our . 
Ticbium .... 
Ticinus, Ticino 
Ticinus FL, Tesino 
Tierna, Alt Orsova 
Tifata Mons, Mad- 

daloni .... 
Tifemum . . . 
Tifcrnum Metau- 

rcnse, S. Angclo 

in Vado . . . 
Tifernum Tibcri- 

num, Citta di 

Castello ... 
Tifernus M., Matese 
TifernusFL, Bifemo 
Tigavas .... 
Tigisis, Anounah . 
Tigra, Maretin 
Tigrana, Ardebil . 
Tigraneama, Mali- 

mudiyeh-Kalch 
Tigranocerta, Sert 
Tigris EL, El Dijlah . 

Tigrisis 

Tigulia, Tregosa . . 
Tigurinus Pagus . . 

•Tilataoi 

Tilavemptus P., Po. 

Tagliamento . . 
Tilavemptus Fl., 

Tagliamento 

Tile 

Tillabari .... 
Tilogrammuin . . 
Tilphossus . . . 
•Timachi .... 
Timacum Majus . 
Timacum Minus . 
Timacus FL, Timok 
Timaetbus FL, F.di 1 

Naso . • • i 
Timavi Fons, Timao 
Timnath, Tibneh . 
Timnatb Seraeh . 
Timolaeum . . . 
•Timonitis . . . 
Tina PL, TV. Esk . 
Tinam, ad, Fordin 
Tinconcium . . . 
Tingis, Tangier . 
Tingitanum . . . 
Tiniodiri, Kasr Be- 

grata .... 
Tinna FL, Tenna . 
Tinna FL, Eden . 
Tinnetio, Tinzcn . 
Tinodes, vel Areno- 

sus M., Jebel 

Roumlieh . . . 
Tinurtium, Tournus , 
Tiora, Torano . . , 
Ticinum, Pavia . , 
Tiparenus I., Spetzia 
Tipasa, Tiffesh . . , 
Tipasa, v. Tbapsus, 1 

Tennez . . . j 
Tiphae, vel Sipbce, ] 

Agioni . . . . J 
Tirinadi .... 
Tiriscum, v. Taros, ) 

Tergovist ... J 
Tiristasis, Peristi . 
Tiriza, vel Tetrisias ) 

Acra, Calagriah . ] 

Tiryns 

Tisaeon M. et Pr, 

M. Trikiri . 
Tissa, Randazzo 
Tissaphalta . . . 
Tisurus, Tozer . . 

Titane 

Titaresius FL, Sa- ) 

ranta Poros . . ) 



36 28 
40 10 
46 10 

43 58 

40 45 
32 48 

41 48 
36 20 

45 37 

46 

41 50 
41 55 
36 20 
38 29 
46 20 
45 29 

44 44 

41 5 
41 37 

43 39 



43 26 

41 25 
41 55 

35 58 

36 10 
43 55 
38 1 

38 17 



Lat. 



38 

35 

36 40 

44 15 
46 50 

42 40 

45 39 

46 

47 30 
30 9 
23 
38 22 

43 55 
43 36 

43 42 

44 

38 3 



45 50 

31 46 

32 4 
41 55 

41 25 
56 46 
56 49 

46 50 
35 47 

35 50 

30 28 

43 10 

56 re 

46 37 
27 

46 33 

42 13 
45 12 

37 15 

36 15 

36 30 

38 12 

35 54 

44 45 
40 36 

43 22 

37 36 

39 7 

37 48 

36 25 

33 20 

37 54 

39 45 



Lony 



22 2*2 
24 16 
27 35 
26 5 
37 55 
35 34 
12 18 

7 

21 15 

20 10 

12 46 

12 35 

9 28 

22 10 

8 58 
8 45 

22 25 

14 20 
14 33 

12 23 



12 16 

14 20 
14 55 
1 22 
7 5 
26 10 
48 15 

43 43 

41 42 
43 40 



12 51 

5 10 
11 
89 55 
23 1 
22 10 
22 11 
22 
22 20 

14 50 

13 34 
34 57 
35 

33 



33 
2 

2 
2 
5 
1 

19 44 

13 40 

3 
9 41 

30 

4 52 

13 18 
9 

23 

7 40 

1 20 

23 4 

2 30 

25 29 
27 
28 30 

22 49 

23 10 

14 59 

42 34 

8 25 
22 38 

22 5 



No. 

of 

Map 

7 

9 

10 

10 

19 

20 

4 

17 

10 

1(1 
1 

4 
17 

8 
15 

3 
10 

i 

4 



Place. 



TitaruaM.,<Soranfa 

Poros .... 
Tithorea, f'elitza . 
Tithronium . . . 
Titiensis Vicoa, Si- i 

cli in ii') . . . . \ 
Tittheion If. . . 
Tituleia, lllescaa . 
Titulos, ad . . . 
Tityrtu Pr., S 
Tium, PilioB . . 
Tiviacum, OUmboka 
Tlos, Deuoar . . 
Tmolus M., Bouz ) 

Dagh . . . . j 
Tobii Ostia, Ms. of 

the Tony . . . 
Tobias EL, Toxnj . 

Toga 

Tolbiacum ... 
Tok'tum, Toh do . 
Toliatis I., Sheppey 
•Tolistoboii . . . 
Tollegata, Talgate 
Tollentinum, To- ) 

lentiiio . . . . \ 
Tohurdissa, velTbc- i 

leda \ 

Tolococida . . . 
Tolopbon .... 
Tolosa, Toulouse . 
•Tolosates, i r pper 

Garonne . . . 
Tolosochorion . , 
•Tomabai . . . , 
Tomarus Montes, ) 

Mitchikeli . . j 

Tomi 

Tomorus, v. Tube- 1 

rus FL, Ilingol . } 

Tonca 

Tonici, v. Nici . . , 
Tonosa . . . . , 
Tonskus Fl., Tonja , 
Tonzarma . . . , 
Tonzos, lanboli . 
Tonzus .... 
Topazos, vel Opliio- \ 

des, v. Agatbonis > 

Insida . . . . ; 
Topbel .... 
Topi r a .... 
Topium, Topo . . 
Tornates, Touvnay 
Toron, Tihnin . . 
Torone, Toron (ruins 
Toroniacus S., Kas- | 

sandra .... J 
Torrens ^Egj^ti . 
Torj-ne, Parga . . 
♦Tosarene . . . 
Toum, vel Tbmoi, \ 

Ayengien . . . j 
Touphium . . . 
*Toxandri . . . 
Toxandria . . . 
•Tracbea .... 
Trachis .... 
*Tracbonitis et Itu- 






N 



resa 

Traens Fl., Tricnto 
Tragaso9 . . . . , 
Tragea I 

Tragonice, Bcbehan , 
Tragurium, Trau . 
Tragus FL ... 
Traja Capita, v. Tria j 

Capita . . . . ) 
Trajana Colonia . , 
Trajani Canalis . . , 
Trajani Pons . . 
Trajani Munimcnta, ) 

Aschaffcnburg . ) 
Trajanopolis . . 
Trajanopolis, v. Se- ) 

linus, Silent*/ . i 
Trajanus P., T. di ) 

Troja . . . . ) 
Trajectura . . . 
Trajectum, Utrecht 
Trajectus, Aust 
Tralles, Guzcl-hisar 
Trampya .... 
Tramariciolum, ) 

Sharfal . . . j 
Tramudxisim . . 
Translita; . . . 



38 35 
43 56 
40 8 

li 89 

i , 29 

38 11 

51 45 
51 55 

50 in 
89 57 

51 25 

39 25 

1) ;><j 

13 12 

35 8 

33 58 

38 22 
43 34 

43 40 

39 10 

15 50 

39 50 

44 
25 25 

40 14 


38 28 
42 2.3 

38 34 
42 30 

42 10 

23 50 

30 56 
40 59 
46 11 

43 14 
33 13 

39 36 

40 5 

30 50 

39 17 

40 50 

24 47 

25 34 
51 13 
51 4 

36 30 

38 47 

33 20 

39 30 
39 36 

36 33 
30 42 

43 30 

37 4 

41 

51 45 

30 34 

44 37 

50 1 

38 40 

36 15 

42 47 

44 50 

52 3 

51 35 

37 51 

39 55 

31 

30 33 

43 2 



12 15 



e 

3 51 

23 u i 
82 i 1. 

■:: ::\: 

4 ow 

I 

A w 

ii :,ii e 

32 10 l. 

9 52 B 

13 10 E 



Map 



37 9 l; 21 



5 In W 
22 17|E 

i 23 1: 

1 20 E 

32 HE 
43 15 E 

20 55 E 

28 40 E 

65 30 E 

S 1 46 K 

42 30 E 



37 20 
26 5 
46 54 



26 20 E 

27 43 E 

35 46 E 



35 46 

24 49 

12 45 

12 

35 25 
23 58 

23 40 

34 

20 22 
45 30 

32 59 

32 34 
5 

5 

33 

22 22 

36 15 

16 45 
26 9 

26 16 
50 42 

16 15 
22 12 

41 

6 9 
32 
22 32 

9 10 

29 57 
32 22 

10 47 

39 
5 7 
2 35 

27 56 

21 14 

17 45 

12 2 

22 52 



rurc. 



rraii-niMi,', .... 

rranopara .... 
I 

■ 

•Tr.uiM '. . . 

. . . 
I 

| 
M. I 

Treimil:. 

. . 

Tretoi r., .uinb . . 
Tretum r r ., I 
ft a rm t, or n,t* 

^ ' . . 

I,- . 
atom, Tri 

•Trcvrri 

Tria, I . . 

Tria Capita, u-; , 

•Tiilialli . . . 
•Tri!. 

BMm . . . . j 

Tribunal 

•Tri . . 

m.i, Som . . . 

silMB . . . . 

Tnccsimum, ail, t 
■ hid . . j 

Trich .nis in., /,. 

f'riii/uiri . . . 
Trichonium . . . 
Tricomias, Terkumirh 
•Trieornosii ... 
Tricorniuin, RUapek 
Triooryphoa, v. Try 

plrilius M. . ". 
Tricorythus . . . 
Trier aha I., 7 
•Tridentini, Tyrol 
Tridentuin, 7 
Triaron Prom., Bat i 

Kasr Unmet . . \ 

TrigaboU .... 
Trigisamum, S. \ 

PoUen . . . . ( 
Triglypbjon, v. Tri- 

lingum, A rata ii. 
Trigundom . . . 
Trikke, Trikala . 
Trileucum Pr., V. 

Ortega I . . . 
Triniamniiuin . . 
Trimitlius, Triniitusa. 
Trimontium, Bildoti . 
Trinasus, Trinisa . . 
Trinius FL, Triyno . 
•Trinobantes . . . 
Trinytheos . . . . 

Triobris l'l 

Triocala, Mtt. V*T 

gine 

•Triopium . . . 

Triopium 

Triopium Pr., Krio . 
Triparadisus, vol \ 

Paradisus ... J 
•Triphylia . . . . 
•Tripbylia . . . . 
Tripodlscus . . . . 

•Tripolis 

•Tripolis 

Tripolis, Tireboli . . 
Tripolis, Kuih }'eniji. 

Tripolis, Tarabuhu . 

•Tripolitana . . . . 

Tripontium, Treponti 

Tripontium, near i 

Booby . . . . ( 

Triquadra I,, Oon< 
Tri-idis 

TriaBum 

Tri-tolus 

Tritoea, Kastritzi . . 

Tritea 

Tritium, Nagera . . 

Tritium 

Tritonis, v. Palladii 
Talus, Al s 



41 IN 

■ 

\1 UN 

■ 

■ 



. 



■ 
■ 

il ON 

■ 

I 
I 

33 32 

11 21 

25 15 

38 11 

M 7 

11 IS 
18 11 

20 4o 

89 33 
18 #0 

I! 17 

35 1 

.')1 47 

.'7 1 
14 50 

37 30 

36 40 



.11, 

I 

10 10 

37 13 

10 

11 

U 29|H 



52 21 



19 1" N 
14 20 N 

■ 
40 57 N 
38 2N 
18 46 N 
12 21 N 

■ 





Map 


. 


10 


81 1- 1. 

n 1 1. 


11 
10 

7 
\'J 




4 




10 

4 




4 




8 

4 

17 

4 






11 (I 



8 10 

- 

J 1 l'l. 

23 15 I. 



11 4o 
11 

15 18 

11 38 

15 i-' 



21 45 i: 



26 
33 51 

I 10 1: 

13 14 E 

27 47 I! 

21 45 I. 

23 II B 

22 18 1: 
22 10 B 
88 51 B 

11 1. 



1 II 
3 3 

I to 

20 11 

3 31 

8 40 



42 



INDEX. 



l'lace. 



Tntiirrita . 
♦Triumpilini, Vol 
Trompia . . . 
Triumvirorum I. . 
Trivicum, Trevico 
Trivona FL, Ouse . 
Trivonam, ad, 
Branston . . , 

Troesi 

Troezen .... 

Trogillium Pr., C. 

S. Maria . . . 

Trogitis Palus, L. 

Geidi Shchr, or 

Soghlah . . . 

*Troglodytae . . 

TroicusM. . . . 

Troja, v. Ilium Ve- 

tus, Bunar-bashi 

Troja, Tour a . . 

Tronis 

Tropaea .... 
Tropaea, vel Vibo 
Valentia, M.Leone 
Tropaea Augusti, 

Turbia . . . 
Tropaea Drusi, Du- 
derstadt . . . 
Tropina .... 
Trosrui, Malchin . . 
Trossulum . . . . 
Trotilum, C. di Bruca 
Truentinonum Fo- ) 
rum, Bcrtinaro . i 
Truentinum Cas- 
trum, Me. Bran- 
done ..... 
Turentus Fl., Tronto 
Trybactra, Bokhara 
Trycha .... 
Tryphillus, velTri-) 
corypbos M. . . ) 
Tubactis, Marsa 
Bushaifa . . . 
Tuberus, vel Tomo 
rus FL, Hingol . 

Tubucci 

Tuburbo 

Tuburbummi, Tu- 1 

burbo . . . . j 

Tubusuphis, Beni ) 

Sebou . . . . ) 

Tucaborum, Tukaber 

Tucca 

Tucci 

Tuccitora 

Tuder, '1 odi . . . 
Tueda, vel Alaunus ) 
Fl., Tweed . . ) 
Tuerobis FL, Teify . 
Tuessis, Gordon Cas. 
Tuficum, Pergola . . 

*Tugeni 

Tugia 

Tugma 

Tugulus 

Tuliphurdum, Verden 
Tulisurgium, Hameln 

Tullum 

Tunes, Tunis . . . 
*Tungri 



Lat. 



io 35 

45 35 

44 34 
41 9 
52 30 

52 47 

25 30 
37 30 

37 38 

37 16 

35 50 
29 50 

39 53 

29 50 

38 32 

37 51 

38 40 

43 45 

51 30 

8 50 
45 1 
42 25 
37 17 

44 8 



42 54 

42 52 
39 45 

38 28 



N 
25 15 N 

32 10 



Tungi'i, olim Alua- ) 

tuca, Tongeren . ) 
Tungrorum Fons, 1 

Spa | 

Tuniza, v. Nalpotes, 

La (Jalle . . . 
Tunnocelum . . 
Turauiana, Boquetas . 
Turba, Tarbes . . . 
Turbula, Teruel . . 
*Turcilingi, Borne- ] 

rania . . . . i 
♦Turdetani, Anda- j 

lusia . . . . ) 
*Turduli, Andalusia . 
Turenum, Trani . . 
Turiaso, Taraxona . 
Turiaso, Tarazona . 
Turicum, Zurich . . 
Turmuli, Alconeta ) 

(ruins) . . . . J 
Turnacum, Tournay. 
*Turones, Indre 

and Loire . . 
Turres, Soukhova . 
Turres, ad . . . 



25 25 

39 32 
36 16 

36 50 

36 39 

36 40 

36 40 

37 30 
30 35 

42 47 

55 40 

52 4 
57 37 

43 33 

47 
37 50 

29 40 

30 30 
52 52 

52 4 

48 40 
36 48 
50 33 

50 49 
50 28 

36 50 

54 54 

36 46 
43 15 

40 23 

53 30 

37 30 

37 40 

41 18 
41 54 
39 22 
47 25 

39 43 

50 35 

47 10 

43 8 
41 57 



Long. 



10 19 

10 20 

11 18 
15 

22 

1 38 

59 2 
23 22 

27 3 



32 14 

42 35 
32 

26 17 

31 22 
22 45 
21 53 

15 57 

7 26 

10 22 

77 
28 7 
12 2 
15 13|E 

12 7E 



13 56 

13 45 

64 18 

24 12 

57 
15 20 

65 30 

8 15 
10 17 

9 40 

3 50 

9 33 
6 9 
6 11 

25 37 
12 25 



2 10 W 



4 19 
3 9 

12 46 

8 40 

2 58 
92 30 
18 38 

9 x6 
9 25 

5 57 
10 4 

5 40 

5 25 

5 53 

8 25 

3 14 
2 42 

3 

1 6 

15 30 

6 

4 30 

16 30 

1 43 

2 3 
8 37 

6 17 

3 19 

1 

22 35 
12 4 



No. 

of 

Map 



19 

22 
18 

19 

18 
8 
7 

5 
3 

14 

2.3 

10 

4 

5 



4 

24 
9 

23 
17 

21 

16 

17 

17 

17 

17 
17 
16 
17 
4 

12 

11 

12 

3 

13 
16 
25 
17 
14 
14 
13 
17 
13 

13 



Place. 



Turres, ad, Maid a 
Turres, ad . . , 
Turres, ad . . . 
Turres, ad . . , 
Turres Albas, ad , 
Turris Juliana, T, 
Pelosa .... 
Turris Constantini 
Turum, Turi . , 
Tusca FL, Wady Zain 
Tuscania, Toscanella. 
Tusci Plinii Villa . . 
Tusculanum, Tos- ) 
culano . . . . ) 
Tusculum, Frascati . 

TutapusFl 

Tutatio, Unt. G run- 
burg .... 
Tutola, Tudela 

Tutzis 

Tyana, vel Danis, 
Kiz-hisar . . . 
Tyde, Tuy . . . 
Tylos, velTyrusI., ) 
Bahrein . . . j 
Tylus, vel CEtylus, ) 
Vitylo . . . . ) 
♦Tymphaea .... 

Tympbe M 

Tympbrestus M. . . 
Tyna Fl., Pennar . . 
Tyndaris, Tindaro . 

Tyndis 

TyndisFL, Braminy . 

Typaneae, Burmazi . 

Typbon, postea ) 

Orontes FL, Nahr [ 

el Asy . . . . ) 

*Tyra 

Tyracinae, Traina 
Tyriaeum, Arkut ) 
Khana. . . . ) 

Tyrida 

Tyrrhenum Mare . . 
Tyrus, vel Sor, vel 
Sarra, Sur . . 
Tyrus, vel Tylos L, 
Bahrein . . . 
Tysdrus, Al Jemm 
Tyza, Teez . . . 
*Tzani .... 
Tzitzi, v. Izitzi 
Tzurullum, Tchorlu 



U. 

Ubaha 34 

*Ubii 51 

Ubinnaca 38 

UbusFl 36 

Uca |38 

Uceni, Oysans . . .45 
Ucetia, Uzes . . . [44 
Udacespes M., Vastan 38 
*Udeni, El Nejed . . 25 
UdonFl 45 



Lat. 


Long, 


38 56 N 


16 24 


E 


38 50 


N 


35 


w 




N 


3 54 


\Y 


33 35 


N 


8 


E 


41 21 


N 


13 1 


E 


41 6 


N 


17 3 


E 


43 45 


N 


24 45 


E 


40 52 


N 


17 5 


E 


36 42 


N 


9 


E 


42 23 


N 


11 51 


E 


43 27 


N 


12 10 


E 


45 43 


N 


10 35 


E 


41 48 


N 


12 41 


F, 


33 10 


N 


76 


E 


47 58 


N 


14 10 


E 


42 4 


N 


1 39 


W 


23 24 


N 


32 45 


E 


37 47 


N 


34 40 


E 


42 4 


N 


8 30 


W 


26 


N 


50 38 


E 


36 43 


N 


22 23 


E 


40 


N 


21 20 


E 


40 


N 


21 10 


E 


38 57 


N 


21 50 


E 


14 40 


N 


79 


E 


38 5 


N 


15 4 


E 


15 25 


N 


74 16 


R 


21 30 


N 


85 


E 


37 36 


N 


21 44 


E 


35 40 


N 


36 20 


E 


29 40 


N 


33 15 


E 


37 43 


N 


14 36 


E 


38 17 


N 


32 7 


E 


41 8 


N 


25 8 


E 


41 


N 


12 


E 


33 18 


N 


35 13 


E 


26 


N 


50 38 


E 


35 25 


N 


10 40 


E 


25 29 


N 


60 33 


E 


40 20 


N 


41 30 


E 


23 50 


N 


32 45 


E 


41 17 


N 


27 42 


E 



No. 

of 

Map 




48'N 

o;n 

25IN 
20 N 

18 N 
ON 
IN 

ION 



vei ) 

isa, J 



Ufens FL, Ufente . 
Uffugum, Fagnano 
Ufrenos, v. CEnopa- \ 

ros FL, Afrin . ) 
Ugernum, Beaucaire 
Uggade, Pont de ) 

VArche . . . \ 
Ulcisia Castra, S. ) 

Endre . . . . ) 
TJlia, Montilla . . , 
Uliarus L, Oleron 
Ulmi, Sviniarevacz , 
Ulmum, Goiss . . , 
Ulpia Pautalia, ) 

Ghius'.endil . . ) 
Ulpia Trajani, vel 

Sarmizegethusa, 

Varhely 
Ulpiana, vel Justi 

niana Secunda. 

Kousnik ? 
Ulterior P., Calais 

UlubraB 141 

Umbranum, Marano . 44 
*Umbria, Umbria, fyc. 42 
Umbro FL, Ombrone . 43 

Ummab 33 

Una 44 

Undccimum, ad, 

near Marano 



15 N 



47 37 



38 



N 



N 

0!N 

54'N 

ON 



42 UN 



45 27 



43 15 



N 



50 



N 

N 

28lN 

45 N 

ON 

2;N 

40 N 

45 49 N 



8 13 


E 


6 30 


E 


33 56 


E 


7 20 


E 


48 47 


E 


5 58 


E 


4 27 


E 


43 20 


E 


44 45 


E 


45 


E 


13 3 


E 


16 4 


E 


36 50 


E 


4 7 


E 


1 8 


E 


19 3 


E 


4 40 


w 


1 20 


W 


19 15 


E 


16 44 


E 


22 56 


E 


22 50 


E 


20 45 


E 


1 50 


E 


12 52 


E 


10 54 


E 


12 35 


E 


11 12 


E 


35 12 


E 


22 23 


E 


13 12 


E 



•Unelli, v. Veneli . . 
Unsingis FL, Hunse . 

Ur 

Ura, vel Sura, Su- ] 

riyeh . . . . | 
Uranopolis, vel Sane . 
Uratbenae, Bampoor . 
Urba, Orbe . . . . 
Urbana, Pavalone 

Urbara 

Urbate, Turk Brod . 

Urbiaca 

Urbigenus Pagus . . 
Urbinum Hortense, ) 

Urbino . . . \ 
Urbs A r etus, v. Her- j 

banum, Orvieto . 4 
Urbs FL, Orba . . . 
Urcao, vel Urgaon 

Alba, Arjonilla . 
Urchoa, vel Orchoe 
Urci, Huercal . , 
Urgaon Alba, vel 

Urcao, Arjonilla 
Uria, vel Orra . . . 
Uria, vel Hyria, Oria 

Uria L 

Urianus L., Varano . 

Urmia 

Urioconium, v. Vi- \ 

roconium, Wrox- > 

eter ) 

Urius FL, Tinto . . 
Urmagiganti, v. Ci- ) 

liza, Killis . . ) 
UrpanusFL, Verbitza 
Ursaon, vel Urso, ] 

Osuna . . . . ) 
Ursaria, Orsera 
Ursentum, Orso 

Marso . 
Ursoli . . 
Urusa, Kurasberg 

Urzan 

Usar, vel Sisar FL, ) 

Zwouah . . . ) 
Usbium, Pisek . . . 
Uscosium .... 
Usi, Jelouleh . . . 
♦Usipii, vel Ubipetes . 

Usippiro 

Ussubium .... 
Ustica, v. Osteodes ) 

I., Ustica . . . ) 
Usuerva, Lesignan . . 

Usula 

»Uterni, Cork . . . 
Utica, Bou Shater . 
Utidava, Udvarhely . 

UtisFl 

Utum 

Uxacona, Oconyate . 
Uxama, v. Oxama, ) 

Osma .... | 
Uxamabarca . . . 
Uxantis I., Ushant . 
Uxella, Bridgewater . 
Uxellonodum,.S , om7J«c 
Uxellum, Castle Over 
Uxentum, Ugento 
Uxentus Mons . . . 

*Uxii 

Uzia 



'.)' 



Lat. 



49 20 
53 15 

36 15 

35 50 

40 22 
24 20 
46 46 

41 5 

35 12 
45 
40 46 

46 40 

43 44 

42 42 

44 47 

37 58 

31 

36 51 

37 58 

38 

40 30 

38 20 

41 53 
37 7 

52 40 

37 20 

36 48 

44 37 

37 19 

45 9 

39 47 

45 11 

47 52 

31 7 

36 10 

49 14 

41 58 
35 45 
51 45 
35 53 
44 34 

38 42 

43 11 
1 34 56 

51 45 

37 8 

46 15 

44 20 
43 40 

52 44 

41 30 

43 10 

48 20 
51 7 

44 54 
55 10 

39 55 
22 
31 30 
27 59 



Long. 



No. 
I of 
Map 



1 30 

7 35 
42 33 

38 49 

23 58 
97 

6 29 
]3 59 

57 
18 4 

1 19 
6 50 

12 35 

12 9 

8 40 
4 2 

45 31 

2 31 

4 2 

16 10 

17 47 
21 28 
15 46 
37 48 

2 38 

6 35 
37 10 
17 10 

5 11 

13 40 
15 57 

4 50 

11 24 

48 32 

4 

14 23 
14 56 
10 6 

7 10 
10 26 

3 

13 13 

2 42 
10 55 

9 
9 57 

25 15 

12 

24 35 

2 19 

3 5 



E 

E 
E 

E 
W 
E | 15 
W 16 
E 13 

E 

E 

E 

W 

E 
W 

w 

E 
E 

E 
E 
E 

W 

w 

E 

E 

W 

E 

E 

E 
E 

E 



18 16 
81 
49 30 
51 31 



V. 



Vacca, Beja ? . . 

Vaccae, Aina Kelb 

* Vaccei, Leon . . 

*Vacomagi, Inver- 
ness, Nairn, fyc. 

Vacua FL, Vouga . 

VadimonisL., Bas- 
sanello .... 

Vagae 

Vagal 

•Vagienni, Pied- 
mont .... 

Vagniacae . . . 

Vagoritum . . . 

Valcum, Ids Ko- 
marom .... 

Valdanus FL, Unna 

•Valentia .... 

Valentia, Valence . 

Valentia, Valencia 



36 40 
35 19 
42 10 


N 

N 
N 


9 

4 26 

5 


E 
E 
W 


57 20 


N 


4 


W 


40 40 


N 


8 30 


W 


42 24 


N 


12 21 


E 


34 32 

35 40 


N 
N 


2 
50 


E 


44 25 


N 


7 45 


E 


51 25 

47 58 


N 
N 


20 
25 


E 
W 


46 33 


N 


17 18 


E 


45 
55 30 
44 55 

39 29 


N 
N 
N 
N 


16 20 

3 

4 55 
25 


E 

w 

E 

\Y 



INDEX. 



43 



Place. 



""] 



Valentiniani Muni- 
mentu, Mannheim 

Valentinum, v. Ful 
vii Foruin, Va 
lenza . . 

Yalepanga, Torres 

♦Valeria, Hungary . 

Valeria, Vulverde . . 

Valeria Via . . . . 

Va eriana, Vadinou . 

Valetium 

Valina, Furstenfcld . 

Vallia, Pte. de Orciyo 

Vallia Fl., Paglia . . 

VallisFcnnina, Va/ais 

Vallum llomanum I 
■ (Dacian) . . . ) 

Vallum Komanum 

Valvata, Fornacette . 

Vandnara, Paisley 

Vangl nes, olim 



Lat. 



Loot 



'.) 



'. I 



Borbetomagus 
Vannia, Fanna 
Vannia, Ciridate 
*Vannii Regnum 
Vapincum, Gap 
Vara, v. Tua Ast., 

Murray Frith 
Vara', Bodfary 
Vara, Forres . . 
Vara, Omul itch . 
Varanus Fl., Stella 
•Yarciani, Croatia 
♦Varduli, Navarre, 

Wurtemburg, Sf 

Bavaria . . . 
•Vargiones . . . 
Varia, Cenicero . 
Varica .... 
Varianae, Lonya . 
Varianus Vicus, 

B aria no . . . 
•Varini, Meculen- 

buryh .... 

* Varisti, Bohemia 
Varius Vicus . . 

Vama 

Varus Fl., Var. . 
Yasada .... 
Yasaoda .... 
•Vasates, Girondc 
•Vascones, Navarre 
Vasio, Vaison . . 
Vastauna . . . 
Vatieanum Prom., j 

C. Vaticano . . ) 
Vatollanus Vicus, 

Vatolla . . . 
Vatreni Ptus., vel 
Spineticum Osti- 
um, Po. di Pri- 
maro . . . ., 
Vatrenus Fl., Sautern 
Vatusium . . . 
Vazaritae . . . 
Vectis la., Isle of 
fFiyht .... 
•Vediantii . . . 
Vedinum, Udine . 
Vedrae Ostia, Wear 
Vegesena, Kazarecn 
Vegium, Vezza 
Veii, Isola . . . 
Veiturii, Voltaggio 
*Velabri .... 
Veldidena, Wilden 
Veleda .... 
Veleia .... 
•Veleiates ... 
Vel:a vel Elia, C.a) 
mare del la Bruca ) 
Veliiius FL, Velino 
Velinus Lacus, L. 1 
Pie di Lugo . . ) 

• Veliocasses, Eu re, fyc 
Velitrae, Veletri . 
Velladis .... 
Vellaunodumvm, 

Boyne . . . 
•Vellavi, Upr. Loire 
Vcllica .... 
Yemania, Wangen 
Venafrum, Venafro 
Venasi .... 
•Yenedae .... 
Venedious Sinus, } 

D.inziq . . . ( 



49 3( 



15 1 

111 A 

17 (i 

;ii) 40 

12 (i 

115 40 

4 > liii 

47 3 

12 2.') 

12 17 
4(i 10 

15 30 

SO 

13 4o 
55 50 

19 41 

10 
10 
18 

44 33 

57 40 

53 12 
57 30 
12 18 
46 

45 4G 

42 50 

49 10 
12 20 

42 9 
45 19 

45 

43 50 

50 30 

42 3 

38 23 

43 45 

39 13 

41 52 

44 25 

42 20 
44 10 
38 17 

38 37 



40 17 



44 35 

44 28 
46 2 
36 

50 40 

43 54 

46 2 
55 
34 55 

44 17 
42 2 
44 38 
52 5 

47 16 
34 33 
44 47 
44 40 



40 9 N 
42 23 N 

42 29 N 

49 20 N 

41 42 N 
40 15 N 



48 6 

45 
43 10 
47 40 
41 29 
38 57 
54 20 

54 30 



M >]> 



S\ 8 32 E 



N 8 38 



1 26 
18 

2 9 
13 10 
24 14 
18 10 

16 16 
5 54 

11 55 

7 50 

21 25 

9 15 
lo 34 

1 in 

8 20 

12 44 
10 14 

17 20 



15 50 
13 

16 20 

2 



\Y 



10 20 E 
2 36 
44 37 
16 52 



11 18 

12 30 

14 20 
12 50 
47 40 
7 11 
33 36 
43 32 

20 

1 30 
5 

43 



7 
1 

15 47 

15 2 



13 19 

11 50 

6 40 

7 48 

1 20 

7 15 
13 10 

1 26 

8 40 
15 30 

12 22 

8 52 

9 40 

11 25 
36 23 

9 38 
9 45 

15 7 

13 

12 46 

1 30 

12 44 

7 58 

2 24 

4 
4 4 
9 52 

13 56 
34 50 
20 30 

19 



W 



11 



Place. 



.:' 



•Veneli vel Unelli, 

La Mtimj'i, 
Veneris Templum 
Veneris Temp. . . 
Veneris Ptus 

Veneris l'tur,., I't. 
I 'i ndn s . . . 

Veneris i'r., Caaa- 

liere 

•Veneti, /'. , 
•Yeneti, Morbihan 
VenetlcsB he. . . 
Venetas \. Brignn- 

tinus, L. O) 

stance or n <i, n 



Venetut Ptne., /' •. 

del Lido . . . j 

Veniatia 

•Yennienii, Donegal . 
Vennicnium Prom, i 

Bloody Portland \ 
•Vennicontcs, 
Perth. Forfar, <$- 

Kincardine 
•Yennones, Sirit- 

z< r/and . . . 
Yenoniuin, Clay 
Venta lielgaruni, 

Winchester . 
Venta Iccnorum 
Venta Sihiruin, 

Caisfer . . . 
Ventia, f'ivay . 

Vcntium 

Venus Aurca . . . 

Venusia 

VerbanusLaoua, L. i 

Maggiore , . . \ 
Vercelte, Bo. Vcr- i 

vein f 

Vcreis, St. George . 
Vcrcasucca . . . . 
Verentum, Varentano 
Veretum, S. M. di 

Verato .... 
Vergoo, Bogy ia no . 
Vergcllus Fl. . . 
Veigilia, Murcia . 
Vergivius Oceanus 
Verlucio, SandyLunr 
Vernosol . 
•Verodunenscs, Mcu.sc 
Verodunum, Verdun 
Verogium, Varenne . 
Verolamium, St. ) 

Albari's . . . \ 
•Veromandui, Aisne 
Verometum v. Ver 

nometum, nr. E 

Bridyeford . 
Verona, Verona 
Verterae, Brough . . 
Vertina?, Vergina 

*Verues 

Verulae, Vcroli . . 
Verurium . . . . 
Vesaspe, Kasbin . . 
Vescerita v. Vesce- ) 

ther, Biskara I . ) 

Vescia 

*Vescitani, Aragon . 
Vesionica, Benezzone 
Vesontio, Bcsaticon . 
Vespasiae . . . . 
Vesperies, Bcrmeo . 
*Vestini, Abruzzo 
Vesulus M., M. Viso . 
VesunnapostPetro- > 

corii, Pcrigueux . ) 
Vesuvius M., Vcsu- > 

vio ) 

Vetoniana, IFinden . 
Vetoniana . . . . 
Vetonianae, Steyer . 
Vetorncnsis Massa . 
Vettona, Bettona . . 
•Vettones, Eslrc- i 

mndura, fyc. . . ) 
Vetulonia; A<imc . . 
Vetulonii, Vet let a . 
Viadrus Fl., Oder 
Vibii Forum, C. Fiori 
Vibinuni, Bovino . . 
Vibo Valentin vel 

Tropa?a, M.Leone 
Vicentia, Vicenza 






Lat 






N 


i" M 


N 




.\ 




N 




N 


36 9 


N 


1". |. 


N 




N 




N 




N 


45 28 


N 


41 51 


N 


54 50 


N 


55 10 


N 


56 40 


.N 


46 20 


N 


52 3d 


N 


51 5 


N 


59 35 


X 


51 37 


X 


■15 1 1 N 


I ; 13 N 


2!) .'.0 N 


10 55 N 


16 ON 


45 21 


X 


15 40 N 


43 24|N 


12 83 N 


39 52 N 


39 34 N 


11 ION 


38 2 


X 


52 


X 


51 2 7 


N 


43 23 


N 


49 10 N 


49 5N 


46 17 N 


51 44 N 


49 50 


N 


52 49 


N 


45 25 


N 


54 30 


N 


39 20 


X 


34 35 


X 


41 42 


N 


40 14 


X 


36 10 


N 


34 27 


X 


41 13 


X 


42 20 


N 


43 11 


N 


47 15 


N 


42 39 IN 


43 22 N 


42 20 N 


44 40 'N 


45 ION 


40 50 


N 


48 44 


N 


48 35 


X 


48 4 


X 


43 2 


X 


43 


N 


40 


X 


43 4 


X 


43 


X 


52 5 


X 


44 3!) 


X 


41 14 


X 


38 40 


N 


15 32 


N 



Long 






w 


17 21 


1. 


L0 M 


1. 


B 52 


1. 


3 11 


K 




1. 


IS 


i: 


2 10 


w 


3 li 


w 


1 30 


l. 


12 20 


>■ 


5 59 


u 


7 50 


w 


B 2u 




3 30 


w 


10 10 


'•■ 


1 16 


■ 


1 17 


u 


1 14 


B 


2 41 


« 


5 25 


l. 


7 5 


E 


31 17 


1. 


15 55 


'• 


8 45 


i: 


8 25 


''■ 


18 13 


K 




w 


11 46 


B 


18 23 




16 11 


E 


i<; 10 


E 


1 16 


w 


6 


\V 


1 56 


w 


1 14 


E 


5 20 


E 


5 21 


E 


3 25 


1. 


18 


\V 


3 30 


B 


1 4 


w 


11 1 


B 


2 20 


w 


16 52 


i. 


5 


\v 


13 21 


E 


7 5 


W 


49 45 


E 


5 9 


E 


13 50 


]•: 





E 


12 29 


E 


6 


E 


13 


E 


2 46 


W 


13 30 


E 


7 5 


E 


48 


E 


14 27 


E 


11 28 


E 


11 28 


i; 


14 30 


E 


10 50 


E 


12 30 


E 


6 20 


YY 


10 34 


B 


10 50 


E 


15 


E 


7 15 


E 


15 15 


B 


15 57 


i: 


11 35 


E 



No. 
<i! 

M rt |. 

I 

17 

19 

l .; 






i 

■ 

m . . . . 
Vletnium ». 

lltUlli, // 

. . . 
S in. i 

tu n (l, r . . . i 

r . 
\k!i 

I ... / I 

Viduea . . 

•Yul 

Vienna, / «•< >, i . . 
•Vici . . 
;imim,ail,' 
I ^' . . . ( 
x I I . . . 
Villagmi 

Yiiiiinaeiuin . . . 

Vina 

Vm.i/.i 

Vm<ciuin,.v wtendria 
Vindana rtu>., 

Iitlian li 

Vindelia Prom- 
/ Bill 
•Vindelicia . . 
Vindelis la. . . . 
VindensB . . . . 
Vinderins PI., A 
•Yindili . . . 
Vindflis li., B 
Vindins .M. . . 
Vindo v. Virdo 11, i 
Vtrtnek . . .» 
Vindobala . . . . 
Vindobona, Vienna . 

Yindocladia, (iu.ssagc 

Vindamagos . . . 
Vindomia, Fmmhem 

Vindoniora, }J>. i 

Chester . . . . \ 
Yin Hills— . . . . 
Vlneas ad, Jcuna 

ViniolsB 

VinniusMons, S<m- i 

tillano* tint. . 
V i nnori um v. vi- ( 

novid, Bin </f 

Vinzela 

Vipitennm, Stersing 
Viracleum, /' rruco'la 
Virgi vel Knrgis . . 
Virginia Vicus, Va- 

raggio .... 
Viroconiumv.l'rio- 

txadvLTOmWroxeter 
Virovesea, Brtbieeea 
Yiroviaeum . . . . 
Virunum, /'/« rrailm 
Viruniun, Solfeld 
Virvedrum Prom. 
•Visburgii, Sihsia . 
VlseeHsBj l'ois , . . 

•Yispi, H'urtemburg 
Vistula FL, Vistula . 
Visurgis Fl., // eter . 

*Vitii 

Vitodnrom, if'in- 

terthur . . . 

Vitricom, Verrot 

'Yivisii, Durdoyne . 
Vi vise us, Ver ay . , 
Voberna, Vobama . 

Vobrix 

Vooarium, Werfen . 
Voconis Aqme, ( 

Caidaa . . . . ) 
•Vocontii, Dtosjm 

•Vodioc 

Vodona 

Vogeseta 

Volana l'l., J'oluno . 
Volana Ostium, I'o. ) 

di VohiiKi . . . ( 

VolaterrsB, Volt* ma . 

Volaterrana \ac\.\., i 

Voda . . . . \ 

•Vokiv, Hi fault . . 



Ut. 









s 

- 

is 1" N 

■ 
H IN 
17 90 

17 M 

55 
If) 11 



S 
N 
X 

■ 

51 11 N 

M 51 N 



41 55 
13 



I 

14 12 N 
X 



51 10 

42 99 

50 50 

53 30 

10 in 

58 37 

50 10 

17 99 

is 57 

52 n 

r. 19 N 

;i 15 N 

17 96 X 



41 48 



It 4<> 
l'l 2 N 
N 



41 51 

II is 

I ! [fl 



ft 

BBBI 









7 (i W 



11 li 

19 i" 



2 20 W 

11 m. 

6 10 w 

15 Ml. 

9 10 vs 



10 32 

1 52 

2 5 

5u 



1 50 



W 

1. 

W 

I 

NY 11 



6 0\V 

81 51 B 

11 21 E 
10 19 1. 

8 35: E 



2 M NY 



3 26 

3 
12 41 
II 19 

3 3 
17 50 
11 M 

21 

52 n i: 

8 41 E 



W h, 

B U 

B M 

l. Ifl 

W 13 

i; n 

B 15 

i: it 

B 14 

I. i« 



s W 



13 13 E 

B 90 NY 
15 2^ 1 



11 


1 • i. 


12 


is 


E 


10 48 


'■ 


10 




B 




I 



44 



INDEX. 



H 



Place. 



* Volcaetcctosages, ( 

Arri&ge, Sjc. 
Volceae Palus, Ba 

laton or Platten 

see . . 
Volci, P. di Volci 
Volenes, Volagne . 
Voliba, Tregony . 
Volagatis ... 
Vologesia . . . 
Vol«as Sinus, Loch \ 

B>ye . . . . j 
♦Vols- i, Campagna ) 

di Roma . . . ) 
Voltumnae Fanum, 

Viterbo . . . 
Volubilis, Pha- 

roah's Cas. . . 
Volucc, La Mallona 
*Voluntii . . . . 
VomanusFL, Vomano 
Voreda, Penrith 
Vorgmium post 

Osismii . . . 
Vosalia . . . 
Votiba, Tregony . 
Vulcania velHiera, ] 

Vulcano . . . ) 
Vulcanise, v. ^Eoliae } 

Iae., Lipari Is. . ) 
Vulceium, Bucclno 
Vulsiniensis L., L. ) 

dl Bolsena . . ) 
Vulsinii, Bolsena . , 
Vultur M., Volture . 
Vulturia, Valdoria , 
"Vulturnum, C 

Volturno . . . 
Vulturnus Fl., Vol- 
turno .... 
Vungus .... 



t; .}' 



Lat 




Long 


j 


43 5 


X 


1 40 


E 


46 50 


N 


17 45 


E 


42 22 
45 35 
50 18 
44 28 
32 2 


X 

N 
N 
N 
N 


11 36 

10 51 

4 52 

5 22 
44 38 


E 
E 
W 
E 
E 


58 


N 


5 20 


w 


41 25 


N 


13 15 


E 


42 23 


N 


12 5 


E 


34 


N 


5 12 


w 


41 38 
54 10 

42 37 
54 45 


N 
N 

N 
N 


2 37 
6 30 

13 48 
2 45 


w 
w 

E 

w 


48 18 


N 


3 28 


w 


50 4 
50 19 


N 

N 


7 44 
4 52 


E 

w 


38 22 


N 


14 57 


E 


38 30 


N 


14 45 


E 


40 36 


N 


15 21 


E 


42 35 


N 


11 55 


E 


42 39 
40 50 
45 2 


N 
N 
N 


11 57 
15 45 
10 17 


E 
E 
E 


41 3 


N 


13 57 


E 


41 7 


N 


14 15 


E 


49 27 


X 


4 40 


E 



X. 



Xanthus, Kunik . 
Xanthus, pr. Sibrus 

FL, Ujah-Chai . 
Xarax, P. Jeraki . 
Xarax M. ... 
Xarxiare .... 
*Xathri, Punjab . 
Xerogere, Jerreo . 
Xerxis Fossa . . 
Xiphonias, v. Tau- ) 

rusPr., CelCroce j 



36 20 


N 


29 25 


E 


36 40 


N 


29 25 


£ 


36 48 


N 


23 5 


E 


36 50 


N 


23 


E 


29 18 


N 


60 15 


E 


32 


N 


74 


E 


22 20 


N 


75 30 


E 


40 22 


N 


23 56 


E 


37 16 


N 


15 17 


E 



No. 

of 
Map 

13 

15 

4 

3 

11 

13 

22 

12 



19 
19 

7 

7 
24 

25 

25 

9 



Xiphonia 

Xodrace 

Xois, Mehalet el Kebir 
Xylenopolis . . . . 

Xylopolis 

Xynia, Daoukli . . 

Xj nias L., Daoukli, ) 

orXisou . . . ) 



Lat. 




Long 




37 16 


N 


15 15 


E 


26 8 


X 


68 4 


E 


30 58 


X 


31 12 


E 


24 25 


X 


69 


E 


40 55 


X 


23 8 


E 


39 5 


X 


22 15 


E 


39 5 


X 


22 12 


E 



z. 



Zaarain Regia, 

Burikah Bay 

Zaba 

*Zabdaceni . . . 
Zabida, Zebid . . 
Zabus Minor, v. Ca- ] 

^viusF\.,ZabAsfal ) 
Zacynthus L, Za- 

kynto, or Zante . 
Zacynthus, Zante . 
Zadracarta . . . 
Zagora .... 
Zagrae, v. Mediae Pylae 
Zagros, vel Zagrios 

M., Shahu . . 

Zaita 

Zalace, Reshd . . . 

ZalecusFl 

Zalissa, Tiflis . . . 

Zama 

Zama 

Zama Regia, Jama . 
*Zamareni . . . . 
Zames Mons . . . . 
Zancle, postea Mes- ] 

sana, Messina . j 
Zanoah, Zannua . . 

Zaphon 

Zara 

Zaradrus, v. Hesi- ) 

drus FL, Sat lege ) 
Zarai, Zeryah . . . 
*Zarangaei . . . . 

Zaranis 

Zarax, P. Jeraki . . 

Zarax Pr 

Zarbae Castra . . . 
Zarephath, v. Sarepta 
Zarethshahar . . . 



23 37 


X 


38 35 


E 


1 30 


X 


103 45 


E 


37 20 


X 


42 


E 


14 12 


X 


43 20 


E 


35 45 


X 


44 


E 


37 45 


X 


20 45 


E 


37 47 


X 


20 55 


E 


37 18 


X 


55 20 


E 


36 5 


X 


42 13 


E 


34 20 


X 


46 25 


E 


35 


N 


46 30 


E 


34 59 


X 


40 41 


E 


37 15 


X 


49 40 


E 


41 30 


X 


35 35 


E 


41 37 


X 


45 16 


E 


39 21 


X 


35 11 


E 


36 36 


X 


40 53 


E 


35 56 


X 


9 13 


E 


28 28 


X 


41 


E 


25 45 


X 


47 10 


E 


38 12 


X 


15 33 


E 


31 46 


X 


35 1 


E 


32 36 


X 


35 37 


E 


39 29 


X 


37 40 


E 


31 30 


X 


78 


E 


35 32 


X 


5 5 


E 


30 40 


X 


61 30 


E 


34 5 


X 


47 


E 


36 48 


X 


23 5 


E 


38 16 


X 


24 16 


E 


41 33 


N 


25 30 


E 


33 27 


X 


35 20 


E 


32 3 


X 


35 45 


E 



Ma], 

5 
25 
18 

2.) 
10 



Y. 



Yabvr, v. Nabar . .136 50jX| 3 45|E J 17 



Place. 



Zaviaspa, postea 

Bactra, Balkh 
*Zariaspae . . . 

Zarine 

Zaris, Zirreh . . 
Zarthan .... 
Zaruana .... 
*Zcbulun, Tribus . 

Zegira 

Zela, Zilleh . . . 
Zelea, Bigha . . 
Zenobia .... 
Zenobii Iae., v. Do- \ 

lichae, Koorga > 

Moorya Is. . . ) 
Zenoditium . . . 
Zephyrium, Mersyn 
Zephyrium . . . 
Zephyrium Pr., C. 

Brussano . . . 
Zephyrium P. . . 
Zephyrium Pr., Me 

lonta .... 
Zermizirga, Mcdvisch 
Zernes, Tchernetz 
Zeuci.is Ps., Al Biban 
*Zeugitana . . . 
Zeugma, PortWilliam 
Zifaia I., Minicoy . . 
Zidon, v. Sidon, Saide 

Zigylis 

Ziklag, v. Sicella . . 
Zilis, Arzilla . . . 

*Zimises 

Zioberis FL, Poola 

brishim . . . 
Ziph, Tell Ziph . 

Ziras Fl 

Ziridava .... 
Zoan, vel Tanis, vel ) 

Sals, San . . . ) 

Zoana 

Zoar 

Zodogatha, v. Zudo- ) 

gatta . . . . ) 
Zogana .... 

Zoitia 

Zorah, Surah . . 
Zorlane .... 
Zoroanda .... 
Zorombo, v. Cophen 

FL, Duster, or 

Mooleeanee . . 
Zoster Pr., Lombarda 
Zurobara, Vasarhely. 
Zygrae, Sikheirah . . 



Lat 




Long. 


■I 
No. 
of 






Ma) ■ 


36 47 


X 


66 58 


E 


24 


37 


X 


66 30 


E 


24 


32 43 


X 


22 55 


K 


17 


30 27 


X 


61 12 


1'', 


21 


32 9 


N 


35 36 


E 


20 


39 52 


X 


42 36 


R 


22 


32 45 


X 


35 27 


R 


20 


37 y 


X 


43 40 


R 


22 


40 15 


X 


36 2 


1'', 


19 


40 3 


X 


27 27 


R 


19 


35 43 


X 


39 57 


E 


22 


17 30 


X 


56 


E 


23 


36 9 


X 


39 4 


E 


22 


36 44 


X 


34 30 


R 


10 


41 59 


X 


33 29 


E 


19 


38 2 


X 


16 11 


E 


5 


35 10 


X 


25 46 


E 


9 


34 52 


X 


32 17 


E 


19 


46 11 


X 


24 20 


E 


10 


44 35 


X 


22 41 


V, 


10 


33 15 


N 


11 20 


E 


17 


36 40 


X 


9 40 


E 


17 


3/ 1 


X 


38 3 


E 


21 


8 15 


X 


73 10 


E 


9,5 


33 33 


X 


35 23 


E 


?0 


31 35 


X 


25 58 


E 


17 


31 32 


X 


34 52 


E 


<>0 


35 25 


X 


6 4 


W 


17 


36 30 


X 


5 30 


E 


17 


35 47 


X 


57 30 


E 


24 


31 31 


X 


35 11 


E 


■>o 


43 25 


X 


28 


E 


10 


46 12 


X 


21 25 


E 


10 


30 58 


X 


31 55 


E 


18 


38 39 


X 


37 30 


E 


19 


31 17 


X 


35 38 


E 


20 


30 12 


X 


35 45 


E 


18 


40 21 


X 


39 50 


E 


19 


37 28 


X 


22 9 


V, 


7 


31 48 


X 


34 59 


E 


90 


40 46 


X 


26 36 


R 


10 


38 29 


X 


41 33 


E 


22 


26 30 


X 


62 20 


E 


24 


37 49 


X 


23 45 


R 


7 


46 25 


X 


20 20 


R 


10 


31 30 


X 


25 42 


E 


17 





Uniform with this Atlas, 

FINDLAY'S MODERN ATLAS, 

With 32 Maps, Engraved on Steel, Coloured, Imperial Svo, 12s. 



FINDLAY'S COMPARATIVE ATLAS OF ANCIENT AND 

MODERN GEOGRAPHY. 

In One Volume, Imperial ito, Price £1 lis. 6d. 

A COMPARATIVE ATLAS OF ANCIENT AND MODERN GEOGRAPHY, comprised in 54 
Coloured Maps ; showing the various Divisions of tbe World as known to the Ancients, and their 
corresponding Sites and Boundaries in Modern Countries : derived from the most authentic sources. 
With an Introduction to Ancient Geography, and an Index, in Two Paets, — I. The Ancient before the 
Modern Names of Countries, Cities, &c. II. The Modern before the Ancient Names. 



FINDLAY'S SCHOOL ATLAS, 

With 17 Maps, finely coloured, half -bound, 8vo, 5s. 



FINDLAY'S JUNIOR CLASSICAL ATLAS OF ANCIENT 

GEOGRAPHY. 

Half-bound, with 13 Maps, finely coloured, 8vo, 5s. 






/— 



/ 



/ 




(