10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «LUGUVALLUM»
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A new and accurate description of the present great roads ...
Peteril-Foundations of the town and fort which stood towards the ri . are daily du g
up-From this Vertera: we have astation at zo m. dist. Brocavum-It is mention'd
only in the 5in journey at 20 m. dist. fr. Verteris, and zz fr. Luguvallum-I would go
A third route led from Cataractoxis, through a station called Lavatile, diagonally
across the country, in a north-westerly direction to Luguvallum, and so to the Wall
, and thence further northward to a station called Blatum Bulgium, which was ...
The history and antiquities of the city of Carlisle [from ...
... of Hadrian; and we conceive that Leland points out the most probable
etymology. Camden and his editors have taken great pains on this subject, " The
Romans'and " Brirains called it Luguvallum and Luguballium, or Luguballia; the
A System of Ancient and Mediæval Geography for the Use of ...
120 Luguvallum 201 Luna 290 Lun» Montes 710 " SUva 219 Luppia 222
Luquido 405 Lusitani 32, 35 Lusitania 21,35 Lusius 477 Lutia 61 Lutctia
PariBiorum 136 , Lutoia 133 | Lutudarum 202 Luxia 31 Luxovium 155 i
Lycabettus 547 i ...
Eve of All Hallows (A Historical Fantasy)
Aodh bobbed his head. “Aye, sure. Though I haven't Dinod's wordcraft, I'll try.
Let's see. I know of a witch I could tell of. She lives under the bridge where the
River Eden flows by the old Roman Wall by the fort at Luguvallum.” “Aye, that's a
Dictionary of Greek and Roman Geography
16. § 5.) In the Peuting. Table it is called Lugio, and it is, perhaps, to be looked for
on the site of the modern Betta, at the entrance of the Sonic into the Danube. [L. 5
.] LUGUVALLUM, or LUGUVALLIUM (Anton. Itin.), LUGUBALUM (Ravcnnas) ...
The Penny Cyclopaedia. Volume VI.
Carlisle is supposed to be of British origin, and there is reason to conclude that it
was a Roman station, the Luguvallum ot' the Itinerary of Antoninus. Its modern
name is said to be derived 'from the word Lucl, a Salton corruption of Luguvallum,
Ancient Rome: history of a civilization that ruled the world
A Castra Exploratorum (Netherby) B Banna (Bewcastle) C Bribra (Malbray) D
Alauna (Maryport) E Derventione (Papcastle) F Olerica (Old Carlisle) G
Luguvallum (Carlisle) H Vereda (Old Penrith) I Bravoniacum (Kirly Tore) J
Verterae (Brough) ...
... great Roman road from Eburacum (York) to the northern frontier crossed the
river, and where it was probably connected by another important road with
Luguvallum (Carlisle). It was clearly a place of considerable importance in
Roman times, ...
A history of Cumberland
See Luguvallum Lugubalia. See Luguvallum Lugubalum, 56 Luguvallum, or
Luguvallium, 31, 32, 56, 6z, 75, 77, 109, 123, and Chap. VI. Lulchester (
Luelcestre), 140 Lune, Estuary of, 21 Lyddale, Barony of. See Liddell Lyne, River,
161 „ Black, ...
Richard Saul Ferguson, 1890