Celtic Tribes of South-West England

Celtic tribes of southern Britain c. 150 AD. Click to enlarge in pop-up window

Notes

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  1. A. L. F. Rivet and C. Smith, The Place-Names of Roman Britain (1979), pp. 205, 324-5, 342-3, 350; N. Orme, Victoria History of the Counties of England: A History of the County of Cornwall, vol. 2: Religious History to 1560 (Boydell and Brewer for the Institute of Historical Research 2010), p. 4.
  2. Claudius Ptolemy, The Geography, II.2; I.A. Richmond and O.G.S. Crawford, The British Section of the Ravenna Cosmography, Archaeologia, vol. 93 (1949) pp. 1-50.
  3. M. Green, Gods and the supernatural, chapter 25 in The Celtic World ed. M. Green (1995), p. 482.
  4. T. Darvill, The land of the Dobunni, and B. Cunliffe, Locating the Dobunni in M. Ecclestone et al. (eds.), The Land of the Dobunni (2003), pp. 2-16; B.Cunliffe, Iron Age Communities in Britain: an account of England, Scotland and Wales from the seventh century BC to the Roman conquest, 3rd edn (1991), pp. 170-5.
  5. Cassius Dio, Roman History, 60.20.
  6. A. L. F. Rivet and C.Smith, The Place-Names of Roman Britain (1979), pp. 121, 256; B. Collingwood and R.P. Wright (eds.), The Roman Inscriptions of Britain (1965), no. 621; A. R. Birley, The People of Roman Britain (1980), p. 102.
  7. Jean Manco, Saxon Bath: The Legacy of Rome and the Saxon Rebirth, Bath History vol. 7 (1998), pp. 27-53.
  8. Claudius Ptolemy, The Geography, II.2; A. L. F. Rivet and C. Smith, The Place-Names of Roman Britain (1979), p. 378; W. H. Manning, Early Roman campaigns in the south-west of Britain, chapter 2 in Birthday of the Eagle: The Second Augustan Legion and the Roman Military Machine ed. R. J. Brewer (2002).
  9. A. R. Birley, The People of Roman Britain (1980), p. 104.
  10. Gildas, The Ruin of Britain, III.28.
  11. The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, ed. and trans. M. Swanton (1996), p. 42 and n.1.
  12. J. T. Koch, Celtic Culture: a historical encyclopedia (2006), p. 750.
  13. L'Année épigraphique (1946), 121.
  14. Claudius Ptolemy, The Geography, II.2.
  15. B. Cunliffe, Iron Age Communities in Britain, fourth edition (2005).
  16. A. L. F. Rivet and C. Smith, The Place-Names of Roman Britain (1979), pp. 145, 344-6, 392-3.
  17. Tacitus, Histories, 3.44; Suetonius, Vespasian, 4.
  18. W. H. Manning, Early Roman campaigns in the south-west of Britain, chapter 2 in Birthday of the Eagle: The Second Augustan Legion and the Roman Military Machine ed. R. J. Brewer (2002); B. Cunliffe, Iron Age Communities in Britain, 4th edition (2005).
  19. Bournemouth University press release 12/07/2015: https://www1.bournemouth.ac.uk/news/2015-07-12/dig-unearths-prehistoric-town
  20. A. L. F. Rivet and C.Smith, The Place-Names of Roman Britain (1979), pp. 145, 344-6, 392-3.