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Civitas Cornoviorum

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  27 October 2009

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Copyright © The Classical Association 1924

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page 146 note 1 Slight traces of the S in Caes, line 1, of the R in Hadriano, line 3, and of the O in Maximo, line 4, omitted in the drawing, are visible on the stone.

page 147 note 1 In spite of Dr. Henderson's preference for January 1 (Life of Hadrian, p. 280) this seems the most likely date for “Trib. Pot.”

page 147 note 2 The meaning of the three inscriptions— C.I.L. VII. 775/6 and 863, Civitas Dumnoniorum (twice), and Civitas Catuvellaunorum— both found on Hadrian's Wall, is quite obscure, but in any case it seems impossible to infer anything from them as to the problem in question.