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Iterum est civitas quae dicitur

Lano vars. Yano, Lirio (R&C 201)
 = ?Iano L. 'gate' Camelon?

Maulion (R&C 202) 
= Al-aunon? = Alaunum (early for a?) on the Allan Water
perhaps Ardoch, Perthshire (NN8309), but other sites to the south have equal claims.
The name Stirling Streuelin 1124 might evidence a river- or valley-name Melin 'yellow' cf. W melyn, G Mhelain. This name need not be the same as that of the Forth Vorita, as different parts of rivers often have different names.

Demerosesa (R&C 203)
PNRB list the Belgian river Demer Tamera 908-15 as an analog, which Ekwall doubtfully lists under Tamar ERN p. 389.

Cindocellum (R&C 204)
 
= ?Vindocellum  

Cerma var. Cernia (R&C 205)
    Coria?

Veromo (R&C 206)

Matouion (R&C 207)

Vgrulentum (R&C 208)
?Lindon Lindum (Ptolemy II 3 7) a polis of the Damnonii
    Ugru-for Br. *ogro- 'cold', Ore, Ure, Ury? Normandykes?
*Ogrolendum or *Ogrolindum - 'cold pool' Malling NN5600 on Lake of Menteith (A Durotrigian Lend- is epigraphically attested for the expected form Lind-). But, -lentum could represent -santum. Malling would fit nicely if the following, Bannatia = Bochastle NN6107, is sound. Quite possibly the same as Ptolemy's Lindum of the Damnonii.