The Roman Map of Britain Ptolemy's Geography

Geography II 3.12-13 The tribes and their cities in southern Wales and southern England MAP

Again below the above-named peoples, . .
furthest to the west are the Demetae, in whom are these cities: . .

Luentinum

1545' 5510'

Maridunum

1530' 5440'
More to the east than these are the Silures, in whom is the city: . .

Bullaeum

1650' 55
after whom are the Dobuni and the city: . .

Corinium

18 5410'
then the Atrebatii and the city: . .

Caleva

19 5415'
after whom furthest to the east are the Cantii, in whom are the cities: . .

Londinium

20 54

Darvernum

21 5340'

Rutupiae

2145' 54
Again there lie below the Atrebatii and Cantii the Regni and the city: . .

Noeomagus

1945' 5325'
Below the Dobunni lie the Belgae and the cities: . .

Ischalis

16 5340'

Aquae Calidae

1720' 5340'

Venta

1840' 5330'
West and south from these are the Durotriges, in whom is the city: . .

Dunium

18 5240'
after whom, furthest to the west, are the Dumnonii, in whom are the cities: . .

Voliba

1445' 52

Uxella

15 5245'

Tamara

15 5215'

Isca Legio II Augusta

1730' 5245'