The Roman Map of Britain Ptolemy's Geography

Geography II 3.8-9 The tribes and their cities in northern Scotland MAP

After the Damnonii, towards the east but more northerly, . .
from Epidium promontory eastwards, are the Epidii, . .
after whom [the Cerones; then further east] . .
the Creones . .
then the Carnonacae; . .
then the Caereni; . .
and furthest east and last the Cornavii; . .
from Lemannonius gulf to Varar estuary are the Caledonii, . .
and above them the Caledonius forest, and east of them the Decantae, . .
after whom are the Lugi adjoining the Cornavii, . .
and above the Lugi, the Smertae. . .
Below the Caledonii are the Vacomagi, among whom are these cities: . .

Bannatia

24 5930'

Tameia

25 5920'

Hiberna Pinnatis

2715' 5920'

Tuesis

2645' 5910'
Below these towards the west are the Venicones, in whom is this city: . .

Orrea

24 5845'
More toward the east are the Taexali and this city: . .

Devana

26 59