|The First Thousand Years of British Names: Appendices I and II|
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The First Thousand Years of British Names
Appendices I and II
by Tangwystyl verch Morgant Glasvryn
Appendix I- Roman Names Containing British Elements
(These are all taken from Burn.)
TI[tus] Claudius Cogidubnus
Appendix II- Some British Names in Roman Inscriptions
(These are from Burn and Birley and cover the period up to the 4th century. The two sometimes conflict with the assignment of language to a name, such as for Vindex, and I have tended to be liberal in this list. In some cases, my source has reconstructed the British ending -os, in others it is left in the Latinized form -us. In some cases, the nominative form has been reconstructed from whatever was found in the original inscription, usually a genitive. Women's names are indicated by (f) after the entry.)
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