[NB. The reader will probably find it easier to understand this page if he or she has already acquainted himself or herself with the contents of Chapters 1 and 2. Chapter 1 concerns the basic building-blocks used in Romano-British place-names and Chapter 2 explains how those building blocks were assembled by the Celts to form compound names. The numbers accompanying some names below are those provided by Richmond and Crawford in Richmond and Crawford 1949.]
Navione to Alavna (187)
Roman place-names in the North of England
For technical reasons it has proved necessary to divide this chapter into two parts as indicated below. Access to the separate parts is available by clicking on the relevant link.
Part 1: Navione to Fanococidi
Part 2: Brocara to Alavna