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or Tamĕsa. Now the Thames; a river in Britain, on which stood Londinium, flowing into the sea on the eastern coast. Caesar crossed the Thames at the distance of eighty-six Roman miles from the sea, probably at Cowey Stakes, near Oatlands and the confluence of the Wey (B. G. v. 11; Tac. Ann. xiv. 32).

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