, a town of Gallia, which is represented by Arcis-sur-Aube,
according to the Antonine Itin., which places it. between Troyes
It is placed M. P. xviii., Leugas xii., from Tricasses (Troyes
); and M. P. xxxiii., Leugas xxii., from Durocatalauni (Chdalons
In both cases the measurement by Roman miles and Leugae, or Gallic leagues, agrees,--for the ratio is 1 1/2 Roman miles to a Leuga.
The actual measurements also agree with the Table. (D'Anville, Notice, &c.