a town of the Remi, viii M. P. distant from the camp of Caesar, which was on the Axona (Aisne
), and near a bridge. (B. G.
The narrative shows that Bibrax was on the north side of the Aisne,
and D'Anville fixes it at Bièvre,
which is on the road from Pont-à--Vere
on the Aisne
; and the distances agree.