), a people in Britain, mentioned by Ptolemy (2.3.23
) as lying west of the Silures, and having, as towns, Luentinum and Maridunum (Caer-marthen
This gives them Pembrokeshire
as certain portions of the area, and, probably, some parts of the neighbouring counties. Divet,
as the Welsh name of a district, is the root Dimet,
in its modern form.