Part of the Jerusalem Itin. contains a route from Civitas Valentia (Valence
), on the Rhone, to Mansio Vapincum (Gap
After leaving Mansio Lucus (Luc
), 9 Roman miles bring us to Mutatio Vologatis, which is perhaps Vaugelas;
and the Itin. adds, “inde ascenditur Gaura Mons.” The next station, 8 Roman miles from Vologatis, is Mutatio Cambonum. [CAMBONUM
] D'Anville found, in a manuscript map of the Dausphiné,
a hill called Col de Cabre,
which, as he supposes, preserves the name Gaura. Walckenaer supposes the Gaura to be the chain of mountains which extends from Serre,
on a branch of the Durance, to Rimusa, at the foot of which is the place named Le Ga.
Probably D'Anville and Walckenaer mean the same range of hills.