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MARIDUNUM (Μαρίδουνον, Ptol. 2.3.23), in Britain, a town in the country of the Demetae, now Carmarthen. In the time of Giraldus Cambrensis the Roman walls were in part standing ( “est igitur haec urbs antiqua coctilibus muris partem adhuc extantibus egregie clausa,” Itin. Camb. lib. 1. c. 10).


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