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VERNODUBRUM

VERNODUBRUM a river of Gallia Narbonensis mentioned by Pliny (3.4) after the Tecum, which is the Tichis [TICHIS] of Mela. Pliny does not mention the Telis or Tetis (Tet), and it has been conjectured that he gives the name of Vernodubrum to the Telis. But there is a river Gly or Agly, north of the Tet and not far from it, which flows into the Mediterranean past Rivesaltes, and a branch of the Gly is still named Verdouble or Verdoubre, which is certainly the Vernodubrum. (D'Anville, Notice, &c.)

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