(Itin. Ant. pp. 477, 479: Ῥάτε
, Ptol. 2.3.20
, where some read Ῥάγε
), a town of the Coritani in the interior of Britannia Romana, and on the road from London
It is called Ratecorion in the Geogr. Rav. (5.31). Camden (p. 537) identifies it with Leicester.