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CALO a station in the north of Gallia, which is placed in the Antonine Itin. on the road between Vetera (Xanten) and Gelduba (Geldub, as D'Anville calls it, Gelb or Gellep). The distances fix the place tolerably well, and the passage over the stream called the Kennelbach, the same apparently that D'Anville names the Kelnet, Kennelt, or Kendel, seems to represent Calo.


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