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CAMATULLICI

Eth. CAMATULLICI The “regio Camatullicorum” is mentioned by Pliny (3.4) between Portus Citharista and the Suelteri. The position must be on or near the coast, east of Marseille. It is supposed by Harduin (note on the passage of Pliny) that a place called Ramatuelle, near the coast, south of the Gulf of Grimaud, represents the ancient name; and D'Anville and others adopt this opinion. [G.L] [p. 1.488]

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    • Pliny the Elder, Naturalis Historia, 3.4
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