, a station in Gallia, mentioned in the Antonine Itin.
It appears to be the Ad Centenarium of the Table.
It lies on a road from Narbo (Narbonne,
through Ruscino (Castel
or Tour de Rousillon
) and Illiberis (Elne
) to Summus Pyrenaeus (Bellegarde
). Ad Centuriones is between Illiberris and Summus Pyrenaeus, and 5 M. P. from Summus Pyrenaeus. Its position, therefore, is fixed within certain limits, and it is the chapel of St. Martin sous le Boulou,
according to Walckenaer, a place on the Illiberris (Tech
), where there are said to be remains; and this is exactly the point, where we must leave the banks of this river to ascend the valley which leads to Bellegarde.