a place. in Southern Gallia, which the Jerusalem Itinerary places on the road from Tolosa (Toulouse
) to Carcaso (Carcassonne
), and 14 M. P. short of Carcassonne.
The Table gives the same distance, or some critics read the same distance in the Table by changing xvii. to xiiii. D'Anville supposes Hebromagus to be a place called Bram.
Hebromagus is mentioned in the Epistolae of Ausonius to Paullinus (22.35; 24.124); and if there was only one Hebromagus, it is the place mentioned in the Itineraries.