a station in Britain, on the road from Londinium to Luguvallum, near the wall of Hadrian, distant, according to one passage in the Antonine Itin., 54 miles, according to another, 59 miles, from Eboracum, and 55 miles from Longuvallum. (Anton. Itin.
pp. 468, 476.) Perhaps the same as Bowes,
on the river Greta,
in the North Riding of Yorkshire.
The church of Bowes
contained in the time of Camden a hewn slab, bearing an inscription dedicatory to the Roman emperor Hadrian, and there used for the communion table.
In the neighbourhood of Bowes,
there are the remains of a Roman camp and of an aqueduct.