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PETROMANTALUM in Gallia, is placed by the Antonine Itinerary on a road which runs from Carocotinum through Rotomagus (Rouen) to Lutetia (Paris). It also appears on a road from Caesaromagus (Beauvais) to Briva Isarae or Pontoise, on the Oise. a branch of the Seine. In the Table the name, is written Petrumviaco. The site is uncertain. The name bears some resemblance to that of Magni; but the site of Magni does not accurately correspond to the distances in the Itineraries.


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