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POCRI´NIUM in Gallia, a name which appears in the Table on a route from Aquae Bormonis (Bourbon l'Archambault) to Augustodunum (Autun). D'Anville finds a place named Perrigni, on the right bank of the Loire, E. by S. of Bourbon l'Archambault, and he thinks that both the name and the distance agree well enough with the Table. A French writer, cited by Ukert (Gallien, p. 467), places Pocrinium 1 1/2 leagues from Perrigny, near the village La Brosse, where old ruins have been found and the place is called in old documents Pont Bernachon on the Loire.


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