a Gallic town on the Rhine between Brocomagus (Brumat
) and Noviomagus (Speyer
), according to the Antonine Itin. D'Anville fixes Concordia at Alt-stadt
on the Lauter,
and Walckenaer at Lauterburg.
The distances, as usual, do not completely agree; and the exact site cannot be ascertained. Schöpflin, a good authority, fixes it near Weissenburg.
Chnodomarius, king of the Alemanni, who was defeated by Julian near Argentoratum, had his camp near Concordia, which was a Roman fort. (Amm. Marc. 16.12