Condate

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Three Condate on the Tabula Peutingeriana :
Condate (Cognac) bottom left,
Condate (Rennes) bottom center,
Condate (Condé-sur-Iton) center right.

Condate, a Celtic word meaning “confluence”, was the name of several places.

Name Confluence of AI TP
Chapeauroux (near Saint-Bonnet-de-Montauroux, Lozère)  ?
Condé-sur-Iton (Eure) Iton 385, 4  ?
Cosne-Cours-sur-Loire (Nièvre) 367, 3
Merpins (near Cognac) Charente, Né  ?
Montereau-Fault-Yonne (Seine-et-Marne) Seine, Yonne 383, 3  ?
Northwich, Cheshire Dane, Weaver 482, 3
Rennes Vilaine, Ille 386, 6 ; 387, 3 1, 2
  • AI: Antonine Itinerary
  • TP: Tabula Peutingeriana