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Mediolanum (lit. "Central" or "Midfield") was the name of at least 18 ancient Roman cities and towns, including:
- Mediolanum, modern Milan in Italy.
- Mediolanum Santonum, modern Saintes in France.
- Mediolanum Aulercorum, modern Évreux, France.
- Mediolanum, now Whitchurch, England.
- Mediolanum, another British site placed by Ptolemy in central Wales and sometimes identified with Meifod
Mediolanum may also refer to:
- Mediolanum (company), an Italian financial services company based in Basiglio near Milan.
- Mediolanum (train), a name used for international express trains connecting to Milan
- For a critiqued list of 18 certain and 13 possible towns by the name, with sources, see Tolfo, Mariagrazia (2002), Mediolanum nell’europa celtica, Storiadimilano. (Italian)
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