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Noviomagus is a Latinized Celtic placename meaning "New Field" or "Market".
It may refer to:
- Noviomagus Reginorum ("Noviomagus of the Regnenses"), the Romano-British settlement at Chichester, West Sussex, in England
- Noviomagus Cantiacorum ("Noviomagus of the Kentish"), the Romano-British settlement probably located at Crayford near London, England
- Noviomagus, a Roman site researched by John Dunkin near Dartford, England
- Noviomagus Lexoviorum ("Noviomagus of the Lexovii"), the Gallo-Roman settlement at Lisieux, France
- Noviomagus Veromanduorum ("Noviomagus of the Veromandui"), the Gallo-Roman settlement at Noyon, France
- Noviomagus Tricastinorum ("Noviomagus of the Tricastini"), later known as "Augusta" and "Colonia Flavia Tricastinorum", the Gallo-Roman settlement at Saint-Paul-Trois-Châteaux, France
- Ulpia Noviomagus Batavorum ("Ulpian Noviomagus of the Batavians"), the Belgo-Roman settlement at Nijmegen in the Netherlands
- Noviomagus Nemetum ("Noviomagus of the Nemetes"), the Germano-Roman settlement at Speyer, Germany
- Noviomagus Trevirorum ("Noviomagus of the Trevii"), the Germano-Roman settlement at Neumagen-Dhron near Trier, Germany
- Daniel Santbech Noviomagus, a Dutch mathematician and astronomer (died circa 1561) has given his name to the Santbech crater on the Moon
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