BRIGANTES 1 scribit Ptolemaeus Geography II.ii.
BRIGANTES 1 a Strabone constet I can find no such statement in Strabo.
BRIGANTES 1 Si cum Goropio Johannes Goropius [1518 - 1572], in his Origines Gentum Libri IX.
BRiGANTES 1 vocat Strabo IV.vi.8.
BRIGANTES 1 apud Tacitum Historiae II.xxii.17 and V.xxi.3.
BRIGANTES 1 ut author est Pausanias VIII.xliii.4.
BRIGANTES 1 inquit Caesar B. G. VI.xxiii.6.
BRIGANTES 2 meo Thoma Savile Thomas Savile [d. 1593], a Fellow of Merton College, Oxford. A scholar himself, he is the brother of the better-known Sir Henry Savile, Warden of the college and Provost of Eton.
BRIGANTES 2 innuit Seneca Apocolocyntosis xii.3.
BRIGANTES 2 Tacitus enim prodit Annales XII.xxxii.6.
BRIGANTES 2 Quod vero Tacitus habet Annales XII.xxxvi.1.
BRIGANTES 2 ut inquit Aelius Spartianus Camden’s memory seems to have misled him: Spartianus does not use these words in his Life of Hadrian (in which he describes the building of the Wall at xi.2) or elsewhere.
BRIGANTES 2 cur caneret Iuvenalis xiv.196.
BRIGANTES 2 et a Lipsio See the relevant note on Northamtonshire 6.
BRIGANTES 3 in Annalium libro 12 XII.xl.10 (where modern editors do write as Camden suggested). Camden then alludes to Historiae III.xlv.12 and quotes Agricola xxxi.5.
BRIGANTES 4 ubi in vita Caroli Magni Sidenote: Pag. 272, Annalium Francorum in 8.

YORKSHIRE 3 Deinde castellum antiquum A sidenote says this comes from the “Florlegus” chronicle, and occurred in 487.
YORKSHIRE 4 Ninnius vii.
YORKSHIRE 4 Deinde rex Richardus Primus Sidenote (on this and the next statement): Plac. anno tertio Ioan. R. Pl. M. 4. H. 3.
YORKSHIRE 4 Pomponius Mela scripsit III.xxii.1.
YORKSHIRE 5 Ioannis Savil baronis scacarii A sidenote dates this inscription to 209.
YORKSHIRE 6 scribit Symmachus Epistle X.xli.
YORKSHIRE 6 observavit Servius Honoratus On Aeneid VII.47.
YORKSHIRE 6 Romani enim militare A sidenote refers to Flavius Vopiscus, Life of Probus ix.
YORKSHIRE 7 Ioannem de Sacro Bosco This medieval author (d. 1256) is best known for his astronomical treatise, the Sphaera, which was published in a remarkable number of editions in the sixteenth century.
YORKSHIRE 7 ut a Beda scributur II.xiv.
YORKSHIRE 8 interfectus occubuit A sidenote tells us this occurred in 1460.
YORKSHIRE 10 inquit Beda III.xxiv.
YORKSHIRE 10 Abrahamus Ortelius The famous Dutch cartographer [1527-1598].
YORKSHIRE 10 Eadwinus filius Aellae A sidenote referst to Nennius lxiii.
YORKSHIRE 12 ex placitis loquor Sidenote: Placita 11. H. 3.
YORKSHIRE 14 Pharsalia nostra Pharsalus was the scene of the climactic and highly ruinous battle in the civil war between Caesar and Pompey.
YORKSHIRE 15 Severi aetate restitutum A sidenote says this is recorded in Book II of Ulpian’s Digest, de vulgari et pupillari substitutione. Notes on the inscription itself interpret LEG. as Legato and PR. PR. as Propraetore.
YORKSHIRE 15 ut scribit Gildas I.3. The following two quotes are Seneca, Epistle xli.3.9 and Servius on Vergil, Eclogue i.52.
YORKSHIRE 16 sed per Alician haeredem Sidenote: Placita 1. Ioan. Rot. 10. in D. Monstr. le droit. 35. E. 2.
YORKSHIRE 16 Francisus Thinn See the note on Britanniae Divisio 12.
YORKSHIRE 17 imperiosa enim illa civitas Augustine, Civitas Dei VII.xxi.2. The following statement is glossed with a reference to the discussion de decurionibus in Book XVII of the Theodosian Code.
YORKSHIRE 17 lepide cecinerit A sidenote refers these lines to Itinerarium T. Edes. More accurately, these are lines 73f. from Richard Eedes’ 1583 Iter Borealis, and the extra lines quoted in the translation are ib. 623f.
YORKSHIRE 19 ut inquit Malmesburiensis De gestibus pontificum Anglorum III (vol. CLXXIX, col. 1556D Migne).
YORKSHIRE 20 sacra illa auri fames Quoting Aeneid III.57.
YORKSHIRE 20 meminit Plinius N. H. XXXVI.clxxiii.1.
YORKSHIRE 21 Ninnius vii.
YORKSHIRE 23 Victor in Caesarum historia Aurelius Victor, Liber de Caesaribus xxxi.27. A sidenote refers to Kaspar Schott’s recent edition of this work.
YORKSHIRE 23 ut A. Gellius habet Proem XVI.xiii.1.
YORKSHIRE 23 docuerit Ptolemaeus Geography II.iii.10.
YORKSHIRE 23 hic exhalasse Aelius Spartianus, Vita Severi xxiii.3. The following quote is from ib. xxii.6.
YORKSHIRE 23 ut habet panegyricus Eumenius, Panegyricus Constantino Augusto viii (vol. VIII, col. 0628 Migne). The following quote is from the next paragraph.
YORKSHIRE 23 iudicio eruditissimi Baronii See the relevant note on Romani in Britannia 75.
YORKSHIRE 24 nam Vincentius A sidenote refers to Vicent of Beauvais’ Speculum Historiae.
YORKSHIRE 24 sic habet Malmesburiensis De gestibus pontificum Anglorum III (vol. CLXXIX, col. 1571D Migne).
YORKSHIRE 24 De qua Alcwinus Alcuin, Epistle xliii (vol. C, col. 0208C Migne). A sidenote assigns him a floruit of 780.
YORKSHIRE 25 ut ille scribit A sidenote attributes this to the Dominican Thomas Stubbes.
YORKSHIRE 26 Id quod Alcuinus ille Epistle xiii (vol. C, col. 0161C Migne).
YORKSHIRE 26 Unde Guilielmus Malmesburiensis De gestibus pontificum Anglorum III prologue (vol. CLXXIX, col. 1551B Migne). The quote in the next paragraph is from the same passage.
YORKSHIRE 27 Verum ut his malis finem A sidenote tells us that the following information comes from Alfredus Beverlacensis in Bibliotheca D. Burghlaei Thes. Ang.
YORKSHIRE 28 ut habet qui Aenea Silvii A sidenote cites Book II of Aeneas Sylvius (Pius II), Commentarii rerum memorabilium quae temporibus suis contigerunt (1584).
YORKSHIRE 30 E quibus Richardus Le Scrope A sidenote states this occurred in 1405.
EAST RIDING 31 tradit Beda II.ix.
EAST RIDING 31 ut author est Adamus Bremensis Adam of Bremen, author of the Gesta Hamburgiensis Ecclesiae Pontificum, an important source for Viking history.
EAST RIDING 35 ut inquit Beda II.xiii. The following two references in this paragraph are to IV.iv and V.vi.
EAST RIDING 36 e sacris regni scriniis loquor Sidenote: Placita Anno 44. Edw. 3. Ebor. 24.
EAST RIDING 36 archiva regia Sidenote: Cl. 5. E. R. 3.
EAST RIDING 38 authore Livio V.xxxiv.9.
EAST RIDING 39 cognomento Crassus Glossed by a sidenote as Le Gros, just as Gibboso below is glossed Crouchback.

NORTH RIDING 41 apud S. Ambrosium Hexaemeron V.x.
NORTH RIDING 42 author est Ioannes Maior Scotus John Major [1469 - 1550], best remembered as a teacher of logic and philosophy at the University of St. Andrews, and then at the Sorbonne, and as the teacher of Buchanan. He did not also write a treatise on the art of pudding-making, as Rabelais joked, but he did write a Historia Maioris Britanniae tam Angliae quam Scotiae, from which this item presumably is taken.
NORTH RIDING 42 vitae sabulam peregit A sidenote dates this to 798.
NORTH RIDING 43 De quo Rhemnius Palaemon Quintus Rhemnius Palaemon published his translation of Dionysius Periegetes at Vienna in 1512. The following quote is from the Libellus de lapidibus preciosis (11th c.); two sixteenth century editions may be had here and here.
NORTH RIDING 43 Audi etiam Solinum xxii.
NORTH RIDING 47 praerogativae verbis utor Sidenote: Praerogativae Reg. 17. Ed. 2.
NORTH RIDING 48 in parlamentariis submonitionibus Sidenote: 27. H. 6.
NORTH RIDING 50 foeda militaria teneret A sidenote cites the register of De Fontibus Abbey.
NORTH RIDING 52 Libro enim Dunelmensi Sidenote: Cap. 126. It also states this occurred in 1137.
NORTH RIDING 54 Otho filius Henrici Leonis A sidenote says this occurred in the first year of the reign of Richard I, citing Roger of Hovedon.
NORTH RIDING 54 sed improvida Henrici Sexti benignitate Sidenote: Parlam. 10. H. 6.
NORTH RIDING 54 suo iure postularet Sidenote: Ex Rotulis Parlament. 39. H. 6.

RICHMONDSHIRE 56 cum Orosio Historiae I.iii.
RICHMONDSHIRE 57 ut habet Lampridius Aelius Lampridus, Vita Commodi viii.4.
RICHMONDSHIRE 59 a quibus ad Marmionis Sidenote: Inq. 6. H. 6.
RICHMONDSHIRE 64 pauper ac sordidus sxeneca, Epistulae Morlaes lxxxvi.6.
RICHMONDSHIRE 65 Hector Boetius Scoticus Hector Boece [d. 1536], the author of the Scotorum historiae a prima gentis origine.
RICHMONDSHIRE 66 Nonanus comes Britanniae Sidenote: Overus de S. Martino circa haec tempora nominatur Comes Richmondiae (“At about this time Overus de S. Martin was nominated to be Earl of Richmond.”)
RICHMONDSHIRE 66 Certe Ioannes frater eius Sidenote: Rob. de Arthois non fuit Comes Richmontis, ut habet Frossardus, sed Bellomontus. Liber Feodorum Richmondiae. (“Robertof Arthois was not Earl of Richmond, as Frossard says, but of Belmonte: Book of the Feuds of Richmond .”)
RICHMONDSHIRE 66 acriter decertaretur Sidenote: Inter Ioannem de Monteforti et Ioannam Claudam Caroli Blesensis uxorem (this information was inserted into the text of the translation).

EPISCOPATUS DUNELMENSIS 2 Georgius Agricola Author of De Re Metallica (1541).
EPISCOPATUS DUNELMENSIS 7 sic inscriptam A sidenote dates the inscription to 236.
EPISCOPATUS DUNELMENSIS 7 sacra illa auri See the note on Yorkshire 20.
EPISCOPATUS DUNELMENSIS 11 Guilielmus Malmesburiensis De gestibus pontificum Anglorum III (vol. CLXXIX, col. 1584B Migne).
EPISCOPATUS DUNELMENSIS 11 Caletum Galliae obsidente A sidenote dates this to 1346.
EPISCOPATUS DUNELMENSIS 15 ut Beda vocat III.xxvii.
EPISCOPATUS DUNELMENSIS 15 sic scribit Guilielmus Malmesburiensis De gestis regum Anglorum I.54 (but in Migne’s text he calls the place Wira).
EPISCOPATUS DUNELMENSIS 16 dum memorant Walchenum A sidenote dates this to 1080.
EPISCOPATUS DUNELMENSIS 17 Unde Ausonius Ad Gradianum Imperatorem (vol. XIX, col. 0937B Migne).
EPISCOPATUS DUNELMENSIS 18 ut inquit Guilielmus Malmesburiensis ib. I.62.

LANCASHIRE 3 apud Columella VI.xix.1.
LANCASHIRE 4 hanc inscriptionem In a sidenote, Camden suggests this pertains to a centurion.
LANCASHIRE 4 clarissimus mathematicus Ioannes Dee Dr. John Dee [1527 - 1609]. In 1596 he was appointed warden of the Collegiate Chapter in Manchester.
LANCASHIRE 6 negat Caesar B. G. V.xii.6.
LANCASHIRE 9 Et lepide sane Seneca Naturales Quaestiones III.xvii.1.
LANCASHIRE 11 ut author est Ninnius l.
LANCASHIRE 14 cum hac inscriptione In a sidenote Camden observed this one was currently preserved at the home of Thomas Rhodes.
LANCASHIRE 14 nihil eruere possum Despite this disclaimer, a sidenote refers to Plutarch’s Life of Marcellus xx.3 - 8.
LANCASHIRE 16 leguntur GAL. SARMATA But in a sidenote Camden suggests reading CAL, i. e., CENTVURIO ALAE.
LANCASHIRE 16 iuxta reperta videatur Accordin to a sidenote, this is taken from the notes of Wiliam Lambard (i. e. from his 1568 ΑΡΧΑΙΟΝΟΜΙΑ).
LANCASHIRE 19 cum Sidonio loquor Epistle xii (vol. LVIII, col. 0609B Migne).
LANCASHIRE 20 formicae semitas This colorful phrase would appear to be appropriated from Aristophanes, Thesmophoriazusae 100, μύρμηκος ἀτραπούς (used to describe the extravagant style of contemporary dithyramb). Whether Camden got it directly from Aristophanes, or through some intermediate, I cannot say.

WESTMORELAND 5 Sub posterioribus imperatoribus A sidenote glosses this statement with a citation of Vegetius IV.x (but Vegetius’ De Re Militari is written in three Books and does not contain the wore burgus).
WESTMORELAND 8 per Whinfield In a sidenote Camden notes that whin is used instead of burr in the Northern dialect.
WESTMORELAND 9 Illi enim donavit Sidenote: Fies Term. Mich. R. 6 . II. 8.

CUMBERLAND 3 fiunt gravidae A sidenote refers to the discussion of British pearls at Pliny, N. H. IX.cxvi.9.
CUMBERLAND 3 Marbodaeus in isto versu Marbodaeus (or Marbodius) in his verse treatise on precious stones, De Gemmis.
CUMBERLAND 5 effosam ibi vidimus In a sidenote Camden restores this inscriptions as Deo Silvano Cohors secunda Lingonum, cum praeest G. Pompaeus M. Saturninus.
CUMBERLAND 6 hoc Ciceronis in epistolis ad Atticum IV.xvi.7.
CUMBERLAND 6 vocat Beda IV.xxix. St. Herbert is discussed in the same chapter. The following reference is to Caesar, B. G. V.xii.5.
CUMBLERLAND 7 quod Ninnius author est xlvii.
CUMBERLAND 7 ut ille vocat St. Ambrose, De Mysteriis ii.5.
CUMBERLAND 9 apud Claudianum XXII.250ff.
CUMBERLAND 10 Decuriones vero erant A sidenote cites Isidorus, Etymologiae IX.4 as the source of this definition.
CUMBERLAND 11 Iovi optimo Maximo A sidenote dates this to 193, in the reign of Commodus.
CUMBERLAND 12 Prudentius Contra Symmachum II.1005ff. (vol. LX, col. 0260A Migne).
CUMBERLAND 12 ibi vidimus A sidenote interprets P. F. in the first inscription as PVBLII FILIVS. In the following one, D. M. is glossed as DIIS MANIBVS and F. C. as FACIENDVM CVRAVIT.
CUMBERLAND 13 in proximo vidi In sidenotes I O M is interpreted as IOVI OPTIMO MAXIMO and the third inscription is dated to 234.
CUMBERLAND 14 apud Wardhal In a sidenote Camden notes that ARA is an error for ARAM.
CUMBERLAND 15 ut inquit ille Seneca, Dialogi VI.xxii.5.
CUMBERLAND 16 quam Meschines A sidenote dates this to 1307.
CUMBLERLAND 16 quod Plinius non sine admiratione N. H. VI.clii.5.
CUMBERLAND 17 a Beda memoratum IV.xxxii. The following reference is to William of Malmesbury, De gestibus pontificum Anglorum II (vol. CLXXIX, col. 1099C Migne).
CUMBERLAND 18 quas hic discripsimus In sidenotes to the third inscription, Camden suggests that C = COHORTE, and that PONEN should be completed PONENDVM. He likewise suggests that the final line of the fourth inscription is to be completed FRATRI ET FILIAE TITVLVM POSVIT.
CUMBERLAND 21 teste Beda IV.xxix. The following reference is to Nennius ix.
CUMBERLAND 21 docet Pomponius Mela I can find no such statement in Mela.
CUMBERLAND 21 inquit Beda Vita S. Cuthberti xxvii (vol. XCIV, col. 0767A Migne).
CUMBERLAND 21 ut habet Malmesburiensis De gestibus pontificum Anglorum III (vol. CLXXIX, col. 1551C Migne).
CUMBERLAND 23 degradatus, amputatis securi A sidenote says this is taken from Thomas Avensbury.
CUMBERLAND 26 Lancastriae duci concessit Sidenote: 1. Ri. 2.
CUMBERLAND 27 Armaturas duplices A sidenote cited Vegetius II.vii.
CUMBERLAND 30 habitus erat Guilielmus Meschines A sidenote says this information comes “from an old missal,” and notes that Ranulph was called Radulphus by R. Cook, Camden’s predecessor as Clarenceiux King of Arms. Another sidenote states that the information abut Hugh de Vallibus comes from the Books of De Fontibus and Holme Abbeys.
CUMBERLAND 32 ut inquit Florilegus Westmonasteriensis Matthew of Westminster, Flores Historiarum for the year 1282.

VALLUM 1 et clusura This is glossed with a reference to Petrus Pithaeus, Adversaria I.xiv.
VALLUM 2 Unde in Theodosii Novellis Title 43.
VALLUM 4 inquit Spartianus Aelius Spartianus, Vita Hadriani xi.2.
VALLUM 5 inquit Capitolinus Julius Capitolinus, Vita Antonini Pii v.3.
VALLUM 6 Hieronymus Surita qui scribit I cannot find this in Surita’s works included in Migne.
VALLUM 6 Spartianus Vita Septimii Severi xviii.2.
VALLUM 6 Aurelius Victor De Caesaribus xxxi.18.
VALLUM 6 Eutropius Breviarium Liber VIII.xix.
VALLUM 6 scribit Orosius Historiae VII.xvii.
VALLUM 6 Cum quo Beda consentit I.v.
VALLUM 6 uti annales vetustissimi The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle for the year 186 (upon which the chronicler Aethelwerd depended, he cannot reasonably be adduced as an independent witness).
VALLUM 6 Malmesburiensis item De gestibus regum Anglorum I.2.
VALLUM 7 ut est apud Lapridium Aelius Lampridius, Vita Severi Alexandri lviii.4.
VALLUM 7 Scribit enim Zosimus Historia Nova II.xxxiv.1.
VALLUM 8 Gildae et Bedae verbis utor Gildas I.xii, Bede I.xii.
VALLUM 8 author est Marcellinus XXIV.ii.6. The next reference is Bishop Hieronymus Osorius [1506 - 1580], who seems to have mentioned the Great Wall of China in one of his works. Then the quote of Bede resumes.
VALLUM 8 ut habet Liber Notitiarum A sidenote states this was written ca. 410.
VALLUM 8 pergit deinceps Beda Continuing the passage at I.xii. The following passage by Gilda is I.xiv.
VALLUM 9 ut inquit Marcellinus XXVIII.iii.8.
VALLUM 9 refert Xiphilinus In his epitome of Dio Cassius, p. 766.29.
VALLUM 11 Gildas Britannus I.xv.

OTTADINI habet Xiphilinus P. S321.26.
OTTADINI his Homeri versibus Iliad III.57ff.

NORTHUMBERLAND 3 ex John Fordon John of Fordun, author of the fourteenth century history known as the Scotichronicon.
NORTHUMBERLAND 4 Vitrineo inscriptam In a sidenote Camden interprets P. L. M. as POSVIT LIBENS MERITO.
NORTHUMBERLAND 4 etsi Beda I.xii.
NORTHUMBERLAND 5 ubi haec legitur inscriptio In a sidenote Camden dates this inscription to 259.
NORTHUMBERLAND 5 adversus Britannos misit This is glossed by a citation of Julius Capitolinus, Vita M. Aurelii viii.8. In a sidenote Camden notes the Dea Syriais sometimes identified with Juno and sometimes with Venus. The concluding item about Nero is glossed with a citation of Suetonius, Nero lvi.1.
NORTHUMBERLAND 7 fuerit reperta In a sidenote, Camden interprets this inscription as Duplares Numeri exploratorum Bremenii Aram instituerunt Numini eius Caepione Charitino Tribuno votum solverunt libentes merito.
NORTHUMBERLAND 7 Henricus enim Percy A sidenote dates this to 1388.
NORTHUMBERLAND 8 arae sic inscriptae In a sidenote Camden interprets the first inscription as Deo Mogonti Cadenorum et numini Domini nostri Augusti M. G. Secundinus Beneficiarius Consulis Habitanci Primas tam pro se et suis posuit.
NORTHUMBERLAND 10 inquit Beda II.ii. In a sidenote Camden says this occurred ca. 634.
NORTHUMBERLAND 10 ex Oswaldi vita Not in Migne.
NORTHUMBERLAND 11 quae scripsit Malmesburiensis De gestis pontificum Anglorum III (vol. CLXXIX, col. 1576C Migne).
NORTHUMBERLAND 12 quem Beda III.i.
NORTHUMBERLAND 14 vocat Beda III.xxii.
NORTHUMBERLAND 17 in suis Britanniae urbibus dilaudit Ionstonus Verses by Camden’s friend John Jonston of Aberdeen, Professor of Divinity at St. Andrews, are quoted throughout Britannia. His cycle of topographic epigrams entitled Britanniae Urbes appears to be unpublished.
NORTHUMBERLAND 20 cuius Mela meminit I find no mention of this place in Pomponius Mela.
NORTHUMBERLAND 21 cum Manerio de Rochbury donavit Sidenote: rot. Parl. 5. Edw. 3.
NORTHUMBERLAND 22 qua maiorum virtus A sidenote dates this to 1174, and the following incident to 1097.
NORTHUMBERLAND 22 dolo malo intervertit episcopus Sidenote: Historia Dunelmensis.
NORTHUMBERLAND 23 Beda noster III.vi.
NORTHUMBERLAND 23 Misere autem periit Adrien Delcour points out to me that Camden got this legendary anecdote from Paulus Jovius, Elogia Doctorum Virorum (Antwerp, 1557) pp. 15f. See her discussion here. The following poem is also quoted by Jovius, with an attribution to Latomus.
NORTHUMBERLAND 25 Odonello de Ford fuit enupta Sidenote: fin. 35. H. 3.
NORTHUMBERLAND 25 De hoc fluviolo Beda II.xiv.
NORTHUMBERLAND 26 signa in Angliam intulerunt A sidenote dates this to 1513.
NORTHUMBERLAND 28 venerabilis Beda II.xx.
NORTHUMBERLAND 29 Plinius dixit V.lxxxviii.1.
NORTHUMBERLAND 29 Henrico nostro Secundo A sidenote dates this to 1171.
NORTHUMBERLAND 29 Servius Honoratus scripserit In his commentary on Vergil, Georgics I.247. The following quotation is Juvenal ii.161.
NORTHUMBERLAND 31 Aeneas Sylvius See the note on Yorkshire 28.
NORTHUMBERLAND 32 Florentius Wigorniensis An edition of the Chronicon of Florence of Worcester [d. 1118] was published by Lord William Howard in 1592. A sidenote records that this occurred in 1015. A sidenote says the following quote comes from Ingulphus and occurred in 1056.
NORTHUMBERLAND 33 Haec Ingulphi verba History of Croyland Abbey for the year 1056.
NORTHUMBERLAND 33 incarceretur A sidenote attributes this quote to the Book of Durham (i. e., the Polychronicon.)
NORTHUMBERLAND 34 sibi et haeredibus masculis Sidenote: 3. & 4. Ph. et Mariae.

SCOTIA 1 ξένος ὢν Menander, Sententiae 552.
SCOTIA 1 quod ille olim cecinit Claudian XXIV.159 (with iam for quod).

SCOTIAE DIVISIO ex Ammiano Marcellino See the note on Picti 7.

FORA IUSTITIAE 4 geographus eximius Pomponius Mela III.xlix.2.

MERCH 2 Cumque ille culpam A sidenote dates this to 1434.

LAUDEN 1 ut author est Matthaeus Florilegus Flores Historiarum for the year 975.
LAUDEN 1 communierunt Angli A sidenote dates this to 1587.
LAUDEN 3 Ioannes Napier John Napier [1550 - 1617] is best known for his invention of logarithms, but also published A plaine discovery of the whole Relevelation of St. John, set down in two treatises (1593).
LAUDEN 4 ut docet Vitruvius III.iii.9, IV.iv.1, IV.viii.6.
LAUDEN 6 nos Ninius docuit Not in our text of Nennius; perhaps this too is from his commentator.

NIDISDALE 2 Ioannes Lesleus ipse Scotus Bishop John Leslie [1527 - 1596], author of De origine, moribus, ac rebus gestis Scotiae libri decem (published at Rome in 1578).

GALLOWAY 2 ut habet Beda III.iv.

KYLE 1 In Bedae auctario Not in Migne. A sidenote dates this to 750.

CUNNINGHAM 1 cuius princeps est Glencarniae comes According to a sidenote he was created such in 1574.

GLOTA INSULA ut interpretatur Ioannes Fordonus See the note on Northumberland 3.

LENNOX 1 et Plinius scribit Pliny the Younger, Epistle VIII.xx.1.
LENNOX 2 Beda I.xii.
LENNOX 2 ut scribit Gildas I.xxv.
LENNOX 2 ut ipse scribit I.i.

STIRLING 1 ut recte iudicarit Tacitus Agricola xxx.4 (the next citation is Historiae II.xi.3 (modern texts have omissa).
STIRLING 1 Unde illud beati Augustini De Civitate Dei IV.xxix.
STIRLING 1 ut habet Capitolinus
See the note on Vallum 3.
STIRLING 2 tradit Ninius Nennius does mention the usurper Carausius (xxiv), but he says nothing about him rebuilding the wall, and the passage attributed to him near the end of the passage is neither by Nennius nor by any author included in Migne. The following quote is Bede I.xii.
STIRLING 2 Bedae seculo I.xii.
STIRLING 2 optimus ille poeta Georgius Buchananus From his Francisci Valesii et Mariae Stuartae regum Franciae et Scotiae epithalamium (p. 26 of the 1579 Paris edition of his poetry).

CALEDONIA 1 e Pacuvio Pacuvius, fr. 404 (quoted by Varro, De Lingua Latina VII.xviii.1).
CALEDONIA 1 Lucio Floro I.xii.8.
CALEDONIA 1 inquit Solinus xxii.
CALEDONIA 1 meminit Martialis Spectacula vii.3 (modern texts have viscera for pectora).
CALEDONIA 1 de quo Claudianus XXII.247.
CALEDONIA 1 Hinc L. Florus
I.xlv.71.
CALEDONIA 1 Hinc Valerius Flaccus I.8. The following quote is Statius, Silvae V.ii.142.
CALEDONIA 2 crescit in immensum A misquotation of Ovid, Amores III.xii.41, Exit in inmensum fecunda licentia vatum.
CALEDONIA 2 ut ipse testatur N. H. IV.cii.10.
CALEDONIA 2 Triadum libro See the note on Mona 3.
CALEDONIA 2 ut inquit ille Tacitus, Agricola xxx.4. The following quote is Catullus xi.10ff.
CALEDONIA 2 ut est apud Xiphilinum Dio Cassius LXXVI.xvi.5.

FIFE 1 pontifex Innocentius Octavus Sidenote: Ex Camera Apostolica lib. 24. fol. 24.
FIFE 4 a Iacobo Primo affectus A sidenote says this occurred in 1424.

ARGATHELIA 1 ut author est Beda I.1.

LORNA Iacobus Quartus A sidenote dates this to 1503.
LORNA vocat Beda III.iv.

BRAID ALBIN 2 legem extorserit A sidenote records that this law was enacted in the Scots Parliament of 1582.

ANGUSIUS Hector Boetius Hector Boece [d. 1536], one of the founders of the University of Aberdeen and author of the Scotorum Historia. He was praised by the Italian historian Paulus Jovius [Paolo Giovio, 1483 - 1552].
ANGUSIUS 3 Bochty-crag A sidenote dates this to 1547.
ANGUSIUS 4 coepit statimque amisit A sidenote says this comes from John of Fordun’s Scotichronicon.

MARRIA 2 ut inquit ille This is not a quote from Pliny.
MARRIA 3 legitur in Scotichronico By John of Fordun (XII.xxxiii).

BUCHANIA 1 ut prodit Buchananus George Buchanan, Rerum Scotorum Historia (1582), I.25. When Camden says his books were forbidden by Parliamentary authority, he means the by the Scots Parliament. Buchanan was an outspoken champion of the view that sovereigns could lawfully be removed for due cause, which scandalized orthodox royalists of the age. This is no doubt why Camden, himself a staunch monarchist, generally avoids using Buchanan as a source.
BUCHANIA 2 Sotacus A third century B. C. authority on precious stones. He is cited as the authority for this statement about amber at Pliny, N. H. XXXVII.xxxv.2.
BUCHANIA 2 Tacitusque iuxta sensit Geremania xlv.7. “Serapio” below is perhaps the Arab medical writer Razi Serapion.

MORAVIA 2 cum cadaver regis Duffi A sidenote says this occurred in 972.

STRATH-NAVERN 1 Cardanus Hieronymus Cardanus [Girolamo Cardano, 1501 - 1576]. Perhaps he said this somewhere in his encyclopedic De Rerum Varietate (1558).
STRATH-NAVERN 1 ex Taciti authoritate Agricola xii.4.
STRATH-NAVERN Sed verior Plinius N. H. II.clxxxvi.4.
STRATH-NAVERN 2 Tacitus dixit Agricola x.4.

OCEANUS BRITANNICUS 1 Pytheas Massiliensis Cited by Pliny, N. H. II.ccxvii.7. The following quotations are St. Basil, Homily IV.iv.17 and St. Ambrose, Hexaemeron III.iii.
OCEANUS BRITANNICUS 1 ut cum Plinio loquar N. H. II.ccxvii.4.
OCEANUS BRITANNICUS 1 cecinerit Horatius Odes IV.xiv.48. The following quote is Juvenal x.14.
OCEANUS BRITANNICUS 1 ut Libanius Graecus sophista Oration lix.137.6. The next quote is Firmicus, De Errore Profanarum Religionum xxix (vol. XII, col. 1045B Migne).
OCEANUS BRITANNICUS 3 contra Lucanum V.598. The Lucan quote below is IV.131ff.
OCEANUS BRITANNICUS 3 scribit Caesar V.xiii.2.
OCEANUS BRITANNICUS 3 Solinus Polyhistor item De Mirabilibus Mundi xxiii.
OCEANUS BRITANNICUS 4 Et Marcellinus XXIII.vi.88. The next citations are of Pliny, N. H. IX.cxvi.7 and Suetonius, Julius Caesar xlvii.1.
OCEANUS BRITANNICUS 4 Origines etiam Commentarium in euangelium Matthaei X.vii.19.
OCEANUS BRITANNICUS 4 noster venerabils Beda I.i.
OCEANUS BRITANNICUS 4 Tertullianus autem De cultu foeminarum I.vi (vol. I, col. 1311A Migne).
OCEANUS BRITANNICUS 5 et credidit Tacitus Agricola x.6.
OCEANUS BRITANNICUS 5 auctor est Pomponius Mela II.lxxxv.1.

IRELAND 1 scribit antiquus geographus Eustathius, Commentary on Dionysius Periegetes 568.6
IRELAND 2 Postellus Guillaume Barentonius [1510-1581], professor in mathematics and oriental languages at the Collège de France. Camden quotes from his 1538 De originibus seu de hebraicæ linguæ et gentis antiquitate.
IRELAND 2 memorat Plinius IV.xciv.7.
IRELAND 2 Festus Avienus vocat Ora Maritima 107ff.
IRELAND 3 statuit Plutarchus De facie in orbe lunae p. 941A.
IRELAND 3 nugae Milesiae A proverbial term for fanciful tales.
IRELAND 4 ut Strabo prodidit IV.iv.3. I cannot find the following item in Ptolemy’s Geography.
IRELAND 5 ut Giraldum audias Giraldus Cambrensis, Topographica Hiberniae I.iv.
IRELAND 5 ut inquit Mela III.liii.2.
IRELAND 5 Quod Giraldus ille scribit This and the quote immediately following are from ib. I.xxv.
IRELAND 6 literatissimi Hadriani Iunii Hadrianus Junius [Aadrian DeJonghe, 1511 - 1575].
IRELAND 7 Plutarcho dicta fuit In the passage just cited.
IRELAND 8 ut inquit Tacitus Agricola xxiv.2.
IRELAND 8 Diodorus Siculus V.xxxii.4. The reference to Ptolomy is to Syntaxis Mathematica I.i pp.113f., and the Strabo citation is to IV.v.iv. The vetus geographus is, again, Eustathius, Commentary on Dionysius Periegetes 568.7.
IRELAND 8 Avienus ex Dionysio Periegesis seu Descriptio Orbis Terrarum 740ff.
IRELAND 9 illa Taciti capio Agricola xxiv.1.
IRELAND 9 ex illo Iuvenalis ii.160ff. Modern texts read:

arma quidem ultra
litora Iuuernae promouimus et modo captas
Orcadas ac minima contentos nocte Britannos(?)

IRELAND 9 Panegyricus tamen Not in Migne.
IRELAND 9 ut habet Strabo I.ii.27 (cf. also XI.vi.2).
IRELAND 9 Unde eiusdem aevi Claudianus viii.33. The next quote is xxii.251f.
IRELAND 10 author satis vetustus Ninnius xiii. In sidenotes Camden notes Bartolomaeus as a variant reading for Partiolanus, and suggests reading Milesii Hispani for militis Hispani.
IRELAND 10 ut habet Strabo II.i.13.
IRELAND 11 Prosper Aquitanus Contra collatorem xxi (vol. XLV, col. 1831 Migne). In a sidenote Camden dates this to 431, and cites Palladius vincent. lib. 9. cap. 7.
IRELAND 11 author Henricus Antisioderensis I.ii (vol. CXXIV, col. 1217C Migne).
IRELAND 11 Henricus ille Antisiodorensis From the dedicatory epistle to the same work (col. 1133 D).
IRELAND 12 Eusebius retulit Historia Ecclesiastica I.xiii.21.
IRELAND 12 ut habet Sulpitius Severus Historia Sacra II (vol. XX, col. 1052C Migne).
IRELAND 12 et in Sulgeni vita Not in Migne.
IRELAND 14 a Beda V. xxvii.
IRELAND 15 Nec multis interiectis annis Sidenote: Rob. de Monte ad annum 1185. A following sidenote seems to indicate he had gained power in 1167,
IRELAND 15 Omne enim Hiberniae imperium A sidenote says this comes from Giraldus Cambrensis.
IRELAND 15 et in confirmationis argumentum Sidenote: Synodus 1. et 2. Cassiliensis et Armachensis. 1186.

FORA SIVE TRIBUNALIA 1 regnante Edwardo Secundo Sidenote: Parlamentum Claus. ann. 12.
FORA SIVE TRIBUNALIA 3 his ipsissimis verbis dedit Sidenote: Anno 9. R. Ioannis.

HIBERNIAE DIVISIO 3 ut apud Philippum Flatesbury legitur Philip Flatesbury of Johnstown, the putative author of The Earl of Kildare’s Red Book.

COMITATUS KERRY 1 postea agnitus A sidenote dates this to 1583.

COMITATUS CORCAGIENSIS 3 ad parlamentum Dubliniae habitum evocatus Sidenote: Pr. 9. Pat. E. 3.

COMITATUS WATERFORD 4 scitum et sancitum erat Sidenote: An. 18. H. 3.

COMITATUS LIMERICK 1 villas enim et aedes incendere Sidenote: R. Eliz. Anno xi.
COMITATUS LIMERICK 1 in integrum institutus Sidenote: 13. Eliz.

COMITATUS TIPPERARY 1 inquit s. Cyrillus Catachesis x.19.
COMITATUS TIPPERARY 2 rex Edwardus Secundus concessit Sidenote: Anno 2. E. 2.

REGINAE COMITATUS ut inquit ille More than one Greek writer uses this phrase: most notably Greek Anthology IX.cdxxv.1 and Plato, Laws p. 766D (cf. also Aristotle, Politics p. 1253a2).

COMITATUS KILDAE 1 illos Vergilii versus Georgics I.201f. (modern editions have reponet), quoted by Giraldus Cambrensis, Topographica Hiberniae II.xxxvi.
COMITATUS KILDARE 1 donatus erat Sidenote: Ch. 9. Ed. 2. N. 12.

COMITATUS WEISFORD 1 vocat Aurelius Victor De Caesaribus xxix.20.

CAUCI ut habet Giraldus Cambrensis Topographica Hiberniae II.ii.

COMITATUS DUBLINENSIS 1 audi Giraldum Loc. cit.
COMITATUS DUBLINENSIS 3 Saxo Grammaticus In the final paragraph of Book V, and also in Books VI, VIII and IX.
COMITATUS DUBLINENSIS 4 antiquus scriptor Identified in a sidenote as Joscelinus de Furnesio, in his Vita S. Patricii.
COMITATUS DUBLINENSIS 4 ut refert Hovedenus Annales for the year 1179.
COMITATUS DUBLINENSIS 4 de ea Guilielmus Neubrigensis II.xxvi.
COMITATUS DUBLINENSIS 4 a doctissimo Scaligero Joseph Justus Scaliager [1540 - 1609], in a note on II.xxii in his 1575 edition of Ausonius.
COMITATUS DUBLINENSIS 5 Collegium hinc pulcherrimum A note observes that Trinity college was founded May 13, 1591, and that it admitted its first students in 1593.
COMITATUS DUBLINENSIS 5 Edwardo Secundo regnante A sidenote says this occurred in 1320 and cites a manuscript in the possession of Baron Heath.
COMITATUS DUBLENSIS 6 author est Giraldus Topographica Hiberniae III.xxxvi (who describes the coming of Turgesius, his Latinization of Thorkill, and the Norse in 838).
COMITATUS DUBLINENSIS 6 ut amplissimum testimonium Sidenote: Stat. Parl. 18. H. 8, c. 15.

COMITATUS WEST METH 1 Richardus Stanihurstius The Irish historian Richard Stanihurst (1547-1618): for his life and electronic texts of his works, see here.
COMITATUS WEST METH 1 ut Martialis XIV.xcix.

CONNACHTIA testatur Silius III.360. The following reference is to Horace, Odes III.iv .34.

COMITATUS GALLWAY fudit et dissipavit A sidenote dates this to 1516.

COMITATUS MAIO Sed audi Bedam IV.iv.

COMITATUS SLEGO in diplomate Sidenote: Vide Diploma lib. 2. ca. 6. The sidenote also cites Giraldus Cambrensis, De Expugnatione Hiberniae II.vi.

COMITATUS LETRIM ut illus Solini Chapter xxii.

COMITATUS ROSCOMAN olim munitum A sidenote says this occurred in 1268.

CONACHTIAE DOMINI regis Angliae agnosceret A sidenote says this occurred in 1175 and cites Roger de Hoveden. The next statement is annotated Claus. 7. Ioannis.

ULTONIA cura Ioannis Perotti proregis A sidenote says this occurred in 1585.

COMITATUS FERMANAGH inquit Geraldus Topographica Hiberniae II.ix.

COMITATUS MONAGHAN damnatum suspendio affecit A sidenote dates this to 1590.

COMITATUS ARMAGH 1 monasterium extruxit A sidenote cites Bede V.xxii.
COMITATUS ARMAGH 1 De hac S. Bernardus Liber de rebus gestis S. Malachiae Hiberniae episcopi x.19 (vol. CLXXXII, col. 1086A-B Migne).
COMITATUS ARMAGH 3 Nec pro locorum antiquitate Sidenote: Lib. Primus Ceremoniarum Sacrarum Sect. 14.
COMITATUS ARMAGH 3 qui descripsit S. Bernardus Ib. i.1 (col. 1075A).

COMITATUS DOWN 4 in Prosperi Aquitani Περὶ Ἀχαρίστων III (vol. LI, col. 130B Migne).
COMITATUS DOWN 5 audi S. Bernardum Ib. vi.12 (col. 1082B).
COMITATUS DOWN 6 audi Bernardum Ib. viii.16 (col. 1084B).

COMITATUS COLRAN ut inquit Giraldus Topographica Hiberniae I.vi.

COMITATUS TIR-OEN 1 ut inquit ille Claudian XXVI.320.

COMITATUS DONEGALL 4 ut author est Giraldus Topographica Hiberniae III.xvi.
COMITATUS DONEGALL 4 cui Patricius A sidenote attributes this to a Life of St. Patrick, not in Migne.

O-NEALI 1 illius quem vivum colui Almost certainly he means Burghley.
O-NEALI 2 hoc usus est titulo A sidenote cites John of Fordun’s Scotichronicon II.xxvi.
O-NEALI 4 Sidneius prorex A sidenote says this occurred in 1565.
O-NEALI 6 sub hoc tempus A sidenote dates this to 1588.
O-NEALI 7 Revocato iam ex Hibernia A sidenote dates this to 1594.
O-NEALI 8 Bagnallus marescallus intercepit A sidenote specifies June 12, 1595, presumably the date of the letters.
O-NEALI 10 cumque iam prope Dundalkiam A sidenote gives the date as July 18, 1595.
O-NEALI 13 Thomas baro Burough A sidenote says this occurred in 1597.
O-NEALI 15 prope Armacham acerrime involavit A sidenote says this occurred in 1598.
O-NEALI 16 Hic erat Hiberniae status A sidenote dates this to 1599.
O-NEALI 18 Quos singulos A sidenote dates this to September 8, 1599.
O-NEALI 20 His literis irritatus A sidenote dates this to September 28, 1599.
O-NEALI 23 et Carolum Blunt A sidenote dates this to 1600.
O-NEALI 24 Mogheriae A sidenote observes that this place was commonly called Moyery.

HIBERNICORUM MORES 1 Strabo IV.v.4.
HIBERNICORUM MORES 1 Pomponius Mela III.liii.5.
HIBERNICORUM MORES 2 Ioannes Good No such author and work are registered in the Short Title Catalogue, Camden presumably read it in manuscript.
HIBERNICORUM MORES 3 collected by Sir John Davis Camden appears to mean Sir John Davies, whose A Discoverie of the true causes why Ireland was never entirely subdued, nor brought under obedience of the crowne of England, untill the beginning of his Maiesties happie raigne. Since this was not published at 1612, Camden must have read it in manuscript.
HIBERNICORUM MORES 4 ut inquit ille olim Giraldus Cambrensis, Topographica Hiberniae III.x.
HIBERNICORUM MORES 12 de quo Ammianus XVI.xii.43.

ANNALES HIBERNIAE Sed meminerint illi I cannot identify the first quotation. The second is Cicero, Orator xviii.1.

INSULAE MINORES 2inquit Antiphilus Greek Anthology IX.xxix.1.
INSULAE MINORES 3 proponam quod Plutarchus De defectu oraculorum p. 419E.
INSULAE MINORES 4 meminit Solinus xxiii.
INSULAE MINORES 5 Thomas De-la-Mere I cannot identify this individual; there was an Abbot of St. Albans of that name in the fourteenth century, but he was scarcely a knight.
INSULAE MINORES 8 cuius meminit Caesar B. G. V.xiii.3.
INSULAE MINORES 8 qui et Gildae nomine In some mss., the Historia Brittonum is ascribed to Nennius, not Gildas. This was true of ms. Caligula A VIII in the collection owned by Camden’s friend Sir Robert Bruce Cotton, which he may well have seen.
INSULAE MINORES 8 ut inquit Giraldus Cambrenis Topographia Hiberniae II.xv.
INSULAE MINORES 11 ut est apud Orosius Historiae I.ii (vol. XXXI, col. 0691A Migne).
INSULAE MINORES 11 scripsit Ninnius This information is not in Nennius.
INSULAE MINORES 12 ut habet Walsinghamus St. Albans Chronicle for the year 1393.
INSULAE MINORES 12 hoc proponere lubet Sidenote: An. 1. Henr. 4. Rot. 2. bundelio 2.
INSULAE MINORES 12 Quarto autem post anno A sidenote dates this to Anno 7. Henr. 4, and cites the authority of the annals of Thomas Otterburn.
INSULAE MINORES 13 ut interpretatur Ioannes Fordonus In the Scotichronicon.
INSULAE MINORES 14 Prodit enim Solinus xxiii.
INSULAE MINORES 16 cuius Plinius videtur meminisse N. H. IV.ciii.3 (but modern editors read nulla).
INSULAE MINORES 16 beneficentia reginae Elizabethae According to a sidenote she did so both in 1586 and 1598.
INSULAE MINORES 17 Solini aetate xxiii.
INSULAE MINORES 17 cum Becano Joannes Goropius [1518-1572], author of Originum Gentium libri IX (1569).
INSULAE MINORES 17 Iuvenalis cecinit ii.159ff. The following quote is Claudian VIII.31f.
INSULAE MINORES 18 Ninnius etiam prodit xxxviii.
INSULAE MINORES 20 antiquus ille in Horatium commentator I do not know who Camden means. Pomponius Porphyrio mentions the Fortunate Islands in his notes on Epodi xvi.41 and Odes IV.viii.27, but says nothing so specific about their location.
INSULAE MINORES 20 Isacii Tzetzes In his commentary on Lycophron, Alexandra 1204 (scholion 1200).
INSULAE MINORES 20 cuius Muretus Marc Antonie Muret [1526 - 1585], pubished the first eight Books of his Variae Lectiones in 1559.
INSULAE MINORES 21 a Solino statuitur xxiii.
INSULAE MINORES 21 Hinc Virgilius Georgics I.30. The following citations are Seneca, Medea 379, Juvenal xv.112, Claudian xxvii.203f., unknown (not Statius Statius, Ammianus Marcellinus XVIII.iv.1, Silius Italicus (not Statius) XVII.416, and Statius, Sylvae V.i.91.
INSULAE MINORES 21 Reynerus Reneccius Reiner Reineccius [1541 - 1595].
INSULAE MINORES 21 scribit Geraldus noster Topographica Hiberniae II.xvii.
INSULAE MINORES 21 a Procopio A sidenote refers to Book II of De Bellis Gothicis, but Procopio discusses Thule at VI.xv and VIII.xx.
INSULAE MINORES 21 Gaspar Peucerius Gaspar Peucer [1525 - 1602], author of De Dimensione Terrae (1550).
INSULAE MINORES 21 a Strabo iuste notatus I.iv.2.
INSULAE MINORES 21 et Tacitus dicit Agricola x.6.
INSULAE MINORES 21 transtulit Festus Avienus Periegesis seu Descriptio Orbis Terrarum 751ff,
INSULAE MINORES 21 Quod Pomponius Mela III.lvii.1 (modern texts have Belcarum for Belgarum).
INSULAE MINORES 22 ut refert Plutarchus De defectu oraculorum p. 420A.
INSULAE MINORES 23 Erasmo Michaele Laeto This Danish savant published his verse treatise De Re Nautica Libri IV in 1573.
INSULAE MINORES 24 ut Bedam audias III.iii.
INSULAE MINORES 25 De qua Alcuinus Epistle XIII (vol. C, col. 0161 Migne).
INSULAE MINORES 25 ut inquit in eius vita Beda Sancti Cuthberti, Lindisfarnensis Episcopi, Liber de Vita et Miraculis xvii (vol. XC, col. 0757B Migne).
INSULAE MINORES 26 Abraham Ortelius The geographer Abraham Ortelius [1527 - 1598] published a plan of Brittenburg Castle in 1581.
INSULAE MINORES 26 ut cum Plinio loquar Pliny describes this herb at N. H. XXV.xx.7, XXV.xcix.3, and XXVII.ii.7. The reference below is to ib. IV.cxxii.3.
INSULAE MINORES 26 cum Zosimus III.v.2.
INSULAE MINORES 26 ut inquit Marcellinus XVIII.ii.3
INSULAE MINORES 26 The great Dutch poet Janus Dousa [1545 - 1604]. The following reference is doubtless to Hadrian Junius’ 1567 Nomenclator Omnium Rerum.
INSULAE MINORES 27 Lemnius Levinus A Dutch author [1505-1568], best known for his De Occultis Naturae Miraculis (1564).
INSULAE MINORES 30 Paulus Diaconus De Gestis Langobardorum I.vi (vol. XCV, col. 0445B Migne).
INSULAE MINORES 30 cum Beatus Augustinus De Civitate Dei XV.ix.
INSULAE MINORES 31 Gregorius Turonensis vocat I cannot find this statement in any work by Gregory of Tours included in Migne.
INSULAE MINORES 31 Papirius Massonius An eleventh c. French historian. The following reference is to Ammianus Marcellinus XV.xi.3.
INSULAE MINORES 34 et rex ipse Sidenote Francica 16. Edw. 4.
INSULAE MINORES 35 scilicet ut Ioannes rex Sidenote: Cl. 25. Ed. 3. An. 9. Ed.
INSULAE MINORES 37 dixit Dionysius Alexandrinus Dionysius Periegetes Orbis Descriptio 561ff.
INSULAE MINORES 38 dixit Festus Avienus Ora Maritima 95ff. In a sidenote Camden notes these variant readings: 100 non usque navulus for nolusque (modern editors read netisque); 103 facere remos and acere norunt for facere morem (modern editors read et acere norunt); 104 phaselos (the correct reading) for phaselo.
The following quote is ib. 112ff.
INSULAE MINORES 39 Stephanus Ethnika p. 365.19. The following reference is to Pliny, N. H. IV.civ.5.
INSULAE MINORES 39 eruditissimum Hermolaum Barbarum Ermolao Barbaro [1453 - 1493], in his Castigationes Pliniae (1493).
INSULAE MINORES 39 inquit Strabo II.v.15. The following citation is ib. III.ii.9. The following quotes are Solinus xxiv, Diodorus Siculus V.xxxviii.4, and Eustathiusin his commentary on Dionysius Periegetes, sect. 561.
INSULAE MINORES 41 inquit Plinius In fact, the proper citation is VII.cxcvii.9. The following reference is to Strabo III.v.11.
INSULAE MINORES 41 ut habet Solinus xxii. The following reference is to Eustathius’ commentary on Dionysius Periegetes, section 309 (but he invokes the authority of Herodotus, not Strabo).
INSULAE MINORES 41 relegavit Marcus imperator Sidenote: Ulpianus lib. 7 de Mathematicis.
INSULAE MINORES 42 Pomponius Mela refert III.xlviii.1.
INSULAE MINORES 42 existimat Strabo IV.iv.1.
INSULAE MINORES 42 ex illo Priscianus XXX. Εἰραφιώτης is a cult-title of Dionysus.
INSULAE MINORES 42 Festus Avienus sic expressit Periegesis seu Descriptio Orbis Terrarum 744ff.
INSULAE MINORES 43 Sic enim Strabo IV.iv.6.
INSULAE MINORES 44 scribat Mela II.lxxxv.1.
INSULAE MINORES 44 ut inquit ille Pliny, N. H. IV.cix.9.
INSULAE MINORES 45 de quo Graecus optime cecinit Greek Anthology IX.clxcix.1ff.
INSULAE MINORES illo Mimnermi disticho Fr. 7 West.