Eboracum

Eboracum was a fort and city in Roman Britain. The settlement evolved into York, located in North Yorkshire, England.

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Roman Roads In Britain - Table of Roman Roads By Saxon Name
... Petuaria) to Newcastle upon Tyne (Pons Aelius) York (Eboracum) Thirsk Stockton Sadberge Sedgefield Chester-le-Street (Concangis) Gateshead A1034/1079 ...
York - History - Toponymy
... 'York' is partly related to the Latinized name for the city, variously rendered as Eboracum, Eburacum or Eburaci ... The toponymy of Eboracum is uncertain because the language of the pre-Roman indigenous population of the area was never recorded ... Therefore, it is thought that Eboracum is derived from the Brythonic word Eborakon, that is a combination of eburos "yew-tree" (cf ...
Latin Names Of Cities - Strategies For Constructing Latin Names
... name the various Parises in the United States are likely to become Lutetia, and Novum Eboracum or Neo-Eboracum represents New York, because Eboracum is the city of York in England ...
Religion In York - History - Roman - Christianity
... There was also a Christian community in Eboracum although it is unknown when this was first formed and in archeological terms there is virtually no record of it ... community is a document noting the attendance of Bishop Eborius of Eboracum at the Council of Arles in 314 ... The Episcopal see at Eboracum was called Eboracensis in Latin and Bishops from the See also attended the First Council of Nicaea in 325, the Council ...