RIGODUNUM

RIGODUNUM
oppid. Angliae in Comitatu Eboracensi, vulgo Richmond. Aliis Rippon dicitur, Camdeno autem est Rihlechester in Comitatu Lancastrensi. Vide Bremetonacum, et Rhigodunum.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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