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Lacobriga, in Spain.

Paros, somewhere in Pisidia.
Lamphania, quite doubtful.

Paternum, in Cappadocia Secunda,
Laniobra, in Spain.

perhaps the same as Parnassus.
Lærus, somewhere, either island or Periorcis, in Libya or Egypt.
city, in the Ægean Sea.

Pharnacea, in Pontus or Cilicia.
Laverica, in Spain.

Phuphena, in Isauria or Armenia
Lisia, quite doubtful.

Minor.
Lisinia, in Pisidia.

Placia, in Galatia or Bithynia.
Luetum, quite doubtful.

Platanus, in Syria or Phænicia.
Macedonopolis, in Mesopotamia. Rachlæna, in Phænicia.
Magnetum, in Spain.

Rapta, in Africa Proconsularis.
Malleotana, perhaps the same as Mal- Rhodia, or Rhodiopolis, in Lycia.
liattha in Arabia.

Rocus, quite doubtful.
Mignenia, perhaps the same as Mag- Sarta, the same.

niana in Illyricum Occidentale. Sellæ, the same.
Molitianum, quite doubtful.

Sestus, or Sestos, in Hellespontus.
Morea, or Famagorea, the same. Sinna, in Africa Proconsularis.
Myriangelus, the same.

Stephane, in Phocis or Galatia.
Nisilectum, the same.

Tiella, or Zella, in Byzacena.
Nosalena, perhaps in Armenia Minor. Unnogorita, quite doubtful.
Opita, quite doubtful.

Zena, perhaps the same as Zenopolis
Palladianum, the same.

in Lycia.
Paraxia, in Macedonia.

Zichna, in Macedonia.
Parosithus, quite doubtful.

Zoropassus, in Cilicia or Isauria.

IV.
It has not been thought necessary to encumber the Index with the
names of the old Irish Sees as arranged by Camden under the four
archbishops of Armach, Dublin, Cashel, and Tuam, or as extracted from
the Provinciale Romanum. See pp. 375, 376.

V.
For the Notitiæ of provinces and metropolitans, as well as provinces
and autocephali, extracted from Beveridge and Goar, forming the
Seventh Chapter of the Ninth Book, see pp. 389—408.

VI.
For the Catalogue of the names of Sees in the Six African Provinces,
see the Appendix to the Ninth Book, pp. 428-433.

VII.
For Carolus à Sancto Paulo's alphabetical list of the same, see
Pp. 434-437.

The third volume of the Author's own edition, which volume first
appeared in 1711, ended with the Ninth Book.

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(See VIII. iü. 2 et seqq. Vol. 3. pp. 52 se99.)

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1. Propylæum or Vestibulum Magnum, the great Porch or first Entrance

into the drea before the Church .
2. The Miravalov, Atrium or Area leading from the Porch to the Church.
3. Cantharus or Phiala, the Fountain of Water in the mildle of the Square.
The Porticoes or Cloisters about the Area , otherzise called the Exterior

Narthat of the Church and Place of Mourners.
5. The great Gate into the Church.
6. The two lesser Gates on each side of the other.

The Northern and Southem Gates. 14 8. The Cloisters on the North and South side the Church : 9. The Ferula or Interior Narther where the Catechumens and Hearers

Stood with Jews and Gentiles.
p. The Place of the Substrati, ar thind Degree of Penitents,

behind the Ambo. 1. The Ambo or Reading Desk. 2. The Ascent on both sides the Ambo. 3. The Inner Porticoes or Cloisters for Men below. #. The Catechumenia or Hyparoa , Upper Galleries for Women, above

the Porticoes of the Men, upon Pillars. 5. Cancelli Bematis, the Rails of the Chance. b. The Bema or Chancel. 5. The Altar or Corrmunion Table. B. The Júgros or Ciborium , the arched Canopy built mund the Altar. b. The Bishop's Throne with the

second Thrones of Presbyters in a Semicinde about the Altar.
1. Diaconicum Minus, the Inner Vestry.
2. Prothesis Paratorium
B. Scenophylacium or Diaconicum Magnum, the great Repository

or Greeting House.
4. Baptistery. * The Porch .
5. The Font in the middle of the Baptistery.
5. Pastophoria , Dwelling - houses for the Clergy, with Schoo's,

Libraries, de., on each side the Church.
5. The legipox05 or utnosť bounds allowed for Refuge or Sanduary.

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