Hodgson, N. (2002). The Roman place-names Arbeia and Corstopitum: a rejection of recently suggested meanings. Archaeologia Aeliana Series 5. Vol 30, p. 173.

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The Roman place-names Arbeia and Corstopitum: a rejection of recently suggested meanings
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Archaeologia Aeliana Series 5
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30
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Evaluates a recent interpretation of the meaning behind the names of the two forts. Suggests that Arbeia might mean `the place of the Arabs' -- a direct reference to the area where the stationed garrison was originally recruited (near the River Tigris). See also 2002/313.
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Nicholas Hodgson
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30 May 2019