Endlicher's Glossary
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Endlicher's Glossary
The Vienna manuscript containing Endlicher's Glossary

Endlicher's Glossary (Latin: De nominibus Gallicis) is a glossary composed of eighteen lines of Gaulish words, mainly to do with regional placenames, translated into Latin. There are seven surviving copies of it, with the oldest dating to the 8th century.

It is named after Stephan Endlicher who first described it in 1836. It is also known as the Vienna Glossary after the city where the first manuscript was discovered and is still held, in the Austrian National Library.[1]

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  1. ^ "Endlicher's Glossary" (PDF). www.RomanEraNames.uk. Retrieved 2019.

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