The Roman garrisons.

1. The Roman garrisons.

Being to speak of some places, scatteringly taken notice of here and there, let us begin with the Roman garrisons, which were dispersed all the land over: and this we do the rather, because the Notitia Imperii, whence they are transcribed, is not so common in every one's hand.

Under the command of the honourable person, the duke of Palestine.

And those that are taken out of the lesser Muster-roll.

The Office stands thus:--

All this out of Notitia.