Attested: AI iter 3 ad portum Dubris; RC Dubris (place), Durbis (river); TP Dubris; ND Dubris
Where: The Roman fort and naval base at Dover, Kent, at TR319413.
Name origin: See “The meaning of the name Dover” here. The name probably meant ‘double bank’, referring to sand-and-shingle spit(s) across the harbour mouth, not ‘waters’.
Last Edited: 6 August 2016