Litus Saxonicum

Attested:  ND Comes Litoris Saxonici per Britannias/Britanniam  (3 times)

Where:  A line of forts on the coast of south-east Britain.

Name origin:  Latin for ‘Saxon Shore’

Notes:  There is a long-standing argument whether Saxons already lived on the shores of Britain in Roman times or whether they were attacking it.

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Last Edited: 20 June 2016