Gallia, A notable region, set betweene Spaine and Germanie, and on the east, bordereth on the mountaines Alpes. That which ioyneth to Germanie, was called Belgica, and was contained betweene the riuers Scalde, and Sequana, or Senne. That part, which marcheth to the mountaines, was called Celtica, or Lugdunensis, and was contained between the riuers Seyne and Garumna, or Geronde. That whiche bordereth on Spaine, called A quitania, was bounded wyth the mountaines Pyrenæi. Cæsar boundeth the port called Celtica, with the riuers Rhene, and Geronde: and Aquitania, with the hils Pyrenæi, and the riuer of Geronde. Agrippa describeth Gallia betweene the riuer Rhene, the mountaines Pyrenæi, the Occean sea, and the mountapnes Gebenna, and Iura. Moreouer, that whiche is now called Lumbardie, was called Gallia Cisalpina.