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Latin names of European countries

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Latin NameCurrent Name
AfricaTunisia
AegyptusEgypt
AlbionEngland
AnatoliaTurkey (East)
AngliaEngland
ArabiaSinai peninsula and Arabian peninsula
ArmeniaArmenia
AsiaTurkey (West)
BaeticaSpain (South)
BelgicaBelgium
BritanniaBritain
Bohemiathe Czech Republic
BorussiaPrussia
BithyniaTurkey (North West)
CaledoniaScotland
CambriaWales
CiliciaTurkey (South East)
CyprusCyprus
CyrenaicaLibya (East)
DaciaRomania, Moldova
DaniaDenmark
DalmatiaCroatia South, Bosnia and Herzegovina West and South
FinniaFinland
GalatiaTurkey (Central)
GalliaFrance
GermaniaGermany
GraeciaGreece
HelvetiaSwitzerland
HiberniaIreland
HispaniaSpain
HungariaHungary
IllyricumCroatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina South, Serbia and Montenegro South West, Albania North West
ItaliaMainland Italy
JudeaIsrael
LappiaLapland
LituaniaLithuania
LivoniaEstonia, Latvia and Lithuania
LusitaniaPortugal
MauretaniaMorocco
MoesiaSerbia, Bulgaria
Noricummainly Austria South and Slovenia North
NorvegiaNorway
PannoniaHungary, Croatia North, Slovenia North East
PoloniaPoland
PontusTurkey North East
RaetiaSwitzerland North
SarmatiaRussia
ScotiaScotland
SueciaSweden
SyriaSyria
ScythiaUkraine
Scythia MinorDobruja
TarraconensisSpain North
TartariaRussia
ThraciaGreece, Bulgaria, Turkey
TripoliLibya

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