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Limoges (France)

LC control no.n 81071953
Descriptive conventionsrda
Geographic headingLimoges (France)
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Geographic subdivision usageFrance--Limoges
Limoz (France)
Λιμοζ (France)
Limages (France)
Ville de Limoges (France)
Lemòtges (France)
Limòtges (France)
Augustoritum (France)
Augoustoriton (France)
Αυγουστοριτον (France)
Civitas Lemovicum (France)
Lemovica (France)
Lemmovix Agustoredo (France)
Associated countryFrance
Associated placeHaute-Vienne (France)
Limoges (France : Arrondissement)
Nouvelle-Aquitaine (France)
Limousin (France)
Special noteNon-Latin-script references not evaluated.
Found inDeuterē diakēryxē tēs Limoz, 2003.
GeoNames, algorithmically matched, 2009 (unknown; 45°51ʹ00ʺN 001°15ʹ00ʺE)
Perrier, Jean. La Haute-Vienne, 1993: page 4 (Limoges; in Haute-Vienne, le Limousin) page 79 (originated on the right bank of the Vienne; historical names: Augustoritum, Αυγουστοριτον = Augoustoriton, Civitas Lemovicum, Lemovica, Lemmovix Agustoredo)
GEOnet, 28 November 2016 (Limoges (approved); Limages (variant); geopolitical entity name: France; first-order administrative division name: Nouvelle-Aquitaine; 45° 49ʹ 54ʺ N, 001° 15ʹ 28ʺ E; 45.831534 [N], 1.257805 [E]; seat of a second-order administrative division)
Ville de Limoges Web site, 28 November 2016: main page (Ville de Limoges; Limoges) Portrait d'une ville (first name of Limoges: Augustoritum, founded by the Romans 10 B.C.; in 1792, the city (Cité) and the castle were officially combined into a single city (ville))
Wikipedia, 28 November 2016: Limoges (Limoges; Occitan: Lemòtges or Limòtges; a city and commune, the capital of the Haute-Vienne department and the administrative capital of the Limousin in west-central France; Region: Nouvelle-Aquitaine; Arrondissement: Limoges; founded as Augustoritum by the Romans, around 10 BC; later renamed after the tribe whose chief town it was, the Lemovices; 45° 50ʹ 7.08ʺ N, 1° 15ʹ 45ʺ E; 45.8353 [N], 1.2625 [E])
Wikipedia, 23 November 2016: Nouvelle-Aquitaine (Nouvelle-Aquitaine; the largest administrative region in France; created by the territorial reform of French Regions in 2014 through the merger of 3 regions: Aquitaine, Limousin and Poitou-Charentes; the new region came into existence on 1 January 2016; the region's interim name, Aquitaine-Limousin-Poitou-Charentes, was a hyphenated placename; on 27 June 2016, just a few days ahead of the 1 July deadline, the Regional council adopted Nouvelle-Aquitaine as the new region's permanent name)
Geographic area codee-fr---
Associated languagefre