[German version] (Regini). Celtic tribe, who settled in the area of Hampshire and West Sussex and was part of the Kingdom of Commius (mid 1st cent. BC) and of Cogidubnus (one cent. later). The main city was Noviomagus (present-day Chichester), home to a temple of Neptune and Minerva in the 1st cent. AD [1. 91]. Located near Noviomagus and 1,6 km west of Chichester was the estate of Fishbourne, probably a governor's residence from the Flavian Period (columns, mosaics, wall paintings) . Todd, Malcolm (Exeter) Bibliography
1 R. G. Collingwood, R. P. Wright, The Roman Inscriptions of Britain, 1965
2 B. W. Cunliffe, Excavations at Fishbourne, 1971. B. W. Cunliffe, s. v. Fishbourne, PE, 329 Id., The R., 1973.