Of Galatia. chap. 64.
GAlatia is a Countrey in Europe, and hath that name of French men that dwelled therein and were called Galles as Isidore, sayeth, libro.•••. & ••. The King of Bithinia, called the Gallen to helpe him and he had the victorye, and departed, the kingdome with them, and the Galles were afterward 〈…〉 & with the Greekes, and were called Gallograth but now they haue name of the olde Galles, and he called Galli. This land is full •ide and large, and most plente∣ous, and containeth a great deale of Eu∣rope, and is now called Kufenea of ma∣ny men.
(*Gallatia, or Gallogrecia a Coun∣trey in the lesse Asia, is ioyning to Phri∣gia and Lidia)