Celtic Personal Names of Roman Britain (CPNRB) is a database that collects all the personal names from Roman Britain which are thought to contain Celtic elements.
This database has the aim to be a useful and flexible tool by which the information provided by personal names from Roman Britain can be integrated into the scholarship both of Roman Britain and of name-studies more generally. It might also be a prototype for a much-needed database of all personal names attested from Roman Britain.
The data can be searched and sorted under a number of headings, such as name forms, gender, date, location of find, type of source, etc.
Celtic Personal Names of Roman Britain (CPNRB) began as a collection of Celtic personal names from Roman Britain created by Paul Russell which was then updated and revised by Alex Mullen. The material has been converted into a database by Pádraic Moran.