(also Victis or Ictis), the classical name of the Isle of Wight. The separate identification of Ictis with St Michael's Mount is not favoured, given the confusion surrounding its mention in relation to the mythical *Cassiterides. The Isle of Wight was well settled and an important navigation point.Less
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