Quaeque sinu pelagi jactat se Bracara dives. Auson. de Claris Urbibus, p. 245 [Emerita, ix.].
From the design of the king of the Suevi, it is evident that the navigation from the ports of Gallicia to the Mediterranean was known and practised. The ships of Bracara, or Braga, cautiously steered along the coast, without daring to lose themselves in the Atlantic.