Latin names of European rivers

Following is a list of rivers stating the Latin and equivalent English name.

LatinEnglish, (other) and older names
Achelous¹Achelous/Acheloos
AlbisElbe (Labe, Łaba)
Alpheus¹Alpheus River (Alfeiós/Alpheiós, Vardar)
Alutus Olt
Anisus Enns
Borysthenes Dnieper (Dniepr)
Cephissus¹ (Athenae)Cephissus River (Athens) (Kephissós, Kifissós)
Cephissus¹ (Boeotia)Cephissus River (Boeotia)
Cephissus¹ (Eleusis)Cephissus River (Eleusis)
ColapisKolpa (Kupa)
Crisus Criş
Danuvius Upper Danube (Donau, Donava, Dunărea)
Dierna Cerna
DuriusDouro (Duero)
DravusDrave (Drau, Drava, Dráva)
GarumnaGaronne
HierasusSiret
Hypanis Boh
IberusEbre (Ebro)
Ister Lower Danube (Donau, Donava, Dunărea)
KorkorasKrka
Ligara, LigeraLoire
Maris Mureş
MatronaMarne
MoenusMain
NatisoNatisone
NatissisNoteć
OenusInn
Ordessos Argeş
Peneus¹ (Elea)Peneus River (Elia) (Pineiós/Peneós)
Peneus¹ (Tempe)Peneus River (Tempe) (Pineiós/Peneiós)
Pyretus Prut
RhenusRhine
Rodanus, RhodanusRhône
SabrinaSevern
SallaSaale (Zala, Sala)
Samus Someş
SavusSava
SequanaSeine
Sontius, AesontiusSoča (Isonzo)
StyxStyx River, modern ?
TagusTagus
TamesisThames
Tiber, TiberisTiber River (Tevere)
Tibicus Timiş
Tisia Tissa
Tyras Dniester (Nistru)
Viadua, Viadrua, OderaOder (Odra)
VistulaVistula (Wisła, Weichsel)
VurtaWarta
partial list

¹ - Latinized spelling of a Greek derived name

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