MORE ANCIENT SOURCES
Josephus, War 4.11.5 (1st cent. A.D.)
His [Titus'] second station was Heracleopolis, and his third Pelusium; (661) he then refreshed his army at that place for two days; and on the third passed over the mouths of the Nile at Pelusium; he then proceeded one station over the desert, and pitched him camp at the temple of the Casian Jupiter, and on the next day at Ostracine.
Egeria, Itinerarium, 9 (381-384 A.D.)
From Tathnis we went by the way I already knew, and arrived at Pelusium. And from there we went on through all the Egyptian staging-posts of our outward journey till we reached the frontier of Palestine. And from there, in the name of Christ our God, I returned after several staging-posts in Palestine to Aelia, which is Jerusalem.
Epiphanius, Descriptio Terrae Sanctae 5 (8th cent. A.D.)
At the fortress given the name of Pharma (= Pelusion, Tel Farama) is the beginning of Egypt. And about two days' journey to the west is Tamiathin, a great fortress which was the place of Christ's exile. Four days' journey to the west of it is the city of Alexandria.
BYZANTINE ADMINISTRATIVE LISTS
Georgius Cyprius, 685-700 (7th cent. A.D.)
Province of Augustamnica Prima: Pelusium, Setroithes, Tanis, Thmuis, Rhinocorura, Ostracine, Pentaschoinon, Casium, Aphnaion, Ephaestos, Panephysis, the Tents outside Gerra, the Tents inside Gerra, Thennesos.