Celtiberia soriana
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We know the quotes from at least ten cities that have been linked with the province of Soria, as:

  • Axinia, cited by Appian (Axeinion) during the events of the wars Celtiberian, in the year 153 BC and Schulten proposed to identify Uxama Argaela, the events of the year in 72 is called in Exuperantio and Floro Auxuma
  • Kolenda, cited by Appian as taken by Tito Didio in the year 98-97 BC, after 9 months of siege and after the submission of Termantia. Location is unknown
  • Lagni destroyed in the year 141 BC, quoted by Diodorus and Appian attributing the Iberian coins Lagna. The text of Appian cites this episode in the year 141 in the town of Malia, while Diodorus puts it in Lagni. Location is unknown. Bosch Gimpera placed it into the region for oil.
  • Luti, involved in the war years numantina 134-133, distant 300 stadia (about 56 km) of Numancia, as Appian has been associated with coins that can be transcribed as Celtiberian or Lutiacos Luti and the appearance of the name Lutacei in Luzaga the bronze. It has been linked with the people of Cantalucia by omofonia, but no archaeological confirmation.
  • Malia, cited by Appian, for their involvement in the war numantina the year 141 BC
  • Ocilis, are phonetic reasons only been locating in Medinaceli, the beautiful city, speaking on numantina war, is mentioned by Appian in the year 153 BC when the Roman army to persecute the segedenses Nobilior to Numancia. Recently rejected this location as there is no archaeological basis and derives its name is explained by references to Arabs. Should be sought in the itinerary Segeda (El Poyo de Mara, Zaragoza) to Numancia at the port of the anvil.
  • Savia, a city mentioned by Ptolemy among pelendones. Phonetic grounds unsafe Schulten reduced it to Soria. Location unknown.
  • Tukris, cited by Ptolemy among Arevacos and not localized. Location is unknown
  • Voluce, mentioned by Ptolemy among pelendones and the Antonine Itinerary as a mansion on the road between Numantia Vxama and was located in Calatañazor by Zurita. Taracena the realaciona with the ruins known in the hills of Los Castejon, next to the passage of the Roman road (1km), located in front of the hill where it is located Calatañazor, although there is sufficient archaeological support.
  • Visontium, cited by Ptolemy between Pelendones has been associated with Vinuesa, although no archaeological reasons for this.