I.a powerful people in Hispania Tarraconensis, Liv. Fragm. 91, lin. 213 sq.; “perhaps there is a reference to these Berones in the obscure passage,” Hirt. B. Alex. 53: semper enim Berones, etc. (perh. a body-guard of Berones; perh. also kindr. with the Gallic baro, acc. to the Schol. Pers. 5, 138: lingua Gallica barones vel varones dicuntur servi militum).
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Bergistāni - bĭber
Bērōnes , um, m., = Βήρωνες, acc. to Strab. 3, p. 238,