, or perhaps Hammam-el-Berda
), in Numidia, near the river Rubricatus, on the high road from Cirta to Hippo Regius, 54 M. P. E. of the former, and 40 M. P. SW. of the latter. (Ant. Itin.
p. 42; Tab. Peut.
) It formed an episcopal see. (Optat. c. Donat.
1.14.) Remains of large baths, of Roman workmanship, are still found at Hammam Meskoutin.
(Shaw, p. 121, 1st ed.; Barth, Wanderungen, &c.,