), a city of the Celtici, in Hispania Baetica, in the conventus of Hispalis (Ptol. 2.4.15
; Plin. Nat. 3.1. s. 3
, ed. Sillig, comp. ARUCI
Inscr. ap. Muratori, p. 1029, No. 5.). Some writers place Arunda at Ronda la vieja,
which is usually taken, on the authority of inscriptions there, for AcINIPo; on the ground that the inscriptions at Ronda
bearing the name of Arunda, have been brought from the ruins at Ronda la vieja
(Ford, p. 98); but both Pliny and Ptolemy make Acinipo and Arunda different places.