Eth. BELLI (Βελλοί), one of the smaller tribes of the Celtiberi, in Hispania Tarraconensis, with the powerful city of Segeda (Σεγήδη), the revolt of which commenced the Celtiberian War. (Plb. 35.2; Appian. de Reb. Hisp. 44, 45.) [P.S]
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