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Eth. MU´RBOGI (Eth. Μούρβογοι, Ptol. 2.6.52), a people in Hispania Tarraconensis, the southern neighbours of the Cantabri, are the same as the people called TURMODIGI by Pliny (3.3. s. 4) and Orosius (6.21). This may be inferred from the fact that Pliny calls Segisamo a town of the Turmodigi, and Ptolemy calls Deobrigula a town of the Murbogi; while in the Antonine Itinerary (p. 449) these two towns are only 15 miles apart. (Forbiger, vol. iii. p. 102.)

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