RHUBRICATUS (Ῥουβρίκατος, Ptol. 4.3.5), a river of Numidia, the same as the UBUS of the Pent. Tab., which flowed 5 M. P. to the E. of Hippo Regius, now called the Seibouse (Barth, Wanderungen, p. 70). [E.B.J]
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