a town in the interior of Numidia, 54 miles from Cirta, having hot mineral springs (Aquae Tibilitanae) (August. Ep.
128; Itin. Ant.
p. 42), commonly identified with Hammam Meskutin
in the mountains near the river Seibonse;
but, according to D'Avezac and the map of the province of Constantine (Par. 1837), it is Hammam-el-Berda,
somewhat more to the N.