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UGIA (Οὐγια, Ptol. 2.4.12), a town of the Turdetani in Hispania Baetica, on the road from Cades to Corduba. (Itin. Ant. p. 410.) It is probably the town called Urgia by Pliny (3.1. s. 3), with the surnames of Castrum Julium or Caesaris Salutariensis, and possessing the Jus Latii. Now Las Cabezas, where there are some antiquities. (Cf. Ukert, ii. pt. i. p. 356.)


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