(Baza) Granada, Spain.
Town ca. 50
km NE of Guadix, mentioned in the Antonine Itinerary
(401.8), on several occasions by Strabo, and in Livy
) in connection with a Roman defeat by the
Bastetani. it was an episcopal see during the Early Christian and Visigoth periods. The iberian cemetery has
yielded a large number of Greek vases, indicating that it
was used during the 5th and 3d c. B.C. Recent finds inchide the so-called Lady of Baza, a seated Iberian figure
still bearing traces of polychrome and dating from the
4th c. B.C.
A. García y Bellido, Hispania Graeca
L. G. IGLESIAS