Eth. LUSO´NES (Λούσωνες), the smallest of the four tribes into which the Celtiberians were divided. Their position was about the sources of the Tagus, SW. of the territory of Numantia. (Strab. iii. p.162; Appian, Hisp. cc. 42, 49.) [P.S]
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