ATHANA´GIA a city of Spain, within the Iberus, the capital of the Ilergetes according to Livy (21.61), but not mentioned by any other writer. Ukert (vol. ii. pt. 1. p. 451) takes it for Agramaut, near the ancient Ilerda. [P.S]
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