（Σαγαυντία, Ptol. 2.4.13
), a town in the SW. part of Hispania Baetica. (Liv. 34.12
; Plin. Nat. 3.1. s. 3
.) Now Xigonza
NW. from Medina Sidonia,
where there are many ruins. (Morales, Antig.
p. 87; Florez, Esp. Sagr.
x. p. 47.)
A town of the Arevaci, in Hispania Tarraconensis, SW. from Bilbilis.
It was in the jurisdiction of Clunia, on the road from Emerita to Caesaraugusta, and was the scene of a battle between Sertorius and Metellus. (Plut. Sert. 21
; App. BC 1.110
The name is written Segontia in the Itin. Ant.
pp. 436 and 438. and in the Geog. Rav. 4.43; but must not be confounded with that of a town of the Celtiberi. Now Siguenza
on the Henarez.
(Florez, Esp. Sagr.
viii. p. 18; Morales, Antig.
p. 87.) [T.H.D