Dictionary of Greek and Roman Geography/A'ccua

A'CCUA, a small town of Apulia, mentioned only by Livy (xxiv. 20) as one of the places recovered by Q. Fabius from the Carthaginians in the fifth year of the Second Punic War, B. C. 214. It appears from this passage to have been somewhere in the neighbourhood of Luceria, but its exact site is unknown.[ E. H. B. ]