Dictionary of Greek and Roman Geography/Atte'gua

ATTE'GUA (Άτέγουα: prob. Teba, between Osüna and Antequera), an inland town in the mountains of Hispania Baetica, in the district of Bastetania and the conventus of Corduba, mentioned in the war between Caesar and the sons of Pompey. (Bell. Hisp. 7, 8, 22; Dion Cass, xliii. 33; Val. Max. ix. 3; Frontin. Strat. iii. 14; Strab. iii. p. 141; Plin. iii 1; Ukert, Geographie, vol. ii. pt. 1. p. 362.) [ P. S. ]