The Asciburgius mons or Askibourgion oros is a mountain of greater Germany mentioned by the ancient geographer, Ptolemy, of unknown location today. Ptolemy does give us enough information to speculate where the mountain probably is, saying it was between the Elbe river and the Oder river or in other words, the Riesengebirge range.
- MacBean; Alexander MacBean; Samuel Johnson (1773). A dictionary of ancient geography: explaining the local appellations in sacred, Grecian, and Roman history; exhibiting the extent of kingdoms, and situations of cities, &c. And illustrating the allusions and epithets in the Greek and Roman poets... New York Public Library: G. Robinson.
- Anthon, Charles (1855). A system of ancient and mediæval geography for the use of schools and colleges. Harper & brothers. p. 218.