Gunugus or Gunugu (Punic: 𐤂𐤍𐤂𐤍, gngn) was a Berber and Carthaginian town in northwest Africa in antiquity. It passed into Roman control during the Punic Wars and was the site of a colony of veteran soldiers. It survived the Vandals and Byzantines but was destroyed during the Muslim invasion of the area.
The town was also the seat of an ancient Roman Catholic bishopric. The only known bishop of this diocese is Ausilius, who took part in the synod assembled in Carthage in 484 by the Vandal King Huneric, after which Ausilius was exiled. Today Gunugo Diocese survives as a titular bishopric of the Roman Catholic Church and the current bishop is Sylvester David, of Cape Town.
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