Segovia (Σεγουβία, Ptol. ii. 6. § 56) was an ancient city of the Roman province of Hispania Baetica, on the river Silicense (probably the modern Guadajoz. (Hirt. B. A. 57.) Its current location is in the neighborhood of Sacili or the modern Pedro Abad, Córdoba, Spain.
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- Quintus Sertorius and the Legacy of Sulla, P. Spann p110