Described in Pol. 3,14,1 (cf. Liv. 21,5,6) as a city of the Vaccaei (in the provinces of Segovia and Salamanca) [1. 98]. Further references in . Its location is unknown: Toro and Alba de Tormes are considered as possibilities [1. 323]. In 220 BC, after putting up a strong resistance, the city had to surrender to Hannibal.
1 Tovar 3, 1989
2 E. Hübner, s. v. A., RE 2,1, 420-421.
R. Martin Valls, G. Delibes de Castro, Toro ciudad celtibérica, in: Boletín del Seminario de Estudios de Arte y Arqueologia 43, 1977, 306 ff.