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Gaetulia (or Getulia)

Fishburn and Hughes: "A country of North Africa extending from the Atlas Mountains to the Atlantic coast. In the second century BC the people of Gaetulia joined Jugurtha (d.104 BC), king of Numidia, in his resistance to Rome. After the Mauretanians became Roman subjects in AD 40, the Romans made frequent sorties in Gaetulia. There was no proconsul in Gaetulia (the region was not entirely subordinated), yet the Gaetulians served in the auxiliary forces of the Roman Empire. The Inmortal." (75)