See also: astur and ástur

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EtymologyEdit

Of Celtic, possibly Celtiberian origin. The name could ultimately be related to the Phoenician goddess Astarte.

NounEdit

Astur (plural Asturs or Astures)

  1. A member of a tribe in northern Spain until the first century BC.

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  • Koch, John (2013): Tartessian: Celtic in the South-west at the Dawn of History, p. 54 & 151
  • Silius Italicus, Punica, III, 325.
  • Martino, Roma contra Cantabros y Astures – Nueva lectura de las fuentes, p. 18

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