The Cerretani or Ceretani were ancient pre-Roman people of the Iberian Peninsula who occupied what became the modern-day Cerdanya, in the valley Segre and part of Aragon. Their neighbours from the east were Ausetani and from the south Ilergetes. Their capital was Julia libyca, modern Llívia.[1] They are noted in Greek and Roman geographical treatises.[2]


  1. "Spain", Encyclopaedia Britannica (5 ed.), 1815, p. 492
  2. Peter Sahlins (1989), Boundaries: The Making of France and Spain in the Pyrenees, University of California Press, pp. 44–45, 61–62