The Segontiaci tribe were a sub-sect of the Ordovices, and have lent their name to the nearby Roman fort and minor settlement of Segontium in Caernarfon North Wales.. There is mention of a Segontiaci tribe in Southern England in the memoirs of Julius Caesar, in the mid first century BC.
'Bhaltair watched my trembling hands. "You must finish it, woman." The knife weighed heavy in my sweaty grasp. "Why is it so important I do this?" I looked up from the stag's twitching body, sick and afraid. "Because," he said quietly, pointing to the antlers, "They will become your crown."'