“De *mons acutus al castillo de Cote (hisn Aqūt)”, Archivo Hispalense, 239 (1995), 11-27

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The castle of Cot had been called hisn Aqût in the Arabic texts from the 9th to the 13th century. This name comes clearly from Latin acutus ('acute'), and refers to the conical form of the mount, in contrast with the flat mount of the contiguous mountain range of Montellano. Acut was fixed as a toponym, referring to the castle built at its peak by the surrounding population, hisn Aqût, a name that the Castilians interpreted as izna Cot or  'castle Cot '.
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