||It has been suggested that this article be merged with Albioni. (Discuss) Proposed since October 2014.|
The Albiones were a Pre-Roman Celtic tribe of the Iberian Peninsula living the north coast of modern Spain in western Asturias, probably belonging to the Gallaeci and Astur group, and mentioned by Pliny. They are generally included in maps of Roman Spain.
The name Albiones is also attested on the "stele of Nicer Clutosi" found near Vegadeo, which has the inscription:
- ☧ NICER CLUTOSI (filius) C(astello) CARIACA PRINCIPIS ALBIONUM AN(norum) LXXV HI(c) S(itus) EST, which can be translated as " Nicer, [son] of Clutoso of the castle of Cariaca, [of the house] of the prince of the Albiones, [died aged] 75 years, lies here." 
This same area was settled by a group of Britons in the post-Roman period, from whom the region took the name Britonia or Bretoña, mentioned in ecclesiastical sources as Britonensis ecclesia ("British church") and an episcopal see called the sedes Britonarum - see the History of Galicia.
- Pliny. "Narural History Book 4". University of Chicago. Retrieved 7 June 2011.
- Tabula Imperii Romani K-29, Porto: Conimbriga, Bracara, Lucus, Asturica, (Madrid, 1991) 20-21; Richard J.A. Talbert (ed.), Barrington Atlas of the Greek and Roman World, map 24, E1.
- L'Année épigraphique (1946), 121.