The Autrigonen ( rarely also Autrigonier ) were a Celtic tribe that settled in the north of the Iberian Peninsula before the arrival of the Romans.
Pomponius Mela and Pliny the Elder situating the Autrigonen in the northern part of the present province of Burgos. Pliny the Elder mentioned around the year 77: "among the ten cities autrigonischen tritium Autrigonum and virovesca ( Briviesca ) as the capital of Autrigonier ". Claudius Ptolemy designates as a settled area the space between the rivers Ason and Nervión. Neighboring peoples would thus Karistier and Cantabrians. Strabo mentions in his work Geographica (III, 3.7 ) under the name allotrigones.