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The Eburones were a people who lived in the northeast of Gaul, in what is now the southern Netherlands, eastern Belgium, and the German Rhineland, in the ...

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ubii eburones baetasii frisiavones cugerni paemani - Stilus
AP Latin
6.34 The Eburones are scattered over a very wide area, so the Romans cannot just attack ... 6.
Plants of death - Ville de Genève
the deadly toxicity of its seed. e Eburones (from parts of modern Belgium) are the people of the yew which they cultivated for making incomparable archery bows.
PDF file (172 KB) - PalArch
information about the gold triskeles coinages of the Eburones and the Lower Rhine triquetrum coinages which were associated with the formation of the ...
Évora: Origem e Evolução de uma Cidade Medieval - Universidade
Alguns autores atribuem a fundação desta cidade aos Eburones (antigos povos de ... os Eburones – terá ocupado a área hoje correspondente à Andaluzia, ...

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Who is the greatest Belgian?
Known worldwide for its food and drink delicacies, Belgium is also home to a string of famous personalities from modern and ancient history. We look at the 10 finalists vying for the prize to become the greatest Belgian.
Celtic Hoard Found in Netherlands
13 an important find of 109 Celtic coins of the Eburones tribe found in the Netherlands was announced through the Associated Press. According to AP information, this is one of three important hoard finds of coins issued by this tribe.
Omnivore's Delight
The first thing you are meant to see when you arrive in Tongeren, which bills itself as the oldest town in Belgium, is a statue of Ambiorix, the leader of the Eburones, the hometown tribe that defeated the Romans circa 55 B.C.
Hobbyist Discovers Ancient Coins In Cornfield
Nico Roymans, the archaeologist who headed the academic research over the find, supposes the gold coins in the collection were minted by the Eburones tribe that Caesar asserted he eliminated in 53 B.C. after they schemed with other tribes in an assault ...
Einblicke in die Antike in Nettersheim: „Römer“ und „Eburonen“ beziehen Lager
Historisch fundiert und nach intensivem Quellenstudium leben sie das Dasein unserer Vorfahren nach, um so Informationen über das Leben im antiken Zeitalter zu sammeln und weiterzuverbreiten. Daher sind die „Legio XV Primigenia“ und „Tribus Eburones“ ...

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Eburones - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Eburones were a people who lived in the northeast of Gaul, in what is now the southern Netherlands, eastern Belgium, and the German Rhineland, in the ...
Ambiorix's revolt - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ambiorix's revolt was an episode during the Gallic Wars between 54 and 53 BC in which the Eburones tribe, under its leader, Ambiorix, rebelled against the ...
Eburones - Livius
Aug 7, 2015 Eburones: ancient tribe, probably living in the area of Tongeren, Maastricht, and Aix-la-Chapelle. They were massacred by Julius Caesar.
Ambiorix - Livius
Jul 28, 2015 Ambiorix: leader of the Eburones, a Belgian tribe. In the winter of 54/53 BCE, he destroyed of one of the legions of Julius Caesar, which ...
Kingdoms of the Continental Celts - Eburones - The History Files
The Condrusi and Eburones, and quite possibly the Caerosi too, were subjects of the more powerful Treveri. All three of them, along with the Paemani, were ...

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