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Definition: In 54 B.C. the Eburones, a Germanic tribe in the area now known as Belgium, revolted from Rome.

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Roymans, N. 2004. Ethnic identity and imperial power. The
Book 5: Latin & English Synopsis of 1-23: 24. Subductis navibus
A new study of the Batavians
bly the Eburones, whom Roymans characterizes as a rather loose tribal 31 that were originally ascribed to the Eburones and then shifted by C. C.
Antonio Monge Vega Universidad de Navarra
jefe de los Eburones, se ha. , se ha suicidado tomando extracto del tejo suicidado tomando extracto del tejo”. (Taxus baccata).
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Helft van de Belgen vindt nazisme "interessant"
De Nervii en Eburones (stammen der Belgae) voelden zich, volgens de geschriften van Tacitus en Caesar, meer verwant aan de Germanen dan aan de Galliers. Ze trokken dan later ook op met de Germanen, nadat Caesar de Galliers (behalve dan Asterix cs.

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Eburones - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Eburones surprise the Romans
the Eburones revolted against the Romans.
Eburones - Germanic Tribe in Belgium
The Eburones, a Germanic tribe in the area now known as Belgium that Caesar faced, revolted from Rome under the leadership of Ambiorix.
Cativolcus, king of the Eburones, d.53 B.C.
Mar 26, 2009 Cativolcus (d.53 B.C.
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