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An ancient Roman province that included present-day eastern Switzerland and western Austria. It was added to the Roman Empire during the reign of Augustus.

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The classical definition for the Rhaetian, founded on the Koessen beds, does not to define a Norian-Rhaetian boundary.
A plesiosaur from the Linksfield erratic (Rhaetian, Upper Triassic
Rhaetian magneto-biostratigraphy from the Southern Alps (Italy
Short duration vs. long duration options for the Rhaetian, the youngest stage of the Triassic.
Late Triassic (Rhaetian) conodonts and ichthyoliths from Chile
of the Rhaetian Punta del Viento Limestone. Formation. These specimens indicate a Rhaetian (Epigondolella mosheri conodont.

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See Raetians for the Alpine people of antiquity. See Romansh language for the Rhaetian language.
Minority Rights Group International : Switzerland : Rhaetians
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Rhaetians definition of Rhaetians in the Free Online Encyclopedia.
(also Raetians), ancient Alpine tribes conquered by the Romans in 15 B.C. The origin of the Rhaetians has not been positively established.
Rhaetian - definition of Rhaetian by the Free Online Dictionary
South Tyrol/Südtirol - Ötzi, Rhaetians, Romans

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