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- Bear. Gaulish. An obscure continental Goddess known from inscriptions in Berne and in the south of France. Apparently a Patroness of the Vocontii tribe, and perhaps a counterpart or Aspect of Artio. She may also have a connection with Andrasta....
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- ULTIME OPERAZIONI MILITARI CONTRO I LIGURI IL REGNO DI
- Salluvi, che vengono sconfitti come i più settentrionali Vocontii e le tribù 124 a.C..
- campaign map - Fanaticus
- Leptis. Hippo Regius. Massylii.
- CHAPTER V I IN the last years of life which were left to it, the Celtic
- Cf. primi, with the p dropped.]; Vocontii, the Twenty Clans), [CCCXXIV,.
- slaVIC InfluEnCEs In ThE anCIEnT gaul
- Vocontii - they lived in southern gaul near the Roman border.
- Hannibal's march through the Alps
- of the Vocontii into that of the Tricorii, his march being quite unhindered until he reached the river Durance, which his army forded with considerable difficulty.
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- Vocontii - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Vocontii. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jump to: navigation, search.
- ALA AUGUSTA VOCONTIORUM CIVIUM ROMANORUM
- The August Wing of Vocontii, citizens of Rome.
- VocontiI - NumisWiki, The Collaborative Numismatics Project
- VocontiI. Vocontii, a people of Gallia Narbonensis. The following coins are attributed to them: 1.
- Vocontii (people) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia
- Vocontii, a Celtic tribe of the Gallic province of Narbonensis; its members probably lived in the western foothills of the Alps.
- Vocontii (people) - Britannica Online Encyclopedia
- Vocontii. people. , a Celtic tribe of the Gallic province of Narbonensis; its members probably lived in the western foothills of the Alps.
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