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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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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.
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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