Ambarri

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  амбарры, племя, жившее в Галлии по берегам реки Арар (соврем. Сона)

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  • Ambarri — (a. Geogr.), celtisches Volk im Lugdunensischen Gallien an der Ostseite des Arar, zwischen den Allobrogern u. Äduern (im j. Bresse des Departements Ain) …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • AMBARRI — Galliae Celticae populi Caesar. l. 1. Bell. Gall. c. 11. Necessarii et consanguineierant Aeduorum; Quos quidam opinantur Borbonienses esse. Alii, pro parte Bituricenses, allusione vocabuli. Ambarros enim vel Ambactos dicunt Galli, civitatum… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • Ambarri — The Ambarri were a Gallic people, whom Julius Caesar ( B. G. i. 11) calls close allies and kinsmen of the Aedui. If the reading Aedui Ambarri in the passage referred to is correct, the Ambarri were Aedui. They are not mentioned among the clientes …   Wikipedia

  • Ambarri — Ambarres Carte des peuples gaulois. Les Ambarres (latinisé en Ambarri) étaient un peuple celte localisé dans l’est de la Gaule, dans l’actuel département de l’Ain. Ils sont mentionnés dans les Commentaires sur la Guerre des Gaules de Jules César… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • АМБАРРЫ —    • Ambarri,          галльский народ на Араре, к югу от родственных с ними по происхождению эдуев, к западу от аллоброгов. Caes. b. g. 1, 11. 14 …   Реальный словарь классических древностей

  • Gallic Wars — This article is about the military campaign. For Julius Caesar s writings, see Commentarii de Bello Gallico. Gallic War Vercingetorix Throws Down His Arms at the Feet of Ju …   Wikipedia

  • Arverni — For the hazardous lakes, see Avernus. A map of Gaul in the 1st century BC, showing the relative position of the Arverni tribe …   Wikipedia

  • Menapii — Reconstruction of a Menapian dwelling at Destelbergen. The Menapii were a Belgic tribe of northern Gaul in pre Roman and Roman times. Their territory according to Strabo, Caesar and Ptolemy stretched from the mouth of the Rhine in the north, and… …   Wikipedia

  • Morini — For other uses, see Morini (disambiguation). The Morini were a Belgic tribe in the time of the Roman Empire. We know little about their language but one of their cities, Boulogne sur Mer was called Bononia by Zosimus and Bonen in the Middle Ages …   Wikipedia

  • Ambicatus — or Ambicatus is mentioned in the founding legend of Mediolanum (Milan) by Livy, [Livius, Ab Urbe condita 5.34 35.3.] whose source is Timagenes, as a king of the Bituriges, kings of the world as their name suggests, who ruled over the Celts in… …   Wikipedia

  • Sequani — A portion of the map, Gallia, from Butler s 1907 atlas showing the divisions of the diocese of Gaul in the late Roman Empire.[1] According to the key, the map depicts 17 Provinciae Galliae, Provinces of Gaul, of which the 17th, [Provincia] Maxima …   Wikipedia

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