Morini   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Morini   - a tribe living on the northern coast of Gaul
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Wikipedia entry
56/44 Caesar attacks the Morini and Menapii, but they avoid battle until
55/38 Caesar makes a punitive raid against the Morini and Menapii.
Oros_1.2.70   from the land of the Morini in the south. 77 This
Oros_3.20   8 The Spaniards and Morini voluntarily went to Babylon to
Oros_6.7   had ten thousand; the Morini, twenty-five thousand; the Menapii,
Oros_6.8   Lexovii, Namnetes, Ambivariti, Morini, Diablintes, and Menapii,
Oros_6.9   to the territories of the Morini where is to be found
Plin:HN_4.102   on the coast of the Morini tribe by the shortest passage
Plin:HN_4.106   and then the Menapii, the Morini, adjacent to Marsaci on the
Plin:HN_4.122   to the harbour of the Morini, the port on the British


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