Teutones   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Teutones   - a Germanic tribe
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Wikipedia entry
113/7 The migration of the Cimbri and Teutones, southwards through Gaul
103/8 The Cimbri return from Spain and rejoin the Teutones.
102/6 Omens preceding the attack by the Teutones.
102/9 The Cimbri and Teutones decide to approach Italy by different route
102/15 Q.^Sertorius goes as a spy into the camp of the Teutones.
102/16 The Teutones march towards the Alps.
102/18 The second battle at Aquae Sextiae: Marius destroys the Teutones
102/21 Marius sells off plunder from the Teutones.
101/8 General comments on Marius' defeat of the Cimbri and Teutones.
    Within translations:
CIL_6.41024   he destroyed the army of the Teutones. As consul for
Obseq_38   the Alps, the Cimbri and Teutones cruelly slaughtered the Romans and
Obseq_43   been devastated, and joined the Teutones. A wolf entered the city.
Obseq_44   Cilicia by the Romans. The Teutones were slaughtered by Marius.
Oros_5.16   14 The Teutones and Cimbri, however, passed over
Oros_5.17   City, following the Cimbrian and Teuton War and the fifth consulship
Plut:Mor_202   he fought against the Teutones, in a place where water
Polyaen_8.10.1   hen the Cimbri and Teutones, a people savage in their mann
Polyaen_8.10.2   an engagement with the Teutones and Cimbri, Marius order
ValMax_3.6.6   the Cimbri, and the Teutones, was always accustomed to
ValMax_4.7.3   defeated by the Cimbri and Teutones, Reginus as tribune of the
ValMax_6.9.14   subdued the armies of the Teutones and Cimbri, whose two trophies
ValMax_6.1e.3   The wives of the Teutones besought Marius their conqueror,


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