Arverni - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a powerful tribe living in the centre of southern Gaul
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ximus defeats Bituitus, the king of the Arverni, by the river Isara.
The triumph of Cn.Domitius, over the Arverni.
gentorix, a chieftain of the Arverni, instigates a major rebellion
spite the wintery weather, and invades the territory of the Arverni.
into the territory of the Arverni, and captures a hill near their
The Aedui and Arverni submit to Caesar, and he prepares to spend the
hronica.  [STEPHANUS Byz.] Arverni, a very warlike tri
lia, in S.E. Italy Arverni A tribe in Aquitania, southern
oges and Bituitus, king of the Arverni, 10 k.[... ] 
1891] [not in Ar.] Arverni, one of the principal cities
encountered Bituitus, king of the Arverni, a people of the Gallic
5 The Arverni and other neighbours - even
(free), then the Lemovices, Arverni (free), Gabales, and again,
tribes of the Allobroges and Arverni on the river Isara, on
in the community of the Arverni in Gaul; it took him
making the statue for the Arverni, when the governor of the
with Bituitus, king of the Arverni, because he had persuaded both
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