Boii - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a tribe in Cisalpine Gaul (northern Italy)
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Dolabella defeats the Boii and the Etruscans at Lake Vadimon.
The Romans defeat the Boii and Etruscans in a second battle.
out at Ariminum between the Boii and their allies from Transalpine
Aemilius invades the territory of the Boii.
consuls invade the territory of the Boii and force them to submit.
The Boii defeat the Roman praetor L.Manlius.
C.Ampius, a prefect of Aelius, is defeated and killed by the Boii.
The consuls defeat the Insubres and Boii in separate battles.
Flaccus defeats the Boii near the Litana Forest.
Sempronius fights an indecisive battle against the Boii.
Merula defeats the Boii at Mutina.
L.Flamininus attacks the Boii, and allegedly treats his captives with
Scipio Nasica decisively defeats the Boii.
The triumph of Scipio, over the Boii.
 & War of the Boii and other Cisalpine and Transalpin
of the Balearic Islands Boii A tribe of Gauls, who migrat
B.C. was defeated by the Boii in Etruria and lost a
Tulingi, Latobrigi, Rauraci, and Boii, counting both sexes, amounted
in this region are the Boii, said by Cato to have
the Po, just as the Boii, coming from the tribes across
been destroyed by the Insubres, Boii and Senones on the day
(federated), Carnuteni (federated), Boii, Senones, Aulerci (
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