Insubres - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a tribe in Cisalpine Gaul
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The consuls cross the river Po and defeat the Insubres.
river Po, but their initial attack on the Insubres is unsuccessful.
Flaminius defeats the Insubres.
Flaminius celebrates a triumph for his victory over the Insubres.
captures Mediolanum, the capital of the Insubres, and other cities.
The Insubres surrender to the Romans; the end of the Gallic War.
riumph of Marcellus over the Insubres and Germans, in which he carrie
The Insubres defeat a Roman army under Cn.Baebius.
Cethegus defeats the Insubres and Cenomani near the river Mincius.
The consuls defeat the Insubres and Boii in separate battles.
The triumph of Marcellus, over the Insubres.
mind you that Catius the Insubrian, an Epicurean, who died
milius on conquering the Insubres celebrated a triumph,
orthern Illyricum. Insubres A tribe of Gauls, who migrated
proconsul, & over the Insubrian Gauls and the Germans,
Marcellus, consul, & over the Insubrian Gauls, 4 non.Mart
birth he was an Insubrian Gaul (some say that he came
the many towns of the Insubres that he forced to surrender,
At the same time the Insubres, the Boii, and the Cenomani
Laus Pompeia and the Insubres Mediolanum. According to Cato,
have been destroyed by the Insubres, Boii and Senones on the
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