Menapii - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a tribe in Gaul, living close to the mouth of the river Rhine
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aesar attacks the Morini and Menapii, but they avoid battle until the
Tencteri, cross the Rhine and invade the territory of the Menapii.
Caesar makes a punitive raid against the Morini and Menapii.
directly the territories of the Menapi and Batavi, which are located
twenty-five thousand; the Menapii, nine thousand; the
Morini, Diablintes, and Menapii, and they summoned
made an attack upon the Menapii, who appeared to be well
several names, and then the Menapii, the Morini, adjacent to Marsaci
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