Morini - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a tribe living on the northern coast of Gaul
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Caesar attacks the Morini and Menapii, but they avoid battle until
Caesar makes a punitive raid against the Morini and Menapii.
from the land of the Morini in the south. 77 This
8 The Spaniards and Morini voluntarily went to Babylon to
had ten thousand; the Morini, twenty-five thousand; the Menapii,
Lexovii, Namnetes, Ambivariti, Morini, Diablintes, and Menapii,
to the territories of the Morini where is to be found
on the coast of the Morini tribe by the shortest passage
and then the Menapii, the Morini, adjacent to Marsaci on the
to the harbour of the Morini, the port on the British
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