Insubres   - in ancient sources @

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  Insubres   - a tribe in Cisalpine Gaul
Wikipedia entry
  + Insubrian
224/14 The consuls cross the river Po and defeat the Insubres.
223/2 river Po, but their initial attack on the Insubres is unsuccessful.
223/9 Flaminius defeats the Insubres.
222/2 Flaminius celebrates a triumph for his victory over the Insubres.
222/22 captures Mediolanum, the capital of the Insubres, and other cities.
222/25 The Insubres surrender to the Romans; the end of the Gallic War.
221/2 riumph of Marcellus over the Insubres and Germans, in which he carrie
199/13 The Insubres defeat a Roman army under Cn.Baebius.
197/14 Cethegus defeats the Insubres and Cenomani near the river Mincius.
196/9 The consuls defeat the Insubres and Boii in separate battles.
196/18 The triumph of Marcellus, over the Insubres.
    Within translations:
Cic:Fam_15.16 mind you that Catius the Insubrian, an Epicurean, who died
DioCass_fr.50 milius on conquering the Insubres celebrated a triumph,
FastTr__I orthern Illyricum. Insubres A tribe of Gauls, who migrated
FastTr_p101 proconsul, & over the Insubrian Gauls and the Germans,
FastTr_p102 Marcellus, consul, & over the Insubrian Gauls, 4 non.Mart
Hieron:Chron_king birth he was an Insubrian Gaul (some say that he came

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