Cantabri - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a tribe living on the north coast of Spain
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+ Cantabrian , Cantabrians
are cured, equal to the Cantabrian hams.' The comic poet
consuls, Caesar conquered the Cantabri, Germans, and Sala
these consuls, the Astures and Cantabri were conquered by
timately, too, the Cantabrians and Asturians, who, relying
[not in Ar.] A revolt of the Cantabri was suppressed.
as the territory of the Cantabri and the Astures; from this
lands of the Vaccaei and Cantabri. 3 For a period of
army of the Aquitani and Cantabri - fifty thousand of the
when he had brought the Cantabrian War to an end and
away this reward from his Cantabrian victory: he could now order
the nine states of the Cantabri, the river Sauga, the port
In the coastal part of Cantabria washed by the Atlantic there
the neighbouring country of Cantabria has large quantities of
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