Veneti   - in ancient sources @

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  Veneti   - a tribe living on the north-west coast of Gaul
Wikipedia entry
302/14 gainst the territory of the Veneti, but is routed by the inhabitant
225/3 The Veneti and Cenomani are persuaded by a Roman embassy to support
57/35 The Veneti and other tribes surrender to P.Crassus.
56/19 The Veneti seize some Roman soldiers, who came to demand provisions
56/36 Caesar constructs ships in preparation for an attack on the Veneti
56/40 D.Brutus defeats the Veneti in a naval battle.
56/41 Caesar punishes the Veneti and puts their leaders to death.
    Within translations:
Aelian:NA_17.16   ughing and sowing* the Veneti who live on the shores of
Oros_6.8   among the Andicavi, the Veneti and other neighbours suddenly
Plin:HN_4.107   Lexovii, Veliocasses, Caleti, Veneti, Abrincatui, Ossismi, the
Plin:HN_4.109   number of islands of the Veneti, both those called the Veneticae

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