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CANTABRI
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Definitions

  1. The Cantabri were able at the time to ride horses, as reflected in the fact that some of their cavalry tactics would be used by the Roman army.

Encirclement

  1. It was an important determinate of the conflict's resolution, since it completed the encirclement of the Cantabri begun by the deployed ground troops.

Cantabria

  1. Altamira: The most famous ancient inhabitants of Cantabria were less warlike than the Cantabri, though no less savage.

Roman Army

  1. The Roman army would also copy from the Cantabri the calvalry tactics circulus cantabricus and cantabricus impetus as already mentioned.

Common Defense

  1. However, the Astures later joined with the Cantabri for the common defense.

Cantabri

  1. The Roman army also copied from the Cantabri the cavalry tactics circulus cantabricus and cantabricus impetus as already mentioned. (Web site)
  2. According to what remains from representations on coins and steles, the Cantabri were well skilled in light arms.
  3. The Cantabri were able at the time to ride horses, as reflected in the fact that some of their cavalry tactics would be used by the Roman army.

Categories

  1. Common Defense
  2. Steles
  3. Ride Horses
  4. Roman Army
  5. Politics > Government > Provinces > Cantabria
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