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PTOLEMY
TRIBES
MACEDONIAN ARMY
ANCIENT PEOPLE
ROMAN CONTROL
POPE LEO
RIVER VISTULA
POMERANIAN
POLAND
REGION
DIFFERENT NAME
ANCIENT MACEDONIANS
MACEDONIANS
WHOLE NATION
GERMANI
ROMANS
SLAVS
ARMORICA
CAESAR
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VENETI
Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Veneti"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. Veneti are not modern Slavs but our ancient ancestors. (Web site)
  2. The Veneti are neither Celts, nor Goths, Scythes, Germans, Scandinavians, Greeks, Phoenicians or any other but an independent historic community. (Web site)
  3. The Veneti were also mentioned in Caesar's book where he gives an account of the conquest of Gaul. (Web site)
  4. The Veneti are believed to have been originally a centum Indo-European people dwelling in the area of contemporary Poland. (Web site)
  5. The Veneti were a powerful tribe who made most of their camps along the coasts in impressive cliff castles and were great sailors. (Web site)

Ptolemy

  1. Of the Baltic tribes may had written Pliny the Elder and Ptolemy when they spoke of the Veneti, Venedi or Venedai people.

Tribes

  1. Before long, the Veneti were completely defeated, and like many tribes before them, sold into slavery. (Web site)

Macedonian Army

  1. It is important to note that Alexander's biographer Quintus Curtius Rufus also wrote that the Veneti were a part of the Macedonian army. (Web site)

Ancient People

  1. To the north-east: The Veneti were an ancient people who inhabited north-eastern Italy, in an area corresponding to the modern-day region of the Veneto.

Roman Control

  1. It gives the impression that the Veneti settled later or that Roman control of Venetia dates to the Late Latin Period. (Web site)

Pope Leo

  1. Pope Leo himself came to meet him in the Ambuleian district of the Veneti at the well-travelled ford of the river Mincius. (Web site)

River Vistula

  1. Pliny the Elder and Ptolemy mention a tribe of the Veneti around the river Vistula.

Pomeranian

  1. The Pomorian [Pomeranian] Veneti had constant wars with Germans and the latter won the victory over them and destroyed their Slavic towns. (Web site)

Poland

  1. Polish archaeologist Jerzy Okulicz has interpreted Veneti as the possible bearers of the Pomeranian culture, an Iron Age archaeological culture in Poland. (Web site)
  2. Besides the Baltic Veneti (see Poland in Antiquity article), ancient and medieval authors speak of the East European, or Slavic Venethi.

Region

  1. In the sixth century BC the region of Veneto was occupied by the Euganei and the Veneti. (Web site)

Different Name

  1. Others take the word to be only a different name for the Ambiani; they join in a confederacy with the Veneti against Caesar, G. iii.

Ancient Macedonians

  1. What this means actually is that Philotas equated the ancient Macedonians and the Veneti, and this happened before IV BC. (Web site)

Macedonians

  1. The Macedonians were never Hellenized and thus retained their Slav language and culture from the time of the Veneti.

Whole Nation

  1. The place where they disembarked was called Troy, and the name was extended to the surrounding district; the whole nation were called Veneti. (Web site)

Germani

  1. As for the nations of the Peucini, Veneti, and Fenni, I am unsure whether I should assign them to the Germani or the Sarmatians.

Romans

  1. The Veneti, because of their great experience as sailors, exercise great advantage over the Romans in naval battle.

Slavs

  1. Also, the Veneti, who seem to have been assimilated by both Slavic and Germanic peoples (see Relation between Veneti and Slavs) were found exactly here.
  2. The German historian Jordanes (VI AD) wrote that Veneti and Slavs are the same people.

Armorica

  1. Reaching the Channel coast the Romans attacked the Veneti of Armorica. (Web site)

Caesar

  1. As a punishment for their treachery, Caesar put to death the senate of the Veneti and sold their people into slavery. (Web site)
  2. All the tribes in the northwestern part of Gaul (Brittany) except the VENETI had given hostages to Crassus, son of the Triumvir, and lieutenant of Caesar.
  3. Decimus Brutus, the young future assassin of Caesar, was sent north to modern day Brittany to build a fleet amongst the Veneti.

Gallic Wars

  1. He was a legate in Caesar's army during the Gallic wars and was given the command of the fleet in the war against the Veneti. (Web site)

Veneti

  1. Venetia derives its name from the Veneti, a people who settled the region c.1000 B.C. and who came under Roman rule in the 2d cent.
  2. They were most likely a people derived from the Celts, but they have much in common with other European cultures, such as the Illyrians and the Veneti.
  3. The conquest of Armorica was completed when Caesar defeated the Veneti in a naval battle, while young Crassus conquered the Aquitani of the south-west.

Categories

  1. Gallic Wars
  2. Decimus Brutus
  3. Hostages
  4. Age > People > Celts > Brittany
  5. Pope Leo
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