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Commiuslocked

(fl. 57–50 bc)
  • Malcolm Todd

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Commius (fl. 57–50 bc), king of the Atrebates, was a native of Gallia Belgica, probably of the tribe of the Atrebates, and an agent of Julius Caesar. He is first mentioned in Caesar's narrative of the Gallic wars (iv.21) after the battle on the ...

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