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- The Cimbri, who had advanced into the Po Valley, were eventually defeated on the Raudine plain, near Vercellae, by the combined armies of Catulus and Gaius Marius.
- The presence of Germanic-speaking communities in Italy was discovered in the 14th century by the Italian humanists, who associated them with the Cimbri who arrived in the region in the 2nd century BC.
- Lugius was a co-leader of the Cimbri tribe during the Cimbrian War, in which the Cimbri won a spectacular victory against the Romans at the Battle of Arausio in 105 BC.
- He served Marius as a legate (104-102 BC) during Marius's campaign against the Cimbri and Teutones in Gaul.
- According to Caesar, the Atuatuci descended from some 6,000 wandering Cimbri and Teutoni who had stayed behind in the north when the two peoples invaded Gaul in the 2nd century BC.
- The Harudes (in the graecized form "Charydes") are next mentioned in the "Res Gestae Divi Augusti", in which Augustus claims that his fleet had "sailed from the mouth of the Rhine eastward as far as the lands of the Cimbri to which, up to that time, no Roman had ever penetrated either by land or by sea, and the Cimbri and Charydes and Semnones and other peoples of the Germans of that same region (Cimbrian peninsula) through their envoys sought my friendship and that of the Roman people".
- Because of the similarity of the names, the Cimbri have been at times associated with Cymry, the Welsh name for themselves.
- The west coast of Jutland is home to the "Sigulônes", the "Sabaliggio", the "Kobandoi", the "Eundusioi" and the northernmost "Kimbroi" (possibly Cimbri).
- In the year 120 B.C., teutons inhabited the area, but left in a large exodus, together with the Cimbri, towards the south, where they encountered the Romans.
- Like the Cimbri, and like their neighbours across the Rhine, the Eburones, many names of Sicambrian leaders end in typical Celtic suffixes like -rix (Baetorix, Deudorix, etc.).
- This surname originally referred to one of the Cimbri, an Gaulish or Germanic people who fought against the Romans in Gaul and Spain at the end of the second century BC.
- Shield-maidens are often mentioned in sagas such as "Hervarar saga ok Heiðreks" and in "Gesta Danorum". They also appear in stories of other Germanic peoples: Goths, Cimbri, and Marcomanni.
- From this it has been conjectured that the cult of Mercurius Cimbrianus was established in the Odenwald by some detachments of such Cimbri.
- During the same year, the Romans pushed even further north, reaching the Cimbri.
- Claodicus was a co-leader of the Cimbri tribe during the Cimbrian War, in which the Cimbri won a spectacular victory against the Romans at the Battle of Arausio in 105 BC.
- Caesorix was a co-leader of the Cimbri tribe during the Cimbrian War, in which the Cimbri won a spectacular victory against the Romans at the Battle of Arausio in 105 BC.
- In 105 BC he went as a senior legate with the consul Gnaeus Mallius Maximus to Gaul to battle the Cimbric invasion.
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