Cimbri


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Cimbri

(ˈsɪmbriː; ˈkɪm-)
pl n
(Peoples) a Germanic people from N Jutland who migrated southwards in the 2nd century bc: annihilated by Marius in the Po valley (101 bc)
Cimbrian n, adj
ˈCimbric adj
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Chief executive, Carlo Cimbri, said, 'The stake in Generali was sold during the first days of December to comply with commitments made to the antitrust (authority).
Altri nuclei tedescofoni formati per migrazioni fra XI e XIV secolo sono: Mocheni, in provincia di Trento; Cimbri, nelle provincie di Verona e Vicenza; Walser tra il Piemonte e la Valle d'Aosta; altri gruppi si trovano in piccoli comuni delle provincie di Belluno e Udine.
The Cimbri had crossed the Pyrenees soon after they had defeated the Romans at Arausio in the summer of 105 and did not return to Gaul until probably the spring of 102.
Three thousand years ago the Celts came to dominate the north of the continent: many a book has been written on Celtic history and influences, but Angus Konstam's HISTORICAL ATLAS OF THE CELTIC WORLD differs from most in including discussion of Celtic influences which remain to influence the modern world, and in adding a wealth of color illustration on every page to enhance such topics as the roots of Celtic art, the Cimbri migration, bog people and more.
Marius' stock with the Roman people rose still further during the war with the Cimbri and Teutoni, two ferocious German tribes that invaded Gaul in 109 B.
If there is no suitable equivalent, mentions of culturally specific details are maintained and, if necessary, appropriately glossed: "They were written by one of the most important journalists in Italy: Giorgio Bocca" (3); ''I imagine these Cimbri like in the French comic strip Asterix.
Henceforth during the republican period the benevolent dea Mens was especially invoked when Rome was under dire threat of imminent barbarian invasion, as, for example, at the time of the invasion of Cimbri and Theutoni in 107 B.
100 BC) and its possible route to Denmark (via the Cimbri, who had received it as a token of alliance from the Scordisi?