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1 Gauls of Tylis Frank W. Walbank, Polybius, Rome and the Hellenistic World: Essays and Reflections, 4218
2 Iceni (East Anglia) - under Boudica, they rebelled against Roman rule 526
3 Celtiberians - Central Iberian meseta (Spain). 461
4 Belgae <small>(included tribes who may have spoken Germanic or a mix of Gaulish/Germanic)</small> 403
5 Brigantes (also present in Britain) 382
6 Helvetii - La Tène 356
7 Boii - Boui near Entrain 272
8 Lusitanians - Portugal south of the Douro River and Extremadura (Spain); usually considered Pre-Celtic. 265
9 The Cruthin 234
10 Silures (Gwent, Wales) - resisted the Romans in present-day south Wales 201
11 Catuvellauni (Hertfordshire) - Belgic tribe, neighbours of the Iceni, they joined in their rebellion 200
12 Trinovantes (Essex) - neighbours of the Iceni, likely a Belgic tribe, they joined in their rebellion 184
13 The Ulaid 179
14 Arverni - Gergovia 141
15 Dumnonii (Devon, Cornwall, Somerset) 125
16 Ordovices (Gwynedd, Wales) - they waged guerrilla warfare from the north Wales hills 124
17 Atrebates - Arras 123
18 Iverni/Uterni 119
19 The Connachta 112
20 Aquitani - Bordeaux 111
21 Aedui - Bibracte 108
22 Senones - Sens 106
23 Votadini (north-east England and south-east Scotland) - they later formed Gododdin 104
24 Celtici - Alentejo and Algarve (Portugal). 102
25 Osraige 102
26 Remi - Reims 101
27 Bastarnae, Celtic or Germanic, and according to Livy "the bravest nation on earth" 99
28 Scordisci 97
29 Treveri - Trier 97
30 Deceangli (Flintshire, Wales) 91
31 Cornovii (Midlands) 90
32 Parisii (East Riding of Yorkshire and Humberside) 87
33 Corieltauvi (East Midlands including Leicester) 87
34 Veneti - Vannes 86
35 Cynetes or Conii - Algarve and Low Alentejo (Portugal); originally probably Tartessians or similar, later celtized by the Celtici [link]. 83
36 Allobroges - Vienne 82
37 Sequani - Besançon 81
38 The Laigin 80
39 Nervii - Bavay 78
40 Insubres - Western Lombardy (Milan) 74
41 Damnonii (Southwestern Scotland) 70
42 Menapii - Cassel 65
43 Dobunni (Cotswolds and Severn valley) 65
44 Demetae (Dyfed, Wales) 64
45 Durotriges (Dorset, south Somerset, south Wiltshire) 63
46 Bituriges - Bourges 61
47 Cantabri - Cantabria, part of Asturias and part of Castile-Leon (Spain); some consider them not Celtic or Pre-Celtic [link]. 56
48 Salassi - Aosta Valley and Canavese (Northern Piedmont) (Ivrea) 55
49 Parisii - Paris 54
50 Lugii - possibly Germanic; areas of modern Poland 53
51 Morini - Boulogne-sur-Mer 52
52 Tungri - Tongeren 51
53 Carnutes - Chartres 51
54 Cenomani - Le Mans 49
55 Cantiaci (present-day Kent which preserves the ancient tribal name) 48
56 Cornovii (Cornish) 47
57 Lingones - North-eastern Emilia-Romagna (Ferrara), Po Valley 47
58 Soghain 47
59 Regnenses (Hampshire) 45
60 Serdi 43
61 Attacotti (origin uncertain) 43
62 Carvetii (Cumberland) 43
63 Novantae (Galloway and Carrick) 39
64 Cotini - areas of modern Slovakia 37
65 Ambiani - Amiens 37
66 Selgovae (Dumfriesshire and the Stewartry of Kirkcudbright) 36
67 Cornacates 35
68 Venicones (Fife and south-west Tayside in Scotland) 34
69 Autrigones - east Burgos (Spain). 34
70 Vettones - Ávila and Salamanca (Spain). 33
71 Smertae (central Sutherland) 32
72 Pictones - Poitiers 32
73 Taurini - Piedmont (Turin) 32
74 Lugi (southern Sutherland) 31
75 Bellovaci - Beauvais 31
76 Leuci 31
77 Vellavi - Ruessium 31
78 Epidii (Kintyre and neighboring islands) 30
79 Veliocasses - Rouen 30
80 Vacomagi (in and around the Cairngorms) 28
81 Suessiones - Soissons 28
82 Santones - Saintes 28
83 Vaccaei - Central Iberian meseta (Spain). 28
84 Cassi (probably south-east England) 28
85 Corcu Duibne 28
86 Cornovii (Caithness) 28
87 Fir Domnann (not to be confused with the Dumnonii and Damnonii of Britain) 27
88 Creones (Argyll) 27
89 Lepontii - Northern Lombardy, North-eastern Piedmont and Switzerland in the Lepontine Alps 26
90 Orobii or Orumbovii - Central Lombardy (Bergamo) 26
91 Darini 26
92 Caereni (far western Highlands) 25
93 Delbhna 25
94 Turones - Tours 24
95 Vocontii - Vaison-la-Romaine 24
96 Gangani (LlÅ·n Peninsula, Wales) 24
97 Bracari - Braga (Portugal). 24
98 Tapoli - River Tagus, around the border area of Portugal and Spain. 24
99 Setantii (Lancashire) 23
100 Turduli - Guadiana valley (Portugal) and Extremadura (Spain). 23
101 Viromandui - Noyon 23
102 Berones - La Rioja (Spain). 23
103 Armoricani 23
104 Taexali (Angus and Grampian) 23
105 Hercuniates 22
106 Equaesi - Minho and Trás-os-Montes (Portugal). 21
107 Eravisci 21
108 Tigurini - Yverdon 21
109 Vangiones - Worms 20
110 Viducasses - Vieux 20
111 Coelerni - Braga (Portugal and Ourense (Spain). 20
112 Decantae or Ducantae (eastern Ross and Black Isle) 20
113 Cenomani - Eastern Lombardy (Brixia, Cremona) 19
114 Segusini (or Cottii) - Western Piedmont on Cottian Alps (Susa) 19
115 Muintir Murchada 19
116 Seurbi - Minho (Portugal). 18
117 Albiones - western Asturias (Spain). 18
118 Caturiges - Chorges 18
119 Turmodigi or Turmogi- Central Burgos. 18
120 Varciani 18
121 Gamanraige 17
122 Ancalites (Hampshire and Wiltshire) 17
123 Turduli Veteres - Douro (Portugal). 17
124 Turdulorum Oppida - Estremadura (Portugal). 17
125 Ruteni - Rodez 17
126 Mairtine 16
127 Mediomatrici - Metz 16
128 Nemetati - Minho (Portugal). 16
129 Lusones - Guadalajara (Spain). 15
130 Dartraighe/Dartraige 15
131 Belgites 15
132 Fir Ol nEchmacht 15
133 Carnonacae (western Highlands) 15
134 Curiosolitae - Corseul 15
135 Serretes 15
136 Tolistobogii, in Galatia 14
137 Baiocasses - Bayeux 14
138 Caleti 14
139 Ceutrones - Moûtiers 14
140 Carpetani - Central Iberian meseta (Spain). 14
141 Redones - Rennes 14
142 Segontiaci (probably south-east England) 14
143 Leuni - Minho (Portugal). 14
144 The Deirgtine 14
145 Delbhna Nuadat 14
146 Oretani - La Mancha, eastern Andalusia and Múrcia (Spain); Some consider them not Celtic [link]. 14
147 Medulli - Vienne 14
148 Nagnatae/Nagnate 14
149 Namnetes - Nantes 13
150 Delbhna Tir Dha Locha 13
151 Bletonesii - Salamanca (Spain). 13
152 Unelli - Coutances 13
153 Erdini/Erperditani 12
154 Tuatha Taiden 12
155 Bibroci (Berkshire) 12
156 Narbasi -Minho (Portugal) and Galicia (Spain). 12
157 Turodi - Trás-os-Montes (Portugal) and Galicia (Spain). 12
158 Celegeri 12
159 Grovii - Minho (Portugal) and Galicia (Spain). 12
160 Zoelae - Trás-os-Montes (Portugal). 12
161 Tulingi - possibly Germanic; localisation unclear, possibly Southern Germany, Switzerland or Austria 11
162 Coriondi 11
163 Luanqui - Trás-os-Montes (Portugal). 11
164 Vertamocorii - Eastern Piedmont (Novara) 11
165 Lexovii - Lisieux 10
166 Cauci 10
167 Fir Craibe 9
168 Interamici - Trás-os-Montes (Portugal). 9
169 Arabiates 9
170 Limici - Minho (Portugal) and Galicia (Spain). 9
171 Volunti 8
172 Quaquerni - Minho (Portugal). 8
173 Robogdii 8
174 Tricornenses 8
175 Dubthaigh 8
176 Uí Dúnlainge 7
177 Tamagani - Chaves (Portugal). 7
178 Calraige 7
179 Latobici, J. J. Wilkes, The Illyrians, 1992, ISBN 0631198075, p. 81: "In Roman Pannonia the Latobici and Varciani who dwelt east of the Venetic Catari in the upper Sava valley were Celtic but the Colapiani of ..."</ref> 7
180 Latobrigi - localisation unlcear, possibly Southern Germany or Austria near the Upper Rhine 7
181 Serrapilli 7
182 Eóganachta 6
183 Dál Fiatach 6
184 Corcu Loígde 6
185 Paesuri - Douro and Vouga (Portugal). 6
186 Graioceli - Northwestern Piedmont in the Graian Alps 6

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