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Bagaudae , ārum, m.,
I.a class of peasants in Gaul, who rebelled under the emperor Diocletian, and were finally conquered by Maximian, Aur. Vict. Caes. 39; Eutr. 9, 20.—Hence, Bagaudĭca rebellio, rebellion of the peasants, Eum. pro Restaur. Schol. 4.
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