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CASSI

Eth. CASSI in Britain. The name of a population sufficiently eastward to be mentioned by Caesar (Caes. Gal. 5.21); indeed, Cassi-velaunus was their king, and the Oppidum Cassi-velauni (Caes. l.c.) was a stockaded village, probably, in the present Hundred of Cassio-bury.

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