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TRINOBANTES

Eth. TRINOBANTES (called by Ptolemy Τρινόαντες. 2.3.22), a people on the E. coast of Britannia Romana, situated N. of London and the Thames, in Essex and the southern parts of Suffolk, whose capital was Camalodunum (Colchester). They submitted to Caesar when he landed in Britain, but revolted against the Romans in the reign of Nero. (Caes. Gal. 5.20; Tac. Ann. 14.31.)

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