a Gaul, one of the first men in the city of the Treviri (Trèues, Trier
He attached himself to the Romans, though son-in-law to Indutiomarus, the head of the independent party. When this leader had been put to death by order of Caesar, he was promoted to be chief of his native city. (Caes. Gal. 5.3
.) Caesar (Caes. Gal. 5.22
) mentions another Cingetorix, a chief of the Kentish Britons.