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Lucte'rius

the Cadurcan, described by Caesar as a man of the greatest daring, was sent into the country of the Ruteni, by Vercingetorix, on the breaking out of the great Gallic insurrection in B. C. 52. Lucterius met with great success, collected a large force, and was on the point of invading the Roman province in Gaul, in the direction of Narbo, when the arrival of Caesar obliged him to retire. In the following year Lucterius again formed the design of invading the Roman province along with Drappes, the Senonian, but was defeated by the Roman legate C. Caninius Rebilus, not far from Uxellodunum. (Caes. Gal. 7.5, 7, 8; 8.30-35.)

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