, or Eth. Λικάττιοι
), a tribe of the Vindelici, dwelling on the banks of the, river Licias or Licus, from which they derived their name. (Ptol. 2.13.1
.) Strabo (iv. p.206
) mentions them among the most audacious of the Vindelician tribes. Pliny (3.24
), who calls them Licates, enumerates them among the Alpine tribes subdued by Augustus.