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Eth. LICATII or LICATTII (Eth. Λικάτιοι, 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.


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