Cauci


Cauci
L'Irlande selon Ptolémée et ses peuples celtes.

Peuple celte d'Irlande. Comté de Kildare. Ils sont cités par Ptolémée.

Selon certains[Qui ?], les Cauci seraient issus des Chauques, peuplade germanique ayant migré en Irlande à une époque non déterminée.[réf. nécessaire]

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