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For the village in Iran, see Diduni, Iran.

The Diduni or Dunii were a Germanic tribe mentioned only by the 2nd century geographer Claudius Ptolemy. They apparently dwelt near the Asciburgius mountains in what is now central and southern Poland. According to Ptolemy, they were part of the larger tribal group, the Lugii. The Diduni are may be connected to the town of Iugidunum, which Ptolemy places in the same area as he places the tribe.

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