The Elisyces (Greek: Ἐλισύκοι-ων, Latin: Elesyces, French: Élisyques) were a tribe that occupied the region of Narbonne and northern Roussillon in ancient times. According to various ancient sources, they could be of either Iberian or Ligurian origin, or represent their mixture.
The Elisyces seem to have been in contact with the peoples of the Mediterranean traders (Phoenicians, Greek) which they provided agricultural products and mineral resources from their territories or outlying areas and were routed to their commercial spaces (Pech Maho).
- Pech Maho aux VIe-Ve s. av. J.-C. Une place d'échange en territoire élisyque, Eric Gailledrat, Pierre Rouillard, Revue archéologique de Narbonnaise no 35, pàgs. 401-410, 2003. Suppléments ISSN 0153-9124. Association de la revue archéologique de Narbonnaise, Montpellier
- Museu d'arqueologia de Catalunya. La ruta dels ibers
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