Elusates

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Aquitani tribes at both sides of the Pyrenees.
Coins of the Elusates 5th-1st century BCE.

The Elusates were an Aquitani pre-Roman tribe settled in what today is southwestern France, in the northeast of the Aquitaine territory, around the city of Elusa, which is present-day Éauze, in the French department of Gers.[1] They were subdued by Publius Crassus, legatus of Caesar in 56 BCE.[1]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b Dictionary of Greek and Roman geography Sir William Smith p.822 [1]

See also[edit]