List of ancient Italic peoples
Italic peoples are an Indo-European peoples ethnic-linguistic group who speak the Italic languages. They are sometimes considered Italic in sources from the late early 1st millennium BC to the early 1st millennium AD.
The first Italic tribes to enter the Italian peninsula, moved across the eastern Alpine passes into the plain of the Po River about 1800 BC. Later they crossed the Apennines and eventually occupied the region of Latium, which included Rome. Before 1000 BC related tribes followed, which later divided into various groups and gradually moved to central and southern Italy.
- Latino-Faliscans including:
- Osco-Umbrians or Sabellians including:
- Umbrians (ethnicity sabellians, language umbrian)
- Oscans (ethnicity sabellians, language oscan)
- Samnitics (ethnicity sabellians, language oscan)
- Other Sabellians (ethnicity sabellians, language oscan)
See also 
- List of Celtic tribes
- List of ancient Germanic peoples
- List of ancient Iranian peoples
- List of Ancient Greek tribes
- List of Rigvedic tribes
Further reading 
- Gianna G. Buti e Giacomo Devoto, Preistoria e storia delle regioni d'Italia, Sansoni Università, 1974
- Giacomo Devoto, Gli antichi Italici, 2a ed. Firenze, Vallecchi, 1951.
- Sabatino Moscati, Così nacque l'Italia: profili di popoli riscoperti, Società editrice internazionale, Torino 1998.
- Vittore Pisani, Lingue preromane d'Italia. Origini e fortune, 1978.
- Giovanni Pugliese Carratelli, Italia, omnium terrarum alumna, Officine grafiche Garzanti Milano, Garzanti-Schewiller, 1990
- Francisco Villar, Gli Indoeuropei e le origini dell'Europa, Bologna, Il Mulino, 1997. ISBN 88-15-05708-0