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Serrapilli were a Celtic[1] tribe that migrated to Upper Pannonia in Illyria. They together with the Serretes lived on both sides of the Drava.[2]

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  1. ^ Dictionary of Greek and Roman Geography (1854) William Smith, LLD, Ed., The following are the principal tribes noticed by the ancients in Pannonia ; some of them, it must be observed, are decidedly Celtic. In Upper Pannonia we meet with the AZALI, CYTNI, BOII, COLETIANI, OSERIATES, SERRETES, SERRAPILLI
  2. ^ Bostock, J.; Riley, H.T. (1855). The Natural History of Pliny 1. Henry G. Bohn. Retrieved 2015-04-03.