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According to Strabo, the Artabri (or Arrotrebae)[1] were an ancient Gallaecian Celtic tribe,[2] living in the extreme north-west of modern Galicia, about Cape Nerium (Finisterre), in the later counties of A Coruña or Ferrol. Strabo reports several seaports among the Artabri. Ptolemy[3] places them among Galaeci Lucenses and gives their capital town as Lucus Augusti (now Lugo).

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  1. ^ The common name to Strabo: Sir William Smith, Dictionary of Greek and Roman Geography, vol. I, s.v. "Artabri".
  2. ^ Strabo, iii.153, Pomponius Mela, iii.1.9. (Smith)
  3. ^ Ptolemy, ii.6.22.

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