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The Caletes or Caleti (Latin: Calētēs or Calētī) were a Gaulish or a Belgic tribe of present-day Normandy. They occupied a section of the coast, between the Sequana and the Phrudis rivers.[1]

Harfleur (Caracotinum) was their principal port.

This map of Northern Gaul shows the exact position of the Caletes on the southern shore of the English Channel: [1]