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Catamantaloedes (or Catamantaledes) was the ruler of the Sequani of eastern Gaul in the early to mid-1st century BC, and was recognised as a "friend" by the Roman Senate. His son, Casticus, was later part of Orgetorix's conspiracy ca. 60 BC.