The Timachi were a Thracian tribe in living by present-day Timok, Serbia, then part of Moesia Inferior (87 AD). It[clarification needed] may have been an artificial creation by the Romans. In the 1st century before Claudius conquest of Thrace, Pliny the Elder lists them as one of the Moesian tribes alongside Dardanians, Celegeri, Triballi and Moesi.
They have received or given their name to the Timok region (TIMACUS).
- Landscapes of change by Neil Christie, page 226
- Pannonia and Upper Moesia by András Mócsy
- Alan K. Bowman, Edward Champlin, Andrew Lintott, The Augustan Empire, 43 B.C.-A.D. 69, Cambridge University Press, 1996
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