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Definition of Teutones

Teutones
Teuton Teu"ton, n.; pl. E. Teutons, L. Teutones. [L. Teutones, Teutoni, the name of a Germanic people, probably akin to E. Dutch. Cf. Dutch.] 1. One of an ancient German tribe; later, a name applied to any member of the Germanic race in Europe; now used to designate a German, Dutchman, Scandinavian, etc., in distinction from a Celt or one of a Latin race. 2. A member of the Teutonic branch of the Indo-European, or Aryan, family.

Meaning of Teutones from wikipedia

- for the Teutones. It has been suggested that their name is Celtic, though this is controversial. Certain ancient writers cl****ify the Teutones as Celts...
- camped separately from the Teutones. The Ambrones were defeated with heavy losses and fled to their Teutonic allies. The Teutones halted their trek south...
- for glory – made it impossible for them to cooperate. The Cimbri and the Teutones (both migrating Germanic tribes) appeared on the Rhône, and while Caepio...
- Arausio), the Romans under Gaius Marius finally defeated the Teutones and Ambrones. The Teutones and the Ambrones were virtually wiped out, with the Romans...
- the Cimbri and the Teutons (Teutones). It ended in defeat, and near disaster, for the Romans. The Cimbri and Teutones left their home lands around the...
- Jutland, but Celtic influences have also been suggested. Together with the Teutones and the Ambrones, they fought the Roman Republic between 113 and 101 BC...
- time, Marius took credit for this feat. In 104 BC, the Cimbri and the Teutones, two Germanic tribes who had bested the Roman legions on several occasions...
- pivotal role during the Battle of Aquae ****tiae where he surprised the Teutones by attacking them from behind. As consul he crushed a slave revolt in Sicily...
- emigrate to the lands of the south. A Roman source reports that "The Cimbri, Teutones and Tigurini, fugitives from the extreme parts of Gaul, since the Ocean...
- large migrating Germanic-Celtic alliance headed by the Cimbri and the Teutones entered the Roman sphere of influence. They invaded Nori**** (located in...
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