Quadi

(from the article `Czechoslovak region, history of`) The earliest known inhabitants of Moravia were the Boii and the Cotini, another Celtic tribe. These were succeeded about 15–10 by the Germanic ... ...along the Danube was precariously maintained, under Augustus and later, by means of periodical alliances with Maroboduus and his ...
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Quadi

The Quadi were a Teutonic tribe who lived on the Danube between the Carpathian Mountains and Theiss. They waged war against the Romans and disappeared in the 5th century after moving west with the Suevi.
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Quadi

The Quadi were a smaller Germanic tribe, about which little is definitively known. We only know the Germanic tribe the Romans called the `Quadi` through reports of the Romans themselves. No pottery style or other remains of material culture serve to distinguish Quadi encampments from those of closely related groups. ==1st century BC/AD== In the .....
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