Bagaudae

In the later Roman Empire, bagaudae (also spelled bacaudae) were groups of peasant insurgents who arose during the Crisis of the Third Century, and persisted until the very end of the western Empire, particularly in the less-Romanised areas of Gallia and Hispania, where they were `exposed to the depredations of the late Roman state, and the great....
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Bagaudae

(from the article `ancient Rome`) ...defensive wars whose success demonstrated the regime`s efficiency. Constantius put down Carausius` attempted usurpation and fought the Alemanni ...
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