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Gaius Julius Civilis led a revolt by which tribe,of which he was a hereditary prince, against the Roman Empire in 69 CE?

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Gaius Julius Civilis led a revolt by which tribe,of which he was a hereditary prince, against the Roman Empire in 69 CE?
posted Jul 18, 2019 by Dilbagh

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Batavi
The revolt of the Batavi, a small but powerful Germanic tribe that inhabited the delta of the river Rhine, took place in the Roman province of Germania Inferior. The revolt was joined Celtic tribes from Gallia Belgica and other Germanic tribes, but the allied forces were defeated in 70 CE. The famous Rembrandt painting, "The Conspiracy of Claudius Civilis", depicts the taking of the oath which accelerated the revolt.

answer Jul 26, 2019 by Pratiksha Shetty
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