Sugambri

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Sugambri

 

(also Sigambri), a Germanic tribe that inhabited the right bank of the Middle Rhine in the first century B.C. In 8 B.C., the Romans forcibly resettled some of the Sugambri on the left bank of the Rhine.

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Also as towchyng the begynnyng of the Frenchmen the comyn opinion amonge them is it that they were furst callid Sicambri and that they shuld discend of Ector of Troy that is to sey of Francus or Francion son of Ector which after the distruccion of Troy cam in to gallia .