Arverni Authority in Tribe from Before 3rd Century BC to After 6th Century AD.
The Arverni were a Celtic tribe, which was located in what is today the French Auvergne region, which derives its name from the Arverni.

As one of the most powerful tribes in ancient Gaul, the Arverni opposed the Romans on several occasions. One of their most important stronghold was Gergovia, near the present-day commune of Clermont-Ferrand.

In the aftermath of the Gallic Wars the Arverni soldiers were pardoned and its senate was restored to power. The Arverni and the majority of other Gaulish states were pulled into the Roman political hemisphere but retained full rights and home rule.
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