Atrebates Authority in Tribe from 57 BC to 40 AD.
The Atrebates were a Belgic tribe of Gaul and Britain before the Roman conquests. In Britain, their territory comprised modern Hampshire, West Sussex and Berkshire.

After being defeated by Caesar in the Gallic Wars, he appointed a local noble King and the Atrebates were from then on recognized as a client kingdom of Rome.

Coins struck by the Atrebates in both Britain and Gaul feature the names of these client kings; Commius, Tincomarus, Eppillus and Verica. After the Roman conquest of Britain, part of the Atrebates' lands were organized into the pro-Roman kingdom of the Regnenses under Tiberius Claudius Cogidubnus, who may have been Verica's son.
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