Nervii Authority in Tribe from to .
The Nervii were one of the most powerful Celtic tribes living in northern Gaul at the time of its conquest by Rome.

Their territory corresponds to the central part of modern Belgium, including Brussels, and stretched southwards into French Hainault. During their 1st century BC Roman military campaign, Caesar's contacts among the Remi stated that the Nervii were the most warlike of the Belgae. In times of war, they were known to trek long distances to take part in battles.

Archaeologists have sought to define the territories of the northern Belgic tribes by looking at the coins they used. The Nervii are associated with a stater type that uses a Greek epsilon.
(1) Nervii
An AE Potin struck 100-50 B.C. in Belgica
Obverse: Symmetrical design with eight 'leaves'.

Reverse: Horse right with three pellets and crescent above.

Diameter: 20.5 mm
Die Orientation: 4 H
Weight: 4.03 g

Added onto the Wildwinds site.

D&T 629; LT 8620; Depeyrot, NC VII, 8.