Vindelici Authority in Federation from 5th Century BC to 15 BC.
The Vindelici were a Celtic people in antiquity consisting of several tribes. Their territory was known to the Romans as Vindelicia. Together with the neighbouring tribes, the Vindelici were subjugated by Tiberius in 15 BC.

Little of the language of the Vindelici has survived, although place names suggest that they most probably spoke a variety of Gaulish, like the neighbouring Boii and Norici. One possible etymology of "Vindelici" is the Celtic prefix *windo-, cognate to Irish find- 'white'. The name of the Vindelician town of Cambodunum (today Kempten) is apparently derived from the Celtic cambo dunon: "fortified place at the river bend".

Their chief town is assumed to have been the oppidum at Manching before the Romans; after the Roman conquest, the tribe's capital was moved to Augusta Vindelicorum ("Augusta of the Vindelici", modern Augsburg).
An AR Quinarius struck c. 50 BC in Raetia
Obverse: stylized head with strands left (precursor of the Büschelquinar type)

Reverse: horse left; pellet above

Diameter: 14 mm
Die Orientation: -
Weight: 1.74 g

Vindelici lived in the area of today's Switzerland, southern Germany and western Austria.

Kellner, Gruppe A, CCCBM II 215-216. SLM 1105