[German version] Coastal people in Gallia Belgica in modern Picardy, main town was Samarobriva; participated in the Gallic coalitions against Caesar of 57 and 52 BC, were finally subjugated in 51 BC (Caes. B Gall. 2,4,9; 7,75,1-3; 8,7,3-4). Their settlement areas between the Bellovaci in the south and Morini in the north (Ptol. 2,9,4) encompassed the Somme basin, bordered in the north by the Canche, in the north-east and south-east by the Somme watershed; the Catuslougi  documented on the southern border, the Bresle valley, were considered as
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1 AE, 1982, 716. D. Bayard, J.-L. Massy, Amiens romain. Samarobriva Ambianorum, 1983.