List of ancient Italic peoples
This list of ancient Italic peoples includes names of Indo-European peoples speaking Italic languages or otherwise considered Italic in sources from the late early 1st millennium BC to the early 1st millennium AD.
The first Italic tribes to enter the Italian peninsula, moved across the eastern Alpine passes into the plain of the Po River about 1800 BC . Later they crossed the Apennines and eventually occupied the region of Latium, which included Rome. Before 1000 BC related tribes followed, which later divided into various groups and gradually moved to central and southern Italy.
- Latins (Latini)
- Albani (in Alba Longa land)
- Antemnates (in Antemnae) (sometimes regarded as Sabines)
- Caeninenses (in Caenina)
- Camerini (in Cameria land)
- Crustumini (in Crustumerium land)
- Lanivii (in Lanivium land)
- Praenestini (in Praeneste land)
- Romans (Romani) (originally in Rome and Ager Romanus, Roman land, later throughout the Roman Empire)
- Satrici (in Satricum land, originally it was a Latin land before being taken by the Volsci)
- Osco-Umbrians, also called Sabellians:
- Veneti? (Transitional people between Celts and Italics? Celticized Italic people? Para-Celtic people?)
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