Bebryces
The Bebryces were a tribe of people who lived in Bithynia. According to Strabo they were one of the many Thracian tribes that had crossed from Europe into Asia.According to legend they were defeated ...
Beni (Thracian tribe)
Beni is the name of a Thracian tribe.
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Corpili
Korpiloi (Greek: Κορπίλοι) or Corpili is the name of a Thracian tribe that was located below the Brenae.
Brenae
Brenae (Greek: Βρέναι) is the name of a Thracian tribe that was located above the Corpili.
Bessi
The Bessi (/ˈbɛsaɪ/; Ancient Greek: Βῆσσοι or Βέσσοι) were an independent Thracian tribe who lived in a territory ranging from Moesia to Mount Rhodope in southern Thrace, but are often mentioned ...
Bistones
Bistones (Greek: "Βίστονες") is the name of a Thracian people who dwelt between Mount Rhodopé and the Aegean Sea, beside Lake Bistonis, near Abdera. From the worship of Dionysus in Thrace, female ...
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Sithones
Sithones (Greek: Σίθωνες) is the name of a Thracian tribe.
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Sycaeboae
Sycaeboae (Greek: "Συκαιβόαι") is the name of a Thracian tribe, which was mentioned by Polyaenus.
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Bisaltae
The Bisaltae (Greek: Βισάλται) were a Thracian people on the lower Strymon river, who gave their name to Bisaltia, the district between Amphipolis and Heraclea Sintica (the modern village of Rupit...
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Dolonci
Dolonci or Dolonki (Greek: Δόλογκοι) is the name of a Thracian tribe in Thracian Chersonese. They are mentioned by Herodotus.
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Mygdonia
Mygdonia (/mɪɡˈdoʊniə/; Greek: Μυγδονία / Μygdonia) was an ancient territory, part of Ancient Thrace, later conquered by Macedon, which comprised the plains around Therma (Thessalonica) together w...
Maedi
The Maedi (also Maidans, Maedans, or Medi), (Ancient Greek Μαῖδοι) were a Thracian or Illyrian tribe, which in historic times, occupied the area between Paionia and Thrace, on the southwestern fringes...
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Scyrmiadae
Scyrmiadae (Greek: Σκυρμιάδαι) is the name of a Thracian tribe. They are mentioned by Herodotus.
Apsinthii
Apsinthii (Greek: Ἀψίνθιοι) is the name of a Thracian tribe mentioned by Herodotus.
Maduateni
Maduateni is the name of a Thracian tribe. They are mentioned by Livy.
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Digeri
Digeri (Greek: "Δίγηροι", Latin: Digerri) is the name of a Thracian tribe mentioned by Pliny the Elder and Polybius.
Decree of Philippi
A Royal Decree of Alexander the Great, as an arbitration on a land dispute between the city of Philippi and local Thracians (presumably of the Edonian tribes), was discovered in a Byzantine basilica a...
Sintians
The Sintians (/ˈsɪntiənz/; Greek: Σίντιες), "the Raiders, the Plunderers", from Ancient Greek sinteis, "destructive") were known to the Greeks as pirates and raiders; they are also referred to as a T...
Krobyzoi
Krobyzoi (Greek: "Κρόβυζοι") is the name of a Thracian, Getae or Dacian tribe.
Laeaeans
The Laeaeans (/liːˈiːənz/; Ancient Greek: Λαιαῖοι) were a Paeonian tribe who in the 4th century BC lived adjacent to the Agrianes, another Paeonian tribe, along the upper course of the Strymon ri...
Trausi
The Trausi (Greek: "Τράυσοι") (Herod., Trausoi) or Thrausi (Liv.) were a Thracian tribe who inhabited the southwestern region of the Rhodopes. Herodotus writes of the Trausi:The ethnonym Trausi (T...
Satrae
The Satrae (Greek: "Σάτραι") were, in ancient geography, a Thracian people, inhabiting part of Mount Pangaeus between the rivers Nestus (Mesta) and Strymon (Struma). According to Herodotus, they w...
Cebrenii
Cebrenii (Greek: Κεβρήνιοι) is the name of a Thracian tribe, they are mentioned by Polyaenus and Strabo.