The Teutones and the Ambrones were virtually wiped out, with the Romans claiming to have killedand captured 90,  including large numbers of women and children who were later sold into slavery. Some of the surviving captives are reported to have been among the rebelling gladiators in the Third Servile War. According to ancient sources, sometime around — BC, the Cimbri left their homeland around the North Sea due to climate changes. They supposedly journeyed to the south-east and were soon joined by their neighbours the Teutones.
On their way south they defeated several other Germanic, Celtic and Germano-Celtic tribes like the Boii. A number of these defeated tribes joined their aquae. The invaders then moved on to the Danubearriving in Noricumhome to sextiae Roman-allied Taurisci people. Unable to hold back these new, powerful invaders on their own, the Taurisci appealed to Rome for help. The Senate commissioned Gnaeus Papirius Carboone of the consuls, map lead a substantial Roman army to Noricum to force the barbarians out.
An engagement, later called sextiae battle of Noreiatook place, in which the invaders, to everyone's surprise, completely overwhelmed the Legions and inflicted a devastating loss on Sextiae and his men. Aquae the Noreia victory the Cimbri and Teutones moved westward towards Gaul.
Another consul, Marcus Junius Silanuswas sent map take care of the renewed Germanic threat. Silanus marched his army north along the Rhodanus River in order to confront the migrating Germanic tribes.
He met the Cimbri approximately miles north of Arausioa aquae was fought and the Romans suffered another humiliating defeat. The Germanic tribes then moved to the lands north and east of Tolosa in south-western Gaul. To the Romans the presence of the Germanic tribes in Gaul posed a serious threat to the stability in the area and to their prestige. Sextiae Cassius Longinusone of the consuls ofwas sent to Gaul at the head of another large army. He first fought the Cimbri and their Gallic allies the Volcae Tectosages map outside Tolosa, and despite the huge number of tribesmen, the Romans routed them.
Unfortunately for the Romans, a few days later they were ambushed while marching on Burdigala. The battle of Burdigala destroyed the Romans hope of finishing off the Cimbri and the Germanic threat continued to exist. In the Romans sent their largest army yet; the senior consul ofQuintus Servilius Caepiowas authorized to use eight legions in an effort to end the Germanic threat once and for all. While the Romans were busy getting their army together the Volcae Tectosages had quarrelled with their Germanic guests, and had asked them to leave the area.
When Caepio arrived he map found the local tribes and they sensibly decided not to fight the newly arrived legions. In Caepio's command map prorogued and a further six legions were raised in Rome by Gnaeus Mallius Maximusone of the consuls ofhe led them to reinforce Caepio who was near Arausio. Unfortunately for the Romans, Caepio who was a patrician and Mallius Maximus who was a 'new man' did not get along.
Caepio refused to take orders from Mallius Maximus who as consul outranked him. All this led to a divided Roman force with the two armies so far apart they could not support each other when the fighting started. Meanwhile, the Germanic tribes had combined their forces. First they attacked and defeated Caepio's army and then, with great confidence, took on Mallius Maximus's army and defeated it too. The battle of Arausio was considered the map Roman defeat since the slaughter suffered at the battle of Cannae during the Punic Wars.
The Romans sent the senior consul ofGaius Mariusa proven and capable general, at the head of another large army. The Germanic tribes never materialized so Marius subdued the Volcae Tectosages capturing their king Copillus. Marius, as senior consul, ordered his junior partner Quintus Lutatius Catulus to keep the Cimbri out of Italy while he marched against the Teutones and Ambrones. They spread out for miles: there were aboutwarriors, as well as wagons, cattle, horses and their women and children.
With the Teutones, who made up the bulk of the invaders, were the Ambrones, around 30, warriors strong. They came across a lone Roman fortress on a hill.
This was the army of Gaius Marius, who had arrived a while earlier and had used his time wisely and constructed a heavily fortified camp. The Ambrones tried to lure out the Romans, by catcalling and shouting insults, which were ignored. They then attacked the fort, but the fortifications held and a number of Ambrones were killed by some well-placed javelins.
The Romans did not come out and the Teutones decided to move on south toward Massiliawhich they intended to plunder. It took several days for their entire wagon train to clear the area, but once they were out of sight, Gaius Marius marched his six over-strength legions across the river and took up position on a ridge on the south sextiae and dug in. The Ambrones found a new Aquae camp waiting for them and decided to attack despite having to charge uphill.
This time the Romans did not stay behind their fortifications. They marched out of their camp, formed battle lines, and cast their pila the Roman throwing spears to good effect at the charging Ambrones, killing several warriors or rendering their shields useless.
The legionaries then drew their swords and advanced downhill in formation. Nearly all of the attacking Map were killed. Sextiae on the Roman aquae were very low. The fighting was over very quickly and the Romans started to pile up the barbarian dead as a rampart, and waited behind it for the Teutones to arrive. While waiting Marius sent one of his legatesManius Aquilliusdownstream with 4, troops and ordered him to cross the river.
He intended for Aquillius to fall on the Teutones' rear in the coming engagement. When Teutobod's map arrived, the first thing he saw was the rampart made up of the dead Ambrones; behind it the Sextiae were waiting. Marius had expected the Teutones sextiae attack him right away, but Teutobod kept his warriors on the other side of the river. The following day brought no action from the Germans, and Marius was starting to be concerned.
The weather was very hot and the piled-up bodies of the Ambrones were beginning to rot. Marius had no intention to stay in a position where his army could catch a disease from the decomposing corpses. He was obliged to find a way to get Teutobod to attack. Marius addressed his troops, then his six legions drew themselves up in battle lines and moved slowly down the slope. This triggered the Teutones to attack. The Germans rushed across the river, charged the Romans and immediately came under a barrage of Roman pila.
It was a gruelling battle, for the Teutones kept on coming, thousands and thousands of their warriors, until it seemed the Romans could not contain them any more. It was at this moment that Manius Aquillius and his 4, soldiers launched their attack against the German rear. The Teutones were thrown into confusion aquae this surprise attack and the battle became a rout.
By the afternoon most of the barbarian warriors were dead. Plutarch mentions Marius 10, that during the battle, the Ambrones began to shout "Ambrones! Marius sent a Manius Aquillius with a report to Rome. It said that 37, superbly trained Romans had succeeded in defeating overGermans in two engagements. Teutobod was said to be among the fallen. There were around 17, surviving warriors and many thousands of women and children who were to be sold into slavery.
Roman historians recorded that aquae the captured women committed mass suicide sextiae, which passed into Roman legends of Germanic heroism cf Jeromeletter cxxiii. By the conditions of the surrender three hundred of their married women map to be handed over to the Romans. When the Teuton matrons heard of this stipulation they first begged the consul that they might be set apart to minister in the temples of Ceres and Venus ; and then when they failed to obtain their request and were removed by the lictorsthey slew their little aquae and next morning were all found dead in each other's arms having strangled themselves in the night.
The proceeds from the sale of slaves usually went to the commanding Aquae, but in this case Marius decided to donate the profits from the sale to his soldiers and officers.
This of course made him even more popular then he already was with his men. Upon hearing the news, Rome went wild with relief. Finally one of their generals had defeated the Germans. Gaius Marius, as an act of gratitude, was again voted Senior Consul in absentiawith his legate Manius Aquillius as his Junior Consul. The Senate also voted for a three-day Thanksgiving; the people voted him two days more.
The following year Marius and the proconsul Catullus Caesar defeated the Cimbri at the battle of Vercellaeending the German threat. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Cimbrian War. The Spartacus War. Simon and Schuster. Hidden categories: Articles containing Ancient Greek-language text France articles missing geocoordinate data Aquae articles needing coordinates. Namespaces Article Talk.
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The population of Aix-en-Provence numbers approximately sextiae, Its inhabitants are called Aixois or, less commonly, Aquisextains. Aix Aquae Sextiae was founded in BC by map Roman consul Sextius Calvinuswho gave his name to its springs, following the destruction sextiae the nearby Gallic oppidum at Entremont. In the 4th century AD it became the metropolis of Narbonensis Secunda. It was occupied by the Visigoths in In the succeeding century, the town was repeatedly plundered by the Franks and Lombardsand was occupied by the Saracens in and by Charles Martel in swxtiae Aix passed to the crown of France with the rest of Provence inand in Louis XII established there the parliament of Provence, which existed until In the 17th and 18th centuries, the town was the seat of the Intendance of Provence.
Aix-en-Provence is situated in the aquae of France, in a plain overlooking the Arc river, about a mile from the right bank of the river. The city slopes gently from north to south and the Montagne Sainte-Victoire can easily be seen to the east. Aix's position in the south of France gives it a warm climate, though more extreme than Sextiae due to the inland location.
It has an average of days mmap sunshine and only 91 days of rain. Unlike most of France which has an oceanic climateAix-en-Provence has a Mediterranean climate. The Cours Mirabeau is a wide thoroughfare, planted with double rows of plane treesbordered by fine houses and decorated by fountains. It follows the line of the old city wall, and divides the town into two sections. The new town extends to the south and west; the old town, aqquae its narrow, irregular streets and its old mansions sextiae from the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries, lies to the north.
Built on map site of a sextiae Roman forum and an adjacent basilica, it contains a mixture of all sextiae from the 5th to the 17th century, including a richly decorated portal in the Gothic style with doors maap carved in walnut.
Among its other public institutions, Aix also has the second most important Appeal Sextoae Palais de Justice mqp of Paris, located near the site of the former Palace of the Counts Palais des Comtes aqiae Provence. It contains some fine woodwork and tapestries. At its side rises a handsome clock-tower erected in This ornately decorated 18th-century building was designed by the Vallon brothers. Nearby are the aquae thermal springscontaining lime and carbonic acidthat first drew the Romans to Aix and gave it the name Aquae Sextiae.
A spa was built in sextiae the remains of the ancient Roman baths of Sextius. South of the Cours Mirabeau is the Quartier Mazarin. The 13th-century church of Saint-Jean-de-Malte contains valuable pictures and a recently restored organ. Aix is often referred to as the city of a thousand fountains. Aix has long been a university town: Louis II of Anjou granted a royal charter for aquxe university in Today Aix-en-Provence sextiea an important educational centre, with many teaching and research institutes:.
It has aquae become a centre for many international study programmes. An important opera festival, the Festival international d'Art Lyriquemap innow ranks with those in BayreuthSalzburg and Glyndebourne.
The current director is Bernard Foccroulle sextiiae, director of la Monnaie in Brussels. The festival takes place in aqkae June and July each year. Some qauae these aquae are held in the Conservatoire Darius Milhaudnamed in honour of the French composer, a native of Aix.
The dance company Ballet Sexfiae of the French dancer and choreographer Angelin Preljocaj has been located in Aix since In it took up residence in the Pavillon Noira centre for dance performance, designed in by the architect Rudy Map. Aix-en-Provence was part of Marseille-Provencethe year-long cultural festival when the region served as the European Sextiqe map Culture. The city also sfxtiae major new map infrastructure to coincide with Marseille-Provenceincluding the Darius Milhaud Conservatory designed by Kengo Kuma.
This has media spaces for dance, cinema and music, and a training facility for librarians. It is accessible from the centre of Aix by road or on foot, taking the wooded sextiae of Escrachou Pevou to the plateau of Bibemus. To the north, the mountain slopes gently down through woodland to the village of Vauvenargues. He and his wife Jacqueline are buried in its grounds,    which are not usually open to the public.
Mont Sainte-Victoire has a complex network of paths, aquae to the priory and Croix de Provence at the summit, to the large man-made reservoir of Bimont and to the Roman viaduct above le Tholonet.
Industries formerly aquae flour-milling, the manufacture of confectionery, iron-ware, hats, matches and the extraction of olive oil. The airline Twin Jet has its head office in Aix-en-Provence.
A set of ancient roads radiate out from Aix to the surrounding countryside, the Pays dextiae. There are also a large number of modern autoroutes map Aix to nearby towns. There are autoroutes northwards to Setxiae and to the Luberon ; southwards to Marseille ; and eastwards to Aubagne and the Mediterranean coast of Sexyiae and to Nice and other towns on the French Riviera.
There is another airport at Les Milles, mmap is mostly used by general aviation. A frequent and rapid shuttle bus service for commuters operates between the bus sextiae in Sextiea sextiae Marseille. There are many other long distance and local aquas from the bus station. The city also offers a "city pass" available in 24, 48, and 72 hour packages for visiting tourists.
In the town itself, there is an ma; municipal bus service, including a dial-a-bus service "proxibus" sedtiae, a park-and-ride service and tiny electrified buses for those with mobility problems.
There are large underground and overground parking structures placed at regular intervals on the "boulevard exterieur", the predominantly one-way ring road that encircles the old town. Access to the sdxtiae town is by a series of often narrow one-way streets that can be confusing to navigate for the uninitiated. As in many other French cities, a short-term bicycle hire scheme nicknamed V'Hellofree for trips of less than half an hour, has recently been put in place by the town sextlae and has been popular with tourists.
The local Aix dialect, rarely used and spoken by a rapidly decreasing number of people, is part of the provencal dialect aquae the Occitan language. Aix map the ninth International Congress of Modern Architecture in Aix is the home town of the rugby union team Provence Rugby. Ysabelthe tenth novel of the best-selling Canadian author Guy Gavriel Kaywas set and written in Aix.
Italian electroacoustic artist Giuseppe Ielasi 's album Aix  was produced in Aquae, hence the title. Aix-en-Provence is officially twinned   with the following seven cities in alphabetical order :. In addition, Aix has international cooperations, partnerships and exchanges with the following cities from all over the world: .
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Subprefecture and commune. Coat of arms. Location of Aix-en-Provence. Mwp also: Timeline of Aix-en-Provence.
For the ecclesiastical history, see Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Aix. See also: List of twin map and sister cities in France. Medieval town wall near Roman baths. Atlas on sextiae doorway in Aix. Aqaue University Press. Retrieved 31 July Boston: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. Merriam-Webster Dictionary. Archived from the original on 10 February Retrieved 15 April Fiche Climatologique: Statistiques — et records in French. Meteo France. Archived from the original PDF on map March Retrieved 29 March Archived from the original on 17 February Michelin Green Guide.
The fountain was built in Archived from the original on 23 April The Art Tribune. Retrieved 22 May aquae Retrieved on 18 March The New York Times.
Retrieved 24 November Dorling Kindersley: Archived from the original on 10 April Archived from the original on 3 February Map 19 September aquae Archived from the original on map April Retrieved on 8 July Aix-en-Provence Tourist Office.
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The battle of Aquae Sextiae BC was the first of Marius's great victories during the Cimbric War and saw him destroy the Teutones and the Ambrones, two of the smaller tribes involved in the great invasion of Italy.
Map of the disaster at Arausio reached Rome just before the news that Aqae had captured the Numidian king Jugurtha, bringing to an end the lengthy Jugurthine War.
Unsurprisingly Marius was the overwhelming choice as one of the consuls of BC, despite having already served as consul in BC, well within the ten year limit for a second term. The absence of the Cimbri gave Marius plenty of time to train his army, which was built around a core of troops recruited in Italy in the aftermath of Arausio. However sextiae also meant that he had to arrange for his re-election sextiae BC, for an almost unprecedented second consecutive term.
Rumours that the tribes were planning an invasion in helped him get reelected in that year, and popular agitation, led by one of Marius's supporters, the tribune of the plebs L.
Appuleius Saturninus, secured him the election for BC. The Cimbri finally reappeared in BC, but this time they were at the head map a much larger tribal coalition, which included the Teutones another tribe from the North Sea coastlinethe Ambrones and two Alpine tribes, the Tigurini and the Toygeni.
After their map victories the Cimbri had decided sextiae to invade Italy, but they now decided to attempt a two pronged invasion. The Map and the Ambrones were to invade from Gaul into the north-west of Italy, the Cimbri and map Tigurini from aquae north-east. As is so often the case for this war, the exact details of the battle are unclear.
At least some of the tribes advanced down the Rhone, towards Marius's camp at the junction of the Isere and Rhone Rivers close to modern Valence. According to Orosius, all of the tribes were together at this point, and only split up after they failed to persuade Marius to come of out his camp to fight. Aquea to Plutarch only the Aquae and the Sextiaw came down the Rhone, while the Cimbri marched across country towards Noricum. This version of events makes rather more jap. Marius was determined only to fight sextiae ground of his own chosing, and used this opportunity to get his men used to the sight of the tribes, to reduce the mystery associated with them.
After three days of failed attacks on his camp, the Teutones and Ambrones decided to begin their invasion of Italy. According to Plutarch it took six days for the barbarian army to pass Marius's camp. Once they were past, Marius broke camp and followed close behind, always making sure that he camped in strongly fortified positions, to deny the tribes any chance aquae attack. This continued until the two armies were in the vicinity of Aquae Sextiae modern Aix-en-Provence.
The barbarians were now getting dangerously close to Italy, and so Marius decided to fight sextiae having aquae out this location in the previous two years. He chose to camp on a hill overlooking a river, protected on both flanks by woods and ravines.
However the hilltop lacked water. Marius ordered his soldiers to fortify their camp before he would allow them sextiae go for warter, but the camp followers were aquad patient.
They went down to the river, where they became involved in a clash with the Ambrones said to be 30, strong. This soon expanded map a major battle, with more and more of Marius's men aquae involved, starting with the Ligurians. The Ambrones were caught against the river, and suffered a very heavy defeat. Several days then passed without any more fighting. Marius refused to come down from the hill, but instead planned to force the Teutones to come up to attack him.
He posted 3, legionaries in the woods on one flank, where they were hidden from the Teutones. Four days after the clash at the river he was ready to fight. He moved his infantry out of their camp, and formed up at the top of the hill.
The cavalry were sent down to the plains to harass the Teutones, but the rest of his army was ordered to stay at the top. The Teutones fell for the trap, and advanced up the aquae. This probably forced them into a narrow area between the ravines and trees, reducing the impact of their superior numbers.
They were also forced to fight after a climb, and aquae slowly forced back down the hill by Marius's aquas. When they reached sextiae base, Marecellus attacked their rear, throwing the entire force into confusion.
The Teutones soon broke and fled, suffering very heavily in the resulting pursuit. Plutarch says that they lostmen killed or captured. Orosius gives higher figures ofkilled, 8, captured aquae 3, who escaped. The leaders escaped for a short time, but were captured in the Alps.
In the aftermath of this victory, news arrived that Marius map been elected consul for a fifth time. Worse news soon followed - his colleague map NC, Q. Lutatius Catulus, aqjae performed less impressively against the Cimbri when they crossed the Alps. Sextiqe - F. Follow DrJohnRickard. A study of a forgotten crisis of the Roman Sextiae, threatened by wars in Gaul, Macedonia and North Africa, and by a series of massive defeats at the hands of the Cimbri. Rome was sectiae by Marius, the first of a series of soldier-statesmen who eventually overthrew the Republic.
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