The Helvetii, coveting the fertile land that lay beside theirs, decided to attempt its conquest.
The remotest town of the Allobroges, on the side of the Helvetii, was Geneva.
The bank being of small elevation, the Helvetii might have landed there.
The Ambrones were a tribe of the Helvetii, and more than once joined with the Cimbri.
Among the Gauls the Helvetii surpass the rest in valour, as they constantly contend in battle with the Germans.
These were the Helvetii, whose emigration is mentioned in Cæs.
The Helvetii had taken this natural period; Csar has referred it to the Roman calendar.
His integrity had been seen throughout his whole life, his good fortune in the war with the Helvetii.
As to the Helvetii, proud of their independence, they acknowledged no authority superior to their own.
The Helvetii persisted, nevertheless, in their project of emigration.