Ampsivarii, deutsches Volk an der Niederems, wurden 59 v. Chr. von den Chauken vertrieben und gingen (nach Tacitus) auf ihren Irrfahrten unter. Unter Julian erscheinen jedoch wieder Ampsivarier als ein Theil der ripuarischen Franken.

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